Il Ciliegio Sleeps: 2+1
Il Ciliegio apartment has a double bedroom with a vaulted ceiling – proof of the long past history of the building – a sitting room with a sofa bed and a mezzanine, a nice, fully equipped kitchen with a stone ceiling, a bathroom with a bathtub, and a terrace overlooking the valley, with a view on the hills and the sea. The refurbishment was aimed to preserve, so old slate and the original doors have been used. The furniture has all been handed down from the family, and this gives a distinctive and discreet elegant tone to the apartment. There are two entrances, the first from the main stairs, and the second allows access to the garden. Il Ciliegio apartment has in fact its own private garden where you can sunbathe or relax in the shade of a hundred-year-old olive tree.
Amenities: Wi-Fi, linen and towels (changed once a week), bathtub, double bed 160 x 200, bed on the mezzanine 130 x 200, sofa bed 140 x 190.60 m2 | planimetry
La Ginestra Sleeps: 4
The apartment La Ginestra has a big double bedroom, a room with two beds, a living room, a fully equipped kitchen, and a bathroom with shower. This was once where they would look out for Saracen raids that arrived from the sea – Its windows have an exceptional view on the gulf from Diano Marina to Cervo, to the hillside on which the hamlet of Diano Castello is perched. The furniture has all been passed down from the family, with an occasional modern touch – like pictures by the painter A. Bendixen – a friend of the family: a very famous German artist who came to spend his retirement at Muratori.
Amenities: Wi-Fi, linen and towels (changed once a week), shower, double bed 160 x 200, two beds 80 x 200.70 m2 | planimetry
Casaemi Sleeps: 4
Casaemi is the principle apartment in the building with vaulted ceilings, and chestnut doors dating back to the XVIII century. It has a big living room, a fully equipped kitchen, a big double bedroom with a beautiful view, a room with two beds, and a bathroom with shower. The refurbishment has highlighted the characteristic traits of the fortified small Ligurian keeps dating back to the second half of 1500, first and foremost the 60 cm thick walls that give the apartment a feeling of security. The antique furniture is extremely refined and shows the craftsmanship of local artisans. Also Casaemi – so called by Emilia, the owner’s mother – has its own private garden with a white grapevine pergola, equipped with a table and chairs for eating outside, and a small lawn to sunbathe on, sheltered by old berry-bearing hedges of mastic.
Amenities: Wi-Fi, linen and towels (changed once a week), bathtub, double bed 160 x 200, two beds 80 x 200.90 m2 | planimetry
Il Melograno Sleeps: 2+2
Amid the perfumes of the Mediterranean plants, in the shade of the great fig tree, this house was once a barn reserved for agricultural activities. The modern style refurbishment took a year to complete, and has transformed this once scanty barn into a cosy cottage, unique in its structure. It’s been divided on two floors: downstairs there is a living/dining room with a sofa bed, a small but fully equipped kitchen, a bathroom with a shower and a window. A nice wooden staircase goes up to an ample open-space room, a double bed, and a tiny sitting area and from its windows you have a view of the sea and the whole garden surrounding the property. A small patio in front of the house is the finishing touch of this authentic gem, and is only for private use of guests staying at Il Melograno.
Amenities: air-conditioning, Wi-Fi, linen and towels (changed once a week), bathtub, double bed 160 x 200, sofa bed 130 x 190.50 m2 | planimetry