All of our rooms are deliberately lacking in air conditioning.
The nineteenth-century walls, with a depth of 80 cm, allow the residence to be cool in summer and warm in winter.
The names of the rooms were thought and wanted in honor of Jane Austen, who wrote three of his most famous novels right in the years between 1813 and 1816.
All of our rooms are equipped with all comforts: en-suite bathroom, full height mirror, pillow case, TV and free wi fi.
We like to think that the context in which our GuestHouse stands can remind us of Hampshire, where the author, a county of the southern English coast, was born and died, also characterized by a hilly hinterland and a rather mild climate because it is close to sea.