San Giovanni East

75 m², Sleeps 4 people
2 bedrooms , 2 bathrooms

San Giovanni East is on the lower floor of the San Giovanni building, a large stone house within the castle walls. It has a combined living room/kitchen, with dining area and full size stove and refrigerator.

Of the two bedrooms, one has a beautiful view of the valley below, the other a view of the sunrise. In one bedroom the beds can be united as a queen or separated as twin singles, in the other bedroom the bed is necessarily queen.

Each bedroom has a bathroom en-suite; one bathroom has a shower stall and one has a tub with wall shower.

San Giovanni East is part of the San Giovanni building, which also includes San Giovanni West and La Loggia. The outside entrance is shared with La Loggia. The three apartments of the San Giovanni building can be interconnected and rented together to accommodate up to 16 people.

High Season

€ 390 / Night

+ € 120 one-time fee

Mid Season

€ 310 / Night

+ € 120 one-time fee

Low Season

€ 205 / Night

+ € 230 one-time fee

Minimum stay of 3 nights.

High Season :  June and September
Mid Season :  May, July, August, October and Christmas/New Year holidays
Low Season :  March, April and November

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Interesting Facts:

The large building of San Giovanni commands an expansive view of the valley below. It was originally three adjacent Longobard towers, built perhaps as early as 600 or 700 AD.

With the coming of the Berardenga family after 850 it was englobed in their castle and housed the only peasant family to live inside the castle walls instead of dispersed around the extensive property.

The kitchen on the east side occupied the middle room, with a small window and a large recess where the coppered pots and pans hung above a big flat stone sink that now sits outside the house near the Fondi door.

The wall alongside the stairs that lead to the court contains a stone with a hole in it, where the children of the family would deposit the teeth they lost, for the Tooth Mouse to ‘buy’ with a small coin