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Torrazzetta, first Farmhouse of Lombardy, since 1984, is located at the foothills of "Oltrepò Pavese". It is housed in a typical Lombard farmhouse, renovated respecting its ancient origins, with ample rustic and refined indoor and outdoor spaces. It offers a restaurant, serving local cuisine, 32 rooms (all with bathroom, AC, heating, LED TV, hair dryer, free WI- FI connection) and meeting rooms .
Among the common areas, all equipped with free Wi-Fi connection, we find: an outdoor pool 10x20m, a tennis - soccer court, table tennis, bar area, direct farm products shop, small library and farm animals.
The restaurant, open both for room guests as well as for guests coming from the outside, offers a cuisine based on authentic flavors and ancient local recipes of the Lombard and Oltrepò territory, reinterpreted with a bit of innovation and creativity. The menu is characterized by the use of whole wheat flour and by homemade bread and hand made pasta dishes. The foods offered are mostly cooked with organic products, in large part produced on the farm and are paired with excellent wines and sparkling wines (white, red and rosé) from organic farming (since 1984) produced in Torrazzetta's canteen.
Torrazzetta Agriturismo is the ideal place for wedding receptions and banquets, as well as for business meetings away from the bustle of the city, or just for a getaway for two or a family meal.
Manor house of 1600s beautifully renovated.
In the quiet countryside, few km away from the river Po, and among Lodi, Pavia and Piacenza provinces, you can find the Farm house "Ai due Taxodi".
The unusual name comes from the two big secular trees who dominate the house: "Taxodium Disticum", a scientific name belonging to the sequoia family.
The Agritourism currently produces rice and pasture for the cattle, oxen of the Chianina breed.
The building was originally a structure of the abbey of the monks Benedictines of Santa Cristina, who by first reclaimed the marshes of our countryside.
The reorganization has been executed trying to respect the spirit of the original building.
In the cold and foggy season guests can enjoy the heat from the big fire-place which makes the room and its epoch furniture more cheerful, while in the enjoyable season one lunches in the wide porch beautified by fired pillars.
Restored typical farm houses of the 1810 with every comfort in an ancient wine-producing tradition