From an old boathouse a charming apartment with the most spectacular panoramic view of the old port of Castellmmare del Golfo
Casa Laudicina opens out on the balcony with the most spectacular panoramic view of the old port of Castellammare del Golfo, where the Castle rises, at the foot of a high and rugged mountain that goes down slowly to the sea.
The apartment is truly unique: an old boathouse restored in a characteristic charming marine style that recover all its primitive beauty and offer today a comforting and warm place.
As the result of the passion for the sea and the naval design, the internal place respect the aesthetic values of the past like the rustic rooms with wide wooden rafters.
Traditional materials are adapted with creativity to the rythms of contemporary life: there's a vintage fishing boat in the living room adapted to table
!The assortment of complements that fully furnish the apartment creates an individual style, a contrast by mixing up different traditional marine themes.
Anchors, fish nets, barometers, corals, buoys, signal flags, vintage prints, old lamps, sandstone, shell fish and seashell…it looks like a maritime museum!
The beautiful view, the cozy and original interior makes it a perfect choice to spend your time: colors, images and suggestions of the sea that create a relaxing, magic atmosphere!
Ideal for 4 guests, there's one bathroom with shower and one bedroom with bunk bed and single bed, with comfortable wardrobes.
The spacious living area is a living room with sea view balcony and a kitchenette in stone with characteristic majolica and well equipped. In the living room, a staircase leads to a loft with double bed.
The apartment is situated in the picturesque port of Castellammare del Golfo, FROM THE MONTH OF MAY TO SEPTEMBER YOU\'LL IMMERSE YOURSELF IN THE SUMMER NIGHTLIFE OF THE TOWN. In fact all adjacent streets are dominated by bars and restaurants
Area: 65,00 s.m.
Distance from the sea:
Bedroom sleeps 3 (bunk bed and single bed) with 2 armchairs and 1 dresser. The bedroom has one window.
Bathroom with shower, toilet and basin. Hairdryer provided. The bathroom has one window.
Kitchen Fully equipped kitchenette. Fridge, 4-burner cooker, electric oven, double sink. Cups, glasses, plates, cutlery, pots and pans, mocha coffee maker, toaster, food processor, whisk; grill, thermos flasks, etc…
The living-room has a balcony with sea-view! Very large, light and comfortable livingroom well furnished with large table, chairs, cupboards, armchairs and 2 bed-sofa. Loft with double bed. Room facilities include: TV sat, radio, heating and air conditioned
Other Use of iron
Cleaning/towels/ linen Cleaning, linen and towels are not included
Accommodation is unsuitable for the elderly or infirm due to stairs
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- Air Conditioning
- Breakfast not included
- Hair Dryers
- Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
- Towels Not Included
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 3 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
Must-Read Apartment InfoThis property has specific Terms & Conditions.
Children from 0 to 3 years old do not pay
Final cleaning: 50 euros
Deposit of 250 euros at the arrival.
A cot is available on request.
We have a 72 hours cancellation policy.
We only accept cash payments on arrival.
Check in: 15:00
Check out: 10:30
Breakfast is not included
Taxes are included
DirectionsShow MapHide Map
50 Km from Palermo Airport Punta Raisi 'Falcone e Borsellino'
59 Km from Aereoporto Trapani Birgi 'Vincenzo Florio'
Castellammare del Golfo Railway Station. Distance from the town: 3 Km
From/to Palermo (Piazza Marina) Autoservizi Russo
From/to Trapani Azienda Siciliana Trasporti tel. 0923/21021
From/to nearest places Autoservizi Tarantola tel. 0924/31020-32598.
Castellammare del Golfo is close to the motorway A29 connecting Palermo to Mazara del Vallo and to the branch of A29 connecting Alcamo to Trapani
Segesta: Mythological destination highly recommended, with its Punic temple in Doric style built outside the city walls at the end of the Vth century B.C. but also important for the theatre that overlooks the sea. Erice: Small Medieval village with its castle, the fascinating churches and a breathtaking view at the Belvedere, the Punic fortifications, the castle of Venere, the Medieval historical centre but let's not forget the typical almonds desserts! Trapani: A fishing and ferry port with a long history. Trapani was an important town throughout the Middle Ages, and it is the medieval phase of the town's past which is most evident in the old town. It is possible to see numerous dazzlingly white mountains shimmering in the sun: these are hills of Trapanis salt-mills, an evocative and unreal scenario. Egadi Islands: Favignana, Levanzo and Marettimo, pearls of the Mediterranean area, of an undeniable beauty, with natural caves that overlook the cobalt blue sea, but also remainings of prehistorically civilizations and famous for the Mattanza (traditional fishing of tunas). Marsala - Mothia: Marsala is famous for the sweet wine, but also for the isle of Mothia and the Salinas with wind mills. The Isle of Mothia is a Punic site where the Phoenicians stopped in the VIIIth century B.C. before settling in Sicily. The island is connected to land thanks to a small undersea tunnel. Selinunte: The most important archaeological area in Europe, proof of the Hellenic civilization in Sicily. Palermo: The Capital of Sicily, is a melting pot of many different cultures that throughout the years have been conquering the island and the city, loving it, fighting for it and leaving strong traditions that still coexist today. One of the richest towns in the island for history and art: the Cathedral, the Palatina Chapel, the Quattro Canti, the Pretoria Square, the Martorana Church and of course the traditional markets of Ballaro and Vucciria where delight the palate with local vegetables, fruits and typical panelleand arancine. Monreale: a Medieval town known for its Arab-Norman Cathedral, built in the 12th century and famous for its Byzantine mosaiccovered interior walls (the mosaic cycle is the second largest on earth, after St Sofia in Istanbul) and the adjacent Benedictine cloister.