Siracusa Wheelchair Accessible Hotel
A unique setting, a hidden garden of Eden where orange and olive groves compete with the ubiquitous and fragrant Mediterranean bush for the conquest of this sun-drenched peninsula.
The crystal-clear waters of Pellerina creek, part of the marine reserve, are only a 10 minutes stroll away.
It offer pristine accommodation for those discerning visitors wanting to break away from traditional hotels or bed & breakfasts.
The Masseria experience is different and unique, it is a journey into the roots of Italy’s rural culture.
The farm is active and produces organically grown citrus fruits, olives, vegetables and cereals.
The “masserie” are the ancient, fortified farmhouses that dot the countryside of Italy’s most Southern provinces.
In a way they were the XVIII and XIX centuries heirs of the Roman villas, providing food supplies and revenue for the land’s master.
They constituted a sort of self-sustaining microcosm.
With the master’s villa situated at the centre of a complex of farm buildings, barns and other facilities to accommodate workers, animals and tools.
The Masseria was the landed gentry’s designated countryside getaway from the city’s busy life
Accessible Siracusa Rooms
With its 22 comfortably appointed double rooms, including 2 junior suites and a suite.
2 of them are totally accessible with en-suite bathroom with disabled standard facilities.
All with air-conditioning, Wi-Fi and satellite TV, its gastronomic restaurant doubling as a day bistro, the secluded swimming pool and XIX century Italian garden.
It stands in a league of its own.
The charm and elegance of the XIX century sandstone buildings, the thick walls and the typical Sicilian tiles together with the stunning beauty of the surrounding nature.
The Hotel offer holidaymakers the very best of this land’s rural heritage.
A perfect base from which to launch exciting excursions across the region, discovering the hidden secrets of Sicily.
But also where to indulge in leisurely Farniente with your family.
Maybe by the pool or, for the more adventurous, explore the farm’s extensive grounds and the peninsula.
So much so that guests are even encouraged to pick their own selection of vegetables and herbs directly in their garden!
Grab a basket and take a stroll through the “orto”, the vegetable patch adjacent to the restaurant.
Fill it with whatever you fancy for your meal and drop it by the kitchen, we’ll prepare it for you and use it as your personal addition to the day’s menu.
Ever tasted a tomato still warm from the afternoon sun?
Have it simply sliced, with a pinch of sea-salt flakes and a dash of their home-pressed olive oil.
Be overwhelmed by the intensity of the flavour rush.
A heavenly experience.
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