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We split our vacation into two parts: the first part was a luxury hotel in Taormina for two nights.The second was the remaining 6 nights at Villa Zottopera. They cost about the same amount, so it was definitely cost efficient to stay in the villa....More
We stayed here for a week in early October. Our apartment was small and basic but charming, part of the converted stables around the farmhouse in the central courtyard. Don't expect all mod cons, no kettle, tv or products, but there is good wifi and...More
We stayed here for a few days in October and we were a little disappointed. The house and courtyard are beautiful but the rooms we stayed in (a converted farm building) were dark and quite cold. The "included" breakfast consisted of dried "tost" in a...More
We loved this agriturismo. Our family of 7 stayed in a wonderful huge 300 year old house on the property with tons of charm. The highlight and best meal of our trip was the wonderful dinner prepared by Chef Maria--all homemade, the most incredible lasagna...More
Just being in this traditional setting of converted farm buildings is thrilling! The location is remote, fragrant, just the sound of birds and breeze. The conversions have all the amenities like air conditioning. The homemade food is divine. My favorite of all the agriturismi I...More
USD 73 - USD 305 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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