La Casa Vecchia

Via Callonga 12,Valdobbiadene,Italy

  • Experience World-class Service at La Casa Vecchia

    Featuring a spa area and free fitness centre, La Casa Vecchia is located in Valdobbiadene. It includes a wine museum and a terrace with view of hills. Air-conditioned rooms have a flat-screen TV, garden view and private bathroom with free toiletries. Guests can enjoy homemade wines and Spumante Cartizze at the bar. A Continental breakfast is served daily. The bus stop for Vittorio Veneto is 1 km away. Fiume Piave is a 10-minute drive away.

    Amenities

    • Airport Shuttle
    • Fitness Facility
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Swimming Pool
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Spa
    • Bar
    • Breakfast
    • Childcare Service
    • Lounge
  • reviews

    • Wine tour

      5.0
      Reviewed 25 June 2019

      Recently my sister and I visited on a day trip to learn about the valdobbiadene wine. The host was very engaged and informative, the wine tasting and accompanying appetizers were excellent and we learned so much about the wine, the area and now have a new appreciation for the quality of this special wine from a family run business. I didn't stay in the B&B portion, but everything looked very well kept and we were treated so well. I would definitely consider it for another time...the hills look fantastic for biking!

      Brenda L
    • Post Christmas relax

      5.0
      Reviewed 19 January 2019

      Came here as I got a Christmas present of a vine adoption. Was very impressed with the the whole stay! The rooms are spotless, comfortable and with wonderful views. The family are extremely knowledgeable about their wines and the tasting session we had was extremely enjoyable and very informative! The wines are most important and it shows, they were delicious!! Thank you for a wonderful weekend

      kp275
    • yes. beautiful location.

      4.0
      Reviewed 28 October 2016

      good wine. good bed. good shower. good view. good antipasti. good people. overall, it's a great place. what you might expect when you are staying in the old farm house. in a way the actual accommodation side can feel like a sideline to making wine. probably because it is. the owner, is really nice. very pragmatic, but in his way he welcomes you. unless you ask for something, you are on your own when you ask for something, they do what they can. for us, it's an overall YES. the only negatives for me were in fact the other guests... the lady next to us played TV loud until 01:00. and, breakfast was, so so. but ok. Everything else & the coffee made up for it :-) Yes. we will go back. Yes. we will recommend.

      Thorsbror
    • Gorgeous View, Wine, and Rooms

      4.0
      Reviewed 10 August 2014

      This is an agriturismo meaning that the grapes and their wine are number 1, and tourism is number 2. They are still incredibly nice and accommodating, but you shouldn't think you are going to a fancy hotel where there is a lot of staff to wait on you. They showed us their wine cellar which was a highlight of our stay. It was fun to see how passionate they are about their wine. Emmanuel and his girlfriend also gave us a lot of pointers on where to eat and drink prosecco close by. The restaurant at the top of the town was fantastic (but a bit pricey) as well as the pizza place that is within walking distance. My advice to anyone going to Prosecco, is to avoid going on a Monday. Everything seems to be closed. We had trouble finding a place to eat dinner on a Monday night. This is a great place to go if you are going for a romantic weekend or with friends. They have beautiful outdoor seating that we enjoyed drinking Prosecco at quite late in the night. They also have a shared breakfast room and porch with a great view as well. Enjoy the wine and company of your family or friends and throw the gadgets and TV away for your stay. :)

      littlemcb
    • Management Pictures Do Not Do It Justice & Great Value at Price Point

      5.0
      Reviewed 20 July 2014

      What a delightful surprise to find that management's pictures do not do this place justice (instead of the opposite). Rooms with private bathrooms, common areas, and views far exceeded expectations based on pics. Loved all of the prosecco, with the "MeMe" and the Cartizze being my faves. Spotless, nice breakfast, passionate family winemaking operation. Just ask for a tour of the winery if you want it, and you will quickly see that "MeMe" was born into the perfect profession for him. I rate this excellent for what it is -- an agriturismo -- the inn-keepers are first and foremost farmers and wine producers, so don't expect the services of a 5-star hotel, but you will find wonderful accommodations in a breathtaking setting, great prosecco, and a family willing to assist; all recommendations we asked for delivered. The only problem for us was that we could not buy cases since we traveled by plane. Hence we had to settle for buying 3 bottles each, all packed very nicely for travel by MeMe's father and (also) winemaker. Wifi is not in-room, but it's free as advertised, and we all (5 of us) used it. Outdoor seating area is great and there is also a terrace off the breakfast room. Excellent value!

      AnnFace

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