A very cosy, elegant double bedded room (1.60m), TV corner.The window overlooks a charming garden. The en suite bathroom is equiped with bathtub, W.C and a towel heather.
From the bathroom window you can contemplate the12th century's bell tower church and listen to the Angélus which usually rings thrice a day (8 a.m, noon and 7 p.m).
Marie-Louise of Austria was born on 12 December 1791 in Vienna is the daughter of Emperor Francis I of Austria and the grand-niece of Queen Marie-Antoinette. Napoleon I having divorced Joséphine de Beauharnais because she gave no offspring, accepted the offer by the Emperor of Austria, whom he forced the peace after the difficult victory of Wagram . On Monday, 2 April 1810, Napoleon (40) marries the Archduchess of Austria Marie-Louise (18 years). Less than a year later, on 20 March 1811, Napoleon II (the so expected son) borns. The Empress didn’t go along with her husband on the island of Elba nor in St. Helena to return temporarily in Austria. After the death of Napoleon, she marries on 8 August 1821 Adam Adalbert, Count of Neipperg, then on 17 February 1834 in third wedding René-Charles, Count of Bombelles still in Parma. Article 99 of the Act of Congress of Vienna of 9 June 1815 offers her the Italian duchies of Parma, Piacenza and Guastalla, on which she reigns until her death in 1847.