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Casa Talía, Modica

Via Exaudinos, 9, 97015 Modica RG, Italy
Casa Talía Review
 
3 Star Rating
11 September 2014Casa TalíaTags: Modica, Italy, Self Catering reviewsThe Bill: £110 per night
 

Casa Talia can be found in Modica, Sicily. This intimate bed and breakfast sports an authentic Sicilian décor, and the rooms offer excellent views over the town of Modica.

Casa Talia is ideal for those looking to stay somewhere nice in a village community. We wouldn’t necessarily describe Casa Talia as luxurious, but it’s certainly a nice place to stay if you’re passing through Modica.

Casa Talia is laidback in style, and feel. Modern comforts sit amongst the traditional Sicilian interiors, and marry together well to create a comfortable atmosphere.

"The owners have clearly created something special in Casa Talia"

The rooms themselves are historically inspired, so amongst the Sicilian touches, you can expect Greek, Spanish, and Arabic twists.

If you’re looking for things to do, Modica is a beautiful place to explore. Otherwise, treatments and massages are available upon request - so it is worth booking in for one of those.

We would emphasise however, that this is a boutique hotel, and thus, there is not a lot of space - so if you’re looking for packing tips, do so lightly. That shouldn’t detract from the overall experience, however; which is very good, if a little basic.

As such with hotels on a smaller scale, the experience at Casa Talia is more personal. So if you’re looking for a more luxury, anonymous stay, this is perhaps not the hotel for you.

That being said, the hospitality was very good, and we enjoyed our stay. Although village life may not be for everyone, if it is your cup of tea, and Sicily is your preferred choice, then this is certainly the hotel for you.

The owners have clearly created something special in Casa Talia, which is certainly worth checking out if you’re passing through. It’s a great base for those looking to explore the area, and comes recommended by us for such a pursuit.

 
Photos courtesy of Casa Talía
 

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