Okay - for those who just want a summary and who are fed up with reading reviews:
Briefly - unless you want room service etc then stop searching - just stay here!
-Quiet location - around half a mile from Asolo
-Incredible views over the countryside and Monte Grappa, from the beautiful garden
-Breakfast, also served in the garden in Summer, is amazing - nothing is too much trouble
-Plenty of space in the rooms and all facilities you would expect, plus little extras
-Incredibly friendly family and more helpful than your average B&B
-Excellent value for money
-Phone is linked to an incredibly loud outside bell, though this is only an issue if you're in
during the day
-This isn't against Villa Vega, but Asolo was a little too quiet for a 2 week break
-I still didn't want to leave :-(
I stayed here for two wonderful weeks in September 2008. I got to know the family very well, partly because I was on my own, and became very good friends with all of them. This did help make my stay more enjoyable of course. However, objectively, it is nevertheless a beautiful place to stay and quite frankly I failed to see why anyone, having experienced this, would choose one of the over-priced hotels in Asolo itself. Staying here was much better than most hotels I have ever been to.
Villa Vega is a little difficult to find initially but once there it's a 10 min walk from Asolo town centre, or a 2 min drive if you're brave enough! (Asolo is small to drive around) The views from the garden are just too wonderful to describe and enjoying these while having breakfast on the patio was, for me, a quintessential Italian experience. In fact, just dwelling on that point, I had high expectations for the "real" Italy and was worried that I would be disappointed. Yet in Asolo and Villa Vega too, along with the Zizola family, I found Italy to be better than I had ever dreamed it would be.
Once you have found Villa Vega, road access to the local area, or even to Venice (around an hour's drive) is easy, though bear in mind that Asolo is rural. It is a small village and a wonderful place, though I think that any longer than a week would see you getting itchy feet. Rent a car though - getting to Asolo by public transport was a nightmare!
To summarise, having stayed here I would not seek to stay anywhere else if I was to return. Unless you want room service and the extra services that a hotel may offer, just don't look any further. The short walk back from town is lovely on a warm summer's night, particularly when sozzled on a bottle or two of red wine :-)
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