A romantic getaway in the beautiful Appenines, isolated from the chaos of everyday life.
Relax and enjoy the quiet of the country living, in nature but still close enough to all major centres of northern Italian culture, gastronomy and shopping.
La Corte Bonomini, a local landmark, has been in the family for many generations from the time of its construction in the late 18th century. As well as a residence for the family, it was in part a home to tenant farmers following the persistent feudal tradition that characterised much of rural Italy well into the 20th century. In order to accomodate several independent guest rooms and living spaces, the oldest part of the complex has been fully renovated, while still maintaining the former atmosphere and historical presence of the place.
Campora lies at the edge of the Parco Nazionale Apennino Tosco-Emiliano, on the slopes of Monte Fuso, famous for its chestnuts trees (the marroni di Campora), and at a very short distance from the ski resort of Monte Caio and other peaks of the Appennino Parmense-Reggiano range. Campora also lies within the “Terre Matildiche,” the historic lands of Countess Matilda di Canossa. A vestige of her ambitious and important rule can be seen even from La Corte, the Pieve Romanica di Sasso, reconstructed by the Countess in 1082.
The area reserved for guests has several different bedrooms. No more than 3 of these will be available to guests at any given time for a total of 7 people, together with 3 bathrooms and a family room with fully-equipped kitchen.
The guests will have access to a large living room, the garden, a kitchen, eating area and family room.
Interaction with guests
We are present at the residence and are available to help guests. We provide breakfast but guests are responsible for other meals.
Pets are generally not allowed, but sometimes arrangements can be made. Send us a message to discuss.
Smoking is allowed outside the building.
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I spent part of my life living overseas in different areas of the United States, that really helped me to understand and appreciate different cultures and people. I love to be able to communicate with people and share some of my experience with them. I enjoy hiking , climbing and swimming, reading and good food with a nice glass of wine. My goal is to make guests feel at home, in a place where they can relax and at the same time have their own private place. I am always there , more than happy to help for any issues or questions they might have.