Superior Rooms, derived as the other rooms from the cells of the monks, who stayed in the convent, are furnished with simplicity and refinement, pursuing the aim to maintain a basic furniture on the original style but using quality materials processed by Umbrian master craftsmen. These have built and restored with skill ceilings with wooden beams, terracotta floors, wrought iron beds, antique furniture inserted with elegance and naturalness in rooms with vaulted ceilings and stone walls dating back to 1200, one of room was made under the vault of the thirteenth–century Church. The refinement and attention to detail of the Superior rooms Father Serafino from Monteleone and Father Nicolò from Sellano, offer a sophisticated environment, but at the same time in perfect harmony with nature, lulled by the relaxing sound of water and birds chirping in background.


Room facilities
TV LED 22” flat screen TV, laptop safe, mini-bar, kettle, hairdryer, linen handmade, carries trolley suitcase made by local craftsman, headboards in wrought iron realized by local craftsman.

Each room of the old structure is named after a monk who was guardian of the convent from 1596 to 1877.

Superior room
Padre Serafino from Monteleone
Double room – 11 sq.m.
Vaulted ceiling
1200 A.D. Church wall
cloister view