Original hand-forged wrought iron protects
the 27 wooden windows. The walls are cut from stone
of the region. The palace surrounds a central patio,
which looks up into the second floor and is defined by its
original stone and wood columns. A stone staircase elegantly
unites both floors. The original stone and pebble ground
floor have also been preserved.
The five guest rooms all have private bathrooms that include
a large tub and shower fed by refreshing spring water.
Four rooms are set upstairs, surround the patio and view our
six acre walled gardens and lawn. One suite is located
on the ground floor and is wheelchair-accessible.
Each upstairs room is a unique creation, dedicated to a different
art. The upstairs is finished with large common living
room and library. The library is warmed by an ancient
fireplace and features a large collection of books with an
emphasis on novels, art, travel and local themes.
Breakfast and dinner are served family-style downstairs in
a spacious dining room that features a nine-foot cedar table,
original paintings and European ceramics.
All common areas are decorated with antiques, local farming
tools, original paintings and typical clay jars. Our
gardens make a perfect companion for solitude or comfortable
conversations with some of the most interesting people in