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Our Superior
Rooms

These rooms, thanks to their location on the second floor, enjoy a stunning view over the park of the castle to the valley below and, on clear days, the distant mountains.
Harmoniously and tastefully furnished, these delightful rooms have been quirkily enriched with art objects: prints, paintings, pottery, musical instruments, antique objects and souvenirs which take us back to times past. Appointed with the highest comfort and services, the rooms are composed of a double bedroom and a bathroom. The size of the rooms, c. 25 square meters, means that they can easily accommodate a third bed or a child’s cot. Contact us if you need to add a fourth bed.

Services: air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, TV sat, safe, minibar.

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Del Cappello

With Montappone and Massa Fermana, the history of Marche is accompanied by the tradition of weaving straw hats. Today, the quality of the hats made from a wide variety of materials is recognised and appreciated worldwide.

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del Globo

The room dedicated to the globe is an invitation to set out on a journey, also and most of all, as desire for adventure and escape from the daily life in a dream-like metaphysical dimension.

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della Carta

The paper-making tradition of Marche has noble origins that date back to the 12th century according to some chroniclers. The watermark produced by Fabriano’s master paper-makers is still a symbol of excellence that is renowned and appreciated all over the world.

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del Tessuto

Historical sources document a production of quality textiles in Monterado already since the 18th century. They used the valuable linen, hempen and cotton cloth produced by the spinning mill along the Misa River banks or purchased from the merchants that travelled from the East and the Middle East to Senigallia during the Fair.

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della Ceramica

Marche is a land of ceramics, finely worked by local artisans or brought to Senigallia from Southern Italy during the traditional Magdalene’s Fair, which is still a lively crossroads of goods and far away cultures.

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della Musica

The homeland and adopted place of composers like Gioacchino Rossini, Giovanni Battista Pergolesi and Gaspare Spontini, the Marche region boasts a seamless tradition of music and opera events that every year attract fans from all over Italy and abroad.

 

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dell'Orologio

Majestic and immune to the passing of time, the valuable clock stands out on the top of the castle. From time immemorial, it marks the hours in the village, in an uninterrupted counterpoint with the clock of the Municipal Tower of Monterado.

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dell'Orcio

The Jar Room is dedicated to the traditional terracotta vessel that was historically used to store the valuable olive oil produced in our region or to refresh men at work in the fields.

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