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The four en-suite bedrooms, fully renovated, are equipped with all comforts including a brand new air conditioning and heating system.

Inspired by nature the decor of the bedrooms envelop guests in an atmosphere of warmth and relaxation: Parquet flooring, warm colors, beautiful panoramic views and rustic furnishings with a modern touch give our guest rooms and air of simplicity and well being combined with touch of luxury

Each room, bears the name of a spring flower ant its interpretation. Every flower has a secret and unspoken meaning and flowers have always been symbolic of our inmost feelings



Located on the first floor, this en-suite family room of 28 sqm, can accommodate up to 4 people and features : a double bed ( 170×190), an adjacent seating area containing 2 pouf beds ( 80×190) separated by a sliding door; parquet flooring, autonomous heating and air conditioning, bathroom with waterfall shower head,  breathtaking panoramic views.

The Red Poppies Suites is named after these wild flowers that in spring can be admired in all its vermillion brilliance covering the surrounding fields and viewed from the 5 windows

Curiosity about red POPPIES

The Poppy is one of the most widely used symbolic flower around the world: associated with beauty, magic, fertility and restful sleep. Ancient Greek, Egyptian, and Roman societies linked it with sleep due the sedative effect of the plant’s sap. The Greeks in particular linked it to sleep because of Morpheus, the God of sleep, represented with a bouquet of poppies in hand and sleeping in a cave of poppy seeds. The Victorians, gave the flower a variety of meanings based on the color, including consolation for loss, deep sleep, and extravagance. Chinese and Japanese flower experts recommend the Poppy for couples because it means a deep and passionate love between two people


Stylish and bright family room with un upper storey. Downstairs room with a double bed (160×190) and ensuite bathroom with shower The upper storey housing two single mattress beds ideal for kids, and bathroom with wc and wash basin. Parquet flooring, autonomous heating and air conditioning and velux window.

The room is inspired by the colorful primroses, especially those yellow and blue. These two colors blend in this room creating a balance between energy and knowledge represented by the yellow color and calm and relaxation, symbolized by the color of Blue.

The primrose is one of the earliest spring flowers coming from the Latin word “prima” which means “first”. In the language of flowers the meaning for primrose is “I can’t live without you” the sentiment of not being able to live without a partner that usually comes with young love.This is why the primrose also symbolizes youth

Curiosity about PRIMROSES

According to the legend, Saint Peter- heaven’s guardian- one day having a nap heard a noise of somebody trying to enter heaven from the back door. Still sleepy he went to check out what was going on, he dropped his bunch of keys. They fell to earth and miraculously took root and bloomed. It was spring time and those beautiful flowers were first to bloom in the season and were called primroses.

As legend says they bloomed from Saint Peter’s bunch of keys .


Twin bedroom  of 13.5 sqm located on the first floor, featuring 2 single beds (80×190 each), parquet flooring, autonomous air conditioning and heating system, en-suite bathroom with shower.

This room is inspired by daisies, these spontaneous wild flowers that mark the beginning of spring. There is an expression that spring hasn’t arrived until you’ve set foot on 12 daisies

In the language of flowers they represent purity and beauty.

Curiosity about DAISIES

The daisy was very popular in the medieval times, Knights would wear daisies as a symbol of their fidelity . The Victorians loved  daisies, it was once considered to be Queen Victorian’s favourite flower. In the Victorian Language of flowers it symbolised innocence and the sharing sentiments. In the 16th century France, there existed an ‘Order of the Daisy’. In Britain too, the daisy was associated with importance belonging and patriotism. Empire Day on the 24th of May was celebrated by many folk and it was said that school girls wore daisies on that day, this single compact flower symbolized a united empire. But in popular symbols the beautiful daisies have always been associated with love and marriage:, Everyone has heard “He loves me, he loves me not, he loves me, he loves me not” a single petals are pulled away form the daisies. The popularity of this verse has resulted in the daisy being named ‘love’s oracle.’ What a responsability for such a small and delicate flower



Located on the first floor, this room of 13,5 sqm, features parquet floors, autonomous heating and air conditioning system, en-suite bathroom with shower, panoramic view

It’s a romantic double bedroom (convertible into twin) named after the tiny little blue flowers – the forget-me-not – symbolizing true and undying love in the language of flowers.

Curiosity about FORGET-ME-NOT FLOWER

According to an ancient legend, a knight in armor was taking a stroll by a river with his future spouse . She noticed a beautiful  blue posy of flowers floating near the water’s edge and pleaded her loved one to get them for her but, as he reached out and clasped them he slept and falling into the river, the heavy armor pulled him down into the waters but not before throwing the flowers to her on the river bank crying out “Don’t forget me!” This beautiful flower came to be known as Forget-me-not, associated in the language of flowers with true love  and undying love