The room has a double bed, wooden flooring and a ceiling fan and is located on the second floor. It affords a striking view of Monte Amiata .
This room is dedicated to the leading Italian composer Giacomo Puccini, born in Lucca on December 22nd 1858.
A key figure in Italian music around the turn of the twentieth century, he devoted himself almost entirely to opera.
His work is characterized by its interesting subject matter, variety, speed, succinctness, psychological depth and wealth of much celebrated arias.
His most famous works include “Manon Lescaut” (1893) and “La Bohème”(1896) which brought him fame and fortune, followed by “Tosca” (1900) and “Madame Butterfly” (1904).
In common with all other rooms, there is a satellite plasma TV, small fridge, tea- and coffee-making facilities and private bathroom.
Fattoria LAB bedrooms have all-wood window frames and doors.