Looking for a place to stay in Polesine Parmense? Then look no further than Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais, a luxury hotel that brings the best of Polesine Parmense to your doorstep.
Rooms at Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais provide a refrigerator, air conditioning, and a fireplace, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais guests have access to room service, a concierge, and a gift shop. You can also enjoy free breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Antica Corte Pallavicina Hotel.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Italian restaurants, including Antica Corte Pallavicina, Al Cavallino Bianco, and La Vecchia Baracca, all of which are a short distance from Antica Corte Pallavicina Hotel.
Best of all, Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais makes it easy to experience some great Polesine Parmense attractions like Antica Corte Pallavicina, which is a popular castle.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais as you experience everything Polesine Parmense has to offer.
We went for one night with dinner. Fantastic experience. We visited the cave and the culatellos and we then experienced the dinner. The food was typical of the area but absolutely outstanding. The culatello was great as well as the ravioli. Rooms are nice and typical. The landscape deserves a walk and don't miss Parma for a visit. Strongly recommended
Everything about staying at Antica Corte Pallavicina has a special feeling about it. From the beautiful entrance through the gorgeous living areas and the unique bedrooms. It feels like following in the footsteps of one-time nobility. The castle also houses a museum dedicated to the region’s dry-cured ham, the Culatello and they are the only producers of culatello from black pig. Two onsite restaurants offer the chance to taste this amazing product and you can also have some with your breakfast on the gorgeus courtyard. The Relais’ Michelon starred restaurant really should not be missed if staying here.
The accommodation was full of character, comfortable and gave us that homely feeling. The public rooms were all impressive and exuded grandeur. Our budget didn't stretch to the Michelin Star restaurant, so we availed ourselves of the alternative dining facility on site; the bistro, which served excellent starters, including the famous culatello and parmigiano, as well as reasonably priced wines. Our main courses, however, were both somewhat disappointing: my wife's risotto was rather too 'al dente' for her liking, and my lamb dish was almost inedible (very rubbery). Another minor inconvenience was the awkward access to wifi during our stay. Despite these minor criticisms, we would certainly recommend a visit.
My wife booked to stay here on our way from Milan to Modena based on a recommendation from friends. Needless to say it did not disappoint. Luciano was great as he personally took care of our check in and the awesome tours of their Culatello plant and a separate parmigiano reggiano plant the next morning. The rooms were authentic fitting the castle ambiance but well appointed and comfortable. The food at the bistro was exceptional along with the service. Higly recommend "Aunty's" lasagne - so simple yet so fresh and oh so good! Great culatello (of course), parmigiano, wines and preserved fruits from their gardens available at the shop to bring back a little memory of this special place in the countryside. There is a also a small museum on site that is well set up to give a history of the region, family and the culatello process.…
We originally planned our stay for last summer but when our plane canceled our flight to Bologna we were beyond heartbroken. We needed to wait an entire 2nd year to return as we only visit Italy for two weeks in the summer and we were at the end of our stay. For two years I researched information about the rooms, perused the dozens of pictures that past reviewers posted, and dreamed about what my stay would be like. Upon arrival, I experienced the unexpected sounds of music in my head... The type that movies play at the climax of the beauty displayed on the screen... The gardenias in bloom, the blue-green peacocks in all their glory, the scent of cured pork (culatello) that permeated throughout the property... Every single thing was perfect. Our room was ready when we arrived around noon. Our view was charming and the accommodations were very well appointed for such a historic property. The shower with its rainfall feature was a nice touch. The soaking tub, while not used, was a romantic feature that seemed like a perfect addition to the room. Did we see spiders in the hall? Yes... It's a 500+ farmhouse... But it had so much character and charm that I looked past it. We had a great night's sleep as the area is extremely quiet and only the random peacock wails could be heard throughout the property. Breakfast was served in the hosteria in the morning and was a perfect way to begin the day. They offered fresh squeezed juices, parmigiano and other pecorino cheeses. They had slices of their award winning culatello along with lardo. Some fresh baked goods including a fruit filled crostata and a lemony round biscuit which was perfectly sweet and delicious. Eggs were also offered to order as an omelet, sunnyside up or scrambled and finally there were yogurts with some interesting additions. Coffee and cappuccino were happily prepared upon request and the dining room was a well appointed room where guests had a view of the property through the glass windows. Check in and check out was very efficient and every person we came in contact with was beyond genuinely kind. We had reservations for their Michelin starred restaurant which I'll review separately and we ate at the Osteria upon our arrival to begin our culatello adventures. We were allowed to tour the culatello cellars and museum alone with a self-guided audio system. I don't know if that's norm, but it was definitely nice to be able to see the exhibit at our own pace. I absolutely loved touring the dark, winding cellars - - albeit slightly scary with the webs and spiders abound... We couldn't have had a more perfect stay. Oh and being able to see that George Clooney stayed at the property just days before us didn't hurt either. Maybe the only thing that could have made it better was getting to see him there too. I was slightly concerned while reading some other reviews, but if you go to this amazing property with an open mind and an understanding that it is a farmhouse, you'll appreciate the things that others may scoff at as being 'less luxurious'. Go, disconnect, and enjoy the peace of old-world charm that's nestled outside of Parma. …