Along a small side street between the castle and the town square in the old part of Castelbuono is the Bergi family's B & B. They also run an agriturismo outside the town, where you are welcome to take advantage of the pool and restaurant.
But why take go out of town when you can experience the warmth and ambience that is prevalent every night in the small square in this town, where there is a long history and strong traditions? The old sit and enjoy the last hours of sunshine, while restaurant and café owners prepare tables ready for the evening diners. Besides the locals who have their permanent seats on the chairs, there is a continuous influx of travellers and other Sicilians who come up here to buy manna which most people have heard of from the Bible but few have tried before: it looks like white coriander seed, and it tastes like gingerbread. It has been used for centuries as a medicinal aid until they started to manufacture it artificially in modern laboratories.
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The Bergi family have developed their B & B in a building that was previously one of the towns old churches and display their home-made products here for visitors to try (their jams are really good). Here are three well decorated rooms perfectly designed for travellers to explore: they have good beds, private bathrooms, air conditioning, but no garden or terrace. A couple or a maximum of three nights here will definitely give a deeper insight into the local culture, life and gastronomy: in the town centre there are, several restaurants, including the well reputed Nangalarunni and patisserie Fiasconaro, which have collected and developed many recipes for cakes made with manna. There is free public parking around 100 metres from this small bed and breakfast.
Note: Do not expect anything special for breakfast, but you can always take it at the local café / espresso bar on the main street.