Casa Fuzetta



The house has over 1000sqm of  internal space and 560sqm of external space including:

  • 12 double bedrooms, each with a large ensuite bathroom (with walk-in shower, and in one, with an additional free-standing bath) [nine of the twelve have the flexibility of being twin rooms ] None is smaller than 13sqm, with the largest being 32sqm (excluding in each case bathroom and outside spaces) Most are in the region of 23sqm

  • rooftop pool (9mx3m – heated when needed) and pool bar

  • rooftop yoga decks (capacity for 16 + teacher)

  • meditation room (capacity for 16 + teacher)

  • two massage/treatment rooms

  • multiple terraces and outdoor sitting areas for communal entertaining or sneaking away to read a book!

  • games room with pool table

  • large winter living room with open fireplace

  • library opening onto a central courtyard

  • large contemporary domestic kitchen, opening onto a large terrace with tables and seating for 24 in comfort [the terrace also has a charcoal BBQ and separate open fireplace to extend the dining out season]

  • industrial prep kitchen on the ground floor - for larger events and/or winter dining downstairs

  • large entrance hall – for flexible use (including potential winter dining room)

  • laundry

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When we travel, we find it can be the little things that count the most; so we’ve included the following elements to add an extra touch of comfort to your stay:

  • White Company 100% cotton bed linen

  • White company 100% cotton luxury light terry bath towels

  • LaEva gold standard organic units of well-being (wash, lotion, shampoo & conditioner)

  • Stylish hammam towels and umbrellas for the beach

  • Hand made local wicker baskets for trips to the beach or the market

  • Hairdryer

  • Top of the range ceiling fans

  • AC, but only where it is needed [We dislike AC – it dries you out and is terrible for the environment. In some places around the house it makes things more comfortable and has been included but for the most part the old house design included clever use of natural ventilation, which we have taken advantage of and boosted with the ceiling fans; keeping AC to a minimum]

  • Underfloor heating throughout the bedrooms, bathrooms and common areas