Leaning against the ancient walls of the castrum stood wooden huts, the first pre-urban nucleus just outside the entrance to the castle. There arrived - and still does today - the road that comes from the plain to the north. The small village teems with simple and fearless life, every now and then a Franciscan passes by and heads briskly towards the convent. We are in the Middle Ages and while San Miniato grows in importance due to its imperial role, the village also slowly evolves. Attention, we are on the crest of a hill, space is limited and so it happens that the topography of the city in the 16th century is already practically the same as it is now... it will never change. At the beginning of the 17th century, in place of the wooden huts leaning against the walls, the building was erected which - renovated several times - now houses ANTIBOTI. The peculiarity of our structure is to offer a comfortable, connected, safe, aesthetically satisfying stay (see gallery), and immersed in the magic of a medieval village and its history.
Each window of the structure faces south, making the rooms particularly bright. access is completely independent and guarantees greater privacy for our guests. Prestigious finishes such as the real parquet flooring and travertine details, the access system via keypad at the entrance door and internal card - with which all the services in the rooms are activated and deactivated - demonstrate the accuracy of the design.
A renovation completed in the spring of 2023, done with great attention to detail, directed by the owner himself Architect Matteo Lazzeri.