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Top 10 Pomara Hotels

Top 10 Pomara Hotels

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4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Contrada Noce sn, Caltagirone, Sicily, Italy
"We spent 3 nights in the Riserva del Noce. It felt like an oasis after several days strolling in the big cities - quiet, full privacy, beautiful surroundings. We all loved the swimming pool and relaxing areas in the garden. Hosts were very friendly and open to fulfil our needs. We ate all breakfasts and dinners at the house and everything was delicious, freshly made from the local products. Suggest to visit also Caltagirone old town, it's beautiful. "
"The house itself, architectually designed in the most clean crisp lines and lots of light. Carmelo, Anna and his son and beautiful dog Lily, greeted. The guest rooms are bright, spacious and country rustic. Nice bathroom. We got there at 2 and rand the doorbell however no one answered to we drove to Piazza Armenia for a 2 hour jaunt and returned- and the gates opened! Carmelo met us - not sure why we were there! However I showed him our confirmation made 2 months earlier and all was fine. We parked and they made us feel welcome. The breakfast the next morning was basic and perfect. His son helped us check out and was just a lovely young man. Thank you!"
"Our family stayed for one evening and had a tremendous experience. Carmelo and Anna are the perfect hosts and we were warmly welcomed upon arrival. The stunning grounds and pool beckoned to us. This setting surpassed our expectations and our room was beautifully appointed, in short: we couldn't have been happier with our choice. We will definitely be returning to this magical spot."
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2




3.5/5
5 Reviews
C.da S. Andrea snc,\N, Piazza Armerina, Sicily, Italy
"The Park Hotel Paradiso is set in the renowned archaeological area of Piazza Armerina. It is just a 10-minute drive from the famous mosaics in Villa Romana del Casale. This modern hotel is surrounded by a pine and eucalyptus tree forest and features a large outdoor swimming pool. In the evening you can relax in the piano bar. Sample some Sicilian wines and cuisine at the restaurant; where you can have al fresco dining around the pool in the summer. The Park Hotel Paradiso successfully combines the charm of the ancient town with contemporary design and facilities. It features spacious and elegant guest rooms and common areas."
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4.3/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Contrada Fontana Della Pietra, Province of Catania, Sicily, Italy
"We stayed here 3 nights and used it as a base for visited the Villa Romana del Casale and the Villagio Bisantino, each about a 45-minute drive. Villa Tasca is a multi-generation family business. We met mom and two daughters. They do everything: the greeting, billing, cooking, serving and cleaning. And they do it well and with grace and charm. Lovely people. You enter through a formidable and well-designed gate (you eventually get the entry code) and come to the reception area to check in. There are 2-3 friendly dogs and a band of back kittens lounging about. There you will see the indoor and outdoor dining areas. We ate lunches al fresco, but dinners inside as it was a bit cool by 8PM. They typically serve a 4-course meal: antipasti (2-4 items and almost a meal unto itself), a pasta course (including some unusual ones), a meat course (usually pork-based) and desert. We did the “Full Monty” the first night (too much food!), but on the second and third nights we limited ourselves to just the first 2 courses and were totally sated. The wines are excellent, e.g., the local Nero d’Avola, at only $20€. The family does the cooking and everything was great. There is no place close by to eat . . . and no good reason to leave the Villa. We had a room that opened onto the pool area with a small sitting area in front. It had queen bed on the main level and a loft with 2 single beds and a minibar/refrigerator. The A/C worked well. We didn’t try the TV (who needs the news when you’re on vacation. The pool is very large and well designed with lots of umbrellas and lounges. They also offer horse rides."
"We stayed here for two nights and found the B&B very welcoming. It was very quiet during our stay (even though it was over the weekend, when some of the local people come and use the pool). The pool is lovely and the countryside around is very peaceful. The room was comfortable with two twin beds located above us in a sort-of loft-area. We had a lovely meal cooked by us by the host on one evening which was really delicious - saved us going back into town. The family dog is very friendly too. fyi - There is a new, very long road to the approach of the B&B, which we nearly turned around and gave up as the Sat Nav got very confused (Google Maps hadn't been updated yet), so if you find yourself in this position, keep on going, and you will come to the large gates at the very end of the new road. The breakfast was very basic, but okay for the couple of days were were here and you are not close to anything (you definitely need a car)."
"We visited here last week and stayed two nights. The property is rural, as you'd expect and even though we arrived very late , after 11pm, we got a lovely welcome from the owner. I had told her we would be arriving late. After a quick registration we collapsed into bed as we were very tired. Our room and bathroom were spotlessly clean and had everything you could want, including air con. I took a quick peak at the outdoor pool the next morning & it looked very enticing indeed should one want to lounge around and read a book. We were on a mission to see the antiquities, so up early and off out! Breakfast both days was very good. We had the evening meal one night and it was good value. We drank a great bottle of local wine; don't hesitate. This is a lovely place to stay, and is good value. The only thing to be aware of is that if using GPS from Catania airport as we were, you need to be very careful. I would set the destination as Caltigirone and then switch when closer. We didn't and ended up being taken a very circuitous route. When getting near the house, keep your eyes peeled for helpful signs at the nearest roundabout. They were the reason we found the entrance!"
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4




4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Cda Bellia Ss 117Bis, Piazza Armerina, Sicily, Italy
"I chose Al Ritrovo so we could drive there from Catania airport without having to navigate through Piazza Armerina in the dark. We did not arrive at the hotel in the best of moods. After chaos at the airport car rental desk, and then the chaos of Sicilian road signs, we arrived after their restaurant had closed, and most things were in darkness. So we went to bed tired and hungry. Luckily the bed was comfortable, and the room quiet (even though the hotel is sandwiched between two roads), so we slept well. And breakfast was worth waiting for. Served in the sunny walled garden, there was a good spread of sweet and savoury. We left much happier than we arrived! Maybe next time we might get to try the restaurant."
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6




3.6/5
10 Reviews
Contrada San Mauro Sotto S N, Province of Catania, Sicily, Italy
"This was our favorite place in all of Sicily. I was baffled at the negative comments left by others so I want to share our personal thoughts (perhaps lengthy) if for no other reason than to thank the hosts for our wonderful experience. My husband and I spent 14 nights in Sicily each night at another location depending where we ended our day. We found Colle San Mauro available on a booking website. I always quickly glance at the negative comments and laughed out loud at one complaint that there was no other restaurant nearby and they had difficulty getting back there late at night after dinner and wine in Caltagirone. Seriously? The reason to choose an agrihotel is the peace and tranquility of being remote and taking advantage of having a meal onsite prepared with their own fresh ingredients and to avoid the hassle of driving and parking especially after a full meal with alcohol. So I phoned the property requesting a room and dinner. We arrived thankfully just before dark. Yes it was a bit out if the way, yes it is not the easiest drive. But the turnoffs were sufficiently marked. We went into the restaurant and asked about the room. The owner took us to the reception area where we met the man I had spoken to. We asked if we could have a quick swim before dinner which was fine and we asked for dinner at 8:30. He said dinner was at 8:00 so we hurried. The pool.....gorgeous, amazing, and beautiful with the lighting and surroundings. This is the deepest pool I ever encountered. Even the shallower end I could barely stand. We arrived at dinner to see every room had a reserved table set with wine and water. We did not find menus; however, shortly afterwards, waiters appeared from the kitchen with trays of appetizers. We now understood why we were told 8:00. It was a set menu served banquet style. The appetizer plate was a variety of 10 or maybe 12 different items. Next came a plate of two different pastas with sauces. We are not fussy eaters so we actually welcomed the suspense of wondering what would come next. The meat was a pork with porcini mushrooms. All was delicious and with no indication what the dinner would cost, we resigned ourselves that this would be our ‘extravagant’ night. The hotel has obviously undergone major renovation. Our room was nice and spacious with an old style but modern comfort. Ok not everything was perfect....it missed a light fixture (a bare bulb) and the shower could use a small tray to hold soap. Also the electic socket did not fit the plug of the provided hairdryer. But, we really did not care about this minutiae. Every new or re-construction has little things that are still in the works. We get that. The following morning we had a wonderful breakfast! I was enthusiastic to see more of the property, especially the horses as I was missing mine at home terribly and was eager for the familiar feeling of one between my hands again. Sadly we had a downpour of rain and when it finally subsided, we decided"
"We were fortunate enough to spend a couple of days here last month. It's located in a lovely site with all the amenities one could hope for. The décor is wonderful. Classy, warm and inviting. Cleanliness is of the utmost. The four meals we enjoyed were top notch. A definite winner!"
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7




0/5
0 Reviews
Viale Generale Ciancio 68, Piazza Armerina, Sicily, Italy
"Property Location With a stay at Hotel Gangi in Piazza Armerina, you'll be minutes from Casa Museo del Contadino and close to Museo della Civiltà Mineraria. This hotel is within close proximity of Domus Artis and Chiesa di San Rocco. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 18 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms feature showers, designer toiletries, and bidets. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, gift shops/newsstands, and a television in a common area. Dining Take advantage of the hotel's room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Free self parking is available onsite."
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8




3.9/5
10 Reviews
Via Monsignor Fasola 3, Caltagirone, Sicily, Italy
"Set in its garden, Hotel Villa Sturzo offers spacious rooms with air conditioning. Located 3 km from the centre of Caltagirone, it offers free Wi-Fi throughout, a bar, and free private parking. The rooms are decorated in a classic style, featuring wooden furnishings together with colourful details. Each room has a TV, and an en suite bathroom complete with free toiletries and hairdryer. Some also have panoramic views of the Etna volcano. Breakfast is served daily in the dining room, and it consists of sweet croissants together with juice or hot drinks. Villa Sturzo Hotel’s bar serves drinks throughout the day. A bus stop with direct links to the city centre is just 100 metres from the hotel. Catania Fontanarossa Airport is a 1-hour drive away."
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9




4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
C.da Albanazzo - Corvacchio, Province of Catania, Sicily, Italy
"From the very beginning, we were amazed by the hospitality from everyone in Villa D'Andrea. Sig. Luigi welcomed us outside the check in hours, as we had unexpected issues with our rental car, without even mentioning it. The breakfasts were amazing - we got spoiled by Sig.ra Pina with various cakes every morning, accompanied by home made jams, cookies and much more. The pool was clean and with a beautiful view, and we were provided sunbeds as soon as we approached the pool. Even though we were planning on having dinner elsewhere each day, we have decided to stay in and try out the specialties of Villa, all prepared with home grown ingredients. From cold cuts, over pasta to pizza and meat dishes, everything, without an exception was extraordinary. As a favourite, I would point out Paccheri with pistachio cream and bacon - although everything was extra delicious, this dish has a special place in my heart (and stomach). What made all our evenings even better was Nero d'Avola wine made by Sg. Luigi's son, Francesco. So much so, that we have left some of our belongings on Sicily, simply to make space in our suitcases to take the wine back home. Apart from making delicious wine, Francesco, along with his father, brothers and the rest of the staff, has put great effort into making us feel special and cared for, constantly checking in on us, offering advice and seeking feedback. Not only have we found perfect accommodation at Villa D'Andrea, but also a place which we will gladly come back to, and people we can call our friends. There are no words with which we could express our gratitude to everyone at Villa D'Andrea for making this vacation unforgettable."
"Wonderful clean rooms, amazing food served with a passion, wonderful staff and most of all wonderful amazing host. 3rd time that i visited this place and so beautiful that we took an english couple with us to experience this wonderful holiday."
"As usual this place is in top of our list. We simply cannot complain about anything. The service the food the atmosphere and most of all it is family runned and they always make you feel welcomed. Well done Luigi."
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10




4.3/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Contrada Torre Di Renda 1, Piazza Armerina, Sicily, Italy
"We stayed here for a night half-board. It's well signposted and easy to find - and in a lovely location, on the side of a hill opposite the impressive Duomo of Piazza Armerina. Our room was clean, comfortable and quiet. We didn't use the lovely swimming pool, but instead went for a walk accompanied by two of the Torres di Renda's dogs. There are 4 walks in the hill around the hotel, ranging from 'easy' to 'challenging'. Dinner was a 4-course feast, comprising a very generous antipasti course, pasta, mixed grill and salad, and fresh fruit for dessert. There is no choice of menu: you get what they cook on the day, but I would happily eat anything they put in front of me. It was all delicious. It was all such excellent value for money that we are thinking that, from now on, we should stay at agroturismos rather than hotels when travelling in Italy. And we got a better wifi connection at the Torre di Renda than we did at a couple of (quite expensive) 4-star hotels prior to our visit. Would definitely go there again."
"My husband and I stayed here for one night and really enjoyed the quiet and peaceful location. Our room was adequate, but on the third floor, so quite a haul with our luggage. We managed. The front desk staff person didn’t speak much English, but this is Italy after all, so we managed. The pool was wonderful. Just the right temperature and very quiet. The dinner is served in a lovely dining room and the food was excellent. We had breakfast in the same room overlooking the valley and it was very good. The automatic cappuccino machine wasn’t working well so they made us cappuccinos at the bar. Unlike others, we had some trouble finding this place. We were relying on our gps and it led us on some roads that hadn’t seen a car in quite some time! Once we back tracked and reset the gps we had better luck and we found the signs which were very helpful."
"Piazza Armerina is the perfect base to visit Sicily from. Easy drive to Catania, Enna. Marina di Ragusa etc. etc. The hosts were accommodating with requests for coffee in the room early in the morning or an unplanned evening meal at short notice. Very peaceful surroundings within a few minutes drive from Piazza Armerina. Our dog became friends with the two docile dogs and two cuddly cats. Plenary of walking and trekking opportunities from Torre di Renda"
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