Galileo Galilei room

The room is on the second floor and has a fabulously bijoux private balcony, wooden flooring and spectacular sea views from three sides of the room, looking over to the island of Elba and, on clear days, even as far as Corsica.

The upper floor in this split-level room is set aside for reading.

There are two single beds on the lower level.



Galileo Galilei (Pisa, February 15th 1564 – Arcetri, January 8th) was a physicist, philosopher, astronomer and mathematician.

The room is named after one of the most important Italian scientists of modern times. His research into astronomy and the laws of dynamics included the development of the telescope and the introduction of scientific methodologies.



In common with all other rooms, there is a satellite plasma TV, small fridge, tea making facilities and private bathroom.

Fattoria LAB bedrooms have all-wood window frames and doors.