We were welcomed by Zaira who looked after us very well. We enjoyed some homemade treats and cakes, courtesy of her mum, and each day we were offered a generous breakfast. It was very quiet as we were the only people staying at the time, although the neighbourhood dogs sometimes were very vocal. We understood the kitchen was available for us, but there was an extra charge for this - only 3€ so not a problem, but Zaira left pots, plates, cooking stuff out specially, so remember to plan ahead if you want to prepare a meal in. This was all done with good humour as if it was no trouble at all. We could see Mt Etna from our window which was good. The local village has a few restaurants and it's main attraction is an ancient horse chestnut tree, about 5 minutes walk from the B&B, where there is also a bar and decent pizza restaurant. This is a little out of the way and you need a car, but a really nice place to stay for an impression of rural Sicily and to access Etna. Touch tricky to find, but if you get to the chestnut tree, keep the car park on your left, stay on the main road and Nake is on the right at a junction after about 800m.