The hotel is a pearl of architecture of the end '800 in the south-east of Sicily. Large openings evoke the sumptuousness of the time, with an eye to the late Gothic style, characteristic of the french palaces and churches. Not by chance the connection with the land beyond the Alps was a tred d'union between the grandfather Francis, creator of the villa, and Ragusa. As a direct result of his travels in France, the young and rampant doctor Boscarino returned to Sicily and created what he called the "Cottage", to protect the ones he loved from the spread of cholera. The villa was the family home until the time of the Italian economic boom, and then almost forgotten in the passing of time . After ten years of restoration work, Villa Boscarino is now ready to accommodate travelers from all over the world. The private garden, almost two thousand square meters big, is full of trees and plants, and offers guests privacy and comfort. Inside, calm and silence reign as in a liturgical church; and in fact the heart of the house is the old chapel, now converted into the breakfast room, which animates every morning with aromas and flavors of Sicily. The rooms reflect the architectural combination of the hotel: the "profane" of clean lines and modern furnishing, combines with the sanctity and purity of white limestone.