Casale Giancesare is located in an absolutely prime location, only three kilometers away from Paestum archaeological site, which includes the ruins, the 2. 500 years old temples and the beautiful museum.
The Farmhouse, which was built during the 19th century with original local stones, has been completely renovated and every single year that passes new improvements are made in order to make your stay always more pleasant.
It is a place surrounded by a Mediterranean garden, with a vast variety of trees and plants like centuries-old olive and mulberry trees, a vineyard, pomegranates, lavender, sage and rosemary plants. All the property is totally surrounded by nature, creating an atmosphere of complete relax.
On the front side of the house is possible to have a look of the seaside: the view of the gulf of Salerno, with the Amalfi and the Cilento coasts that frame the island of Capri, is breathtaking especially at sunset.
The renovation of the structure takes three years and was guided by the common sense and wisdom of the Voza family; the materials that have been chosen and the particular care about details have resulted in a perfect harmony that well balances a simple and refined style with all the modern comforts.
Casale Giancesare finally opened its doors in 2002 becoming a place where travellers and explorers of the new millennium can find a warm welcome and a peaceful rest. All the passengers that come to discover this land full of art and history, particularly embellished by the uncontaminated nature, help to enrich our culture and give us the possibility to exchange experiences.
We don’t follow trends, but we like our guests to feel like at home, helped by the spontaneous warmth and care of our family.
Breakfast is served on the terrace in the garden.
It 's the classic breakfast of an Italian family: fresh fruit, home made jams and cakes, fruit juices, yogurt, milk, coffee and cereals. Often we add some surprises, depending on the season.
On request we also offer savory breakfast with cheeses, meats, eggs and bacon, more typical of the Anglo-Saxon countries.