Azienda Agricola Silvia Sillitti

Azienda Agricola Silvia Sillitti

Grotta d'Acqua, 93100, Caltanissetta, Sicily Italy
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Finding an ideal charming bed and breakfast in Caltanissetta does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Azienda Agricola Silvia Sillitti, a nice option for travellers like you.

Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning and a kitchenette, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the bed and breakfast.

The property also boasts a pool and an on-site restaurant, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Azienda Agricola Silvia Sillitti, free parking is available.

While in Caltanissetta be sure to experience nearby pubs such as Agriturismo Casale degli Ulivi.

There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular monuments and statues such as Monumento ai Caduti.

Azienda Agricola Silvia Sillitti puts the best of Caltanissetta at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.

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AnnaFlannery wrote a review Jul 2009
Birmingham, Alabama175 contributions20 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at Sylvia's agriturismo for a week in late June-early July 2009. There were four of us: my 17-year old daughter, 8- and 4-year old sons, and me.

The apartment was great - 2 bedrooms, living space/kitchen and bathroom. It was immaculate, and opened up onto a patio area that led right on to a covered area with hammocks, table, ping-pong, and then the pool.

Sylvia afforded the perfect combination of hospitality and respect for privacy. She gave excellent advice in regard to sight-seeing and best driving routes. She and Bruno drove us around the farm and explained the processes from seed to production. The breakfasts were lovely - bread, fruit from the farm, sweet cakes, yogurt, cereal - , the dinner we had was fantastic.

For what we wanted to see in this segment of our 2-week tour of Sicily, the location was excellent. From the farm we traveled easily to Agrigento, Piazza Armerina, Cefalu and Mount Etna, as well as several lesser-touristed sites such as the Castle at Chiaramonte and lots of little villages and towns in the area.

I'd highly recommend Sillitti farm to anyone seeking a relaxing, interesting time getting to know Sicily outside the cities and most touristed areas.
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Date of stay: June 2009
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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nonnogiovanni2014 wrote a review Jun 2014
Washington DC, District of Columbia26 contributions66 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
A stay at Silvia Sillitti’s home is a unique experience. You are given the opportunity to stay in a very nice apartment in a beautiful house on a very nice property, but Silvia also makes you feel as though you are an invited guest to her home. There is a wonderful large glassed-in room that serves as the breakfast and dinner area but which also serves as their dining room / living room. You are invited to go into that room anytime, and likely you will run into Silvia or her daughter or one of the helpers at any time, either there or anywhere else on their property. You feel like you are living there. And Silvia and her husband Bruno are a very special couple indeed.

Silvia owns the farm where the principal crop is wheat (at least according to my untrained eye), but where clover also is grown, and then there are the olive trees and such. The house sits on a hill with a large deck (for our use and theirs) overlooking half the property (the other half is seen from the pool on the other side of the house). You cannot ask for a nicer place to take your evening ‘passeggiata’. You either can walk within the property or slip out the gated driveway and walk along a small road used only by those who farm in the area. It is a very scenic walk at sunset.

Unless you are traveling with small children, I recommend taking up Silvia on her offer for dinner. Silvia will be dining with you, and usually, Bruno is there as well. Both are serious professionals during the day (Silvia runs this farm which is no small task), and Bruno is in a professional job, but both turn into gracious hosts in the evening. Eating a nice meal in their company, and in the company of the other guests around the family table, makes for very pleasant evenings. Bruno is about as gracious a man as you will meet in Sicilia, and Silvia is the perfect host. Besides getting some travel tips, you also will learn a little about everyday life in Sicily.

Many guests use the farm as a base from which to visit some major sights. They are right off SS122: about an hour West is Agrigento, and about an hour East is the Roman Villa near Piazza Armerina. What I think is less appreciated is the opportunity to experience history right on the farm. The province of Caltanissetta has been producing wheat since antiquity. Central Sicily supplied most of the wheat consumed throughout the Roman Empire and, indeed, Rome took Sicily because it already was a prodigious wheat producing region.

So, in the springtime before the wheat is harvested (it is a winter crop here), go out onto the large deck at Silvia’s: Look out at the sea of beautiful green wheat that covers the rolling hills before your eyes. Imagine thousands of slaves working those fields during Roman times, and think about the lives that were lived right here on this land producing essentially the same crop that you see before you. Thousands of émigrés to the Americas were peasants working these very fields at the end of the 19th century before they left on ships never to return.

I took one of my most memorable drives from Silvia’s farm. Using only back roads, I drove to Serradifalco and then directly north to Villalba then Marianopoli then to Santa Cristina then Resuttano and Alimena (on the Alimena road, you can find the remains of an Arab castle, and also used by the Normans in the middle ages – I promise: you will be the only ones there). What a drive: the roads seemingly were for me alone to use. The rolling hills (think Vermont) covered with green velvet dazzled the eyes. The Madonie mountains to the north are ever present. The abandoned farm buildings dotting the landscape haunt you with thoughts about life that once happened there. The presence of history is everywhere. What a gorgeous land this is in the springtime.

Stop in any of the small towns you encounter in this region. No women are seen – except on balconies hanging their laundry or just outside their flats sweeping the dust away, or buying produce from the old truck that travels up and down the little streets to their front doors. Men only are found in public mostly hanging around at the local coffee shops/ bars chatting away. Everyone notices that there is a ‘forestiero’ walking around their town. They are puzzled and suspicious at the same time. This is how Sicily used to be.

So, take my advice. Go to Sicily. Stay at Silvia’s farm. See the major sights if you must. But if you are there in the Springtime, be sure and take some time to see the glorious beauty of the land that surrounds you, and to appreciate the history that happened here. You can go to a 100 B&B’s and inns to try and duplicate the experience you will have at Silvia Sillitti’s farm and home, but you will never succeed. A memorable stay, to say the least.
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Date of stay: April 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled solo
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LIPSTICKLOULI wrote a review May 2016
CALIFORNIA63 contributions55 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
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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S L wrote a review Aug 2015
Half Moon Bay, California18 contributions33 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sillitti Farm is a haven in the heartland of Sicily - especially after driving the somewhat chaotic roads and highways, which appear to be under constant reconstruction. It was an absolute delight staying with Silvia and Bruno in their lovely farmhouse amidst of wheat fields and almond/olive orchards. Our apartment, homey and spacious, had fabulous views front and back, looking onto acres (or hectares) of wheat, olive and almond trees, and blue skies of puffy clouds (no exaggeration). I also loved the sounds of birds, and wind whistling through the trees in the late afternoon and also at dawn. (I was so excited that I captured dusk and dawn on my camera, which are some of my best and favorite videos). Silvia is a most gracious and charming host, interesting and intriguing conversationally, and passionate organic farmer. Her breakfasts were first-rate: home made bread (with her own wheat), delicious almond cake and fruit tart, home made preserves and more. We also had a lovely dinner (optional) with her and her husband, Bruno, where she served the most fabulous home-made anniletti (ring pasta) with ragu. She also introduced us to fresh ricotta and Inzolia, a popular Sicilian wine which became my favorite Sicilian white. While Sillitti Farm is challenging to access without a car, it is well worth the drive. (UNESCO sites within driving distance include Valle di Templi, Agrigento and Villa Romana del Casale, Piazza Armerina.) Even if there are no other major attractions to visit, you can simply unwind, rejuvenate, and be lost to the world, when you stay at Sillitti Farm.
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Date of stay: May 2015
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KTNP wrote a review Dec 2011
Detroit, Michigan240 contributions72 helpful votes
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
We had a bit of trouble finding our way to the farm but Silvia was ever-so-patient as I repeatedly called to clarify our directions. Silvia’s farm is a real working farm where olives, almonds, wheat, beans and other organic produce are grown. It sits on 90 hectares and is beautiful, peaceful and quiet. Everywhere you look there are flowers of all varieties growing- many beautifully scented. It’s a joy to sit and look across the property and beyond. It was wonderful to finally meet Silvia, whom I had only communicated with via email. She is a warm and very genuine person. We spent an afternoon at the pool then went for a walk outside the property with the resident dog Lola following us. We enjoyed a delicious meal with Silvia and her equally friendly husband Bruno. Dinner consisted of homemade ricotta; thinly sliced zucchini with olive oil, salt and pepper; stuffed cherry tomatoes; a pasta casserole with eggplant, peas and sauce; then a third course of spedini; asparagus; fava beans and artichokes; and finally desert of homemade tangerine gelato. While the food was excellent, the company of and conversation with our hosts is what made the evening so memorable. Those are the moments travelling when one feels changed by the experience. That is something that rarely happens in a restaurant- no matter how good the food. We slept soundly in our comfortable though modest rooms. The next day after a lovely breakfast we purchased bottles of Silvia’s organic olive oil to give as gifts. If you find yourself in the center of Sicily-perhaps travelling from one end of the island to the other- be sure to stop for a night or more with Silvia. You won’t be disappointed.
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Date of stay: May 2011
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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GiginaExdra wrote a review Jul 2008
Paris63 contributions55 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Tucked in the rolling hills of central Sicily, surrounded by almond and olive groves we were made truely welcome at this wonderful farm stay by our gracious hostess Silvia and her charming husband Bruno. We came for a few days and ended up staying two weeks. Silvia's fantastic cooking was enhanced by organic home grown olive oil, vegetables (tomatoes to die for), almonds,lentils, wheat and chickpeas. We dined by the large well cared for salt water pool,which has a view of Mount Etna in the distance. Our two bedroomed airconditioned appartment was impeccably clean, calm, light and spacious with its own terrace. The appartments are part of the modern farmhouse, which is a blend of simple tasteful rural sicilian style. Here there was no overload of tourists just glorious vews of timeless sicilian countryside. None of the smells or rubbish of the cities. Nonetheless, the location has been perfect for visiting the valley of the temples in Agrigento, the mosiacs at the Roman villa in Piazza Armerina, Cefalu, Catania and Palermo. The star of the farm is Lola a lovely doggie who reflects her caring mistress. Silvias english is great - she rescued us when we locked our keys in the car. I also managed to put my back out but was looked after by Bruno who is a doctor at the local hospital no problems at all. This is a pearl of an address the best value for money I have encountered in many years of international travel. In fact it is so good that I have even been moved for the first time to write a review.
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Date of stay: July 2008
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4.0 of 5 bubblesBusiness service (e.g., internet access)
Trip type: Travelled with family
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JEL2060 wrote a review May 2016
5 contributions5 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We concur with all the positive comments that have been made by former guests. Silvia and Bruno are incredibly hospitable and lovely people who give most generously to make their guest's stay very special. It has been fantastic to eat with them for dinner at night and to learn about rural life in central Sicily. Silvia's cooking is fabulous and she is somehow able to produce a meal of several courses with total ease while chatting with her guests. We felt so welcome at Azienda Sillitti and Silvia and Bruno seem to sincerely love meeting new people and learning about their lives. It has also been fascinating to learn about their farm and their commitment to organic farming methods. The countryside surrounding the Azienda is spectacular. We can highly recommend Azienda Sillitti to anyone visiting the Caltanissetta region.
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Date of stay: May 2016
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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nonnogiovanni2014 wrote a review Feb 2016
Washington DC, District of Columbia26 contributions66 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
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 2015
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Kasia K wrote a review Nov 2014
Solihull, United Kingdom13 contributions14 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I stayed at Silvia's farm with my husband, 8 month old son and my parents at the end of September 2014 after reading the fantastic reviews on trip adviser. We had a very relaxing 2 days there and only wished we had spent a little longer in the company of Silvia, Bruno and their family and helpers. The self catered apartment we stayed in was perfect for us with 2 double bedrooms, both with en suite and a small kitchen/lounge area. A very comfortable cot was also made up for our son.

During the day, we relaxed by the pool and took in the beautiful views. We also made use of the ping pong table in the pavilion area next to the pool.

We decided to have dinner with Sylvia and Bruno both nights rather than cook ourselves and we are so pleased we did. The food was so fresh and delicious and Sylvia and Bruno were lovely hosts. On the second night, 4 other guests joined us for dinner and we enjoyed getting to know one another and exchanging travel stories. Breakfast was simple but delicious with cereals, fresh bread, cold meats and cheese, and fantastic homemade cakes.

I would highly recommend a stay at the Sillitti farm if you are looking for a relaxing, authentic and peaceful stay in central Sicily, with fantastic hosts that could not make you feel more welcome.
Thank you Silvia and Bruno, we hope to be back again sometime in the future!
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Date of stay: September 2014
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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LondonFan1 wrote a review May 2014
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania24 contributions10 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The Sillitti farm is a beautiful place to stay in the countryside of central Sicily. Guests enjoy Silvia’s and her husband Bruno’s warm hospitality, and Silvia’s great cooking and good advice. Four-course dinners with Silvia, Bruno and the other guests are an occasion for interesting conversation as well as delicious Sicilian cuisine. Breakfast is good too. It’s possible to visit many sites of touristic interest from the farm, including the Valley of the Temples at Agrigento, but it would be tempting to just relax on the farm with a book, amidst luscious gardens and surrounded by serene views of hills and valleys; there’s also a swimming pool.
Be sure to follow Silvia’s emailed directions to the farm. I know from experience that Garmin GPS navigators just don’t know how to get there.
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Date of stay: April 2014
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
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AnneSA46 wrote a tip Aug 2016
Aberaeron, United Kingdom4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The rooms are in Sicilian style - all with sunny aspects and stunning views of the panorama."
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nynh wrote a tip May 2016
New York City, New York3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Our suite and the one next to it would be ideal for sets of friends traveling together with it's mix of common & private spaces."
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Susan wrote a tip May 2016
Breckenridge, Colorado1,001 contribution197 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"We were on the 2nd floor apt with 2 bedrooms, I am sure they are all very nice"
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Nancy L wrote a tip Jun 2014
Bridgeville, Delaware7 contributions7 helpful votes
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"All rooms are peaceful."
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traveller2009134 wrote a tip Oct 2013
Levis, Canada21 contributions22 helpful votes
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"The large apartment on the second floor has fantastic view"
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Frequently Asked Questions about Azienda Agricola Silvia Sillitti
Which popular attractions are close to Azienda Agricola Silvia Sillitti?
Nearby attractions include Il Pifferaio Magico (7.6 km), Centro Commerciale Il Casale (7.4 km), and Pasticciando (7.9 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Azienda Agricola Silvia Sillitti?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and free parking.
Is parking available at Azienda Agricola Silvia Sillitti?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Azienda Agricola Silvia Sillitti?
Conveniently located restaurants include Trattoria Anzalone, Altarello, and Terra delle Antiche Solfare.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Azienda Agricola Silvia Sillitti?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Azienda Agricola Silvia Sillitti?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Azienda Agricola Silvia Sillitti?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Stazione Caltanissetta Centrale (12.7 km), Chiesa Madre di Canicatti (10.7 km), and Le abitazioni degli Zolfatari (15.8 km).
Is Azienda Agricola Silvia Sillitti accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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