Ridocco Farm Holiday
Ridocco Farm of the Earl Lo Bue di Lemos, 4 km dates back to the 19th Century. Its structural features it represents the typical farm of Corleone ancient feuds. The Farm Holidays activity has been added to the traditional production of hard wheat and oil, and to cattle-breeding, in order to make the farm more complete and modern.
At sunset in summer the colours of olive groves, orchards and wheat fields get even more suggestive if you look them from the ancient house, that is in the highest part of the landed estate.
Guests are served meals, traditional local products, such as oil and wine, into a snug air conditioned dining room or under a wide porch (80 place settings for banqueting hall as well).
Farm House guests can also enjoy a relaxing stay in the living room, watching TV, reading books or simply chattering near a warm fireplace.
Thanks to its extent and charming surroundings Ridocco Farm offers a journey back to another Era: you canít miss, for instance, the Ancient Rural Tools Museum made out of a previous stone hay loft, as a precious cultural heritage of times gone by.
A wonderful horse jumping round is thought to allow riding lessons and trekking under the supervision of the 1st Level Federal Coach Vincenzo Lo Bue di Lemos. For the most exigent customers, who want to enjoy the countryside with their own horses, a large stable with very comfortable boxes is in fact destined to host guests horse as well. Horses accommodation is to offer them the best of grooming and vacation.
The little open-air swimming pool of the Farm is allowed to Farmís guests only. All the rooms overlook the beautiful landscape of the countryside. Guests can count on three nicely furnished and air conditioned double rooms (colour TV, minibar, shower and hair-drier). A pretty comfortable suite (living room, kitchen, bathroom, and two bedrooms) as nicely furnished as rooms, offers accommodation for 5 people. Rooms are also thought to guarantee disabled persons facilities an a proper welcome.
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This page was last updated: 14 February 2015