This is the most Tuscan room of all. All of the wooden beams and Tuscan terracotta floors, entirely original, dating from the time of the building’s construction (late 1700s) have been preserved.
The window from this room looks out onto the medieval gardens and walls of the city. The plants and flowers that you see from the window could make you think you are deep in the Tuscan countryside, and yet we are in the historic centre, just a few metres from the central squares and the shops on the main street.
This room has a private bathroom with a roomy shower, toilet, bidet and washbasin.