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- No cribs or infant beds are available.
Villa Trigona0.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The room was small but comfortable. La Signora is always at the door to greet you and the young staff are very contientious and helpful. It is an easy drive to visit the Roman Villa. The dinners were very good and varied each night. Would visit again - especially later in the season to use the pool.
Booked this hotel for one night as visiting the nearby Roman Villa. Once was a magnificent estate but is still owned by the Trigona family. Set outside the town, very quiet. lovely gardens to explore. The grandson welcomed us and provided a lovely 4 course evening meal of all local foods and wine. Excellent host.
A lovely villa that has been in the family for generations in the countryside. Good breakfast and interesting local 3 course fixed menu dinner including wine. Very nice rooms and beautiful setting. Free parking. Very short drive to Villa del Casale.
We loved our stay at Villa Trigona. It’s ideally located to visit the wonderful Villa Romana del Casale, the lovely historic centre of Piazza Armerina, the ancient city of Morgantina and the archeological museum at Aidone. There is plenty of parking, a lovely pool and extensive grounds to enjoy. The food’s excellent. There’s a set menu of beautifully cooked local cuisine which changes nightly. Breakfast was also very enjoyable. We’d definitely return and can thoroughly recommend a stay at this charming Villa.
The character and history of this property is wonderful and so was our stay. it is in a very quiet area which was great and although we decided not to eat in during the evening, apparently the food was really good. The room was furnished with old wooden items which worked well with the character of the house and was of a good size and clean. The breakfast was laid up outside and there was plenty of delicious fare to be had. A lovely peaceful oasis with friendly staff.
Beautiful large old elegant manor house with lots of old world charm and some modernization (the mattress was memory foam, the pool is fairly new and very large, comfortable furniture). The setting is beautiful with lush gardens, outdoor seating and some activities for children. The staff was exceptionally friendly, warm, helpful and had a good sense of humor. We stayed two nights and ate dinner there both nights. The food was very good and extremely generous. The location was very convenient to the Villa Romana which was one of the high lights to our trip in Sicily. After navigating through narrow street cities to find our lodgings, it was a great respite to be staying in the tranquil countryside.
We stayed here for only one night before visiting the Villa Romana del Casale the following morning (a good idea to go early and beat the tour groups). The building has a lot of character, the pool area is great, nice grounds, and it's lovely to have a evening meal provided at what is essentially a bed and breakfast. Good food and cheerful staff. If I'm honest, the room is more functional than stylish, but everything was very clean. My only criticism is that we were woken several times during the night by incessantly barking dogs nearby. I realise that there's probably not much that the owners can do about this, but maybe some earplugs might be handy if you you want to avoid the same problem. Overall, it was a very good stay and excellent value for money.
We had a quiet and peaceful stay in Villa Trigona. The location is beautiful : the garden, the nature, the vegetation around make you feel in holidays ! The modern pool is really a bonus : we really appreciated it ! At night, you can have a wonderful traditionnal sicilian dinner, with fresh products, outsite under the trees. The breakfast is also very substantial ! The room are very spacious, maybe the matteress could be changed. Finally, we had a warm welcome from the family/owner ! We really recommand this place.
We loved our stay at this old manor house on the edge of Piazza Arminena. It is not fancy but was just what we were looking for. The beds and rooms were comfortable, but what we really enjoyed were the pool, the manor house courtyard, and the hikes into the countryside from the manor house entrance. We arrived famished, mid-day, by taxi and did not want to venture into town. Fortunately, the friendly staff were willing to prepare delicious sandwiches with fresh bread, tomatoes and mozzarella accompanied by wine. Both nights we had a delicious dinner in the courtyard --a highlight of our stay and reason enough to select this accommodation. We were in the area to see the fabulous mosaics at Villa Romana del Casale but if you have more time and are interested in Greek history, there is also Morgantina and Aidone close by.
This establishment is a beauty. It's set in a fairly peaceful location (however we could hear dogs barking late into the night from a local property) great parking facilities and a few acres of land to roam in. It's a safe place to stay at and is blessed with friendly staff. There is a decent pool to swim in too. Now I'm a fussy eater, so I was a little edgy about their €25 5 course set meal. When I checked in I was assured that a non meat eater would be accommodated so we agreed to eat there. However at meal time I asked to see what the set meal comprises. Unfortunately there was no menu to read. The lady manager told me what was on the menu - but as her English wasn't stellar, I struggled to understand what was on offer. Ultimately we ate there and I ended up eating a salad and some veggie pate, with bread and some tiramisu. This came with a jug of red wine. Although I wasn't happy with the meal- I put it down to experience- as the wine was delish. On the next table was a friendly gent who I gather was a Moslem as he refused his pork steaks and sent back his wine. The waiting staff seemed a little surprised. Lesson to be learnt. Don't assume everyone eats meat and drinks alcohol and try to print out the food for the day. This would certainly halt many potential problems. We stayed for 3 nights but only ate at Trigona once due to our first night disappointment. We ate in the town. It's too far to walk to so we had to go by car. With so many pluses and the meal issue a part of history, I was shocked to be asked on day 2 that they would like us to move out of our room as there was a double booking. I was stunned. After a pause I said no way, as we had done nothing wrong and we had booked 3 nights months ago. Thankfully there was no argument from the super likeable Afghan gent. So, all in all a great venue- but with a few tweaks this would certainly be a 5/5 rather than a 4. Foot note: On our check out we asked for a discount, due to the fact that we didn't eat all of the set menu on our first night- so we were fairly charged €30 rather than 50. Now that was good management.
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Villa Trigona places you within 2 miles (3 km) of Casa Museo del Contadino and Museo della Civiltà Mineraria. This 14-room guesthouse has conveniences like free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. It's also close to Cathedral of Piazza Armerina and Pinacoteca Comunale.
Start your day off right with a free buffet breakfast. Get a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or entertain your taste buds with a beverage at the coffee shop/café.
The 14 rooms are air-conditioned and have balconies and desks. Guests can enjoy flat-screen TVs and stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets.
Villa Trigona features free WiFi in public areas, a seasonal outdoor pool, and coffee in a common area. There's free parking, and a shuttle from the airport to the hotel for EUR 150,00 per vehicle. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with dry cleaning or laundry, and offer advice about sights and eateries nearby. Additional amenities include a library, express check-in, and express check-out.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
88.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 399 reviews