Relais Villa Abbazia
What We Love
- A charming stay in a picturesque Treviso village, with breakfast and a New Year's Eve dinnerFalling alseep in a characterful and super-cosy room overlooking the Cistercian Abbey
- Marvelling at the trinkets for sale in the in-house La Volta Boutique - and perhaps taking some home with you
- Dining on flavourful yet simple dishes in the elegant La Corte restaurant
- A truly quiet and serene country setting, for anyone looking to escape busy cities
What To Know
- The hotel is housed in an 18th-century villa
- La Corte restaurant is Michelin-starred
- Spend your days sunbathing by the lemon trees, walking along ancient Roman paths and exploring local vineyards
Set in Treviso’s verdant countryside, the quaint and historical Follina gives charm a new name. Set in an 18th century complex in the village’s centre, Villa Abbazia brings a delightful burst of colour, patterns and quirk to any sojourn in the Venetian Prealps.
Part of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux group, Villa Abbazia is ideal for those seeking silence and serenity. You’ll feel like you’ve stumbled into a home away from home; rooms are as cosy as can be, with patterned fabrics offering a cottage feel. The elegant Michelin-starred La Corte restaurant offers al fresco dining in the courtyard throughout warmer months, or a fireplace to warm up by in the winter. La Cantinetta bistro makes a lovely, more informal setting, and anyone seeking a mid-afternoon snack can make their way to the Tea Room, offering homemade pastries in a traditional yet chic setting.
When you aren’t relaxing with a tailor-made massage, soaking up sun by the lemon trees or bubbling away in the outdoor Jacuzzi, take on a horseback ride or hike along old Roman paths and explore local vineyards. Don’t miss the Cisterian abbey during your stay here, for a healthy dose of history.
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We love the Villa Abazzia. The character of the property is unmatched and the service is like no other. The staff knew our names and our itinerary and were so friendly. The food at both restaurants is outstadnding and deserving of the Michelin star rating.
A member of the Relais and Chateaux group, this is a very friendly and high quality hotel, overlooked by the tree-covered Dolomites. Rooms are not large, but have a walk-in shower in a largish bathroom. Many have balconies. It has a top class fine dining restaurant. Highly recommended.
This hotel is well . . . odd. Too much furniture, too many paintings, and way too expensive. The photographs don't truly represent the property at all. It's jammed onto a corner in a small town. The setting is amazing of course and if you're a biker or heading off for a hike in the mountains it's well located. But the rooms are small, the amenities poor and the Michellin starred restaurant is of a piece with everything else.
Just stayed at this highly reviewed hotel. We have been traveling thru northern Italy for two weeks and decided to explore the Prosecco Road. The hotel was a complete disappointment. The rooms are outdated. The bathrooms are outdated. The management style is completely outdated. Management was pushy and rather unkind as we did not eat at the Hotel’s Michelin star restaurant. I do not recommend this hotel -do not bring young children to this hotel. Overall I wish we had stayed elsewhere.
Having visited the area in previous years as part of our cycling adventures around Europe, this hidden gem was stumbled across quite by accident a few years ago as a mere refreshment stop for us. Little did we know what lay within as far as the owners' hospitality was concerned!
It became our goal to return with wives and girlfriends to sample the gastronomic delights of the Abbazia, the luxury accommodation and the people themselves, the ones that make this place what it is.
Ideally situated to visit Prosecco country and explore on bikes, on foot or by car.
Mangiamo e ci vediamo l'anno prossimo !!