Corte San Pietro
AddressVia B. Buozzi 97 B MateraSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Set inside the Matera Sassi UNESCO site, Corte San Pietro is housed in a renovated historical building carved out of stone. It offers rooms with a private entrance and free Wi-Fi throughout.
Featuring an elegant yet primitive style, each room is unique and furnished with hand-carved wood and stone items. All rooms have a view on the internal courtyard, where breakfast is served in summer.
Guests at the San Pietro can request to visit an underground system of cisterns probably interconnected during the Second World War. A shuttle service, bike rental and tour desk are also available.
Guests can enjoy discounted rates at a nearby partner car park. Matera Train Station is only 1 km away, and a 5-minute walk will take guests to the town cathedral. Set next to the Parco della Murgia Natural Reserve, the property is 50 km from the Ionian Sea.
If you expect to arrive outside reception opening hours, please inform the property in advance.
Please note that this property is set in a restricted traffic area. Access by car is allowed for loading and unloading of luggage only, and for a limited time.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Bicycle rental
- Non-smoking rooms
- Ticket service
- Room service
- Tour desk
- Shuttle service (surcharge)
- Free WiFi
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