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... Cordati is basically an art gallery with rooms. And the bedrooms are wow! Large rooms with splendid views over Barga and...
... gave us a very warm welcome and carried our bags to our HUGE room. The hotel is in a beautiful old building with stunning...
... was passionate about the gallery and his town of Barga. The room has amazing high ceilings and a view to die for. If you...
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robert wrote a review Nov 2019
Bewdley, United Kingdom26 contributions2 helpful votes
What a fantastic place….don’t tell anyone else! Casa Cordati is basically an art gallery with rooms. And the bedrooms are wow! Large rooms with splendid views over Barga and the surrounding countryside. Wait until you see the covered roof terrace! Comfortable beds, warm spacious rooms with complimentary tea, coffee, fridge etc. Great value in the middle of town. Giardano is a very welcoming host. His grandfather painted many of the pictures in the galleries. Good restaurants are in the same street. We’d recommend L’Altana for an evening meal. There’s no breakfast but local shops are available a few minutes walk down the hill in the new town and there is cutlery, cups and plates in the rooms to make your own brekky. Casa Cordati is located in the heart of the old town and is one of the old buildings. It’s very quiet although the town clock can be a distraction in the street facing rooms. There is no car access but it’s only a couple of minutes walk from the main gate at Porta Reale. At the Porte Reale there is a car park but it’s limited to 2 hours free parking. You don’t need a car in Barga so we dumped ours in the free unlimited time car park behind the petrol station in the new town just down the hill. The tourist office is a 5 minute level walk away in the centre of the old town. Lots of walking itineraries are available there – we tried a couple and saw some stunning places.
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Date of stay: October 2019
Room Tip: Room away from the street has the views.
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Gilchrist-Burnard wrote a review Aug 2018
East Grinstead, United Kingdom69 contributions15 helpful votes
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We were delayed getting to Barga which meant we arrived at Casa Cordati at 11pm, well past the arranged arrival time but Gio gave us a very warm welcome and carried our bags to our HUGE room.
The hotel is in a beautiful old building with stunning views, I can’t stress this enough; we were blown away on our first morning when we opened our shutters. There is also an exhibition of paintings, well worth a look.
The area is spectacular and quick to cover, after only one day we felt confident navigating our way through the cobbled alleyways.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Lukey145 wrote a review Mar 2017
Launceston, Australia41 contributions19 helpful votes
We loved staying here on our honeymoon. Giordano was such lovely man and really was passionate about the gallery and his town of Barga. The room has amazing high ceilings and a view to die for. If you enjoy doing something a little different and having a whole gallery/museum to yourself go for it. Take it from me the path less travelled always wins out :) enjoy
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Date of stay: January 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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jillian w wrote a review Oct 2016
Glasgow, United Kingdom12 contributions4 helpful votes
Ever fancied having the keys to a museum?
Ever fancied having the keys to a huge wooden door in an ancient Italian road?
If you do, its simple. Book a room here. Quirky doesnt begin to explain how it feels walking through the door at midnight and climbing the stairs to your room. Surrounded by history your imagination can run riot.
My room was bigger than my home!!
Views to take your breath away, prices to match.
Very reasonably priced accomodation, a must in Barga.
Just disappointed I didnt buy a print of my favourite painting.
Maybe next time.
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Date of stay: October 2016Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Iainm777 wrote a review Mar 2016
Glasgow, United Kingdom5 contributions5 helpful votes
The Big Room has been our choice on each of our three visits to Casa Cordati. When Giordano was a youngster, it was a children's room and there were sometimes five small boys from the extended family sleeping there. We imagined pillow fights at bedtime and the sheets being pulled off a sleepyhead in the morning.
It was good to see Giordano again. He is a kind and charming host, always ready to help and a mine of local information. He lives in the palazzo. If he's not in the shop on the ground floor where he sells high quality prints and postcards of his grandfather's paintings, he'll probably be giving a guided tour of the seven rooms on the first floor, a permanent exhibition space for more than a hundred of Bruno Cordati's works from the 1920s to the 1970s
The Big Room occupies the whole width of the palazzo. From the back rooms there is a panoramic view over the New Town of Barga below, and beyond to the Apuan Alps; and from the front, a bird's eye view of the Old Town's main street,Via di Mezzo, so narrow you could almost shake hands with the neighbours opposite.
In the evenings we would wait to go out until we heard increased activity in the street below, say Hello to Giordano as he was closing the shop, and check we had our key to the massive entrance door. On our first evening we just had to go back to the Aristo cafe in the Piazza Salvo Salvi where we were greeted with welcome back hugs and kisses from the irrepressible Giovanni. We ordered our favourite, Giovanni's platter of cheeses and cold meats followed by his wife's delicious almond tart. As Scots ourselves it is always a pleasure to meet the Italian Scots who frequent the Aristo, descendants of the many emigrants from Barga who settled in Scotland.
We were sorry to see that the little food shop in Via di Mezzo had closed since our last visit, maybe not unrelated to the opening of a second supermarket in Barga's New Town. The nearest food shops including the British Shop are in the Via Pascoli.. To fortify us for the climb back to the Old Town, we'd treat ourselves to a scrumptious cake - or two - at the Pasticerria Fratelli Lucchesi, excellent value and popular, we noticed , with children and their mothers on the school run. A beautician and hairdresser is next door.
Coming from a cold country, we find the cooler spring and autumn months suit us best for our holidays in Barga. In autumn there is always the risk of a sudden downpour - but how else could such magnificent giant trees flourish in Barga's municipal park? Just once we were caught in a heavy shower and regretted not having accepted the ever-considerate Giordano's offer of an umbrella.
Maybe we should come back in July or August when the renowned Barga Jazz and Barga Opera festivals take place. And we heard so much about the Sagre del Pesce e Patate, when Barga celebrates its Scottish connection with fish and chips served at long tables outdoors over a period of several weeks. The venue is the sports stadium named after Johnny Mascardini, the famous footballer, another Italian Scot. But summer is a busy time for Giordano and we might not get our beloved Big Room.
On our last night we discovered a new venture, sit-down fish suppers at Momento di Vino a wine bar/ cafe in Via Marconi, a few doors from the Barga Celtic Supporters Club.
Back at Casa Cordati we enjoyed a farewell Prosecco in the Attic To access the Big Room, the equally enormous Attic has to be traversed, which means high-stepping across a massive oak beam holding up the original 17th century part of the Palazzo's roof. The Attic is a charming space, with sofas, a rocking chair, two hammocks and a child-sized table with matching chairs. Truly Casa Cordati is unique. We've certainly never come across a more characterful place to stay.
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Date of stay: October 2015
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