Built in 1870 as a private residence, this small hotel exudes Old World charm and authentic Corsican flavor. Rooms 7 to 14, tucked away in the more modern annex, are just as inviting, with bougainvillea-draped balconies overlooking the village. The hotel's restaurant specializes in local seafood, including lots of lobster dishes. Try the soft cheese brousse tartare with black truffles, or the honey-glazed lamb. Savor a Cap Corse muscat and watch fishing boats slowly drift by in the ancient port below.