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Hotel IL Pellicanotuscan, Italy

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OPENED IN THE 1960S on a wild, rough extend of the shore of Tuscany by a dashing English pilot and his American spouse, Lodging Il Pellicano inn has quite recently praised its 50th birthday. For its savagely steadfast customer base, this cautiously rich ocean side asylum is a club as much as a lodging, one where staff are welcomed like family and kindred visitors turn out to be great companions. So how do novices passage? Truly well, nowadays. Keen socialite Marie-Louise Sciò, who runs the inn with her dad Roberto, likes to keep things crisp and intriguing. In her time, she has raised Il Pellicano Eatery to bewildering statures with stunningly introduced, shockingly light dishes. It was first under Antonio Guida (later poached by the Mandarin Oriental in Milan) and presently with Pugliese culinary expert Sebastiano Lombardi, capably abetted by Federico Morosi, a standout amongst the most skilled barkeeps in Italy (Bono is a fanatic of his watermelon-based Angurita mixed drink). Two books have been distributed on Il Pellicano and its sustenance, with commitments from the form picture taker Juergen Teller and essayist Will Self; the inn has even propelled its own particular travel application. Just the inside plan of the 50 rooms remains steadfastly old-school, with brilliant Tuscan collectibles, earthenware floors, Carrara-marble-lined lavatories and botanical paisley four-blurb overhangs. There are rooms in six houses in the finished grounds, set in the midst of olive and cypress trees, however the suites in the principle building exceed all others by giving the quickest course to the warmed seawater pool and shoreline patio. 

Address:  Hotel Il Pellicano, Località Sbarcatello, Porto Ercole, Italy
Telephone: +39 0564 858 111
Price: doubles from about £345

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