Lady Jane Digby (1807-1881) was born into an aristocratic Victorian puritanical family, and nothing presaged that would end his days in Damascus, where he married for the fourth time with a Bedouin tribe Arab sheik twenty years younger than her. Jane adopted Arab dress and learned Arabic. Half of each year was spent in the nomadic style, living in tents in the desert, while the rest was enjoyed in a palatial villa that she had built in Damascus.
Apartment number seven is an attic with wooden ceiling painted blue and white.
This luminous, spacious loft has large windows from where you can admire a nice view at dawn or contemplate minarets and churches which thrive in the area.
Bed type: 1 double bed and 1 sofa bed.