Relais Santa Rosa

Mediterranean warmth, refined atmosphere and genuine hospitality. A delight to live, a treasure to be discovered.

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With load-bearing walls made of local stone and vaulted or sail, plastered, whitewashed with lime or decorated, Santa Rosa Relais lives character of the old buildings located in the historical center of Noci.
The cover is characterized by pitched some chiancarelle, finished with local stone and brick tiles or made plain, practicable and paved with local stone. The important structural fittings and furniture of modern design created environments particularly refined and elegant.
On the ground floor, between arches and vaults of stone, there are the lobby, lounge, Santarosa Café and breakfast room with a pleasant and private outdoor corner. The upper floors are accessed by staircase accompanied by a lift.
Upstairs, the living space Salotto Cardinale is dedicated to conversation and consulting home books. From here you get to spend a pleasant veranda where you can sipping a drink, cocktail, a liqueur. On the third floor there is a spacious terrace with breathtaking panoramic views, the perfect setting to enjoy breakfast or spend time relaxing.

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