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An elegant 18th-century villa surrounded by vineyards and olive groves a short drive south of Lake Garda, with an excellent Michelin-starred restaurant, open-air swimming pool, spa and delightful Italian gardens.

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Kiki Deere
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Kiki Deere is a freelance travel writer who contributes to a wide range of newspapers and magazines.



This is a gorgeous setting; you're immersed in 300-acre grounds of vineyards and olive groves. A cypress-lined avenue leads up to the elegant villa, where you can expect calm and peace.

The hotel is located near the lakeside town of Cavaion Veronese - it's a short drive from Lake Garda and the city of Verona.

By plane: London to Verona takes just over 2 hours, after which, it's a 30-minute drive to the hotel. Free on-site parking available. Book flights to Verona.

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The hotel exudes a calm and peaceful air. Dating back to the 18th Century, period features have been carefully restored, including frescoed ceilings and antique ornaments. Wooden ceiling beams add a slight rustic touch.


Facilities include the sublime Italian gardens and an open-air swimming pool, and guests can borrow bikes. There's even a beautiful 14th-century consecrated church housing a collection of 3,000 relics. The villa even produces its own honey, olive oil and wine! Service is professional and discreet.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Gym
  • Bike hire
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Rooms are split between the main villa and the more contemporary wings. The former are decorated in classic style with elegant fabrics, terrazzo floors and Murano lamps. Elegant bathrooms contain handmade toiletries.

Room types: Classic, Tradition, Elegance, Family, Junior Suite, Honeymoon Suite, Comfort Suite, Suite, The Bishop's Room

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, bathrobes and slippers, hairdryer, TV, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi


Chef Marco Marras creates innovative plates that echo his Sardinian roots at Restaurant Oseleta - try the honey prawn with passion fruit, almond granita and elderberry. Restaurant Cordevigo is a more informal option. For drinks, Fiorilej Bar is where it's at.

Oseleta: Michelin-starred, traditional Italian cuisine. Open Wed-Mon for dinner, Sat-Sun for lunch.

Cordevigo: informal terrace dining, open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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