The large plates have come from distant lands, with bright colours that recall the shades of Southern Italy. They probably arrived here through the Magdalena’s Fair of Senigallia, which used to be and still remains a crossroads of merchandise of all kinds! So, even the nuns in the Clarisse Monastery of Serra de' Conti used similar plates from the Abruzzo region to set the table with simple, yet delicious sweets for visiting believers.
Services: air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, TV sat, safe, minibar, free Wi-Fi.
Places of interest in the Marche region, not too far from here:
- “Museo della mail Art” (Mail Art Museum) of Montecarotto;
- The Historical kitchen facilities in Dominican Monastery of Loro Piceno;
- "La tazza d'oro" historical café in Ancona;
- The "Meletti" historical café in Ascoli Piceno;
- The Museo delle Arti Monastiche (Monastic Arts Museum) of Serra de Conti;
- The Museo Diocesano (Diocesan Museum) of Senigallia (Saint Paul’s relics);
- The Museo Diocesano (Diocesan Museum) of Urbania.