La Fattoria

Apartment, 90 m², Sleeps 4 people
2 bedrooms , 1 bathroom
(La Fattoria including Annex: 120 m2, sleeps 6 people 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms)

La Fattoria is a second-floor apartment accessed directly from the castle courtyard, just inside the castle gate. It used to be the home of the farm manager’s family.

The main apartment has a combination living/dining room with kitchen area and fireplace. It has two bedrooms, one with a queen bed  and windows on two sides, the other with twin single beds and an antique washstand. There is one bathroom with shower over bathtub and a washing machine.

The optional Annex has another double bedroom (queen bed separable into twin singles), a small bathroom (shower over tub) and a small sitting room with space for a child’s bed (no kitchen).

La Fattoria’s private enclosed lawn with garden furniture is just outside the castle gate.

La Fattoria (2 bedrooms , 1 bathroom )

High Season

€ 295 / Night

+ € 95 one-time fee

Mid Season

€ 230 / Night

+ € 95 one-time fee

Low Season

€ 145 / Night

+ € 195 one-time fee

La Fattoria including Annex (3 bedrooms , 2 bathrooms)

High Season

€ 435 / Night

+ € 130 one-time fee

Mid Season

€ 345 / Night

+ € 130 one-time fee

Low Season

€ 225 / Night

+ € 260 one-time fee

Minimum stay of 3 nights.

High Season :  July 1 - August 31
Mid Season :  May 15 - June 30, September 1 - October 15, December 24 - 31
Low Season :  March 15 - May 14, October 16 - December 23, January 1 - 10

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Interesting Facts:

Fattoria was the overseer’s house. The Fattoressa (overseer’s wife) would provide the owner Palmieri his meals when he did not want to open the big house and instead slept in the tower over the entrance to the court. 

The family in Fattoria lived around a big kitchen table, but one of the bedrooms was then a very formal parlor, kept locked except for special occasions such as receiving Montalto’s owners.

Over the kitchen sink can still be seen the remains of the old wooden piattaia, or dish rack, where washed dishes were placed, neatly separated by wooden bars, to dry and wait for their next use.

Most of the apartment still has its original hand-made Tuscan cotto floor.

The painting of a little boy is not a family member but part of a study for a fresco by the spanish painter Josè Moya del Pino, Diana's father.