UPDATE: June 1st
We are thoroughly concerned about the world epidemic and totally understand your worries of about the forthcoming travel to Italy and about the organization of an important event in your life as your wedding. In order to inform our guests about the real situation we answered to the most common questions we receive in these days.
We will constantly review the situation particularly with regard to events that are booked in Spring 2020. Check this page for regular updates.
What is the current situation in Italy?
Starting May 18th the majority of restrictions are lifted and already many air companies announced to resume flights from 1 July (see for instance: https://corporate.ryanair.com/press-releases/en/ )
Beginning June 3 all restrictions to people movement end, visitors within the Schengen zone will be allowed to enter Italy with no obligation to self-isolate. Italians will also be able to move between regions, though local authorities can limit travel if infections spike.
What’s the current situation in Tuscany?
There are no longer contagion hotspots in Tuscany and the number of positive cases are constantly decreasing (on May 29th there are about 1000 cases in the entire region) .
To comply with the government ordinance we must cancel all Casa Cornacchi commitments (site visits, complimentary stays, food tastings and hotel activity) until June 3rd.
Thank god, we are all good and healthy and no one we know has been involved or affected and we can now say:
What’s shall I do about my event reservation at Casa Cornacchi?
We offered to all our guests a backup plan to postpone or reschedule their reservation. For those still confirmed for this summer/autumn we recommend to wait and see as things are developing fast (and for the better).
At Casa Cornacchi we have worked tirelessly over the past few months to offer the accommodation and catering service in full compliance with the new forms of health safety.
The structure with its accommodation, common areas, gardens and swimming pool is fully compliant with the anti-Covid sanitation protocols and the current specific legislation.
The staff is constantly updated and trained in accordance with the anti-Covid regulations and the requirements indicated within the operational guidelines of the competent authorities..