Palazzo Villelmi Rooms are located on the corner of the famous and beautiful Piazza Duomo right by the cathedral in Cefalù. The palace was originally built by the noble family Villelmi de Falesia, but is now shared between many different owners.
Palazzo Villelmi's rooms have a reception on the top floor. There is no lift but instead a steep antique staircase. As you enter there is a small and rather dark common room where breakfast is served and three bedrooms on the same floor which can accommodate up to 3 people. Another room which is smaller and has a French bed (half bunk) is found on the floor above under the roof.
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Inside the house you follow a narrow staircase up to the top and you will arrive on a roof terrace from where you have a fabulous view of the piazza and cathedral on one side, and over the rooftops to the blue sea on the other side. You are likely to be using your camera a lot when you are up here, and of course you can sit and relax with a cold beer and glass of wine when you like.
The rooms are all nicely furnished and have a private bathroom with a toilet, shower and hair dryer. They have also air conditioning and a TV with DVD player. In the pedestrian zone Corso Ruggiero, which runs from the piazza in front, through the whole town centre, there are several cafes and restaurants and many shops to explore.