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A charming experience for a memorable vacation

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5 bedrooms
5 bathrooms
10 guests
2 nights minimum
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Dating back to the 16th century, the elegant Palazzo Torriani awaits you right in the heart of Marradi, just 10 minutes’ walk from the station, offering luxury accommodation with period furniture. In the magnificent Torriani residence, guests will also find reading and music rooms, as well as a large garden that is perfect for a relaxing rest. Visitors to the dwelling should not miss the wine-tasting sessions and cooking lessons, and staff will also be happy to organise interesting trips around Tuscany. Palazzo Torriani is the ideal setting for unforgettable events such as honeymoons, anniversaries and birthdays. Free parking and Wi-Fi internet for guests. An hour from Florence by train or car. Marradi is a small, ancient village in the Tosco-Romagnolo Apennines, and lies on the 'Antica vi...Dating back to the 16th century, the elegant Palazzo Torriani awaits you right in the heart of Marradi, just 10 minutes’ walk from the station, offering luxury accommodation with period furniture. In the magnificent Torriani residence, guests will also find reading and music rooms, as well as a large garden that is perfect for a relaxing rest. Visitors to the dwelling should not miss the wine-tasting sessions and cooking lessons, and staff will also be happy to organise interesting trips around Tuscany. Palazzo Torriani is the ideal setting for unforgettable events such as honeymoons, anniversaries and birthdays. Free parking and Wi-Fi internet for guests. An hour from Florence by train or car. Marradi is a small, ancient village in the Tosco-Romagnolo Apennines, and lies on the 'Antica via del Grano e del Sale' route that once linked the Republic of Florence – where wheat was grown –with the Romagna area, where the characteristic “sweet” salt is still harvested in Cervia to this day. Surrounded by splendid, unspoilt landscape, the centre of the village boasts a number of beautiful noble buildings that testify to its illustrious past, and Marradi is a superb place both to live in and to visit. Life here moves along at a very “human” pace, well away from the hustle and bustle of the city, enhanced by the green forests and the clean, crystal-clear air, not to mention the excellent cooking, featuring the delicious local produce. Especially worth trying are the superlative Marron Buono chestnuts and the truffles, to mention just two. The locals are known for their hospitality and are happy to share with visitors the attractions of Marradi and the surrounding area, the birthplace of the poet Dino Campana and the inspiration behind his renowned work 'I Canti Orfici'. In the centre of the village, visitors can admire the Archpriest’s Church, featuring alterpieces by the Maestro of Marradi, the eighteenth-century 'Teatro degli Animosi', the Church of Suffrage, Palazzo Torriani, the Dino Campana Study Centre, with the museum adjacent to it, and the Centre for the Study and Documentation of Chestnuts. The area is the ideal choice for a relaxing holiday, offering walking, horse-riding and mountain bike trips to visit the hermitages and the abbeys, or the nearby art cities ( Florence, Ravenna, Bologna, Venezia, San Marino, Rimini). Location Firenze : 50 km. Tennis court : 50 m. Airport : 50 km, Pharmacy : 300 m / 855 ft, Supermarket : 600 m / 1710 ft, Shops : less than 50 m, Train station : 500 m / 1425 ft, Cash machine : 200 m / 570 ft, Restaurant : 200 m / 570 ft, Bank : 200 m / 570 ft Activities onsite Equitation, Table tennis, Regional speciality tasting, Table football, Mountain Biking / Cycling, Fishing, Regional speciality tasting, Tennis, , Table tennis, , . Activities in the vicinity Hunting, Horse riding, Equitation, Theatre, Mountain Biking / Cycling, Museum, Forest, Vineyard, Hiking, Forest, Thermal Baths, , . More
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Anna Maria T
Languages spoken:English
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:April 2012
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Date of stay: April 2012
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Pets Allowed: Ask
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Yes
Cooker
Suitable For Children Under 5
Refrigerator
Porch
Safe
Outdoor Dining Area
Towels Provided
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Freezer
Cable/satellite TV
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Stereo System
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Marradi is 65 km from Florence, 85 from Bologna, 70 from Ravenna, 35 from Faenza, the city of ceramics and 35 from the Mugello race track, 95 km from Rimini and 45 from Forlì. You can also get to Marradi by train from either Florence or Faenza railway stations. Spa baths: BRISIGHELLA (km 20), RIOLO TERME (km 35), CASTROCARO TERME(km 45). Airports: Forli km.45, Florence km.60, bo,logna km. 80. An hour from Florence by train or car. Marradi is a small, ancient village in the Tosco-Romagnolo Apennines, and lies on the 'Antica via del Grano e del Sale' route that once linked the Republic of Florence – where wheat was grown –with the Romagna area, where the characteristic “sweet” salt is still harvested in Cervia to this day. Surrounded by splendid, unspoilt landscape, the centre of the vill...
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