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Visited the Feudo for dinner, the location is nice in the countryside the hotel is beautiful with a big outdoor swimming pool.
We visited in the evening to have dinner in the terrace, the food was good and staff very corteous and welcoming.
Stayed here for 2 nights, where we had a spacious room looking out onto the valley and mountains. Most amazing views ever, wherever you look. The grounds are surrounded by vineyards and olive trees. The hotel is right in front of Etna as well, so...More
We stayed for two nights and found the whole experience amazing. We had dinner both nights and also drank the vino rosso grown on the grounds. Nothing was too much trouble. We were already thinking of returning in the near future.
We just stayed 5 nights at the place kicking off our Sicily tour.
Very nice private hotel 5-10 minutes outside of Randazzo by car in the old vinery on the north side of the Ethna.
We had a spacious 2 room suite (bedroom with rooftop...More
Three friends stayed for two nights at the end of June in this beautifully located vineyard hotel in the foothills of Mount Etna. From the time we arrived to our departure two days later, we have nothing but praise for the staff, welcoming, friendly and...More
It was really not difficult for us to find the hotel . Just think that the hotel is not located in the main road catania-randazzo , but in the next one , parallel to this one in the north . Try to find it in a satellite web... More
It was really not difficult for us to find the hotel . Just think that the hotel is not located in the main road catania-randazzo , but in the next one , parallel to this one in the north . Try to find it in a satellite web , its easy and a big help .
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"Room 203 was quiet and had a great view of the vineyards, orchards and mountains. (Not the Mt. Etna side.)"