Palazzo Margherita
Bernalda, Basilicata, Matera, Italy
??The Palazzo Margherita for me is a dream come true. Its magical gardens, the family gathering in the magnificent Salon for whatever purpose; celebrations, intimate teas, or evenings of films. It is a painted palace, with frescos on its ceilings and walls, palatial rooms with countless details, modern in terms of its systems, music and cinema available like hot and cold running water; yet the patina of its epoch is preserved, and when the children are there, delight is everywhere.?

FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA about Palazzo Margherita, The Family Coppola Hideaways.

Palazzo Margherita, built in 1892 in Bernalda by the Margherita family, is a true 19th century palazzo. The town was the birthplace and home to Agostino Coppola, Francis Ford Coppola??s grandfather, who always referred to it affectionately as ??Bernalda bella.?? Francis purchased the Palazzo in 2004 with the desire to transform it into a small, luxurious Italian boutique hotel, believing it was time to introduce visitors to this stunning and still undiscovered region.
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Palazzo Margherita, Coppola´s luxury hotel in Italy, is situated in Bernalda, a small hilltop town in the Basilicata region of Southern Italy.
?? Bari or Brindisi: 1 hour 20 min.
?? Private charters Taranto-Grott.: 45 min.
? Sandy Beaches: 15 min. (Beach Club)

? Garden Suite One, Five and Six
? Garden Room Two and Three
? Suite Four (Sofia), Suite Seven (Roman),
? Suite Eight (Gia) and Suite Nine (Francis)

? Eat-in Kitchen: in the Palazzo??s large, welcoming kitchen, guests experience firsthand traditional cooking of Basilicata. Local chefs give daily, hands-on classes on typical regional dishes.
? Cinecittà Bar: traditional café and pizzeria that looks onto Bernalda´s town square.
? Family Bar: coffee or meals throughout the day, or pre-dinner cocktails & appetizers in the evening.
? Pool Bar: selection of wine, cocktails or beverages and snacks to enjoy while relaxing in the sun.
? Garden Grigliata: in a cozy corner of the ancient Garden, typical Italian informal grigliata.

? Historic Sites (Matera , Hera temple, Alberobello, Lecce, Otranto, etc.)
? Food & Wine
? Nature Trails (Pollino National Park, Beaches, etc.)
? Arts & Crafts (Tufa, Ceramic, Terracota artwork at its source, etc.)
? Sports & Outdoors (Golf, Tennis, Yoga, Pilates, Massages, Biking, etc.)
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