Tucked into the town walls just a few steps below the Duomo, this tall, narrow house dates from the 1200s. Rock outcroppings, stone walls, glass walkways over ancient foundations, and an old olive press celebrate the heritage, while sleekly simple furnishings, bright white walls, and splashes of color add a distinctly contemporary flair. Each room is named and styled after a famous woman in literature or the movies, from Madame Bovary's period decor to the sensual reds used in the Marilyn Monroe room.