Rooms & Suites

Colors characterize our rooms and suites. The different colors all have a soothing effect and were chosen to bring out a precise mood: sky blue to produce a feeling of quietness and harmony, green, the color of nature and life, which favors a calm and reflective state, the shades and tones of gold and yellow, that generates a good mood and a feeling of well-being, purple, color of mystery and magic, white, the sum of all colors. Carefully designed with particular attention paid to every detail, our rooms are all very bright: their windows face hills and forests, creating “natural paintings” with ever-changing shades and particulars depending on the season and the weather. Spacious and functional, they are enriched by antique furniture, handcrafted artifacts and drapery that are appropriate to this rural context. Each bathroom complements the style of its room: in all of them there is a shower or bathtub, with a whirlpool and chromo therapy, an essential accessory for an environment created for the tranquility and well-being of our guests.

Rooms & Suites are all doubles: the “Classic” rooms are available even as singles. They are all equipped with their own bathroom which has either a shower or a bathtub, wi-fi, adjustable air conditioning and heating, a mini bar, digital TV, a safe, a hairdryer, suitcase racks and courtesy products.

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The great bay window, looking out on to the oaks forest, characterizes the Artimisia room. The trees surround the large windows, so close that they seem part of the room,

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As the name suggests, Aurosia is a room of golden tones, with curtains in natural silk, furniture in wood and iron, and a valuable bed-head of Neapolitan origin.

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Blue and ivory are the dominant colors in the Lustezia room. It is very light, has a frescoed ceiling, a bed-head with antique parts in cast iron, and some very

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Five different tones of purple were used for the Dulasia room, a mysterious and magical room such as the color that distinguishes it. The floors are in ardesia stone with

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The Sicromazia suite seems suspended between the trees and the sky. Located in a restructured building that probably used to be a convent, it faces east

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The Pilisia room is ample and functional: it faces the backyard garden, with an entrance studied to accommodate people with reduced mobility.

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