Casale Amati Country House is enviably situated on the edge of the pretty commune of Ortonovo, between the Mediterranean coast and the Apuan Alps. The oldest mill in eastern Liguria, this delightful accommodation is the ideal place for your next holiday in Italy. The landscape changes dramatically on the picturesque drive inland from coast to mountains, between which Casale Amati Country House is conveniently located. The historic mill, which once served as an olive oil press, has been lovingly restored by its Italian owners and now comprises three spacious family apartments (2-6 persons), all with large private garden and terrace. Meticulously and stylishly furnished, the apartments benefit from every modern comfort, including a kitchen with SMEG appliances and Wi-Fi throughout. You’re guaranteed a truly wonderful stay at Casale Amati Country House. Indeed, there’s plenty to see and do here: enjoy watching the sun set over the sea (in clear weather), spend a relaxing day at the beach, take a trip to the Cinque Terre national park or explore the famous marble caves at Massa. Alternatively, you can choose to simply relax and unwind in the beautiful, verdant garden that surrounds the mill. Why not read a book in one of the many shaded areas, take a well-earned snooze in the hammock, or put the communal BBQ / grill to good use?
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Casale Amati Country House is located at the foot of the village Ortonovo, between the Mediterranean coast and the Apuan Alps. In this beautiful area you will not get bored and you can both enjoy the beautiful nature in the mountains and the beautiful Ligurian coast.
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