Parisis Mansion is a three-storey stone house, just 50 meters of the village’s square, built in 1834 by a wealthy merchant who, after making his fortune in Italy, returned to his hometown bringing with him architectural elements unknown to the area. It was renovated with love and respect to the tradition and aesthetics in 1997 by its present owners. The Ministry of Culture has since declared it to be a protected building.

In 2003 the outbuilding of the Mansion was restored. There are housed the sitting room and the winter breakfast room on the ground-floor whereas on the first floor you can find two charming rooms.