Villa Dorethy is a traditional but recently renovated Sicilian villa enjoying views of the Aegadian archipelago and enjoying its own private pool. Set in elegant gardens filled with mature plants and shrubs, it's a great base for a holiday in Sicily
The property is made up of a main house and a separate dependence. The latter is home to the third double bedroom and bathroom and is the perfect set up for a family travelling together who perhaps have grandparents with them who would prefer a little privacy from the rest of the group. The other two double bedrooms are in the main house and have their own ensuite bathrooms. The main house also boasts a well equipped kitchen. This is traditional in style and has a central wooden table, with a traditional sideboard and fridge / freezer on one wall and white tiled units, oven, hob and sink on the other. In addition, there is also a spacious open plan living and dining room. A table here seats 6 and there are also a couple of sofas arranged around a TV. One of these is a sofa bed allowing the property to sleep up to 8 guests if required. All rooms are light and airy, thanks to large windows placed to make the most of the wonderful views. Outside, there is a terrace and BBQ area, perfect for al fresco dining. Best of all though are the views. The panorama from the pool area is stunning, with views to the Mediterranean sea and its islands. Please note that energy consumption is included up to 300 kWh per week. Any additional consumption is charged at 0.40 euros per extra kWh.
Just 3 km from the nearest beaches, the villa is also just a short drive from a selection of shops and bars, so you do not always have to drive the 9 km into Marsala city centre if you need something. It is well placed to visit some of the best beaches on the West coast of Sicily, including Signorino, the Stagnone and the Belice nature reserves, San Vito Lo Capo beach and the Zingaro nature reserve. For those keen to see the sights, the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento, the old town of Marsala, and the medieval hamlet of Erice near Trapani are all within easy reach. And, of course, don't miss the opportunity to explore the Aegadian islands just off the Sicilian coast.