It’s one of the oldest parts of the Eremo della Giubiliana; originally it used to be the area of the guards of Saint John order.
It is all on the ground-floor, with its charming and old white stoned pavement. It has a very high ceiling with chestnut-wooden beams and it’s symmetrically divided in two parts by a big stone arch.
A little medieval door leads you to the bathroom overlooking the garden; it has two pitched sinks and a whirlpool.
The sitting area is characterized by an old stone chimney and a wonderful sofa of the XVIII century with damask tapestry; big drawers and chests of the XVII century. Old oriental carpets and antique furnishings complete this suite’s charm, making of it one of the most brilliant suites of the Eremo.