Matera b&b Italy and cave hotel
La Corte dei pastori” is a landscape b&b in the Sassi of Matera, in Italy. It’s a wonderful hotel in the centre of the ancient town. The bueautiful cave hotel began as an idea from Mimmo and Tiziana in one of the most suggestive areas of the Sassi, an artistic heritage of the UNESCO since 1993.
Bed and breakfast carved into the stone
La Corte dei Pastori is a typical accommodation located in the historic center of Matera, carved into the stone of the Sassi.
Sasso Caveoso area
The B&B is located within the Caveoso area of the Sassi, in the heart of the historical part of the city, right next to the San Pietro church and at the bottom of the rock Madonna dell’Idris.
From which a wonderful view can be seen, admired and experienced.
It’s all within the restructured cave with the mosaics and bizantine crosses still intact and ready to be admired, achoing ancient times ready to be rediscovered.
Mimmo and Tiziana
Mimmo and Tiziana will advice the best possible type of breakfast for your relaxation and enjoyment, along with a wide variety of historical and naturalistic itineraries, without excluding some good and healthy art and culture, of course.
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Privacy in the independent rooms
Live the experience of the clean cave-like room, each of which are independent and have a ful bathroom and private terrace.
The Corte dei Pastori guarantees privacy and tranquillity for its guests!
Experience in the cave room
Experience in the cave The experience of sleeping in the B&B of the Sassi of Materais unique and unforgettable. The rooms are dug along the side of a massive rockL.
The city of Mankind
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The town of Carlo Levi and troglodyte lifestyle
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The Caveoso is the ancient district of the Sassi located in the southern part of the historic center. In the surroundings of the Sasso Caveoso there are many rock churches with fresco paintings and cave houses.
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