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Azienda Agrituristica Corte Pellegrini

An 11-room farmhouse built around 1700 with painted armoires and chairs, a pool, and 74 bucolic acres.

By Reid Bramblett, Tuesday, Jun 1, 2010, 6:49 PM

Azienda Agrituristica Corte Pellegrini

About this Hotel

Price From $94

Bernardo Pellegrini, a descendant of a noble Veronese clan, has turned his family's hunting lodge into an organic farm growing grain, soy, vegetables, and fruit. The Azienda Agrituristica Corte Pellegrini, built around 1700, has 11 rooms with plank floors, brightly colored walls, and painted armoires and chairs. The place has all the comforts of a resort—minibars and a swimming pool—as well as unique perks: Birdsong is your morning wake-up call, and a herd of goats, a donkey, and a miniature pony await near the creek that burbles down one side of the 74-acre property. Behind the main building, an airy stone-and-brick barn houses a refined dining club (under separate management) that serves four courses of such dishes as asparagus with poached egg or artichoke ravioli with sage butter.

Free Wi-Fi? Yes.

Credit Cards Accepted AmEx, Discover, MC, Visa.

Details Singles from $62, doubles from $94, triples from $113, quads from $138, and apartments from $150. Breakfast is included except for guests staying in apartments.

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