Rustic Chic Holiday Rental in Medieval Village near Pescara, ItalySanto Stefano di Sessanio, Abruzzo (Italy)
Rustic Chic Holiday Rental in Medieval Village near Pescara, Italy
This superb old-fashioned yet luxurious room in a medieval Italian village will blow guests away with its comfortable amenities. Guests will enjoy relaxing in the convivial leaving room with its luxurious table and chairs. There is one king sized bed with four pillows, cotton sheets, and a wool mattress on a wooden plank, based on a wrought iron structure. There is a hand-woven wool blanket with patterns from the regional tradition that will keep guests warm and cozy next to the fireplace. For guests convenience and comfort, there is a hairdryer, towels, handcrafted candles, Saponaccio for the bath tub, handcrafted shampoo and soaps, daily housekeeping service, water in the room, and liquor in the living room.
This hotel offers complementary Wi-Fi access, a luggage store room, concierge service, and parking.
- 1 King-size bed
- Linens and pillows
- 1 King-size bed
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Check-in: 03:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
Children between 0-2 years can stay free of charge (baby cot on request); an extra bed is $39 per person, per night.
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Location and surroundings
Santo Stefano di Sessanio, Abruzzo (Italy)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Horseback riding
- Wine tasting
This hotel offers numerous exclusive activities for guests:
On the Pastures with Mimì:
Visit the farm on which Mimì has been working as a shepherd since his childhood, when he started to graze the small flock belonging to his family and to learn all the hidden secrets of his land.
A two-hours course, getting to know the Chef and cooking utensils, preparing of dishes like "spaghetti alla chitarra” and ravioli, “pallotte” of bread and cheese, plus typical sweets “ferratelle”, all using local ingredients with a subsequent tasting session.
With the help of a local housewife, guests will prepare the mixture for pizza and bread using ancient and traditional wooden instruments. The bread is then cooked in an authentic wood-burning oven of XVI century.
A ‘sweet’ lesson of few hours to learn how to make small cakes and typical cookies of Abruzzo, such as ‘ferratelle’, milk biscuits and ‘ciambellini’, cooked in an authentic wood-burning oven.
Try making cloth with ancient techniques and instruments. After a short introduction in the weaving art, Gianna will help make the original cloth.
Soap Making Class:
The “secret” recipe to make soap was entrusted to the memory of the women, passed down from one generation to another within the same family, and it will be revealed to guests by a trusted artisan perfumer.