About Villa San Corrado
Set amidst a sun-drenched Mediterranean garden, Villa San Corrado’s exterior is gorgeous but understated. A pergola-covered terrace dotted with urn-potted shrubs extends a warm welcome as you approach this single-storey property. So far, so Sicilian.
Once through the door, though, and the hallmarks of its interior-architect owner dazzle. From its lavish living-dining space through to its four en-suite bedrooms, it feels equal parts grand palazzi and chic gallery. Classical and contemporary artworks mingle on the cool, white walls, whilst eclectic furniture offers style and comfort. The property manages to translate the Baroque spirit of its neighbouring city Noto into something modern and eccentric.
Villa San Corrado’s outdoor space is as tempting as its interior. The property boasts air conditioning throughout to keep you comfortable during the Sicilian summer, but also a nebulisation system circulating cool air out onto the terrace. Cool off further with a plunge in the tree-lined outdoor pool, or find a shady spot of the lush garden to laze in. Come evening, sit together in the outdoor dining area to eat what you’ve rustled up in the fully fitted kitchen.
During your stay here, be sure to visit Noto, just seven kilometres away. The city’s architecture is stunning, as a wander along the Corso Vittorio will reveal. Flanked by Baroque beauties, discover how a city once reduced to rubble has transformed into a UNESCO World Heritage Site.