La tua Vacanza al Mare in Italia: perfetta in Famiglia in Gruppo e con gli Amici!

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  Contrada Cerrano 36 - 64028 Silvi (Teramo)
Tel: +39 085 9354033 mobile +39 320 2504905
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The beauty of the place, totally forward towards the sea, set apart but easy to reach at the same time, and the love for our own region, have push us to bring again to a new vitality the ancient hamlet, restoring it with passion and care for the details. In the restoring it has been used the same techniques and the same materials of once, so as to exalt and keep inalterable the original charm and the typical hospitality and to assure in the meantime any modern comforts.


The Restaurant and the good cooking

Once house for all the country work tools, is now a  pretty and little warm dining-room. The roof with the ancient wooden girders and the shaded roof tiles, the brick fire-place, the old and always dear country tools hanging on the wall make magic and cosy the atmosphere: ideal to enjoy the typical cuisine and to taste a glass of a good Abruzzo Montepulciano and Trebbiano wine. The passion for cooking, the genuine of our own products and the loving care in  creating tasty recipes let our food be a greedy appointment not to be missed

…Open air life

The largeness of the farm and the wide proposal of its facilities let our guests spend agreeable days at the farm: the swimming-pool surrounded by olive trees and facing the sea, the solarium and the chess table under the wine pergola, the romantic walk to the old well, the bowling-alley, the ping-pong and the soccer table, the kids games and the beautiful tavern with a little library, all are at full disposal to let guests enjoy the quiet rhythm of a farmstay holidays. And also more, the “piazzetta” Le Macine, full of atmosphere, where guests gather to dine under the starry sky of the countryside and enchant themselves in front of the crackling fire of the wood-oven, and the “Belvedere”, where the view goes from the majesty of the mountains to the  blue of the sea, to loose then into the pleasure of a silent reading under the shadow of the little wood.