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Located in San Cesario di Lecce, 4.2 miles from Piazza Mazzini and 4.5 miles from Piazza Sant'Oronzo, La Dimora delle Grazie provides accommodations with free WiFi, a garden, and access to a hot tub. Smooth communication with the owner before and during the stay. Absolutely beautiful apartment in an old building. 2 terraces and all facilities to enjoy the nice weather
B&B SALento is set in San Cesario di Lecce, 3.1 mi from Lecce and 20 mi from Gallipoli. The rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV. Room was spacious and very clean. We had our own kitchen and the pastries delivered fresh every morning were delicious.
Offering a free seasonal outdoor pool, La Serra is set in a peaceful area, 0.9 mi from Lecce. It offers self-catering accommodations with free Wi-Fi. Our stay was wonderful. Mario is fabulous, always there if needed, he really knows how to look after his guests. La Serra is a perfect place to cook, relax and enjoy.
An old Patrician villa located in San Cesario di Lecce, B&B Lu Casale is immersed in the Salento countryside. Nice hotel or b&b, that’s how we would call this place. It’s really beautiful, huge and comfortable, but everything feels more like a hotel or b&b. It didn’t give us the real ‘agriturismo experience’. Dinner was lovely, around the pool, breakfast was good (for the lazy days maybe a bit early), the pool it self is also huge and big. Close to Lecce!
Located in San Cesario di Lecce, 3.4 miles from Piazza Mazzini and 3.7 miles from Piazza Sant'Oronzo, Tenuta "Li Santi" has accommodations with free WiFi, air conditioning and access to a garden with... Beautiful area with swimming pool. Nice space to sleep and cook in the aparatment. Luigi was very helpful and kind.
Luxury B&B Coccolhouse provides a hot tub, as well as air-conditioned accommodations with free WiFi in San Cesario di Lecce, 4.9 miles from Piazza Mazzini. This year we traveled 4,500 km, visiting virtually all of Italy - we slept in 12 places, but this place was No. 1.
Located in San Cesario di Lecce, 4.3 miles from Piazza Mazzini and 4.5 miles from Piazza Sant'Oronzo, Distilia Dimora Salentina provides accommodations with free WiFi, air conditioning, an outdoor... It is our 2 time in dimora. The house is awesome, the pool area is well designed, the breakfast is exellent! The host is very welcoming and helpful! Lilia we miss you already! Thank you!
Casa di Luna, incantevole bilo con idromassaggio, a property with a terrace, is located in San Cesario di Lecce, 3.8 miles from Piazza Sant'Oronzo, 18 miles from Roca, as well as 2.8 miles from Lecce... Amazing host, great and clean apartment , excellent location- 10 mins to Lecce downtown by a car, reasonable price. We will come back again!
San Cesario di Lecce is probably not the first port of call that the traveller to Puglia might call to mind, but as is so often found along the Road Less Travelled it reveals itself as a little gem. As a working town and off the tourist route, the old centre of San Cesario di Lecce remains mostly ungentrified and the older buildings are all architectural treasures. The visitor should look out for the antique wrought-iron streetlights adorning the walls of the older parts of the town. The people we met were friendly with lots of “buongiornos’ offered as we strolled about. There is a Penny’s supermarket about seven minutes’ walk away well stocked and full of nice things at good prices, some of the staff do speak English and were very helpful. The other reason that we chose San Cesario di Lecce is its transport links, the town is well connected by bus, road and rail services with Lecce and the rest of Salento and Puglia. In fact, nowhere in Salento is more than 30 minutes away by car from San Cesario. On our first day we drove into Lecce the journey took about eight minutes and parking was simplicity itself using our iPhone parking App. We would heartily recommend this B&B, in fact this is more than just a bed and breakfast, it is a welcoming home from home where an English family may feel comfortable and well catered for.
A lovely peaceful place with a gorgeous town square where we spent a few hours watching the world go by, enjoying the culture. Comprehensive range of shops, including chemists and bank (Banca Monte Dei Paschi Di Siena, 48 Via Dante). Several supermarkets, including an indoor one (Mercato Coperto, 9 Piazza XX Settembre) having stalls selling fish, meat, dairy produce, fruit and vegetables, bread and general provisions - an experience of the 'real Italy'. We recommend Forno Rollo, a bakery (1 Via Ferrovia) just off the town square; lovely staff and great products. Several restaurants and cafes. We recommend Man vs Burger on the town square for delicious food at very reasonable prices and great staff. Also Small Cucina And More restaurant (59 Via Dante Alighieri) for a different experience; we found it to be more upmarket with good food and service. Train station with good connections and prices very reasonable. We went to Lecce, (five miles, seven minutes) which cost €4.40 and Gallipoli (24 miles, 80 minutes) for €14, each for two adult return tickets. In our view, a little piece of paradise.
Nice hotel or b&b, that’s how we would call this place. It’s really beautiful, huge and comfortable, but everything feels more like a hotel or b&b. It didn’t give us the real ‘agriturismo experience’. Dinner was lovely, around the pool, breakfast was good (for the lazy days maybe a bit early), the pool it self is also huge and big. Close to Lecce!
Hotel exceeded our expectations. host was lovely and extremely helpful. would recommend. easy to get to Lecce On the train.