nicely furnished, sandy beaches, Marzamemi, restaurants, panoramic terrace
Nina Schuttert / Giulia Tiriticco / Kirsten Eijkelenboom / Giulia Lattanzio
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About Nina Schuttert / Giulia Tiriticco / Kirsten Eijkelenboom / Giulia Lattanzio
We have been with Homeaway since 2006, proposing houses that are able to unfold Sicily's colours and charm at best. Houses with quality furnishing in unique locations, with incredible views or with a pool, always accurately selected in order to satisfy our main wish: to see you falling in love with Sicily just like we did. We provide you with transparent information and true pictures. What you see is exactly what you get. We will advise you as much as we can about travel info, transfers and car rental. Dinners in villas and other extra services can also be arranged. Finally, our prices are final rates! There are no hidden additional costs. We are flexible with your arrivals and departures and if you need a late check-in this is usually possible.
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Fantastic seeview, comfortable appartment
This apartment has a nice interior and an astonishing seeview. You can have breakfast at the balcony. Every morning we go for a small walk to get the nice Italian sweets and good coffee at the bakery and consumed it back at the apartment. Life isn't gonna be any better. Marzememi is lovely, maybe a bit crowded at he weekends, and it's a foodlovers paradise. Noto, Siracusa, Ragusa are in reach.
Lovely apartment in a beautiful town.
Well kept apartment with fantastic views. We did not have any issues with air conditioning, nor any of the problems mentioned in other reviews. We would stay here again and loved the area. Our only suggestion would be for a few more bits of kitchen equipment and more comfortable seating for the balcony, but these are minor concerns. Thanks for a lovely stay!
Beech Hut Shabby Chic
We had a lovely welcome from the key holder who was waiting for us outside the apartment.
We were very apprehensive since reading previous reviews about this property being tired and worn out. Okay, this is not a brand new apartment but it is by no means tired and worn out.
We found the place clean and tidy and well equipped, easily large enough for 4 people with one of best views in town.
The AC works perfectly well in the bedrooms if you keep the living room door shut. If you find the rest of the apartment too warm then try staying in a cooler country next time.
The one downside was the hot water situation. We seemed to be competing with the people downstairs to see who got to use it first? That said, in such a hot. climate I was more than happy to have a lukewarm shower and to boil a kettle for the dishes.
Clean bed linen after the first week would have been a bonus.
Thanks to all involved for a lovely holiday 😊
Dont be fooled by photgraphs - old pictures apartment needs decorating throughout
Upon arrival met cordially by Pino and Enzo OK.Stairwell smelt stale and uninviting.Knew as soon as entered apartment not going to be good nor to match description on website booking details. Our expectations were higher of this apartment.The welcome pack was 1 bottle of water and 1 bottle of wine- arrived Sunday afternoon - all "one grocery shop" in Mazermemi closed - could be more generous- milk for example. Disgusted by the very dirty net curtains at patio doors- curtains need replacing- doors need oiling so the slide better - all furniture both inside and out very sticky to touch felt dirty and grubby.The towels were disgusting (after complaining these were replaced with new ) why were they not there in first place.The furniture on balcony needed cleaning and painting as did the cupboard on balcony.The main bedroom- bed was 2 single mattresses of different heights these were old as well- the bed linen was old / grey and looked dirty to start with. This was rectified after another complaint. The pillows are all stained and need throwing away.How you could put 2 x children in back bedroom would be very uncomfortable.The shower all black round the doors.The air conditioning not adequate for apartment - did not push any cold air into lounge /diner this was permanently like an oven.Overall Marzamemi disappointed us - could be a very charming village if the locals addressed the dog mess and household rubbish on streets- why only 2 stars- the view from balcony.
Good location but apartment tired.
A map to find the property would help. Only thing in starter pack, cheap bottle of wine that was impossible to open. Arrived on a Sunday and gas immediately run out so not even possible to boil a kettle. Gas replaced first thing Monday but should have been checked.
Apartment tired, with poor quality towels, bed linen, terrace furniture poor and generally needs redocorating. Table, chairs all sticky needs better cleaning. Apartment fine for two but would be too small for 2 couples.Air conditioning struggles to keep apartment cool.
Fantastic - perfect location
Very nice place, right by the sea
Marzamemi is an ancient fishing village in the extreme South-East of Sicily with a small port and vividly painted boats. The tradition of all things marine is still very much alive in Marzamemi today. Only recently has it become a popular destination for Italians who enjoy the combination of the area’s natural beaches and the vibrancy of an authentic coastal village. The village boasts many restaurants, pizzerias and shops selling delicious local produce such as locally caught and processed tuna and swordfish or the famous cherry tomatoes from nearby Pachino. San Lorenzo, 2 km up north, marks the beginning of one of the most beautiful stretches of the Sicilian coast. Here the shore is characterised by golden sand beaches, turquoise seas and white limestone rocks. San Lorenzo borders on the natural reserve of ‘Vendicari’. Here you’ll find a breathtaking variety of Mediterranean flora and fauna, exotic beaches and Byzantine ruins.
Other Activities: Visiting Noto, Modica, Ragusa Ibla, Syracuse and Roman Mosaics of Villa Tellaro