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“This hotel occupies a thoughtfully restored feudo in southeast Sicily dated to 1700. Rooms are in the property's former palmento and boast exposed stone walls and local artisan pieces; the best suite is split level and has a living area. Dine at the hotel restaurant; an authentic country bolt-hole.”

“This hotel occupies a thoughtfully restored feudo in southeast Sicily dated to 1700. Rooms are in the property's former palmento and boast exposed stone walls and local artisan pieces; the best suite is split level and has a living area. Dine at the hotel restaurant; an authentic country bolt-hole.”

Hotel Review

The verdant countryside of southeast Sicily is replete with feudi, country farm estates set within the peaceful, unspoiled landscape; nestled on the edge of an impressive nature reserve, the hotel Wine Relais Feudi del Pisciotto offers visitors the best of Sicilian countryside tradition and its grapes. Guest rooms are located in the estate's former palmento, where many of the building's original features have been preserved; soft furnishings are minimal, with a select few artisanal pieces leaving the heritage property to do most of the talking. Expect original exposed stone walls, heavy iron doors and wooden ceilings. There is a large outdoor pool with pretty views over the landscape, plus an indoor spa with a sauna and Turkish bath. Guests can sample wines from the hotel's winery at a wine tasting, or try a glass to accompany a dish at the hotel restaurant, which serves a refreshing seafood menu. Whether you prefer to sunbathe and snooze or explore the vineyard and nearby towns, the friendly staff are on hand to help you plan an itinerary. A refined and relaxed country escape.
Recommended for
  • Hideaway
  • Nestled in the countryside in southeast Sicily, this hotel makes a great hideaway holiday destination
  • Back to Nature
  • Perched on the edge of a huge natural reserve, this hotel makes a great escape to nature
  • Families
  • The split-level suite is perfect for families travelling with older children
 

Written by HG Staff

Recommended For

  • Hideaway
  • Nestled in the countryside in southeast Sicily, this hotel makes a great hideaway holiday destination
  • Back to Nature
  • Perched on the edge of a huge natural reserve, this hotel makes a great escape to nature
  • Families
  • The split-level suite is perfect for families travelling with older children
  • Great walks
  • Explore the neighbouring Niscemi Nature Reserve on a long walk; enquire at the hotel for recommended routes
  • Wine tasting
  • Enjoy a wine tasting at the hotel, which has its own winery with a modern cellar
  • Sights nearby
  • Visit the nearby Baroque towns of Ragusa, Modica and Scicli
  • Pet friendly
  • No extra charges
  • Charming
  • Traditional
  • Luxury
  • Intimate
  • Romantic
  • Secluded setting
  • Remote
  • Owner managed
  • Quiet
  • Barefoot Luxury
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Disabled access
  • Retro/Vintage
  • Child friendly
  • In/by a Nature Reserve
  • Historic
  • Restaurant
  • Spa

Facilities

  • Pet friendly
  • No extra charges
  • Sauna/Steam
  • Bar
  • Concierge
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Parking
  • Wifi
  • Child friendly
  • Spa
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Garden
  • Sitting Room
  • Disabled access
  • Suites
  • Air conditioning

Activities

  • Great walks
  • Explore the neighbouring Niscemi Nature Reserve on a long walk; enquire at the hotel for recommended routes
  • Wine tasting
  • Enjoy a wine tasting at the hotel, which has its own winery with a modern cellar
  • Sights nearby
  • Visit the nearby Baroque towns of Ragusa, Modica and Scicli

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Wine Relais Feudi del Pisciotto

Wine lovers will appreciate a stay on this impressive estate set in the hinterland of south-east Sicily. It’s well off the beaten track, so nearby attractions are not plentiful, but the combination of peace and quiet, a sense of history, 21st-century amenities, plus excellent food and wine, will compensate.

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)