Masseria Santa Lucia
Alessandra House: Large apartment (62 sqm) distributed over two floors and double access from the garden and the terrace. It is composed of a double bedroom, spacious living-room with double sofa bed, open kitchenette and fire place (it is possible to add an extra bed).
Nicola House: Apartment with access to our beautiful panoramic terrace. It includes a living room with double sofa-bed and kitchenette. The bedroom is double, with queen bed and en-suite bathroom.
Valentina House: Two bedrooms apartment (40 sqm), entrance from the swimming pool garden with a queen bedroom, bunk-bed bedroom and private bathroom.
Blu House: Cozy apartment (40 sqm) with double bedroom, private bathroom, living-room with kitchenette and direct access to the swimming pool (Ask for extra bed).
Purple Room: Double bedroom (20 mq) with private bathroom and direct access to the swimming pool.
Green Room: Great bedroom facing the swimming-pool area. It includes a queen bed and a folding bunkbed. It is perfect for a couple, but also suitable for a family of four. The bathroom is private.
Facilities & Services
The swimming pool: Spacious swimming pool surrounded by olive trees and oleanders and equipped with springboard, showers, umbrellas and chaise-longs.
The garden: he property is surrounded by an extensive terraced garden (2000 sqm), daily maintained rich with relax corners and games for the children.
The tavern: The guests at the masseria can enjoy a tavern with fireplace and sofas and where dinners are served. Just outside the tavern, the masseria offers a large front yard with a gazebo used for outside dinners during the warm season. Wireless connection is available both inside the tavern and outside in the garden.
The property features three cozy apartments, each accommodating four people, one bilocal and two double bedrooms. Total accommodation ranges between 12 and 22 people.
All the units have independent bathrooms and entrances and are fully equipped with all comforts. The style of the furniture is refined by the details of the farmhouse country style.
A truly warm Italian family atmosphere greets the guests. Meals are served in a spacious tavern, with an open fireplace, together with the owners who supply the typical local food and the homemade olive oil and wine. The property is surrounded by a broad garden with a swimming-pool, BBQ grill and wood oven.
For your leisure, Masseria Santa Lucia offers mountain bikes and table tennis. In the vicinity, guests can also enjoy hiking, horse riding, fishing, tennis and sightseeing Agnone which is well known as “ Città d’Arte” ( “Orange Flag”, which is a quality award given to Italian towns with a high value environmental tourism).
Place to visit
Agnone: Defined as the likely capital of Higher Molise, the town of Agnone is entirely immersed in arts and nature.
In order to enjoy the artistic magnificence and the thousand of years of history in the dazzling streets and squares of Agnone, let yourself go and admire marble portals and balconies with magnificent railings, outstanding bell towers and churches that spell out history and craftsmanship.
Narrow streets and awesome alleys inside the historical downtown are adorned by raging lions carved in stone, handmade doors and ancient workshops where local gold craftsmen learned the art of filigree making from the Venetians of the XI century. Of the seven doors that initially gave access to the town, it is still today possible to admire the S. Nicola and S. Emidio doors, together with the one known as “Semiurno”. The Bonanni (XIII AD), Nuonno (XIII AD), Apollonio, Fioriti and Santangelo (XIV AD) are worth to recall amongst the ancient palaces of Agnone.
Not to mention the numerous churches: San Emidio showing an elegant facade and a unique gothic portal, San Francesco with the unmatched wood-carved altar of San Crescenzo and the statue of the Immaculate Conception, the church of San Marco the Evangelist with a Romanic portal and the unmistakable bell tower. The bells are indeed the real trademark of the town.
High Molise: Suspended between land and sky. That’s the feeling you get when exploring the diverse territories of the Higher Molise. Higher Molise offers the visitors exclusive landscapes as well as environmental and cultural traits that undoubtedly make it a unique place within the Molise Region.
Powerful historical vestiges, untainted forests, grasslands where raising cattle is still considered a chance of wealth, ancestral traditions and a gastronomy strongly anchored to the rural land, quiet towns that wait to be discovered: these aer the unsurpassed assets that Higher Molise can offer to you. You cannot be indifferent to the beauty offered by places like the gorgeous Agnone, an ancient city of art, awarded by the Italian Touring Club with the Orange Flag Certification (highest rank for respect towards the environment and culture).
Throw yourself into the ancient Samnites history while navigating through spectacular remnants of their civilization at Pietrabbondante, a village perched onto rock cliffs and located at the crossroads between the most stunning Tratturo trails. We invite you to admire spectacular views over the Sangro Valley from Pescopennataro or unforgettable sunsets at Castelverrino.
You’ll find it easy here to forget the time running by.
Welcome to Higher Molise!
DAILY RATES PER PERSON WITH HALF BOARD (HB) AND BED&BREAKFAST TREATMENT
(relative only to standard beds). All prices are in Euros.
- From March 25 to July 1 and from September 11 to December 16
- Extra beds € 40 in Half Board and € 25 in B&B
- All the religious and Italian work holidays are considered as medium season
- Dinner: extra dinners are charged € 25 (beverages included) when booking a stay in B&B
From July 2 to July 29 and from August 28 to September 10 (All the religious and Italian work holidays are considered as medium season)
From July 30 to August 27, from December 6 to 9 and from December 17 to January 7