The tuscan apartment is dedicated to Ambrogio Bondone (1267-1337) Italian painter and architect, best known by the name of Giotto. First floor
The terrace is furnished with a table for 2 allowing for morning coffee or diner to be peacefully appreciated "al fresco".
The lounge, very spacious, has large bricked open arch and is furnished with a comfortable oak wood and cushioned sofa set, has an open fireplace and when used, Bio dynamically heats up the whole apartment (even the bedroom).
To one side of the lounge is a dining area furnished with a dark wooden dining table and chairs made from our own Cypress trees cut from our forest.
The high ceiling built from terracotta and wood, has been utilised by creating a wooden mezzanine furnished with a Roman "chaise long", a writing desk and chair, where you can sit back, relax and read a novel that you have kept for the occasion or simply enjoy the Tuscan decoration and centennial masonry work done by past monks who created Sant' Antonio. The wooden mezzanine looks down into the living room.
Off the living room into a smaller room is the kitchen, furnished with walnut wood and fully equipped with all pots and pans needed to create simple and delicate Tuscan dishes.
The bedroom is completely furnished with original 18th century furniture with an orthopaedic double bed mattress and all personal bed and shower linen made from the highest quality Egyptian cotton and Italian fabrics.
Leading from the bedroom into the 1st section of the bathroom stands an "old" style bathtub on legs, a double sink and through an arch to the 2nd part of the bathroom is the shower, toilet and bidet.
The apartment is also furnished with Satellite Television allowing you to be kept up to date with international events, sport and the stock exchange.
PLEASE NOTE: Important and strange question; the furniture in the bedroom is original 18th century, the head board and "feet" board of the bed is 190cm head to base. Therefore if either couple is taller than 185cm, we do not recommend the accommodation.