Villa near Castel San Pietro Terme, Bologna - Emilia Romagna, Italy - Peaceful Location. Private Pool, Table Tennis, Pool Table. Privacy, Elegance, Stunning View
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We stayed at this house in May half term and had a brilliant time. The owners couldn't have been nicer and were there to show us around on arrival. The house, views, pool and everything was as wonderful as we hoped. We can also recommend the water park, 5 minutes away (only at weekends off season).
We also had two very nice meals in an Argentinean restaurant Molino Nuove on the main road 15 minutes drive away.
Highly recommend this property (although loathed to tell everyone as it wont be available if we want to go back )
Special interest holidays:
Cookery courses (hand-made pasta: tagliatelle, tortellini, tortelloni) can be organised as an optional extra.
One hour by car from the Adriatic beaches of Rimini, Riccione and Cattolica.
Bologna (BLQ) - 50km.
Forlì (FRL) - 60km.
Rimini (RMI) - 110km.
Florence (35 minutes by train from Bologna).
Milano (1h 05 minutes by train from Bologna).
Rome (2h 20 minutes by train from Bologna).
Castel San Pietro - 15km.
The nearby “Villaggio della Salute” (just 2 km away) provides family fun with its 10 swimming pools filled with geothermal spring water as well as offering a comprehensive range of beauty and wellness treatments.
A 15-minute (13km) car journey takes golf-enthusiasts to the Le Fonti Gold Club and its 18- hole course and the local horse riding centres organise hacks in the area, the perfect way to enjoy the stunning local countryside.
The nearby town of Castel San Pietro offers a good selection of restaurants in which to sample the mouth-watering egg pasta the Emilia-Romagna area is famous for and many other local delicacies. During the summer period, the area also hosts a number of culinary festivals, what better opportunity to savour hand-made tortelloni or tagliatelle?
Bologna, which is famous for its delicious cuisine and for being home to the oldest European University, which was established in 1088, is well worth a visit. Delight in browsing around the Medieval city centre, with its intriguing museums, squares with monumental churches and the porticos, Bologna’s unique hallmark. Enjoy the shopping in Galleria Cavour and neighbouring streets or simply enjoy a drink in one of the city’s many atmospheric bars.