The accommodation is a 19th-century mansion in which architecture, which includes a tower and 12-window gallery, plays a significant role. Restored twelve years ago by its current owners, the house was acquired from a noble family who used it as a summer residence. The land had previously been dedicated to vineyards and olive groves. The interior, decorated by Dutch artists and inspired by the era when construction took place, is the perfect complement to the quiet, picturesque village and the calm of the surrounding countryside.
It features a walled garden and a large terrace with panoramic views of the vineyards stretching from the sea to the mountains. Another notable feature is the library/cinema, where films from the in-house video library may be projected onto a large white wall.