The manor, built in the mid nineteenth century, shoulders the medieval castle of the Lancellotti that dominates the old town center. The guest house, separated from the villa by a paved courtyard, gives onto a verdant garden shaded by tall trees. Beyond the garden and the rooftops there is a view across the valley towards the steep rise of a mountain range. Even though the residence is a stone’s throw from the central square, it is a realm of tranquility without any through traffic and the faint murmur from the piazza below is hardly audible over the birdsong. The outhouse is open plan with two separate sleeping areas in the mezzanine. Outside looking onto the garden, there is a patio ideal for enjoying your meals a plein air. A perfect retreat for alternating days of relaxation with busy sightseeing and cultural tours.