Following the path of the waters, in Telese Terme, you will enter the most important parks in the area: the Grassano Park, the largest, is a beautiful naturalistic pearl where you can practice outdoor sports, canoe, relax and regenerate your senses;

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The Telese Terme Park, a large green oasis, has its sulphurous water as its protagonist, as does the Ancient Jacobelli SPA, opened in the second half of the 19th century, which with its ancient thermal pools is a delightful place, rich in history and with pleasant shady walks.

Picturesque panoramas and splendid sunsets are reflected instead in the waters of Telese Lake, from which it is impossible to escape for a visit, especially if reached by our E-Bike.

Sannio is not a single town, it is a series of small villages nestled in nature, between valleys and hills, such as Cerreto Sannita and San Lorenzello, where skilled craftsmen take great care over the details of their ceramics.

Further on we find Cusano Mutri, which can be considered a real jewel of Italian medieval art: the village is a mixture of taste, nature and adventure! The more courageous can try the thrill of an excursion to the Gole di Caccaviola or simply to the Forre del Lavello and then proceed to Pietraroja to discover the dinosaur Ciro and its local ham.

You are in one of the lands that has been carefully cultivating its grapes for centuries, obtaining precious nectar such as Falanghina and Aglianico. Passing through Castelvenere (one of the most populated towns in Italy) and after having tasted the typical "scarpella vennerese" accompanied by the local "Camaiola", you reach Guardia Sanframondi, a characteristic village dominated by the imposing castle and chosen by many foreigners as a place of residence. These are just some of the Sanniti villages recognised as European Wine Capital 2019. Moreover, Guardia Sanframondi becomes a pilgrimage destination during the seven-year rites in August, with people arriving from all over the world.

Benevento, the capital of the Samnite region, is home to one of the most important museums in Campania, the Sannio Museum, which contains exhibits from the Samnite-Longobard period to the 20th century.

The smell of the infamous Strega liqueur will accompany you through the streets of this wonderful city, an open-air museum thanks to its thousand-year history. From the Roman amphitheatre to the Hortus Conclusus, from Trajan's Arch to the Church of Santa Sofia (UNESCO HERITAGE) in Benevento you can go from one era to another in just a few steps!

Uncontaminated nature, beech and chestnut woods and healthy air make the Taburno-Camposauro Regional Park a rare pearl of the Apennines, one of the most evocative mountain sites in the Sannio region and a must for excursions and walks. The peaks of the massif take on the shape of a large sleeping woman, commonly known as "La dormente del Sannio" (the Sannio sleeper), also visible from some of our rooms.

Sant'agata de' goti is a charming village, among the most beautiful villages in Italy. Between the magical atmosphere and craft shops, time will pass too quickly! Passing the majestic Carolinian aqueduct, you will then reach the Royal Palace of Caserta, a real Italian jewel and not only, a Unesco heritage site.

The monumental complex of San Leucio, on the other hand, is a rare and hidden gem: restored looms, tools for processing silk... a true path of industrial archaeology.

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3 reasons to stay with us

Among the first hotels in Sannio to adopt measures to support the environment.

Several artists have done us proud with the exhibition of their works.

Tradition and innovation come together in the dishes prepared by our Chef.