Little riverside relais in a parkland Veneto setting.
You’d be hard pushed to find a prettier spot in the Veneto countryside than the parkland setting of Ca’ Maffio, an aristocratic residence dating back to medieval times on the banks of the Sile River.
- Riverside relaxation away from the tourist throngs.
- Boat and bicycle rides along the water.
- Al fresco breakfasts in the flower-drenched gardens.
Hit the spot
In the Sile River nature park, halfway between Venice and Treviso.
There’s a lounge with a fireplace, video games and Playstation, wi-fi and complimentary tea/coffee. The lush gardens are there for summer breakfasts or sundowners. There’s also a boat dock and bicycle rentals.
Good to know
You're just 30 minutes from Piazza San Marco and the Doge's Palace.
ParkingParking around here is expensive (available nearby for GBP 1 per hour), but you wonâ€™t need a car.
AirportVenice Marco Polo – 9km; Treviso – 12km.
TrainQuarto d'latino station – 2.5km
ChildrenWelcome. There is an outdoor play area, and babysitting is available.
LocationVia Principe, Musestre di Roncade, Treviso, Veneto, 31056, Italy
Rooms have stylish furniture, elegant fabrics, wi-fi, a safe, and a TV if you choose.
Check out the suite with its fireplace and fabulous four poster, stylishly done out in distressed reds and ivory.
Eat & Drink
Only breakfast is served, but it’s hearty fare sure to set you up for the day. Enjoy it in the garden during the summer months the perfect spot for afternoon tea or an aperitivo later.
Breakfast is served until 10:30.
See & Do
Taking the short trip to Venice is a must – you’re just 15km from the Doge’s Palace, Piazza San Marco and the Rialto. If crowds are not for you, head the other way to the old walled city of Treviso for a stroll through its historic squares and arcades. A drive through the rolling Veneto countryside Prosecco trail will reveal heaps of vineyards and tasting opportunities.
There’s golfing 10km away in Mogliano at 18th century Villa Condulmer, and you can bike or ramble along the banks of the Sile river – rich in bird and plant life. Your hosts can also arrange a boat ride past old mills, small hamlets and aristocratic villas.