Dating from 1250, this hotel is certainly romantic—that doesn't even take into account its garden setting and enviable address across from the waterfront. Its interior is rich with frescoes, wood beams, and heavy masonry that have been lightened with a contemporary touch. Each room is different: there's a wrought-iron bed in the back tower, a blue wooden canopy bed in Room 205, and a lavish front tower room with a loft. A private courtyard is perfect for summertime dining,
or you can just take a dip in the isolated pool.