exhibiting a style both essential and inviting, this room boasts a grand double bed adorned with a headboard fashioned from the redolent wood of cedar trees. the meticulously renovated bathroom, seamlessly connected to the room, features a generous shower, bidet, and toilet.
unfolding along a corridor, reminiscent of traditional abodes of yesteryears, this wing of the villa leads to the Arch Hall, once a barn in the farmhouse, now completely restored using locally sourced materials: Langa stone, terracotta flooring, and the majestic presence of exposed wooden ceiling beams. two expansive arched windows unveil a breathtaking 360-degree panorama of the hills, shrouded in woods and hazelnut groves, along with the tended garden. the inviting central sofa and commodious armchair, positioned beside the robust cast-iron stove and a curated library, form an idyllic setting for moments of literary indulgence, contemplation, and unwinding. along the Langa stone wall, the living area encompasses a substantial table with chairs and a kitchenette equipped with a kettle, espresso machine, and essential tools for crafting light meals or snacks. reserved exclusively for guests inhabiting this floor.
guests enjoy exclusive access to a private garden arranged with a dedicated BBQ area and a serene relaxation zone.