double room with French bed, intimate, welcoming and very quiet.
The coffered ceiling dates back to 1800, and the view overlooks the courtyard of the Palazzo il Magnifico.
Private bathroom with shower, complete bathroom set, hairdryer and complimentary toiletries.
Flat screen TV, wi-fi, heating, mini-fridge.
“The Cavalluccis were born in Siena around 1500 with the name of” Berriquocoli “, and were offered in the taverns to the drivers of the stagecoaches, the” cavallai “, who began to make great use of them. Maremma …. find out more
The Cavalluccis were born in Siena around 1500 with the name of “Berriquocoli”, and were offered in the taverns to the stagecoach drivers, the “cavallai”, who began to make great use of them. The tradition of the little horses then spread to the upper Maremma when Siena dominated this territory. Massa Marittima, which was already an important city, soon became the second largest producer in Tuscany. They are traditionally prepared during the Christmas holidays, and are accompanied by liqueur wines such as Vin Santo.