Arredi curati e ben tenuti, due camere da letto di cui la principale dotata di letto matrimoniale e di divano letto matrimoniale e la seconda di letto singolo . Attrazioni zona: Palazzo Ducale, la Torre di Revere, e la bellissima Chiesa Barocca del 1600, il Fiume Po con le sue spiagge e riserve naturali, il Mulino sul Po, le piste cicabili del percorso Europeo Eurovelo8 fino a Venezia passando per il Parco del fiume Mincio, Mantova, lago di Garda, la bellissima Borghetto. Verona a 40 minuti.
“Since we arrived when it was already completely dark, the road through the fields, where it’s sometimes a problem to part with an oncoming car, was a little dumb, because the house is next to a strange farm building. But in fact, when you enter the house, the entire first floor is completely at your disposal! You can cook, watch TV, walk around the yard ... In general, a great place!”
Villa/cascina immersa nella campagna tra Mantova e Modena, circondata da un ampio giardino che consente di passare molto tempo in relax usufruendo degli ampi e attrezzati spazi a disposizione. Arredata in stile rustico, la casa si presenta molto accogliente e confortevole Colazione inclusa nel prezzo del soggiorno.
“It's a small oasis to relax and be served as a prince. Gioconda is an amazing host with all the attention to make your stay as peacefull and perfect as it should be. We will come back for sure !”
We're renting out the house we've built near to our property, in Quistello, Mantova province. The house is brand new (no one has lived in it yet), with all comforts and a small private garden. The ground floor is made of: the entrance/living room, the kitchen, one bathroom. A wooden staircase leads to the attic, with parquet and hammer-beamed roofs, where there are one bedroom and one more bathroon. All rooms are spacious and full of light. Quistello is a small and quiet town in the countryside, where you can enjoy long walks and bike rides, and visit a number of 'agriturismi' where the best organic food is served! Though far from the chaos, Quistello is close to a number of tourist places: San Benedetto Po, with its worldwide-famous Benedictine abbey, is just a 10-min bus/car ride away; Mantova, a jewel of Medieval architecture and the capital of September vibrant Literature Festival, is half an hour away. Also, Verona and Bologna are easily reachable by train (50 mins), as are many other destinations. All this makes our house the perfect location for tourists in search of peace, relax and good food, who also want to have a look at some of Italy's most interesting cities. Your hosts will be a couple in their early 60s: Annateresa is a doctor, Enzo has recently retired and is now devoting his time to the garden, some house work (he's a great house-husband!), some volunteering and.. university, which he's decided to join again, after a 35-years break! The house sleeps three/four people (ideally a couple + kids); we'll make special offers for solo travellers.
“We had a fantastic 5 nights at Enzo’s place in Quistello. The practicalities first. Perfectly situated for exploring nearby cities of Mantua, Ferrara, Bologna and Modena. The property is actually a one bedroom house with a small garden at the rear. It is situated in the heart of the small town. It is really well equipped. A shower room downstairs and a full bathroom upstairs - just the job to soak those aching bones after a day out sightseeing! Two large supermarkets within easy walking distance. Both open on Sundays which was a revelation. I should also mention the off road parking which was perfect for us. The real joy though were the hosts. Enzo and his wife Anna Teresa are ‘super’ hosts in the truest sense. While they did not speak English and we could not speak Italian, it was not a problem at all. A local friend who spoke fantastic English was enlisted to welcome us. We were made to feel so welcome. The thoughtful touches and extras like plentiful coffee, biscuits and cakes were just great. I would highly recommend this property. I would say without reservation it was the best Airbnb experience we have had so far.”