Skylights, painted murals, and handcrafted woodwork are among the design accents at this hostelry in a converted 1830s church. The rooms may be small, but they have beautiful fabrics and reproduction 17th- and 18th-century furniture. The modern marble baths come equipped with telephones. Fresh food and flawless service are highlights at Café Allegre, the inn's popular restaurant. The menu is largely southern Italian, with French touches.