Places We Love: Venetian Villas for Rent

Venice, the capital of Northern Italy’s Veneto region, is built on more than 100 small islands in a lagoon in the Adriatic Sea. It has no roads, only canals, including the Grand Canal thoroughfare lined with Renaissance and Gothic palaces.

Located in the country side, this stunning villa was built in the 17th century by one of the most powerful families of Venice. It is situated at the heart of a 200-hectare estate which, itself, is immersed in a regional park. The villa’s garden was designed in 1665 by Luigi Bernini, brother of the famous sculptor, Gian Lorenzo Bernini. The garden is world-renowned not only for its beauty, but for its allegoric nature: ripe with symbolism, every statue, fountain, and placement carries a specific meaning. Considered one of the most refined gardens ever designed, it is often called the “most beautiful garden of Italy.”

This enchanted property offers the opportunity to live in a truly aristocratic villa ensconced in nature. Veneto, the region in which Venice is situated, is characterized by beautiful Palladian villas and its rich heritage which links back to the ancient hegemonic role of Venice. Our villa makes discovering this heritage and the surrounding countryside both easy and enjoyable. Just 500 meters away from a 27-hole golf club, the villa is also close to the Abano thermal baths and is perfect for day trips to magical Venice Padua, with all of Giotto’s stunning frescos; and Verona, immortalized by William Shakespeare, where performances can be attended in the Roman Arena.

You can rent out this villa for you and up-to 10 guests.

The Villa hosts 10/12 Guests and features :

  • 3 double bedrooms with ensuite bathroom
  • 1 twin bedroom with ensuite bathroom
  • 2 single bedrooms (with queen size beds) each with an ensuite bathroom
  • 6 living rooms, dining room. library.
  • Huge garden designed by L. Bernini in 1665
  • Swimming Pool
  • Dyson Fans and Wi-Fi
  • Helicopter Landing Area
  • 27 hole Golf Club 500m away

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