According to a survey executed last year in Italy to analyze the phenomenon of bed and breakfast and their spread on the peninsula, it turns out that every year there are 8 million overnight stays made at this type of facility. Unlike what one might think, one of the first things that drives customers to choose a bed and breakfast is not the savings but the kind of warm and familiar welcome typical of these facilities and the attention to breakfast that guests prefer if it is prepared with genuine food, even better if they come directly from the place they are staying.
The growing success of bed and breakfast has led to the opening of many such structures throughout Italy, especially in areas of nature, to provide guests with a relaxing and quiet holiday to regenerate.
One of these, immersed in a breathtaking scenery like Sicily, is Kinanto Bioresort, located in Ispica. This particular bed and brekafast, an old home used for the grape harvest, has been restored by reclaiming some of the original stones of the structure. In this bed and breakfast there is an enriched garden with aromatic plants always available to guests.
The rooms are all very large and bright and some are real mini apartments that arrive up to 40 sqm. Kinanto Bioresort is definitely a new generation bed and breakfast. There is a saltwater swimming pool, an area dedicated to athletes, a private car park and free bicycles for pleasant walks in nature. To enhance your relaxation and tranquility, this charming bed and breakfast offers its guests the chance to enjoy a sunset with sea view and to taste some delicacies prepared with local flavors.
For those who want to discover another pearl of Italy, Apulia, Charminly has also selected in this region some charming bed and breakfasts to discover. Among them, today we recommend Masseria Spartivento, a building nestled in the green not far from Lecce and Otranto, two of the most important cities of Apulia.
Not far from this bed and breakfast there is also the coastal area for the lovers of the sea who decide to visit the region in the spring and summer, the best seasons to enjoy the utmost beauty of these places where the wild and unspoilt nature you will conquer at first glance.
This manor house, built in the 1500’s, has been restored and is now run by Patrizia and Arianna who personally devote themselves to preparing the rich breakfast served to guests on the terrace every morning to admire the surrounding landscape.
The rooms, five in all, are decorated with typical Apulian elements and rustic wooden furniture that make the environment more welcoming. All rooms have independent access to the olive grove on the ground floor, pets are allowed and the property’s swimming pool is available.