In Greek mythology, Thalia, the daughter of Mnemosyne and Zeus, was the eighth-born of the nine Muses. She is considered closer to Terpsichore. She was the muse who presided over comedy and idyllic poetry.

Pastoral poetry was under her protection,as well. For this reason, she is usually depicted as a young woman with a joyous air, wearing a wreath of ivy on her head, holding a comic mask in her right hand and a shepherd's crook in her left hand, with light clothing and sometimes a hair shirt. (even today these are the symbols of folk music).

Her name derives from the verb "thalleo - thallo", meaning "flourish", because the praises in her songs flourish through time. Suite Thalia is 21 m2.It is located on the first floor of the back of the house, and the window overlooks the pool of the mansion, where once was a garden.

It can accommodate 2 persons in a king size bed.

The window with the iron details is specially made just like the windows of the houses in the past. The wood and stone, reminiscent of another era.

Thalia ,just like the whole floor which is located, was the cellar and food storage room which all the old mansions used to have in the past.