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Villa dei Vescovi

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Villa dei Vescovi

487 Reviews
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Peter Y wrote a review Jun 2019
North Berwick, United Kingdom81 contributions10 helpful votes
The Villa is owned by the Italian equivalent of the UK's National Trust. However there are two two bedroom flats in the roof space which are rented out by the UK's Landmark Trust. We had a glorious three days and used them as a base for local exploration. The Villa itself is a fascinating place to visit, and is especially wonderful in the evenings, with open use of the western and eastern loggias, and garden/vineyard. There is a good but quite expensive cafe on site, but plenty of dining options all around the area. About a one hour drive from Venice airport. Very entertaining wine tasting at the on site wine shop.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Bluebellplasnewydd wrote a review May 2019
Cardiff, United Kingdom1,193 contributions499 helpful votes
Well worth visiting and certainly if you are a National Trust member as you will get in free. This villa is set on the top of a hill surrounded by vineyards. Interestingly it was occupied by a lawyer until around 20 years ago and I understand his wife still lives next door. This old family home is beautifully kept with large light filled rooms and fabulous views. There are frescoes on many of the walls and some furniture artefacts. The formal gardens are quite small and very peaceful. There is a cafe and shop although the place is certainly not over commercialised.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Oana C wrote a review Mar 2019
Bucharest, Romania545 contributions33 helpful votes
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This great house is a perfect place for a peaceful afternoon. Here you could find a large area for picnic and a great coffea. If you are interested in history of the place you could walk in the rooms full of beautiful things.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Lynn S wrote a review Sep 2018
Maryland65 contributions17 helpful votes
Four of us spent a week in one of the attic apartments of this lovely villa. Heavenly. Day trips into the eugenian hills, Palladian houses, or just do nothing. The restaurant is very good, too.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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MongoLloydBleep wrote a review Aug 2018
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Although quite small in comparison to some places, the villa is well presented and offers amazing views worthy of either a quick detour or planned visit. Parking is free but is off site so there is a 5 minute walk to the villa. Entrance fees are fair (€11 per adult) and go towards the maintenance of the estate so well worth it. We spent a couple of hours there which was enough to see the entire villa and grounds. There is a cafe which again is reasonably priced and overlooked the vineyards. Great trip, worth every cent.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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