Seneca, born in Cordoba, southern Spain, between 4 BC and 1 AD, was a Roman philosopher of the Stoic school, playwright and statesman of the first century. He is sometimes called Seneca the Philosopher, Seneca the Tragic or Seneca the Younger to distinguish him from his father, Seneca the Elder.
Room facing south and west, overlooking the garden and the dungeon, with a very nice light at the end of the day.
The brown Roman plaster color brings a natural and warm atmosphere.
Size 32 m2
Double bed 180 x 200 cm or twin beds 90 x 200 cm on request
Bathroom equipped with wash basin, Italian shower, toilet and bidet
Ceiling height 3.40 m
Extra single bed possible
TV 43 pouce