An early-19th-century hunting lodge is a rather exotic retreat, tucked into lush gardens at the edge of historic Marsala. The fanciest guest rooms and suites are on the upper floors of an elegant villa, with wide-oak and tile floors and arched loggias opening onto a courtyard. Others are garden bungalows that resemble stone igloos—they’re unusual but attractive, sort of an Italian take on glamping, divided into small sitting rooms and bedrooms with a cramped bathroom and scattered among greenery and shaded lanes surrounding a beautiful swimming pool. The atmosphere is casual and the grounds are full of many shady corners for relaxing. A pizza oven is fired up in the summer, and the restaurant serves well-done Sicilian dishes. From the center of Marsala, take SS115 north toward Trapani; the hotel is signposted.