A smaller apartment than the others finished to be renovated in 2020 , ideal to accommodate one or two people.
It is connected to the inner garden and has a beautiful private terrace enriched with many plants and flowers of the Mediterranean flora. We called it "nest house"-the nest house, meaning a refuge, a nest where you can seclude yourself and be quiet and maybe connected with the way through the wifi network, why not?
The beams are original late 19th century cherry wood and the Art Deco decorations underneath have been restored using the conservation method , the same was done for the paint on the walls, strictly natural lime base equal to the original color
The 'furniture is of contemporary European design that blends perfectly with the traditional architecture, rediscovering and redefining the spaces.
For the kitchen, bathroom, in our infinitesimal smallness, we wanted to reward Italian industrial excellence; the kitchen is by Scavolini of the Marche region and the bathroom and ceramic furnishings are by Catalano of Lazio.
The picture gallery is a developing collection of contemporary artworks by young or established artists living in the area.
Parking & facilities
Credit cards accepted, Children welcome, Pets not allowed, Smoking not allowed and Wheelchair inaccessible
Deck chairs and TV (Antenna)
Downtown and Village
Bathroom & laundry
Bed linen, Hair dryer, Essentials, Iron & Board, Shower, Towel-set, Washbasin and Washing machine
Heating & cooling
Internet & office
Kitchen & dining
Coffee machine, Cooking utensils, Kitchen stove, Kitchenette, Microwave, Refrigerator, Spices and Toaster
Fire Extinguisher and Security system
Credit cards accepted
Pets not allowed
Smoking not allowed
Check in: 04:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
Mi chiamo Maria Stuart, ho un cognome scozzese, ma sono toscana da circa 4 generazioni. Anch'io, come i miei avi, ho scelto di restare a vivere qui, in questo paese meraviglioso, lontano dalle grandi città, ma intriso di cultura italiana e un'atmosfera internazionale. Sono storica dell'arte, ciclista ed ecologista e credo che il turismo sia la forma più alta di civiltà e di convivenza civile.