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Palazzo Malfatti

The Historical residence Palazzo Malfatti is a stunnig set of apartments situated in the heart of Massa Marittima, Piazza Garibaldi, in a thirteenth-century palace of great historical importance.
This property was recently renovated and divided into seven apartments with facilities.
A covered porch with original fresco ceilings, and an open cloister area (also a smoking area) are the entrance to the apartments; these areas are accessible to all and host contemporary art by local artists.

Facilities

All apartments have private entrances and a floor area ranging from 50sqm to 135sqm, with kitchen in dedicated compartment, living room with fireplace and bathroom/s with bathtube/shower and bidet; they are also equipped with linen (bedroom, bathroom and kitchen and changed every week) and kitchens equipped with dishes. The basic services such as hot and cold water, electricity and heating are likely to make your stay totally self-sufficient.
In the livingroom there are 32 inch flat screen LCD TV, WIFI, a telephone to call out, and leather sofas which may become a comfortable sofa-bed.

    • TV

    • WiFi

    • Books

    • Concierge Service

    • Kitchen

    • Cleaning at start/end of stay

About Us

We are happy to be number 1 in the category Best (Hotel in town) Massa Marittima! ! Recommend us on trivago!

We are happy to be number 2 in the category Best (Hotel in town) Tuscan Maremma! ! Recommend us on trivago!


Reach Us

 

  • From Milan: from Parma-La Spezia (A15), follow Livorno-Rosignano (A12 till the end of the motorway), take the Aurelia ss1 (free-highway) direction Rome; exit Follonica Est and follow Massa Marittima.
  • From Milan: motorway “Autostrada del Sole” (A1), follow Bologna-Florence; exit at Firenze Impruneta and take the four-lane highway direction Siena (freehighway Florence-Siena); from here you can choose between three possibiliy 1) exit Colle Val d’Elsa Sud following, always, Follonica-Montieri; 2) exit Siena and continue for Grosseto on the road called Siena-Grosseto, take the exit for Civitella Marittima and Ribolla-Massa Marittima; 3) does not exit at Civitella, continue to Grosseto-Roselle and take the variant SS1 Aurelia (freehighway) direction Livorno, exit at Follonica Est and follow for Massa Marittima.
  • From Venice: from the Venice-Bologna (A4 and A13) follow for Florence (A1); exit at Firenze Impruneta and follow the 3 directions already given above.
  • From Rome: you can either take the highway that leads to Civitavecchia (A12 exit obliged to Civitavecchia but then continues on the Aurelia SS1) which directly the Aurelia SS1; follow the direction of Livorno and exit at Follonica Est; continue follow Massa Marittima.