You will completely understand as you head North from Peschia into the mountains why this area is called the "Switzerland of Tuscany."
The hotel complex is in fact impressively large with over 70 rooms and a number of occasions that are housed in two beautiful old stone buildings. They both date from the 1700's and are listed as paper mills along the river. The paper industry was for centuries predominant in this part of Tuscany, and the landscape here is very much characterized by old factory buildings from these times. Fortunately, the buildings all date from a time when such buildings were a treat to the eye. Paper production only ceased here respectively in 1960 and 1975, and it was many years after when these buildings became hotels.
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In addition to all the rooms, here are two restaurants, a bar, a conference hall and if you do not want to bathe in the river, there is a 20 x 8 metre large swimming pool. The rooms are all equipped with a private bathroom (with a shower, hairdryer and WC), air conditioning and satellite TV.