"Il Bell'Antonio" of Chiaramonte 20 is located a few kilometers from the sea of the Tyrrhenian coast, in the medieval village of Caccamo. "Il Bell'Antonio" is a double room. It has air conditioning, TV, minibar, private bathroom. The property is within walking distance of the castle and the medieval quarter. From our holiday home you can easily reach the enchanting Cefalù, the beaches of Campofelice di Roccella, the Norman coast as far as Palermo and Monreale. We wait you. You are ready
“I would really recomend this location. Pietro and Ivana are excellent hosts always ready to help during our stay. The room is located in the heart of beautiful old city. I love the interior design of Pietro's house, everything was perfeclty clean and organized. Breakfast on the terrace that is placed on the rooftop was a great expirence. We can enjoy the view of the city and mountain landscape and amazing Italian coffee!”
Double room in San Nicola L'Arena. There is a private bathroom with a bath, towels and a hair dryer. Private balcony with sea view available. Breakfast on request (extra). We own a dog (Maxi).
“We stayed in a room at the etage with a beautiful view on the village and the sea..Also we had a big balcony just for our own use..Our hosts were lovely and very helpful to show us best things to see around and we enjoyed chatting and sharing experiences. The village was very close by foot about 25 min, we waked around and it was beautiful. Sea shore is also close to village.”
Beautifully restored studio near everything! Right in the center of the historic district. Fabulous sea & town views! Walk to the main piazza, the belvedere, the morning fish & vegetable market, waterfront, & many excellent restaurants! The train & bus station are close so you can easily do day tours without a car. Studio has a kitchen, living room w/sleeper sofa and full bath with bathtub/shower on one floor and loft bedroom open to living room upstairs with half bath.
“Roberts apartment is located in one of the picturesque streets of Termini Imerese near Via Roma and is a real gem: tastefully and individually decorated, excellently equipped and very clean. The view over the city to the sea was a joy every morning. In front of the house there is a small terrace with table and four chairs, which can be used for dinner in good weather. The city itself is very pleasantly human, thus untouristic. You can buy seafood caught by rough-legged fishermen, there are grocery stores with a wide selection of local produce, cafes and ice cream shops, and nice little restaurants with local cuisine. You can also swim, but the beach near the harbor is not exactly an experience. But the (foot) way there - he leads through all sorts of neglected facilities - is anything but inviting. Termini Imerese is great as a starting point for excursions in the near (Cefalù, Palermo - both by train in about 20-30 minutes) and the other (eg Agrigento, about 1.5 hours by train) environment.”