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All reviews mt etna wine cellar the owner etna rosso a wonderful stay cakes olive groves amazing views wine press north side food and wine take home room was large first floor stayed one night hotel is beautiful wine making
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Reviewed September 7, 2018

Nice location very well restored with a beautiful patio and charming restaurant. The swimming pool gives the possibility to relax after a walk on the Etna or the close village of Randazzo. Russell the waiter of Feudo Vagliasindi is nice and very kind. The owners are managing the hotels in excellent manner. Don't loose to visit the canteen.

Stayed: August 2018
3  Thank cerretc
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Reviewed September 5, 2018 via mobile

Arriving at Feudo Vagliasindi we couldn’t believe our luck. The views from all directions are incredible and the house is beautiful.

I will get the not so good things out of the way first: there was an event on so at first we felt a bit forgotten about - there wasn’t a lot to do as the wine tasting we’d booked was cancelled. The rooms are in desperate need of some artwork (the odd photos really cheapen it) and they have those awful wall-mounted hairdryers only ever seen elsewhere in public swimming pools. Breakfast was also disappointing- the land around etna is famous for its pistacchios, honey, figs etc and none of this was on offer.

The better bit: while we were left to our own devices we enjoyed some excellent wine with the terrace to ourselves and watched the sun set over etna. The Bangladeshi man looked after us very well while set up for the event went on. The event on that evening happened to have a live jazz band who were brilliant and a buffet (the cost of our wine tasting was deducted from this for us) and the next day when everything had calmed down we were invited by the owner to go to the neighbouring vineyard owned by Giuseppe for a tour that was one of the highlights of our trip. The fifth star gets added back on!

Over all - this is a special place and we’d love to come back. Would recommend it to anyone.

Stayed: August 2018, traveled as a couple
2  Thank Mrs_Gherkins
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Reviewed August 12, 2018

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: May 2018
2  Thank Silvia79k
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Reviewed August 4, 2018 via mobile

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 it was wonderful just to sit on the terrace and drink their wine and look at the beautiful volcano in a totally relaxed atmosphere.

I really wanted to give this place 4/5 but the service was simply lacking. During our visit, there was quite a bit of miscommunication (mostly due to staff not really speaking any English) and lack of attention, which is a real shame because it’s a beautiful place and they serve an amazing dinner (some of the best food I’ve had in Italy). Another thing is, hardly any of the staff seemed to know much about the wine produced, which is also a shame when you work on a farm/vineyard.

The breakfast was nice but missing some of the healthy stuff. No fruit of vegetables (even though it’s on an organic farm).

On the second night at dinner, we were seated but waited 20 minutes just to get menu cards, while the waitress walking around us was busy setting tables. Our dinner then came very quickly but was served in weird order where the bread and our drinks came last.

It’s a nice place but there’s definitely room for improvement. Otherwise we had a nice time and loved trying their local wine.

Stayed: August 2018, traveled as a couple
1  Thank misslovgreen
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Reviewed August 3, 2018 via mobile

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.

Stayed: August 2018, traveled with family
2  Thank Steveyboy17
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