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Farm holiday
Price: Medium
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“Agriturismo Gamberaldi.” Under the system of Agrotourism you will stay in true Italian farms and cottages, set in beautiful locations across the country. At Gamberaldi you will experience the hospitality and ambiance that only Tuscany can offer. Borgo Gamberaldi is a small hamlet set in the Apennine Hills of North East Tuscany, close to the border with Emilia Romagna. Historically this strategic position placed Gamberaldi between the “Gran Ducato di Toscana” and “Stato Pontificio” the route that salt and grain had to pass in the 17th century, making Gamberaldi a wealthy and powerful place to be. Today the Gamberaldi Estate extends to 200 hectares of woodland complete with a small organic farm. The wooded area of sweet chestnut and hornbeam trees act a sanctuary for deer and the open areas host many rare and beautiful plants, butterflies and insects. Many different birds fly the skies and it is not unusual to wake in the morning to the sound of cuckoos amid the dawn chorus, while merlins and hen harriers patrol the estate borders. Being on average 600 meters above sea level, the air quality and the clarity of Monte Gamberaldi allows an open vista taking in seven hillsides of wooded groves and clear pastures. At Gamberaldi you will find the main house and reception, the Villa Cavina Pratesi and the newly renovated property “La Perdolina” which will be your holiday accommodation during your stay. La Perdolina consists of 3 self contained apartments all with central heating. “La Perdolina” 1) The Observation Tower, renovated in 2005 to a high standard, it is built on the ruins of a medieval observation tower with commanding views over the local countryside. It’s features are, a sitting room with fireplace, a kitchen with hob and dishwasher, a bathroom with shower and bidet. On the first floor, a spacious family room with one double bed, two single beds and writing table. Picture windows now hold the views of the original observation tower. Observation Tower. 2) Ca' di Beppe is a smaller apartment and it sits on the ruin of the old former farmhouse. Now connected to the observation tower it hosts a kitchen and a bathroom in the ground floor and a bedroom with double bed on the first floor. Hardwood floors and spiral staircase complete this apartment, again this apartment has breathtaking views over the countryside. Ca’ di Beppe . 3) Pratolina is the last apartment in the row and as in Ca’ di Beppe, sits on the ruins of the former farmhouse. It hosts a kitchen and bathroom on the ground floor and a bedroom with double bed at the first floor. Hardwood floors and staircase, multi-opening feature windows frame the panoramic views. Each apartment has been renovated under the supervision of Francesco Cavina Pratesi in 2005, trained in Architecture, Francesco and the whole Cavina Pratesi family will be your hosts during your stay ensuring that your holiday will be problem free. Pratolina. A Welcome Pack will greet you on arrival and will include a selection of products from the region and from our organic farm, so you can prepare your first “continental style” breakfast of milk, bread, jams and coffee. Our Tuscan welcome for you on your arrival. “Agriturismo Gamberaldi” also offers you the possibility to have lunch and dinner at the Villa Cavina-Pratesi. With “home made” Italian cuisine offering the finest local and seasonal ingredients set in the Villa’s historic dining room built in 1647. Prices starts from 25€ per person for the Agriturismo’s guests (advance booking is required). “Chestnut Weekends Short Break” - The local woodland produces a large sweet chestnut harvest which is an important part of the local economy and as a result we are offering our “Chestnut Weekend Short Breaks” in October. It includes: two nights in one of the apartments (arrival on Friday evening); a guided walk and an opportunity to pick up your own sweet chestnuts. (A small meal in the chestnut woods is provided). On Saturday evening, we offer a magnificent dinner at Villa Cavina-Pratesi experiencing typical Tuscan fare and a variety of chestnuts dishes; On Sunday, a free trip to Marradi to attend the traditional "Sagra delle Castagne" (Chestnut town Festival). Chestnut Weekends Short Break - Inclusive Price: 100€ per person. Location; Gamberaldi is 6km west of Marradi, it is perfectly located in the heart of the Apennine Hills and it offers a variety of excursions (walking, mountain biking) in the astonishing landscapes of both Tuscany and Emilia-Romagna. Nearby sites of Interest: Firenze (1 hour by train and 1.5 by car); Ravenna (1 hour by train or by car); Bologna (1 hour by train or by car); Autodromo del Mugello: 1 hour by car; Closed: from November the 1st to December the 19st and from January the 17st to January the 31st;
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Sempre aperto/ Always open

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70 €
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400/600 €




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