Good Hotel Guide Review
In an elevated position above this beautiful town (Asolo is considered to be “the pearl of the province of Treviso”), this charming pink-and-cream 16th-century villa has been skilfully restored. Some of the elegantly furnished suites have views, but all the bedrooms are liked: ‘Ours was large, with fresh fruit, lovely bed linen, a wonderful shower.’ Local and Mediterranean food such as homemade gnocchi with beetroot and San Pietro cheese preserved in beeswax or beef cheek braised in Asolo hills red wine sauce with aromatic herb potato puree, is served in the restaurant; it opens onto a terrace overlooking the town’s central square with its delightful fountain. A frescoed grotto is available for intimate candlelit dinners. Cookery classes teach the region’s speciality dishes.
00 39 423 95 1332
6 single rooms, 2 comfort single rooms, 6 classic double rooms, 3 family rooms (up to 4 adults), 4 superior double rooms with view, 2 junior suites with view.
All year except January.
Hall, breakfast room, restaurant, breakfast room; small conference room; free wi-fi, lift, panoramic terrace; fitness centre, massage room. Free private parking.
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B&B: single €92--€170, double €138--€220, family €165/450, superior €165/390, junior suite €250/450.