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Producing olive oil and citrus fruits, Il Melograno offers a traditional restaurant, a sea-view terrace, and classically furnished rooms in San Leonardello. The Etna Regional Park is 15 minutes’ drive away. Spacious rooms at the Melograno include free WiFi and a TV. The private bathroom has free toiletries. A sweet and savoury breakfast is provided daily featuring cheese, yoghurt, and orange juice. The restaurant specializes in Sicilian dishes made using home-grown ingredients. Giarre Train Station is 4 km from the property, while Taormina is reachable by car in 25 minutes.Catania Airport is 40 km away.
Pros: Beautiful rooms, friendly service.
Pros: the Melograno was a fantastic experience. Guisy and her Team provided for us a great experience. From the very spacious room to the food the cooked for us. Everything was excellent. I highly recommend to eat there every day when possible. fantastic Sicilian homemade style cooking! Also there homemade limoncello is worth drinking every day ;-) all in all we can highly recommend Il Melograno.
Pros: The location of the property looking onto Etna; the kind and generous proprietor Señora Teresa and her manager Darwin; the clean large rooms with refrigerator; the breakfasts of fresh cakes and fruit ; the surrounding gardens
Cons: Nothing ...
Pros: The room was clean and reasonably comfortable.
Cons: Lone staff member did his best but was evidently not permitted to offer more than just the room. We arrived in the dark and had some difficulty mounting an unmarked and steep unlit incline in a manual shift car. Not wanting to leave again to get some food we asked the employee whether there was any fruit available. Even though this is advertised as agritourism and even though he said he was going shopping that very moment to get provisions for breakfast, he said he was not able to provide us even a piece of fruit. The location, which we chose believing it was situated convenient to both Taormina and Catania, is in a small town with no amenities, not near the sea and not terribly convenient to Taormina. If you like very basic but clean and can do without the warm hospitality and conviviality of B&Bs and agritourism (we never saw an owner, only an employee) and are satisfied with a decent breakfast purchased from a local store rather than (as we expected from an agritourist B&B), rather than some bounty from the farm on site, this place will work for you.