The Palazzo

The Palazzo has been lovingly restored with painstaking attention to detail. The salotto, with its eighteenth century frescoes, comfortable furniture and terracotta floors, offers a cool respite from the sweltering midday sun. In addition, there is a large billiard room, complete with games and a library of English books. The loggia (a covered terrace) with its 70 feet in length provides a wonderfully cool vantage point for viewing the surrounding countryside through a series of arches.

The rooms are arranged on three floors with seven double bedrooms and six bathrooms.

An indoor sundial, labyrinthine ancient wine cellars, vast former kitchens and even a dungeon making for fascinating explorations and table tennis and a vast stock of games are perfect for entertaining the family and guests.

Accomodations

The rooms are arranged on three floors with seven double bedrooms and six bathrooms. Ten adults can be accommodated plus two children (under the age of 12 years old).

Indoor Living Areas

The salotto, with its eighteenth century frescoes, comfortable furniture and terracotta floors, a dining room, the giant billiard room, complete with games, and a library of English books.

Additional Rooms: Chapel, Entrance hall, Prayer room, Separate staff accommodation, Staff flat, Wine cellar.

Outdoor Living Areas

A covered terrace (the loggia), 70 feet long with eight arched views over the countryside, provides an alternative dining room alfresco as well. Alternatively outdoor areas are the entrance and the padiglione.