Relais cascina scottina

Property Overview

Type: Hotel
Address: Cadeo, Strada del riglio, localitÓ scottina
Pets: Pets friendly
Location Type: Countryside

Immersed in the silence of the Po Valley in the Piacenza countryside, between Pontenure and Cadeo, easily accessible from the Via Emilia, it is a beautiful country house, the "Cascina Scottina", reported with careful and respectful restoration to an interesting integration of nature and a new destination d 'use.
Environments, which once not entirely away from us, welcomed the bell ringers who worked the fields, bergamini who took care of the cattle, the dairymen who prepared the cheese and all those figures of various kinds, is perfectly combine the functionality of services offered by a fine restaurant and spacious rooms, furnished with taste and elegance.
That country world today is lost but, in the house, are the spaces, the materials that have been built architectures and figures evoked on the walls and on the tables from painting sensitive artist Tindaro Calia (...).
Art and peasant culture in this way, in complete harmony to give guests, after a busy day of business, entertainment or visit the various art centers of Piacenza, relaxing moments taking advantage of the services offered by the "Relais Cascina Scottina "as the turkish bath.
Solarium, gym ... The living room offers visitors a journey of flavors and scents that evoke a time when everything was genuine and the result of hard work and wise hand of man in harmony with nature.
In the context of Cascina Scottina there is a recognized benchmark of excellence for the restaurant, l '"Antica Osteria della Pesa", where every detail is designed to offer unique sensations on the palate.
The flavors of the earth, that Piacenza, and those of the sea, are the basis of the recipes, expertly made and proposals by Claudio Cesena, and through those tastes and this place highly evocative seems to retrace that ancient Roman road, the Via Emilia, wanted Consul Lepidus, which connected Piacenza and Rimini and leading to today "Cascina Scottina".