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Agriturismo Biologico La Buona Terra
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Reviewed August 24, 2012

its a real farm with cows, horses,...super for the kids and a nice swimmingpool :-) Breakfast is SUPER, our room cosy and spacieus with a small fridge but no airco, good wifi connection...diner was nice but far too much. The pizzeria in the street is fantastic !!! The only big negative for the farm are the flies sometimes we coudn't sit outside...Our son could have stayed longer but for us a week was maybe a bit too long ! We didn't aspecially like this part of Italy but Padua is nice, also Vicenza, Teolo, Este, Chioggia (beach and warm sea) and small villages in the neighbourhood with nice parties with good food for a cheap price. Actually everywhere we ate it was very good, touristic or not for a good price, only drinks aspecially in Venice are expensive. For Venice I would advice to stay at least a night because its less crowded in the evening and take a vaporetti pass and get lost...I loved Venice !!!

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 3, 2012

Very nice place to spend your holiday, beautifull agriturismo, lovely room (Wisteria) the pool is great, we loved the animals, great for a day on the bicycle, everything nearby (Venice, Padua) Luisa is the best, always a smile and always helpfull (ask for her Limoncello, its the best you ever had), try the Serprino (local) wine for diner.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 26, 2012

We stayed for nine days initially camping in the orchard but when rooms became free we moved inside as it became very hot with temperatures reaching the high 30s. We loved everything about La Buona Terra. The gardens and trees were beautiful with plenty of places to sit quietly and relax or to wander. We had several evening meals which we thoroughly enjoyed, bought local produce and drank good wine. The swimming pool was a really good size (you could swim proper lengths) and our 14 month old granddaughter wanted to play there all day. She also enjoyed visiting the different animals. The staff were very friendly and most helpful. The owners Luisa and Domenico went out of their way to make sure we had a great time including a special wedding anniversary dinner with candles and fresh flowers and on another occasion Luisa gave me an impromptu cooking lesson then made a special trip to her garden to supply me with fresh basil and garlic. We enjoyed meeting other lovely travelers but with plenty of space it never felt crowded. We were impressed with how hard everyone worked to make the place not only beautiful but functional.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 15, 2012

We stayed one night and booked on the same day and stayed in a 4-person 'casa'. We were invited for a vegatarian dinner that evening and we accepted. Worst dinner ever: The pasta was made with (meat based) ragu, I don't mind but don't call it an vegetarian dinner. The second course was 'uova in camicia' which was made with a sauce of burned eggplant and courgette and weird looking eggs. None of the guests finished this meal, some didn't even accept the plate. If you want to cook vegatarian what is wrong with a parmigiana or roasted vegetables?
The next morning we found the same eggs again for breakfast including carrots and celery. The owner explained that foreigners eat vegetables for breakfast. Really? Which country?
When we checked out the owner asked if we liked the dinner. We answered bluntly: No! Her reply: ah yes it is different. What was she thinking?
Luckily there is a village nearby where we could get a good cappuccino and brioche.

For the rest it is very expensive: 100 euro for one night. 25 euro for the dinner and 5 for the breakfast.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 15, 2012

We camped here on shady grassland with ample space, but one can also rent a room or apartment. There is a nice swimming pool and Luisa serves wonderful meals. Domenico teaches Italian children what a farm is like. The surroundings offer multiple attractions (Cities Vicenza and Padua, both supreme historic centres, Colli Euganei, famous for cyclists, unspoilt Italian villages, mundane bath resorts, etc.). Highly advisable.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 10, 2011

Luisa &Domenico were wonderful hosts,plus Madelaina,a member of staff,spoke good English,always a big help!!!!We booked early so had THE best room--the Wisteria room,with it's own private entrance &little garden.Other accommodation seemed excellent also.We ate in most nights as the home cooked meals were excellent &all local produce,mainly from the farm.Locality was great--easy to get to Padua,Vicenza,&Venice.--in fact anywhere in the Veneto.An excellent area for walking &cycling also.We would Highly recommend this Agriturismo!,!!!

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  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 15, 2011

La Buona Terra, run by Luisa and Domenico, is a charming bio-agriturismo. We stayed in one of the two lodges: La Casetta, a small, very clean, cosy 4-bed bedroom with a bathroom. We stayed In half-board which we would recommend to all visitors, the dinners are truly exquisite. Wonderful location, both for walking, bikini, nature and visiting the nearby cities ( Padova, Veneto, Vincenza, ...).

  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled with family
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Address: Via Repoise 73, 35030, Cervarese Santa Croce, Italy
Location: Italy > Veneto > Province of Padua > Cervarese Santa Croce
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Shuttle Bus service Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #2 of 5 Specialty Lodging in Cervarese Santa Croce
Price Range: $69 - $95 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 8
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The eco-bio holiday farm is the ideal place to relax in the nature of Colli Euganei park, contemplate the beauties and the history of the area and appreciate the typical good-tasting cuisine and wine of the Colli. This place is really close by Padua, Venice and Vicenza and it is a mission farm. You can stay there and eat at the restaurant, tasting the bio products of the farm. Our family-run holiday farm is an ancient farmstead of the XIX century and it was built with the Euganean Hills trachyte, the same material of the St Mark’s Square in Venice. It is far from the residential area and during good weather you can swim in our swimming pool and you can rest in our vast garden. As a mission farm, we encourage and involve our guests in the discovery of the activities of our eco-bio farm and our home-raised animals. The accommodations have independent bathrooms, conditioned air and heat, mini-fridge and television. The restaurant service is based on high-quality products of our eco-bio farm and it offers traditional food with simple and seasonal dishes. A lot of products are homemade, such as bread, focaccia bread, marmalades, desserts and other delicacies. You can find them having breakfast or eating at the restaurant. The restaurant is always available of our guests and it is open on the weekend with advance reservation. Immersed in the natural charm of the Euganean Hills, it offers many opportunities, such as riding lessons, kitchen classes, courses about medicinal plants and fitness trail. You can find Villa Frassanelle 1 km away, with its park from the late 19th century, that is considered one of the most interessant and well-preserved in Veneto. In the park there is a big course and it is possible to organize guided tours with expert naturalists. Surrounding the Villa there are many castles, churches and medieval villages. The thermal area of Abano and Montegrotto Terme is 9 km far away and there there are thermal pools and other health possibilities. 13 km far away from the holiday farm there is Padua with the Basilica of Saint Anthony, Prato della Valle, the Scrovegni Chapel and the Orto Botanico, a World Heritage Site of UNESCO. Last but not least, 15 km far from us there is Vicenza, its historical buildings and the area full of the precious and stunning Palladian villas. ... more   less 

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