We visited this property with our children; one teenager and one young adult. We spent a week here at the end of August and used it as a base to visit Venice, Padova, Montselice, the Po Delta, amongst others, and of course the beach at Rosolina. The property was part of the former Correzzola monastic estate and the owner, who was generally very helpful, was able to show and tell us about its interesting history.
We enjoyed the novelty of being able to buy locally grown risotto rice and see the owner's sunflower crop being harvested just before the rain. We saw buckwheat growing in the field next door and pomegranates growing on the tree outside the kitchen window.
We enjoyed our holiday!