The rooms and hallways have interior designs and pavements of hand-panted ceramics. This is what distinguishes all the residences built at the end of the 800’s along the costal cities of south .
“The Nun’s house” is where the gardeners used to lodge, in the times it was owned by Lord Stenbock. Later when the property was passed on to the “ Irish Papal College ”, it hosted the Irish nuns. This building lied in a dilapidated state until when the restoration works started , transforming it into an elegant hotel portion, composed of 14 double rooms.
The various colours of the majolica tiles and the pastel tones of the furnishing, create inside the rooms an intimate and cool atmosphere, typical of the ancient Mediterranean residences.