B&B da Viviana
B&B Da Viviana with its quiet and comfortable rooms with private bathroom it’s the perfect residence if you want to discover this magical place, a little paradise where authentic Italian atmosphere can still be experienced.
We are in the heart of the region famous for the production of parmigiano-reggiano cheese and Parma ham.
We have made special agreements with the local Parmigiano Reggiano dairy (2' walk) and with a producer of Parma ham at Langhirano (Parma) where you can go - free of charge - and see how these important local products are made.
For the well-being of mind and body, 4 min drive from hour house you will find a beautiful SPA: swimming pool (indoor and outdoor), whirlpool, sauna, turkish bath, kneipp, gymnasium, massage treatments... We have made special agreements and they grant a 25% discount on the official rates to our Guests.
Whilst providing all the amenities you will need, Castelnovo ne' Monti has managed to remain a truly Italian town in one of the most stunning parts of the country.
The jewel in its crown is the magnificent Pietra di Bismantova which really captures the tranquil beauty of the Apennine Mountains and with its sheer rock faces provide one of north Italy’s most important training grounds for free-climbing.
Here, history is inexorably linked with the name of “Matilde di Canossa”. Castles and parish churches are the sign of this history which can also still be witnessed in the local customs and events of the area.
For the motorbike and car enthusiasts we are a short drive to Ferrari, Lamborghini, Ducati Museums and Factory.
For eating out in the evening, we are lucky to have a wide variety of excellent restaurants in the local vicinity and we can of course advise you
If you want further descriptions please visit our site but for any doubts please do not hesitate to contact us or to call us and we will be pleased to help.
||Via Sparavalle, 48
42035 Castelnovo ne' Monti (Reggio Emilia)
||+39 (0)522 810307 or +39 348 5321629
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This page was last updated: 23 January 2012