The 14th-century saw the rise in popularity of countryside villa retreats amongst the wealthy Italian intelligentsia. In 1535 the architect Giovanni Falconetto set about designing an elegant villa on a raised terrace. The design of the building placed emphasis on the green surroundings of the Euganean Hills and the shady flanking loggias were purpose-built to capture the stunning scenery.
The Mansarde del Frutteto and Vigneto are two flats available for independent use and can sleep up to four people each. They are equipped with a kitchen, a living room, a double bedroom and a twin bedroom, each with its own private bathroom and provided with bed and bath linen, pillows and blankets. A travel cot suitable for babies up to two years old is available on request. Air heating and air conditioning are provided in every room, except for the bathrooms which have electric towel heaters.
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