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Azienda Agrituristica Seliano

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#6 of 36 B&Bs / Inns in Paestum
Finding an ideal romantic guest house in Paestum does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Azienda Agrituristica Seliano, a nice option for travelers like you. While staying at Azienda Agrituristica Seliano, visitors can check out Temple of Athena (1.6 mi) and Chiesa della SS. Annunziata (1.7 mi), some of Paestum's top attractions. Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning and a mosquito net, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the guest house. The property also features a pool and free breakfast to make your visit even more pleasant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking. While in Paestum, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Azienda Agrituristica Seliano, including Ristorante da Nonna Sceppa (0.8 mi), Osteria Arbustico (1.0 mi), and La Pergola (1.2 mi). Paestum is also known for some great ancient ruins, including Templi Greci di Paestum, Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Paestum, and Il Tempio di Nettuno o Poseidone o di Hera II, which are not too far from Azienda Agrituristica Seliano Hotel. Azienda Agrituristica Seliano looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Paestum.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
Airport transportation
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor pool
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Shuttle Bus Service
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What an amazing place. It was our first time visiting Italy as a family and we are so glad that we chose Seliano. It was beautiful and rustic, proper Italy. The food was incredible; homemade mozzarella, pasta, fresh meats, delicious deserts, great wine, and so on... The communal eating was something we were not used to but ended up being really great, we met lots of amazing families and people. The staff there put us to shame: the most hard working people we have ever met. One man who we believe was called Jean Paulo was amazing!! Worked so hard all day long; cleaned the pool in the morning, gardened all day, and served the food in the evening. There were dogs wandering round, however they were all either friendly or weren't bothered by you, and you could tell that they were loved by all who worked there. Overall, an excellent place, would recommend for all kinds of people.
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This was our fourth or fifth visit, which I guess says a lot already. The property is set back from the road to Paestum (temples) the track to the Azienda is about a kilometre and you do wonder what you will find at the end, as the immediate area of Carpaccio isn’t terribly inspiring it is not Tuscany or Umbria, however what you do find is a wonderful retreat, lovely swimming pool, interesting rooms furnished in a shabby chic way that’s the bedrooms and the couple of communal areas. The highlight is the food, the evening meal where you are served a fantastic array of dishes based on the Buffalo and Mozzarella and local vegetables and daily made pasta dishes it is a real treat and of course the accompanying wine. You all sit at one long table hosted by the famous Nicola a multilingual charmer. My caveat here is to make the most of your time in Seliano and the reason my wife and our two friends have visited multiple times is that we have always met and enjoyed the company of so many fascinating people, people who are there for the history of the area Paestum Temples, the food, the chilling of the pool and ambiance. So if you go, be prepared to get involved.
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Dogs walking thru the dining room. No television.just didn't like the feel of the place. We declined breakfast as we don't approve of animals in accommodation that we are paying for. Stzyed 1 nt but we were booked for 4.
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My wife and I enjoy staying in the country more than the city, and we looked forward to our stay at this family-run compound a few miles from Paestum. We learned about it from reviews on Trip Advisor. It is about a mile down a gravel road from the highway and would be a difficult place to stay for anyone traveling without a car or bicycle. Our confirmation email didn't mention a check-in time. We arrived a few minutes before 2:00, thinking we'd leave our bags if our room wasn't ready. A large luncheon party was being served in the outside dining area. We walked around the property, searching for a reception desk or someone who might check us in. The only office we found was obviously part of the family home and was unoccupied. Eventually I approached one of the servers at the luncheon. When I said we had an overnight reservation, she directed us to a table in a vacant area, asked us to wait ten minutes, and brought us water. After thirty minutes I went to find her and to ask whether we could leave our bags and come back later. I don’t speak Italian, and I don't know if she understood my English. She took us to the Tower room, which was still being cleaned. I explained that, when I booked, Ettore, the patriarch of the family, said the Tower room wasn't available. She said it was our room and gave us the key. We drove to visit the Paestum ruins and returned before dinner time. At dinner we were asked by a server to sit at a long table set for overnight guests in the outdoor dining area. We shared it with a family from Switzerland, a couple from the Netherlands, and a couple from Germany. Everyone spoke English, and it was great fun to share travel stories. Dinner included lots of starters, a main course of beef and deep-fried zucchini, local red wine and dessert. The quantity of food wasn't overwhelming, and everyone left the table full and satisfied. The next morning I met Mossimino, the son of the family, after I asked the server at breakfast whom I should pay. He led me to the office I had found unoccupied the day before. It was cluttered, but he seemed to have everything under control, and he was cordial. The price for room, dinner, and breakfast was quite reasonable. We didn't have time to use the large and beautiful swimming pool. We admired the gardens and plants as we strolled around. Although the Tower room is unique, it isn't particularly comfortable. The door to the room is on the second floor of the circular building known as the Tower, accessed by an outdoor staircase. The door opens into the bedroom, which is quaint but not very big. One corner of the room is occupied by a narrow, circular steel stairway that goes through the ceiling to the bathroom. The bathroom occupies the third floor, so it’s large, but the beams are low enough to bump your head, and there are no surfaces on which to place your toiletries. Getting up and down the stairs in the middle of the night was a challenge, and I'm fairly agile. Near the pool there was a modern building that appeared to contain about six guest rooms. We looked at it when we were trying to check in. From our glimpse through open doors, we concluded these rooms would be the most comfortable ones. As we were leaving, the outdoor dining area was being set up for a large 50th wedding anniversary party. The staff was so busy with groups both days that they didn't seem to have time for us. While we didn't feel welcomed into the family, as some reviewers have described, we enjoyed ourselves. Personal experiences with the family would be more apt to occur at less busy times. We were happy with our stay, and if you’re comfortable with an unstructured approach to guests, you will be too. Just don't expect an innkeeper to come running out to greet you. You'll have to find him or her.
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We have been staying at Seliano for the past 10 years, the reasons for this are many: Food, people, location, relaxed atmosphere, the people we have met, the pool and the location (beaches and historic monuments). Each time we stay its so easy to be reminded of why we do, this is proper Italy, its a farm, its so not a 5 star heartless hotel - so expect nature and all that it offers. The staff are amazing, nothing is too much bother. As mentioned we have visited many times, either as twosome or as a clan of 15. The family rooms by the pool are the best, go for the dinner/bed and breakfast option. We love you Tenuto, please keep doing what you do.
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$95 - $141 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
azienda agrituristica seliano hotel paestum
ItalyCampaniaProvince of SalernoCapaccio-PaestumPaestum
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