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B&B La Pineta

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Bed & Breakfast “La Pineta”
loc. Case Mazzetta, 419 – 43051 Albareto (PR)
Tel . 392 73 11 856 – 392 26 06201
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.beblapineta.it

The B&B “La Pineta” has got 3 rooms (2 triple rooms and 1 double room), all of them having a panoramic view and TV on demand. The bathroom is fitted with baby-changing tables. In the living room people can relax and read newspapers and magazines,. Moreover there is also a wide area where children can play.

Outdoor there is a wide amusement park and a poultry park where miniature rabbits run freely. In the pinewood, there is the possibility to use our barbecue for outdoors grills.

There is an unattended car park. If people want to visit the beautiful places and paths of the high Taro Valley, they can have maps and calendars of the local events. Moreover we organise excursions with expert guides in the woods and paths of the area.
Guests can also use our mail service.

Agriturismo Il Goreto

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Loc. Il goreto
43050 Tarsogno (Parma)

Tel. +39 347 0112507
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.agriturismo-ilgoreto.it

Il Goreto is a small rural complex whose block of houses, some of them still intact, surround a small paved yard with a fountain which was originally for the stables.

This area is on the side of the Corona hill, a thick chestnut wood renowned for the mushroom picking.

The main house is near a hill where ancient fruit trees and wonderful linden trees grow.

The fact that it is quite difficult to reach this small area contributes to make it very quiet. Those people who love to be in contact with nature in all its freedom can make brief excursions to the near alta via dei monti liguri promoted by the municipality of Varese Ligure. Here it is possible to enjoy a wonderful landscape: grasslands, beech woods and ancient farms which cultivate biological products.

Back to the agritourism, guests can taste a high quality typical cuisine based on home made products like honey, jams, conserves, spirits and of course everything that grows in our gardens like vegetables, mushrooms and aromatic herbs.

The house was built in 1909 as the door inscription indicates and it is surrounded by a yard closed by an art nouveau balustrade which faces the fruit trees. The interiors are large with two homely dining rooms which are warmed by the wood stove. The furnishing of the rooms, which are all on the first floor, is conceived in order to make them cosy and comfortable.