A room on the first floor with a double bed and sofa-bed. Furnished in warm beige and dark red tones. It has a small terrace with wrought iron table and chairs to watch the sunset from or enjoy the marvelous views of the Maremman hills.


The room is named after one of the greatest Renaissance masters. Sandro Botticelli, born in Florence in 1445.

There is a reproduction of the “The Birth of Venus” on the wall behind the sofa. The painting shows the goddess emerging from the sea, blown towards the shore by Zephyrs. It depicts the union between two worlds, celestial and terrestrial, but also the ideal rebirth of classicality and the soul, purified by the christening.



In common with all the other rooms, there is a satellite plasma TV, small fridge, tea- and coffee-making facilities and an en-suite bathroom.
Fattoria LAB bedrooms have all-wood window frames and doors.