Originale e signorile villa veneta sec. XVIII, Veneto, Italy
In the peaceful countryside of Conegliano Veneto, a historic villa where time seems to stand still. An environment of high architectural value in which to find the tranquility and the pleasure of beauty, a dip in the pages of history, where art and culture still know how to enchant the eye of the host.
The villa, originally founded as a hunting lodge and enlarged by the Count of Porcia and Brugnera in the XVIII century, is located on the border between the provinces of Treviso and Pordenone; from here guests can easily reach the beaches of the Adriatic sea and prestigious cities such as Venice, Padua, Udine, Conegliano, Vittorio Veneto or the Dolomites Natural Park.
Inside a large park of more than 2 hectares, the villa has a small private chapel where you can celebrate religious ceremonies, and tradition says that here Napoleon I and General Radetsky have housed. Inside the building a large central hall with a beautiful staircase and neoclassical frescoes separates the eastern wing from the western wing.
The villa is tastefully furnished with antique furniture and is ideal up to 12 guests (max 14 guests with extrabed), it's spread over two floors with a total area of 500 square meters. It has a living area, dining room, kitchen with oven, freezer and dishwasher, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms with shower and bathtub, laundry room and other adjacent rooms.
Nearby there are tennis courts, swimming pools, golf courses and biking trails; less than 500 meters there are shops, supermarkets and services of all kinds. On request is available a cook.
- Free parking
- Washing machine