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from € 450 per night

Minimum stay 4 nights

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Isabelle

Rose, Nathalie, Laurent, Emma, Lou

Magnifique demeure, havre de paix, la Sicile sous le soleil, rythmée par le chant des cigales. Merci pour ces 15 jours de repos. 23 July 2017
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Summary

This traditional farmhouse or 'baglio' has belonged to the same family for seven generations and has recently been listed as an historical farmhouse in the wine-producing region of Trapani. The farmhouse is ideally located near Alcamo and is immersed in ancient woodland and surrounded by vineyards that grow the grapes (primarily Cataratto and Insolia) that are used to create some of Sicily’s finest white wines. The desirable "baglio" with its lofty stone walls consists of an enchanting central courtyard, the main building and two wings containing storehouses, the stables and a chapel. In the extensive grounds and gardens that surround the property there's an antique water tank that has been converted into a spectacular 7.5 x 4.5 metre swimming pool.

Property details

The main residence looks out onto a luxuriant and historical Mediterranean garden with eucalyptus, pine, magnolia, fig, palm and mulberry trees as well as two magnificent fountains. The garden, with lots of little secluded spots, can be admired from the stunning 300 square-metre shady terrace with its superb 18th century Sicilian majolica tiled floor and comfy garden furniture for ten. On the ground floor is a large entrance hall which leads to the kitchen, the living and dining rooms and to the adjoining terrace. On the first floor there is a double bedroom ("Blu") and a twin room ("Maria Beatrice") that share an ensuite bathroom. There is another double bedroom ("Rosa"), a twin bedroom ("Fiori Rossi") and a bathroom as well as two more single bedrooms ("Peria" and "Celeste") and two more bathrooms with tubs. There are a further two connecting rooms, "Arancio" with three single beds and "Lilla" with a double bed and a single sofa bed. On the same floor there is a hall, a living room, a dining room and a large, well-equipped terrace with sea views. Up some steps to the small air-conditioned tower where there's a double bedroom ("Bianca) and a single bedroom ("Azzurra"). There are 4 double beds and 10 single beds in total and upon request all the double beds can be converted into single beds if required.

Characteristics

  • authentic residence
  • suitable for families
  • large properties
  • recommended for weddings

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Prices

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From To per day
10 persons
per week
10 persons
Minimum
Stay
01-10 '17 05-01 450 2950 4
06-01 30-04 450 2950 4
01-05 31-05 520 3300 4
01-06 30-09 560 3700 4
01-10 05-01 '19 450 2950 4
Deposit (payable in cash upon arrival)
500,00 €

Services included

  • Final cleaning
  • Sheets, pillow cases and bath towels
  • Consumption of electricity up to 300 kwh. per week
  • Consumption of water and gas

Information about extra services

Upon request we can arrange a cook to cater for you and an extra change of bed and bath linen if desired.

Optional extra services Available upon request with payment on site

  • Consumption of electricity greater than 350 kw. € 0.40 Kwh
  • Mid-week cleaning € 100.00 per day
  • Services of a cook at home € 100.00 per meal
  • Services of a cook at home € 100.00 per meal

Facilities

Air conditioning in the rooms

Air conditioning in the rooms

Hair dryer

Hair dryer

Ironing board and iron

Ironing board and iron

Electric kettle

Electric kettle

Crib

Crib

Outdoor shower

Outdoor shower

Hi-fi with CD player

Hi-fi with CD player

Microwave oven

Microwave oven

Dishwasher

Dishwasher

Washing machine

Washing machine

Private parking

Private parking

Pool (LxWxH in meters) 7,5x4,5x1,60

Pool (LxWxH in meters) 7,5x4,5x1,60

Toaster

Toaster

Satellite TV

Satellite TV

DVD player

DVD player

Potable water

Potable water

Wi-Fi Internet

Wi-Fi Internet

Area

Area

The 'baglio' is located just a few kilometres from Alcamo in a grape growing region that is renowned for its exceptional wines. Several historic wineries are located in the area including the Florio and Pellegrino wineries which you will find by following the itinerary of the wine route. The Zingaro Nature reserve with its beautiful, unspoilt coastline and the wonderful white sandy beaches of San Vito Lo Capo are located approximately 20 kilometres from the property. There are many attractions in the area for culture and nature lovers including Selinunte, Segesta, the island of Mozia, the medieval hill top town of Erice, the Egadi islands (which can be reached in 20 minutes by ferry) and the salt pans of Trapani.

distances to surrounding areas

Distances

Amenities

Town of Alcamo

6.00 km

Golf course «Verdura»

84.00 km

Pizzeria

6.00 km

Restaurant

6.00 km

Supermarket

6.00 km

Beach

9.00 km

Palermo airport

45.00 km

Trapani Airport

68.00 km

Catania Airport

275.00 km

Main towns

Alcamo

7.00 km

Trapani

52.00 km

Palermo

65.00 km

Marsala

66.00 km

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