This room’s four-poster bed once belonged to the Abbess of a monastery (hence the room’s name) and is meant as a tribute to Stendhal’s ‘The Abbess Of Castro’. An early nineteenth century French oaken fireplace and an iron bathtub stand in front of the bed. The room, measuring roughly forty square metres, opens onto a balcony from where, across the bishop’s garden, the guests may enjoy the radiance of magical sunsets.
An important award!
The Abbess bathtube has been awarded as one of the 26 tubs most beautifull in the world according to the website The Venue Reporter
- Free internet access
- Exclusive ‘AQUA FLOR’ toiletry
- Personal hairdryer, bathrobe and slippers
- Daily house cleaning
- Continental breakfast
- Soft drinks
- Use of cinema and library with piano
- Fresh towels every day
- Fresh sheets every three days
- Credit card payment
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