Villa Foscarini Cornaro
What We Love
- A five-star, 16th century villa stay in the rolling Italian countryside, with local wine includedStaying within easy distance of the ancient city of Treviso, one of Italy's hidden gems
- Burmese-inspired décor, colourful Buddhas, and amazing pizzas at the Birmhana restaurant
- Sampling the renowned local tipples, with a glass of wine
What To Know
- Catch the nearby public bus for service to Treviso, Portogruaro, and the Gorgo al Monticano Train Station
- Pets are allowed upon request
- Free WiFi works well
Camera-clickers can’t get enough of Veneto – the province in Italy’s north-east that is as famous for its historic cities (Venice, Verona, Treviso, Padua, Oderzo) as it is for its vineyard-clad hills that produce Prosecco Superiore – the country’s best bubbly. So it’s easy to see why this 16th-century villa ticks the boxes, not least for its sublime setting in Gorgo al Monticano’s countryside.
Overlooking the courtyard, vineyards or gardens, all of the 26 uniquely-styled guest rooms and suites come with statement-making Murano glass chandeliers, beamed ceilings, wooden flooring, and customised furniture. Elsewhere, you’ll find an attractive outdoor pool lined with sun loungers and giant umbrellas, a well-stocked library, bikes, a gym, and a couple of lovely bars for aperitifs and evening happy hours. When your appetite peaks, there are the two signature restaurants – both of which serve exquisite ingredient-driven Italian cuisine and Veneto specialities.
How to Get There
A short two days stays at this beautiful villa. We really like it, the room was amazing, the breakfast really good, the gardens and the swimming pool very nice. We really liked the restaurant, great food and amazing atmosphere.
The staff was so welcoming, kind and helpful. The property is peaceful, beautiful and well-kept. The breakfast and restaurant was lovely and delicious. Definitely recommend this hotel when you're in the area.
first its beautiful, every spot in the Hotel. (ok maybe the sculptures in corridor are a bit too much)
the rooms are big and well equipped. the garden is also nice. the best part is the service, the stuff is so helpful and kind so you feel home from the minute you enter the lobby.
breakfast is well displayed and tasty.
# i recommend to have a bottle of proseco at the afternoon in the garden.
i would like to come back soon.. next time we will be around .
It’s not really a five star property, however everything is really beautiful. The villa itself, interior, rooms, restaurants and bars etc., and the surroundings are even nicer. It’s far enough from the big cities of Mestre/Venice or Treviso that you get a real feel of italian contryside, but still close enough for day trips to these places.
At the time of our visit, only one restaurant was open, food was decent, good but not at some michelin standard, but all the staff through the whole property was super nice so alltogether a really good value for the money you pay.
The hotel is situated about a ten-minute drive from the centre of Oderzo. We stayed in a room in a different building to the main villa where the reception and restaurant are situated. Our room was comfortable, albeit a little cramped but it didn't matter as we didn't spend much time there. The decor of the building was unusual with large glass chandeliers (saw ones similar on Murano) and paintings that looked very old. The hotel and gardens were very well kept and I can see why it is popular as a wedding venue. The breakfast was adequate (cereal, bread, ham and cheese). It was a shame that cooked items were extra. We had dinner in the restaurant one night for my daughter's birthday which was of a high standard with lovely food, which was reflected in the price. The pizza restaurant within the hotel was also of a high standard with lots of choices (pizza and salads) and very reasonably priced.