The name of this suite is due to the eccentric person who lived here before the restoration and the rooms have been renovated to its original look.
The room is accessible from the XVII century stairway.
The first room, inspired by the Japanese sitting rooms of the late 800s, is cosy and “romantic”, ideal for reading or to have a moment of reflection.
The main room is separated from the aforesaid by an original carved chestnut door and honours the baroque look.
It’s bright and airy and it is ideally divided into a sleeping area with a huge four poster bed, a study with a bookcase lined with art books and a cosy sitting room with an antique fireplace.
It’s decorated with period furnishings, like the crystal chandelier and works of contemporary artists like the original sculpture of the red warrior.
The anti chamber leads to an elegant bathroom and another room with a mini bar and all the essentials to make hot drinks.