The Castle of Magona is a splendid historical home, located just opposite the Island of Elba and within easy reach of many artistically and historically interesting Tuscan towns and cities. Its architecture, furnishings and
décor are of late 16th century noble Tuscan style. The castle develops on two floors. Its beautiful gardens guarantee complete privacy.
The Castle’s entrance hall is enriched with oil paintings and furnished with an important 18
th century wooden table. To the left of this hall is a small sitting room, containing an antique wooden desk
(RECEPTION), a bookcase, and sitting area. At the end of the entrance hall and to the left, there is
another sitting room with a fireplace and a bar in the corner. Here we can also access an intimate living
room richly furnished with an antique chest, two very comfortable sofas upholstered with rich damask
fabric, a television and DVD player.
On the right hand side of the entrance hall, there is a luminous and ceramic tiled dining room, where
guests enjoy their buffet breakfast, along with lunch and dinner should they so choose.
The first floor can be reached via two staircases: one to the left and one to the right of the entrance hall.
The staircase to the right of the entrance hall is a grand structure furnished with two antique suits of
It leads to the impressive Grand Duke’s bedroom (Suite 3). This suite looks out onto both the
front and rear gardens. It also contains antique furnishings, including a 17
th century headboard, bookcases and grand piano. This second staircase also leads to two other suites
(Suites 1 & 2), one overlooking the southern garden, the other with a view of the northern garden.
At the top of the second staircase, we come across a lovely suite with a large terrace (Suite 7). Near the suite, there are two double bedrooms (Rooms 5 & 6) and another
suite (Suite 4). Descending this staircase, there is a small lounge, equipped with TV and
internet. WI-FI access is available on most of the ground floor in the common areas, including the
garden area, and in the majority of the bedrooms. Continuing downstairs, there is a double bedroom
(Room 9), a junior suite (Suite 8) and a staircase which leads to another junior suite.
On entering the rear garden of the Castello, via the glass doors at the end of the entrance hall, there is a
well kept rose garden and lawn area with comfortable outdoor furniture. It is an ideal place to enjoy a
cool drink during the hot summer evenings. To the right, there is another area with chairs, tables and
canvas umbrellas, where one can have breakfast or dine during the summer months, or perhaps even have
lunch during the first warm spring days.
Below the garden, there is the secluded swimming pool. The swimming pool overlooks a terraced olive grove and, during the hot summer hours
is shaded by centuries-old, maritime pine trees. Near the pool is a hot tub and fitness corner with various
gym equipment. This area also has a changing room with a bathroom.
All the bedrooms are equipped with air conditioning, mini bar, private safe, and television. The bathrooms
are all hand painted with travertine marble.