Monaci Delle Terre Nere Is The Perfect Sicilian Farmhouse

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Planning a vacation to Europe? Maybe Sicilia, Italy? If so, Monaci delle Terre Nere is the place for you to accommodate. An 18th century house that today is a small hotel with six rooms was designed and created by the owner, Guido Coffa. Everywhere there’s a scent of old, mixed with new. Stone walls, vintage inspired furniture and a nice view from the window to the garden, but you can also find contemporary elements of design, to bring you back to the future, in 2012.

The house is being placed on a slope of Mount Etna, so the surroundings are amazing, with dense forests. Wood, stone and glass are the three elements used in each room and there’s obvious the attention for details. Unlike other hotel rooms, these six are very spacious, so chic and they are especially made for the clients to feel comfortable, worriless and spend an amazing time at this Sicilian farmhouse.

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