About This Listing
The bright and relaxing double room, (25m2) is located at the first floor of the main house of the Farm Trerè.
The house has been completely restored and furnished with original furnishing. In the room you will have a double bed, an ancient closet, table, chairs. You will have a private bath room.
Tv in room
Use of the swimming pool (towels are not provided)
Breakfast (€ 6,50),
Pets are admitted upon request,
Kids that sleep with parents free.
The restaurant is opened Fridays/Saturdays dinner, Sundays lunch and dinner.
The farm TRERE' was born in the early '60ies.
The founder, Valeriano Trerè, with farmers family tradition, decided to start his own business buying 14 hectares of land on the hills of Faenza.
He made the first three D.O.C. wines of this area: ALBANA, TREBBIANO and SANGIOVESE.
In 1976, after her arts studies, a marriage and a child, his daughter Morena started to work in the father's farm.
Her interest suddenly grew and turned into a real passion for wine-making and her father, decided to put her in charge of the cellar. Today her passion is stronger than ever.
Seven years ago her son Massimiliano joined the business.
Now the farm is surrounded by 35 hectares of land grown almost exclusively with grapes. Several wines are product and the constant aim is to improve the quality.
The production: : Amarcord d’un Ross (Sangiovese di Romagna Riserva DOC), Montecorallo (Colli di Faenza Rosso Riserva DOC), Re Nero (Colli di Faenza Sangiovese DOC), Re Bianco (Colli di Faenza Bianco DOC), Albana Passito (Albana di Romagna Passito DOCG), Vigna dei Pini (Trebbiano di Romagna DOC), Vigna del Monte (Sangiovese di Romagna DOC), Sperone (Sangiovese di Romagna Superiore DOC), Albana (Albana di Romagna Secco DOCG).
The Holiday Farm
Since 1997 the farm welcomes overnight guests in 5 rooms, 5 apartments and 1 suite. There is a swimming pool and a restaurant open during week-end, a special place to stay for a relaxing holiday to discovery the nice word of wine.
The Restaurant is open on Fridays and Saturdays for dinner, on Sunday for lunch and dinner , you can taste the excellent food of this area together our very good wines D.O.C. and D.O.C.G.
In winter you can eat in an nice old cowshed, and in Summer you can eat outside in the gardens where at night it has a very tranquil atmosphere.
We are in a nice position where it's easy to visit:
Faenza (6 Km)ceramics and the " Intenation Museum of Ceramics”
Imola( 10 Km) important for Grand Prix Formula 1
Brisighella important Medieval town (7 Km)
Riolo Terme(7 Km) important town for SPA center and for Golf club18 holes
Ravenna ( 40 km) important town for his Mosaics and Churchs, 8 Unesco Munuments
Bologna ( 40 Km) a beautiful city
Ferrara ( 80 Km) with Comacchio valley and Pò river
Modena (90km) famous for aceto balsamico and Ferrari (Maranello)
Reggio Emilia (120km) with production of Parmigiano Reggiano
Parma(140km) Grana Padano and Prosciutto di Parma
the Adriatic coast (35 km 70km) Mirabilandia, Milano Marittima,Rimini,Riccione, San Marino…
How to get there:
Motorway A14 (Bologna/Ancona) exit from the toll gate of Faenza
at the round turn right in Via San Silvestro
then at the second round turn right in via Pana
go straight until the end of the street and then turn left in via Lughese
go straight in Via lughese for 3-4 km
you will arrive in Via Emilia (SS9) turn right direction Imola/Bologna
After 3 km before the “Senio” river, turn left in Via Casale we are at N.19 (3km.)
From the tool gate of Faenza to our company there are about 10 minuts trip.
About the Host, Max
Mi chiamo Max, vivo con mia moglie Marika e i miei figli Leonardo e Viola, nell'azienda di famiglia Trerè. Mi piace mettere a proprio agio i miei ospiti e farli stare bene. Ognuno vive la vacanza secondo la sua filosofia, io cerco di coglierla e di fargli vievere una bella esperienza in una terra ricca di tradizioni enogastronomiche, arte, divertimento, sia per le coppiette che per le famiglie.
Il mio motto è vivi e lascia vivere, un pò scontato ma è quello che penso.
Nei viaggi che ricordo con piacere avevo un pensiero in testa alla fine della vacanza: "partire è un po' morire"; è forse presuntuoso ma vorrei che i miei clienti alla fine della vacanza provassero lo stesso sentimento.