This 16th-century tower house dishes up no-end of medieval atmosphere, with eight smallish rooms tucked onto four floors. If you don’t mind the climb, the two on the top floor come with the advantage of views across the tile rooftops, and just treading on the old stones on the staircase is a pleasure. All rooms have marble floors, brick and timbered ceilings, handsome iron bedsteads, and enough additional character that for some guests may compensate for the fairly cramped quarters, small bathrooms, and lack of many hotel services. Continental breakfast (5€ extra) can get the day off to a rocky start, literally, as it’s served downstairs in a rough-hewn stone vault.