Casa Elena

Sleeps 5

Balcony with Sea Views

Convenient Location

Situated close to local amenities and in close proximity to Madonie National Park and Palermo, Casa Elena is the ideal retreat for those wishing for modern accommodation among picturesque surroundings. Escape to the quaint coastal town of Cefalù and enjoy all the comforts of home in stunning surroundings.

Highlights

Stunning sea views from your balcony

Modern kitchen with an electric oven, fridge, and all the necessities

Sleeps five in two bedrooms (one double bed, one single bed, and bunk beds)

Close proximity to Palermo airport (81 km), the city centre, and some of Cefalù’s best beaches

Free WiFi and parking at the facility

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Essential Information

Price

From €90 pp/per night
*Please note that prices are dependent on the season.


Location

Via S. Cannizzaro cortile D1, 90015
Cefalù, Sicily


Availability

Year round


Check In

14:00


Check Out

10:00


Group Size

4 adults, 1 child, 1 infant


Included
  • Two comfortable bedrooms
  • Kitchen with all the necessities
  • Balcony
  • Internet
  • Bed linens
  • TV
  • Essentials
  • Shampoo
  • Heating & AC
  • Parking

Enjoy Coastal Views from Your Private Balcony

Here at Madonie Holidays, we understand what goes into a Sicilian getaway. That’s why when it comes to quality accommodation and friendly service, Casa Elena has something to please every traveller! With sea views, a private balcony, and a convenient location near Lungomare Giardina, Casa Elena offers the ideal opportunity to become immersed in the nature, landscape, and culture of Cefalù. Boasting a comfortable living room and fully fitted kitchen, as well as two bedrooms (one with a double bed, one with a single bed and a bunk bed), Casa Elena has been designed as a retreat from the hustle and bustle of daily life. With air conditioning, WiFi, bed linens, private parking, and incredible views, it has never been easier to relax and unwind. From your comfortable retreat, it is possible to travel to Palermo by train, hike through the Madonie Mountains, or visit Sicily’s main sites. Or, if you’d prefer to stay local, Cefalù boasts plenty of restaurants and bars and is less than a stone’s throw from the city centre, popular beaches, and supermarkets.

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