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at Azienda Agricola Silvia Sillitti

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... more relaxed. We had a perfect night's sleep in our spacious room with a large bed and a view of the rolling Sicilian hills....
... us off the expressway and weave us back to their home. The room was very comfortable, the views breathtaking and the food...
... night)...each one is beyond delicious! The view from our bedroom window was spectacular! We had a car and took five day...
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TravelingB1212 wrote a review Jul 2018
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania3 contributions1 helpful vote
What a wonderful stay. Silvia is charming, gracious, respective and friendly. Her house was wonderful. After a long day of sightseeing in Agrigento, we were greeted by Silvia with a tray with wine, fresh plums picked on site and delicious almonds. Lounging by the pool, hearing nothing but birds chirping and wind whistling through her olive trees and wheat fields, we could not have been more relaxed. We had a perfect night's sleep in our spacious room with a large bed and a view of the rolling Sicilian hills. And the dinner, my goodness. An absolute feast. Probably the best meal we had in Sicily.

If you are looking for a place to stay near Agrigento or the Villa Romana, look no further. You'll leave feeling refreshed, well-fed and so happy you decided to pay Silvia a visit.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Kate726 wrote a review Dec 2017
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania20 contributions9 helpful votes
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Three women friends enjoyed a night at Azienda and it was one of the most enjoyable experiences. Silva’s husband was kind enough to meet us off the expressway and weave us back to their home. The room was very comfortable, the views breathtaking and the food incredible. The best of all is Silva’s company and talking with her about the farm, production and food. THANK YOU SILVA! We truly hope to visit again!
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Date of stay: October 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
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LIPSTICKLOULI wrote a review May 2016
CALIFORNIA64 contributions49 helpful votes
My husband and I had the wonderful experience of staying at this Farmhouse B&B for 5 nights in April of this year. We cannot say enough about our stay here. The owners, Silvia and Bruno are simply put, two of the warmest, wonderful people you will ever have the pleasure of meeting. We took our dinners at the Farmhouse for 4 nights. Eating with Silvia and Bruno is truly like eating with family! Silvia's meals are incredible! It doesn't matter what dish she is serving (usually 4-5 a night)...each one is beyond delicious! The view from our bedroom window was spectacular! We had a car and took five day trips to surrounding areas each day. Valley of the Temples...the Mosaics...medieval villages....each trip was no more than a hr away....then we would come back to Silvia's wonder meals at night and enjoy the company of her and Bruno. If you are looking for a stay in the Caltanissetta area (which I recommend...plenty of history to drive around and see)....then look no further. THIS IS YOUR PLACE....BELIEVE ME! It will most definitely be one of the most treasured memories of your trip and the highlight of your trip! John and Louise Scarpa Yorba Linda, CA USA
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Date of stay: April 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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nonnogiovanni2014 wrote a review Feb 2016
Washington DC, District of Columbia29 contributions46 helpful votes
Seasoned travelers often are reluctant to return to an inn or b&b in which they have had a stellar experience. While this may seem counterintuitive, its rationale lay in the old expression ‘you can never go back.’ Travelers treasure their best travel experiences, and don’t want anything to spoil those memories, even if it means frequenting a lesser place the second time around.

A couple of years ago, I took a 5-week trip to southern Italy and Sicily. My wife was unable to come. Though I could not put off the trip, I told her upon leaving that we’d repeat the exact trip one year later. I made good on that promise but, by its very nature, I was compelled to return to the same places I had stayed the first time, even though it violated the ‘you-can-never-go-back’ rule.

And, of course, while I never let on to my wife, I was indeed generally disappointed on my return to places that previously seemed top-notch (though my wife thought they were great!). I think the reason for the general rule is that the people who run most small hotels/inns/b&b’s invariable get good at entertaining new customers for a few days, often telling the same stories to each new guest. On second visits, they don’t have a good script prepared, and so the experience often falls flat.

There was one glowing exception on the trip, notably the Azienda Agricola Silvia Sillitti near Serradifalco, Sicily, otherwise known to as ‘Silvia’s and Bruno’s house.’ This is a stellar accommodation and a top notch experience. There are no scripts here. Instead, there is a woman (Silvia) who has a genuine interest in learning about people and places, and so second visits afford an opportunity to dig a little deeper into each other’s lives and experiences. Silvia’s husband, Bruno, is part of the experience. He is a delightful guy from whom I learn lots about Sicily, including how to interpret Sicilian speed limit signs, double solid-line markings, ‘road closed’ signs, and the like. (None of these mean what you learned elsewhere – everything is Sicily seemingly means something else than you think.)

Unless you are traveling with small kids, dinner is an essential part of the experience. At 7:30 each evening, guests convene in the dining room/living room to chat over a glass of white wine, followed by a dinner that Silvia invented that day (besides running a large farm, and being the quintessential hostess, she knows her way around the kitchen). Over the next three or so hours, guests enjoy what is invariably an invigorating discussion about life experiences, travel ideas, happenings in Sicily, and so on. I have enjoyed every one of the nine dinners that I have attended, and can resurrect the faces of all the guests I have met there over two visits.

I have not been to every accommodation in Sicily, but I have been to many of the best-rated places. All have their strong points, to be sure, but none can quite match up to the Azienda Agricola. I suspect that “Silvia’s and Bruno’s house” is the best little inn in Sicily.

Will I return a third time? I already have my reservations.
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Date of stay: August 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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amp93 wrote a review Jan 2016
Cobble Hill, Canada117 contributions42 helpful votes
Sillitti is Sicilian agriturismo at its very best. Sylvia and Bruno are wonderfully gracious, charming hosts, with Sylvia a pioneer in organic farming. Leave room in your suitcase to take home her excellent olive oil, almonds and herbs! We ate well all over Sicily, but the prize for truly memorable dinners and breakfasts goes to Sylvia! It was a particular delight to dine with our hosts and the four other guests on our first night - fabulous food, fine wine, and great conversation in a mix of Italian and English. Add spacious, comfortable accommodation, a swimming pool in season, lovely gardens and rolling countryside far from the madding crowd - travel memories are made of places like Sillitti. Just make sure you follow the driving directions carefully!
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Date of stay: October 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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