Our houses are born around the beginning of '900, the parents of his grandfather Clemente, known locally as Clemè, built the house against the mountain Calamaia, receiving, among others scorn of many in the country. The area was known as “the huts” because there were stables for the shelter animals, remittances for agricultural tools and warehouses for the storage of food products such as flour, beans, sausages etc.
After the earthquake of 1920, which our homes survived unscathed, thanks precisely to their being close to Mount Calamaia, the stables were converted into dwellings in the land behind creating terraces planted: Clemente Orsi lived here with his wife Teresa Paladini, dialect Trè, with their five children Ilde, Teodora, Jacopo, Matteo e Mario.
In the village of Gorfigliano, the Holiday House dai nonni Trè e Clemè offers a stay in the name of tradition and culture of the mountain, with its rhythms and its traditions and customs.
Four renovated apartments, from two old family homes in the historic center of the country, with every comfort (bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, living room) to better enjoy a vacation in the great outdoors. Recently is the provision of green areas and a swimming pool available to guests. Gorfigliano enjoys attractive for its proximity to some of the points of the Garfagnana: Barga and Castelvecchio Pascoli, Orecchiella Park, an important naturalistic centers Castelnuovo and San Roman with the adventure park for children ”La selva de Buffardello ” .
The Garfagnana is the area north of the Province of Lucca on the border with three provinces: Massa-Carrara, Reggio Emilia and Modena.
This position outpost of Tuscany Region toward the Emilia gives it a connotation of “hinge area” of considerable strategic as a point of contact between the different territorial and administrative with their cultural traditions, resources and historical background.
From the morphological point of view the area is structured around the river system of the Serchio and the mountain systems that merge, ie the Apuane and the Apennini, characterized, in turn, by deep valleys formed by watersheds secondary tributaries.