Type: Bed and Breakfast Geographical Location: Hill Accommodations:
n°2 Double bed room. Total Guests 4
Podere Cerreta is an old stone farmhouse dating back to the thirteenth century, with tastefully old Tuscan style restored bedrooms, completely placed in the woods of Tuscany. The comfortable bedrooms of the structure have been furnished with characteristic Tuscan furniture, equipped with satellite TV. Our location, close to the mountains of Borbotto and Falterona, is ideal for trekking on horseback, mountain bikeing or footing along the paths of the CAI (Italian Alpine Club).
Alessandro and Manuela will provide their expertise and their wood-burning oven for fun lessons through which to learn how to make bread, crushed and pizza.AT PODERE CERRETA ARE ALSO PRODUCTS AND GLUTEN-FREE FOODS FOR CELIACS WE CONDUCTED THE COURSE FOR PREPARAZIOPNE PERSONNEL OF GLUTEN-FREE FOOD FOR COELIACS IN COLLABORATION WITH A.I.C TUSCANY AND CFA.
The wonderful wildlife around us is composed mainly of roe deers, deers, hawks, porcupines, jays, wild pigs and many kinds of birds depending on the season.
Accommodations and Services in Podere Cerreta
Podere Cerreta offers its guests one double bedroom and one twin bedded room.
It offers cozy and comfortable rooms, decorated in an old Tuscan style, with satellite TV.
Here you can enjoy relaxation and tranquility.
Our location, close to the mountains of Borbotto and Falterona, is ideal for trekking on horseback, mountain bikeing or footing along the paths of the CAI (Italian Alpine Club).
Sport: Hunting, Fishing, Archery
Wellness: Hydromassage, Massages
Internal Services: Acces Internet, Communal television, TV in room, TV sat, Wifi, Heating, Daily cleaning, Final cleaning
Educational activities: Educational activities, Nature studies, Guided tour of the farm
Courses: Courses Cuisine
External services: Barbecue, Rental Bikes, Car park
Experiences: Cycle tourism, Winter sports, Trekking, Stables & Riding, Religious pilgrimages, Romantic escape, Adventure, Family & Children, Art and Culture, Food and Wine, Wellness, Eco Frendly
The bedrooms have a shared bathroom
The price includes the consumption of water and electricity
We offer the add of a cradle or a crib for children on request
Check-in: after 14:00
Check-out: before 11:00 am
You can rent bicycles directly to the structure (the service is not included in price)
Dog Sitter Service
Snowshoe rental: a transfer request from Podere Cerreta the trails of Mount Borbotto in the Casentino Forest National Park
Possible connection with ADSL Wireless throughout the B&B on request
We offer FREE shuttle-service from and to the Dicomano station on request
Where we arePodere Cerreta is located in Tuscany San Godenzo in Prov. in Florence
San Godenzo territory, with the surrounding mountains, was dominated from the Guidi Counts until the year 1344, when it was ceded to Florentine Republic at the time. In this way it became part of the Florentine area which was widening with ever new conquests. Between the end of the fourteenth century and the beginning of the fifteenth century, Florence prepared its Statute with its rules, guaranteeing for itself especially the forest and breeding resources. From the year 1500 until the year 1700, San Godenzo as well as all the Mugello area, continued to suffer the oppression of the municipalityof Florence.
In the year 1737 the Lorraine Reign carried out several reforms in the protection of forests and agriculture. With the Napoleonic Kingdom (1801-1814) the territory suffered an interruption of improvements. After the fall of Napoleon, Tuscany was ceded to the Hapsburg-Lorraine Leopold II who completed the road to the city of Forlì and built a big wall called "Muraglione", to allow the exchange of horses, which were sheltered from the violent winds of the road. During that period, there was a significant population increase of San Godenzo, that in the year 1844 touched 3304 inhabitants. But the First World War had tragic consequences for the country in human and economic terms.During the year 1944, under the oppression of the German army and its allies, most of the houses were razed, and a great part of the population was forced to take refuge far away, beyond the Appenins too. In the year 1945 San Godenzo began its reconstruction. Today the village of San Godenzo, with its 1.258 inhabitants, has as economic activities the handicraft of wood, wrought iron and stone; moreover there is an important increase of tourism.