Cella del Beato Andrea – Blessed Andrea’s Room

The room looks out onto the cloister, multiplying the charms typical of an ancient dwelling. The single and spacious former friars’cell is equipped with a comfortable extra-large bed.

Cella di San Francesco – St. Francis’ Room

Opening into the room, above the door, you can admire the evocative fresco dedicated to St. Francis, dated around 1500 which was re-discovered during the restoration. This was presumably the room hosting the Friar Warden, that is the friar that used to keep the keys to all of the Convent’s rooms. The room is furnished with antiques and elegant furnishings.

Cella di San Francesco – St. Francis’ Room

Opening into the room, above the door, you can admire the evocative fresco dedicated to St. Francis, dated around 1500 which was re-discovered during the restoration. This was presumably the room hosting the Friar Warden, that is the friar that used to keep the keys to all of the Convent’s rooms. The room is furnished with antiques and elegant furnishings.

Cella dei Mestieri – Crafts Room

In this room you can admire part of a mysterious and beautiful sixteenth century drawing, discovered during the restoration. The windows overlook the ancient sundial carved into the cloister wall.

Cella del Frate Minore – Room of the Minor Friar

The room, styled in a simple and elegant way, overlooks the cloister and preserves the structure of the ancient monastic cells, which are located in the most ancient wing of the Convent. It is furnished with a comfortable queen-size bed.

Cella del Frate Minore – Room of the Minor Friar

The room, styled in a simple and elegant way, overlooks the cloister and preserves the structure of the ancient monastic cells, which are located in the most ancient wing of the Convent. It is furnished with a comfortable queen-size bed.