Stefano Salvi
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  • Perugia, Umbria
  • Italy
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Are you connected to the tourism/travel/hospitality industries or travel media in any way? If so, please specify how (kindly include any relevant company names/Web sites!).
yes, I have a farm hotel
On which destinations & travel topics can you advise members especially well?
farm turism, gastronimic turism
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cultural travel

Guinzano The farm is located on a hill, surrounded by ancient woodland, a few kilometers from medieval town of Gubbio, has a restaurant and six bedrooms, all equipped with air conditioning and private bathroom.
The company is certified and is managed by the methods of the 'Organic Farming, spread over 16 acres, part forest and part devoted to crops and livestock.
The name comes from the names found in historical maps and means, in the dialect of Gubbio, that bit down there, because the place is definitely off the beaten track and is ideal not only for eating or sleeping, but to "pull the plug "in nature.
the furnishing of the six rooms are different, but all from the family homes, each with its own history
Guinzano is also a restaurant where the food is not only seen as a way of eating, but it is culture and history of the territory, rediscover the flavors and the moment of conviviality, which is why we devote time and care in the search for organic and conventional outside supermarkets.
The bread is homemade, the oil comes from olives that you can see from the veranda and vegetables from the garden, the fruit is always available on the tables and, in season, if you want, even on trees.
We eat in the dining room at the communal table, but if you want privacy you can have a separate table, or on the veranda overlooking the surrounding landscape, in the living room, where you can sit in the original chairs and sofa, the great-grandmother piano dominates.

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At 1:27am on December 22, 2011, Steven Jones said…

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At 10:32am on July 20, 2011, EnLinea Media said…
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