|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Set in the landscape of Lodi, between Lombardy and Emilia, an old greenhouse, which was renovated by a famous Danish architect, facing the swimming pool shared with accommodation IEC200 and the homeowner. The original structure has a living room on different levels ( stone steps) with large windows and a double sofa bed, kitchen, bathroom (accessible also from the outside from the pool area). A spiral staircase leads to the gallery (with double bed), which opens onto the living room. Private garden. Shared park and grill. The property is located in a nature reserve area of the river Adda and is an ideal starting point for excursions into the countryside on foot, horseback or by bicycle. Inviting hiking trails lead to castles and churches of great artistic interest. In the vicinity there are Cities of Art of historical and cultural interest: Lodi 30 km, Crema 30 km, Cremona 20 km, Piacenza 15 km, Parma 40 km, Pavia 40 km. The technical pool room is right in the house. The central apartment of the homeowner is used for meals or for guided visiting purposes. Arrival within 6 pm after prior notification. At NOVASOL we offer over 40,000 hand-picked holiday homes, across 29 European countries. Our huge selection of self-catering accommodation includes beautiful holiday homes near the sea, cottages in stunning country surroundings, villas with private pools and apartments in some of Europe's most interesting and beautiful cities. We aim to simply provide: Quality self-catering holiday properties all handpicked and inspected by our employees, with complete reliability meaning you can trust that we will provide you with the best accommodation for you holiday.
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