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Vacation Farmhouse in Arcugnano, Veneto

Arcugnano, Veneto, Italy

 
Vacation Farmhouse in Arcugnano-Marani Agriturismo Single Room Double Room Dining Room Bean Paste Olive Grapes Vicenza Venice Verona Padua Bassano del Grappa
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Vacation Rentals Marani Agriturismo

KEY FEATURES

Mountain View , City View , Child Friendly , Spacious , Designer Furnishings , Professionally Decorated

ARCUGNANO VACATION FARMHOUSE RENTAL DESCRIPTION Situated in the beautiful green countryside of the Berici hills, near Vicenza, Agriturismo Marani offers an idyllic and peaceful settling. The charm of a 19th century Italian rural house is combined with a modern refurbishment to provide you with all the comfort of our four en-suite bedrooms. We would like to welcome you into the traditionally warm atmosphere of our family Agriturismo. Enjoy our excellent breakfasts and dinners (on request): we have a wide range of natural products from our nearby farmhouse.

Strategically located in the centre of the historic, yet thriving Veneto region, Agriturismo Marani is the ideal gateway to romantic Venice, Romeo and Juliet's Verona, or vibrant Padua, as well as a suitable base for hiking and cycling in the picturesque surroundings.

Vicenza: (12 km) Strategically located in the centre of the Venetian plain, the city is equally close to the seaside and the mountains, surrounded by a range of low green hills.

Vicenza is nowadays a prosperous and lively economic centre. The city is internationally famous to be the City of Palladio . The majority of the buildings designed by the famous Renaissance architect are in Vicenza, including the most ancient covered theatre in the world, the Teatro Olimpico. This has made Vicenza one of the World Heritage Sites, according to UNESCO listings.

Venice: (79 km) La Serenissima, really needs no introduction. So this part would be useless if it was not true that the city is more romantic, surprising and beautiful than you could ever expect. Gondolas, masked balls during Carnival, the Grand Canal, golden mosaics in St. Mark Basilica, palaces facing streets made of water. The set of images Venice elicits in any visitor's mind are powerful and appealing, evoking an impossible world, the illusion of a different life. As somebody described it, it is the place where two infinites, sea and sky, meet with humanity.

Type : Farmhouse
Sleeps: 8
Bedrooms: 4
Baths: 4
Extra Person Rate: $ 18.99
Minimum Night Stay 2 Nights
Pet Friendly: NA
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Individual Nightly Rates
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Jan 7- Jun 15: Single/ Low Season
$ 50.65 $ 50.65 $ 50.65 $ 50.65 $ 50.65 $ 50.65 $ 50.65 2 Nts
Jun 16- Sep 3: Single/ High Season
$ 63.31 $ 63.31 $ 63.31 $ 63.31 $ 63.31 $ 63.31 $ 63.31 2 Nts
Sep 4- Jan 6: Single/ Low Season
$ 50.65 $ 50.65 $ 50.65 $ 50.65 $ 50.65 $ 50.65 $ 50.65 2 Nts
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STANDARD RATES
Currency: USD
Standard Occupancy: 2
Max Occupancy: 8
Extra Person Rate: $ 18.99
  • Payment Policy: Rates are in Euros.

    For Other Rates: Please Contact Owner.

    Prices always include breakfast.

    All rooms are now en-suite, heated and air conditioned.

    Dinner (on request): 20 €.

    A third bed is available in every double room. The third bed is free for children aged 13 or younger.

  • Cancellation Policy: Please Contact Owner for Cancellation.
  • Rules: Rates are subjected to change without prior notice.

AMENITIES

Typical dishes: Beans with pasta, Seasonal soup, Tagliatelle with green peas, Tagliatelle with mushrooms, Risottos, Poultries, Salami, Roasted pork in milk, Sottaceti, Seasonal vegetables, Fruit jams, Fruit cakes, Biscuits

All the ingredients (except for rice) of the dishes listed above are produced in our farmhouse.

Wine: The farmhouse produces wine from five different types of grapes: Merlot, Cabernet, Sauvignon, Pinot and Vespaiolo. Our wine is produced in a natural way, involving the work of the whole family in the process. The aim is to provide you with a taste that reflects, in its intense notes, the true flavour of life in the Italian countryside.

Olive oil: We produce two types of typical olive oil: the extra virgin olive oil and the extra virgin olive oil certified by the Protected Designation of Origin (PDO). Moreover, our olives are always hand-picked and pressed within 24 hours from the harvesting.

  • Mountain View
  • City View
  • Child Friendly
  • Spacious
  • Designer Furnishings
  • Professionally Decorated
  • Air Conditioning
  • Garden View
  • Formal Dining Room
  • Dining Table Seats
  • Dining Table
  • Double Bed
  • Sofa Sleeper
  • Play Equipment
  • Telephone

ATTRACTIONS

Verona: There is no world beyond Verona's walls , Shakespeare sighed in Romeo's words. Lying within a tight curve of the Adige river, not far away from the alpine passes that lead to northern Europe, Verona has always been a major commercial hub. This has made of Verona a thriving and successful town for most of its history, as well as a primary centre for art and a very lively venue for social life and shopping.

Padua: (36 km) The city, picturesque with its dense network of arcaded streets and bridges crossing the numerous branches of the river Bacchiglione, is home to one of the most ancient universities in Europe. Padua's most famous sights are surely the medieval Scrovegni Chapel, with its frescoes by Giotto, and the Basilica of St.

  • Near Town
  • Near Shopping
  • Near Restaurants
  • Hiking
  • Wine Tasting
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