0.38km from Paccamora BiobarEnna is a city perched on a hill which served as a fortress for the various occupiers of Sicily. It has narrow, curvy streets ideal for walking, but not ideal for a car. So my primary objective for lodging in Enna was a place where we could park the car and forget about it. At first approach, the Inn looks offputting because it’s on a quasi-industrial street. But once inside you realize what a fine job Manuela has done to create a modern, cheerful inn. It has five rooms, on the non-street side of the building, so there is no street noise at all. We were in room B with a beautiful view of Calscietta. The bathroom was small but perfectly adequate and had a good shower. The room itself was roomy and had a bureau and closet for clothing. In warmer weather, you can enjoy a rooftop terrace off the dining area. When we arrived, we unloaded the bags and then parked the car up the road where there is free parking. Manuela offered us a bottle of wine which was greatly appreciated following our drive on the roads of Sicily. Breakfast included warm fresh croissants, delicious cappuccino, a cheese and ham board, fruits, yogurts, scrambled eggs, and assorted breads and pastries. The inn itself is literally around the corner from the old Enna and the Via Roma, so you can walk everywhere. At Manuela’s recommendation we went to Borgia Balata for dinner. Delicious.