Spacious room with wooden flooring, very spacious bathroom and private south-facing terrace. The characteristic elements of this room are stone and wood, that is, the traditional materials of alpine architecture. The walls and floor of the bathroom are made of cobalt turquoise cocciopesto, creating an original contrast with the section of wall made of aged larch wood and stone. In addition to the reclaimed wood, the stones in this room are all original from the old ruin, therefore stones worked between the 1700s and 1800s, among which the famous green stones of Verrayes can be recognized, highly sought after at the time. A chest and a wardrobe bear witness to ancient family traces.