The simple elegance of the bedrooms mirrors the nature that surrounds the estate, sharing its quietness and its humble beauty. The walls of the abbey retain the memory and the energy of the monks’ prayers and every room has its own story and its own secrets.
Spacious, bright and luminous Junior Suites with relaxation area with armchairs and sofa (or large extra bed on request): the rooms have a beautiful view of the olive groves or the woods that surround the property.
Every room is decorated differently with design objects, handmade plates, vases, trunks and antiques that give every room a different flavour.
Several distinctive features make this room stand out.
One is the ancient beam that overlooks the room from the middle of the ceiling; the free-standing bathtub, which takes centre stage, is another. A single piece of furniture functions as both headboard and desk.
It faces the room’s two windows, giving guests an optimal view on the olive groves from both the bed and the two stools. Metal vases complement the furniture.
Very bright and elegant rooms with breath-taking view on the valley, the hills around Badia and the city of Arezzo.
The view can be appreciated from every part of room, even from the shower or from the walk-in closet.
The design of the furniture is linear and graceful. Handcrafted objects and antiques adorn these comfortable rooms.
Each Superior room is different from the other, reflecting the originality of this historical building.
The rooms feature handcrafted furniture, open-space wardrobes and carved stone sinks.
Design chairs and armchairs give guests a comfortable spot from where to admire the view of the olive groves or of the woods.
With its simple and luminous ambiance, it is perhaps the room that best reflects the way monks used to live.
Three windows let guests enjoy the view of the sprawling valley and of the Chianti hills from every corner of the room.
Handpicked metal vases and lamps complement the wooden furniture.
Charming Standard rooms located in the 17th century Farmhouse, just a few steps from the main building.
The artisan, handmade concrete floor and shower create a nice contrast between the ancient building and its contemporary design.