Piacenza Castle Rental Photos and Description
7/8 people, living room, 8 meters in height - fireplace, 3 bedrooms, large garden
We offer here a einmahliges romantic house for self-catering. It is located in a part of the castle of Niviano (the story you can read here below), close to the beautiful hillside near the river Trebbia in Trebbia Valley, only 15 kilometers away from Piacenza on the northeastern boundary of the Emilia region. The closest community is Rivergaro with its 7000 inhabitants; Here you will find shops, supermarkets, banks and a weekly market (Saturdays) and of course restaurants, because the Emilia Romagna is known for the good food!
For small purchases there are also two grocery stores directly in Niviano.
Here you can relax in the garden where they can play table tennis, eating, grilling, or just lie on the hammock.
The house has 3 bedrooms, 2 with double bed (which has a small bed) and one with 2 single beds (children's room) where it is still possible to organize a mattress for a further 2 children. there is plenty of space there, so this is absolutely no problem. In the three floors are still present 2 bathrooms (one with Jacuzzi and large shower) and the other with large shower. In the 2nd floor of a large walk-in wardrobe is available. In the first a closet.
For your convenience, a guest toilet is right downstairs.
Kitchen and dining room are on the ground floor where the living room, with its nearly 60 square meters is the highlight! Here you can enjoy the great French fireplace, which makes the autumn and winter days very homely, the wood is in the ancient cellar.
In the area much sport is available: swimming, golf (Croara Country Club) 9km, horseback riding, kayaking, hiking, mountain biking, etc.
However, art and architecture lovers have to find something here. Nearby are Piacenza (15 km), Parma (77 km), Milan (80 km).
A Little History: The Castle of rectangular shape and four corner towers corresponds to the typical plan of Castles Piacenza. It dates from the medieval era and was built for defensive purposes.
In the X century it was owned by the Malaspina and in the XII century the Landi family from Rivalta, which remained settled until the downfall of the family beginning of the XIX century there.
In 1462, the castle was of Niviano place of the revolt of the peasants of Piacenza. Since they were very depressed by the high taxes and had received from the Duke Francesco Sforza no relief, they attacked the fortress in which the Commissioner Duke Maleta was, at.
In 1526, the castle was destroyed and plundered by the Lanzichenecchi in the service of Charles V.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible