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Suite Jesu Baroni Giampiccolo Suites

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1 bedroom
1 bathroom
4 guests
2 nights minimum
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Elena, Maria grace and Simonetta are the last heirs of one of the oldest aristocratic families ible, the Barons Giampiccolo of Camerana are in fact counted in the "reveal" of the Spaniards of the '500 Ximancas files between the aristocracy of rank. The real estate assets of the family includes some of the most beautiful buildings in Ragusa and perhaps the most important UNESCO site of the city that is best known as the palace Battle-Giampiccolo. The building, whose first construction dates back to 1724 at the hands of Grandonio Battle of Torrevecchia Baron, was then completed after 1729 and designed by the famous Baroque architect Rosario Gagliardi. In 1756 Giorgio Giampiccolo of Camerana wife Vincenza Battaglia and begins construction of their residence in the north wing of the building, ...Elena, Maria grace and Simonetta are the last heirs of one of the oldest aristocratic families ible, the Barons Giampiccolo of Camerana are in fact counted in the "reveal" of the Spaniards of the '500 Ximancas files between the aristocracy of rank. The real estate assets of the family includes some of the most beautiful buildings in Ragusa and perhaps the most important UNESCO site of the city that is best known as the palace Battle-Giampiccolo. The building, whose first construction dates back to 1724 at the hands of Grandonio Battle of Torrevecchia Baron, was then completed after 1729 and designed by the famous Baroque architect Rosario Gagliardi. In 1756 Giorgio Giampiccolo of Camerana wife Vincenza Battaglia and begins construction of their residence in the north wing of the building, which is the current residence of Giampiccolo sisters, and it is for this reason that the beautiful facade of the palace stands the double coat of arms stone Battle of the two-Giampiccolo families. Ancient accommodations in Ragusa Elena, Maria Grazia Simonetta and therefore offer a hospitality of its ancient tradition in the heart of the medieval and baroque city of Ragusa. The reception at the palace will host a privileged visit to the beautiful aristocratic house still furnished with '700 furniture while breakfast will be served in the old "Vignano", the palace terrace, which offers a stunning view of the dome St. George and the urban landscape till high valley dell 'Irminio. Guests can choose between different types of rooms; the palace is available the "mezzalino noble", a suite of rooms with '700 decorated ceilings and stucco, while the other two suites are located 200 meters away and just next to the square of the Cathedral of St. George. This site is perhaps historically even more important than the building itself as thirteenth environments definitely belonging to a Cistercian monastery, survived the earthquake of 1693. During the restoration work for the realization of the rooms have emerged a stunning stone arch of exquisite Arabic-Norman features ( fires to one-third of the light), a cross vault with ribs in clamped ashlars according to a type that is not reflected in ibleo (archivolts Arabic-Norman in Palermo). The two suites, the "Arab-Norman" who has the ability to accommodate two guests plus one and that of "Jesu" which overlooks the valley of the beautiful monastery of Santa Maria di Gesu two plus two places are naturally air-conditioned and furnished with furniture of family time; each suite has available a firing point for the SelfCooking. Services Whether you want to stop in Ragusa, or use it as a starting point for introspection of the rich ibleo (Modica, Scicli, Noto etc.); Elena, Maria Grazia and Simonetta are happy to suggest guests the best routes, the most interesting gastronomic addresses, trekking and mountain bike excursions with departures directly from the palace to visit all the surrounding quarries Ragusa rich in archaeological sites, mills and with an extraordinary biodiversity (from trout macrostigma the different varieties of wild orchids).More
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Mariagrazia G
Languages spoken:English, Italian, Spanish
Response Rate:83%
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:November 2017
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Reviewed 7 October 2018

Everything about the vacation was perfect primarily because we were lucky enough to find this place. It was a home away from home. From the very beginning of the booking, they couldn't have been more helpful. Questions were answered promptly As soon as they guessed...More

Date of stay: September 2018
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Reviewed 30 April 2019 via mobile
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Date of stay: April 2019
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Date of stay: July 2018
Amenities
Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Yes
TV
Suitable For Children Under 5
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Linens Provided
Housekeeping Included
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Towels Provided
Air Conditioning
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