La Roccia is situated across the marble courtyard from Casa della Madonnina. It’s named after the massive boulder built into the kitchen that forms the foundation of the house. Downstairs, this traditional two-storey farmhouse has a large eat-in kitchen, which has chestnut cupboards, marble worktops and a dishwasher. The ceiling is original with chestnut beams and terracotta tiles. The kitchen also has an original, working fireplace.
On the ground floor there is also a double bedroom with an antique pine wardrobe and a separate shower room. There is a hairdryer, an iron and ironing board.
Up the wrought iron staircase, you’ll find a pretty, two zone sitting room with an open fireplace, a lovely double bedroom and a bathroom with a tub. Again, there are terracotta tiles and chestnut beams throughout.
The cottage overlooks the valley and has two private, outside terraces with deckchairs, a table and chairs for dining and a small barbeque.