Entering through French doors at the villa’s courtyard, this suite is named after the thirteenth-century local parish priest who, according to popular history, gave Borgo's onsite church to the Cistercian monks at the Abbey of San Galgano. This stately suite gleams with its inlaid wood furniture, elegant seating area, oil portraits, frescos, an open marble fireplace, heraldic motifs and French doors and windows on three sides. The light-filled interior emanates a feeling of noblesse with all with the comforts of modern day style. This extends to the elegant bathroom, which features a double vanity carved in rare dark marble and a freestanding claw foot tub.
Beauty is the mantra here, as one inhales the perfume of lavender and roses whilst never wanting the moment to end.