Via Nazionale, 238
Mazzarò, TAORMINA (ME)
Location and style
Our B& B is at Mazzarò district of Taormina by the sea, overlooking beaches and lido facilities ("Spiaggia Isola Bella", "Spiaggia Lido Mazzarrò". . .) in an area of great history, architecture and culture, quiet, for enjoying a stunning panorama. "A Due Passi Dal Mare" is designed with taste, refinement and pure attention to detail, unique, distinctive style.
Our location and the surrounding area offer our guests a chance to stroll and shop in the shopping streets be amazed by the work of our artisans, explore tradition and culture along your own delicious fine food and wine trail, explore cultural events and exhibitions, enjoyable long walks in the many gardens and stunning surrounding countryside.
Nearby our guests will find examples of our heritage and various tourist attractions sports and fitness centres for working out on holiday.
Our property is the ideal location all families on the move will feel right at home here, for conferences and business travel, for a romantic getaway that makes you feel like a couple again, if you love the peace and quiet of nature, far from the bustle of the city.
our guests receive rooms with different bathroom options (private, en-suite, shared), free Wi-Fi, heating rooms, come back at any time of day, kitchenette.
In the air-conditioned rooms our guests find hairdryer, internet access, child's bed (on request), television, mirror with luggage rack, mini-bar.
We can accommodate up to 12 travellers in:
1 room "Matrim/Triplaseaview" will accommodate 3 people
1 room "Doppia/ Vista Mare" will accommodate 2 people
1 room "Luxblack Dopp/Quadr" will accommodate 4 people
1 room "Dopp/Tripla No Vista" will accommodate 3 people
A great start to the day with our delicious breakfasts.
The hosts speak fluent Italian, English.
The location makes our facility easily reached from the nearby "Highway A18".
- Air Conditioning
- Breakfast included
- Romantic Atmosphere
- Free Wifi
- Hair dryer
- Fine Design
- Ideal for trekking
- Near cycle paths
Declared by the Innkeeper