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Buon Anno!

This is the Italian greeting for "Happy New Year!" A literal translation is"Good Year!". It's certainly a fitting greeting to wish people well for the coming year but it's also something we can say with Thanks for 2022. Here at Casa della Zia, we emerged from the shadow of Covid to a busy year, filled with new and returning friends. It was a privilege to be able to offer folks the relaxing tranquility needed to restore us all after these past two dark years...

2023 is already starting to fill with requests from new and returning guests, some on their 4th visit.We are also getting requests for late autumn/ early winter bookings this year

. As we are equipped for all year round stays why not think about a Christmas or New Year break with us? Who know you might find yourself wishing the locals here Buon Anno for 2024! In the meantime we wish you a peaceful and fulfilling 2023 and look forward to hearing from you with any questions or requests you might have.

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