Named after the big-eared little donkey who lived here a century ago, this stunning suite was lovingly restored to preserve the soul and spirit of all its inhabitants throughout the ages.
The stylish, spacious living room beckons with magnificent high ceilings, exposing beautiful wooden beams – a remnant of the island’s Venetian influence in the 14th century when this village originated.
The luxurious master bedroom is all dressed in orange – the most prestigious of Venetian colours – inviting you to set sail on a historic gondola trip through the memory-ridden footpaths of the long-forsaken village.
Back in the living room, your eyes glance at the limestone-carved nooks in the parchment-coloured walls. They take you back to the 18th century when this was the local grocery – hustling and bustling with villagers all day long – and those nooks were full of sugar, coffee, honey and dried fish.
Unlike then, this suite is now a sanctuary of serenity and harmony of breathtaking scenery, spell-binding past and modern luxury – a unique holiday for a discerning traveller.