|Minimum Stay||1 - 2 nights|
You can fly to Treviso's or Venice's airport. They are served by Ryanair and other low cost airline companies. Airport car rental. Pets are welcome.
Welcome to Ca' di Minù
where the trip becomes magic
This antique stone hay barn has been recently renewed into a lovely two storey house (35 sqm total) keeping the original charm. At the ground floor there are a kitchen and a bathroom with shower, while on the second floor the bedroom with a queen size bed and a single bed. In addition to the fully furnished and equipped house with free wireless connection and air conditioning, you can enjoy a quiet place in the flower garden whenever you prefer relaxing in the sun, reading and silence.
Considering the wonderful surroundings to be discovered at your arrival, this cozy place is the perfect home away from home.
This wavy hills area is famous for Prosecco vineyards and for being near tourist sites and attractions but far from commotion.
There are many safe from cars paths for walking, bicycling, and trekking. Hence Venice, Treviso, Belluno and the Dolomites Mountains are very easy to reach and a “must see” for their history, architecture and charm. This area also offers a wide variety of fresh and local food to please every taste.
At the end of the day you can return to the rose garden for magic and quiet moments of rest.
Ca' Minù is in the province of Treviso and near to the capital of the province also called Treviso, ( the " Painted Town " ). It is only an hour's drive from Venice (the magic city on the sea) and Cortina , ( the "Pearl of the Dolomites " ) .
Our house offers a lot of privacy, but if our guests want to have tourist information we are very happy to give them.
Our house is close to the holiday home and we are available for every need.
In bike: The variety of the journeys that is been able cross in bicycle and in MTB makes our valley the ideal place for the tourist cyclist. Land roads a few trafficies and the runs among the hills with panoramas that change continually passing from the vineyards to the woods, from the lowland to the mountain is able be easy, they mediate and binding and for this every bicyclist is able amuse to second of his training.
Trekking: Departing directly from our Home there are innumerable pathes on foot, level or with light ascension, or a little more binding. From all this pathes is enjoied always different panoramas and fascinating and it is not rare meet on the really road the roe, the hare, the rate, the squirrel, the dormouse or the curl, to don't speak of the enormous variety of birds that of the people our territory among which the barn owl and the buzzard, the cuckoo and the woodpecker. Remaining always in valley are been able cross the hills with vineyards, lawns and woods, and stop in the wine cellars for a wine taste `prosecco' and of 'soppressa', typical meat from the intense taste, to then climb in mountain and to enjoy the sight stopping in the `malga' or in the shelters to taste the cheeses and the rich kitchen of the local tradition.
Horseback riding: Experts cognizant of the zone and of the horses ( federal companions ) are available for long walks all the territory with half hour exits or a day or for trekking of more days. Who loves ride doesn't be able abdicate to enjoy is the only beauty of our earth leaving softly transport from a docile horse and perfectly instructed .
Free Flight: The passion for this sport, hang gliding and paragliding, in recent years has grown considerably and it attracts lovers on La Posa from where you can make exceptional ascended to the particular ventilation that characterizes this area.
Wir hatten einige schöne Tage in Tarzo und konnten den Sommer um einige Tage verlängern.
Das winzige, urgemütliche Häuschen ist gepflegt und gut ausgestattet und für zwei Erwachsene + ein (kleineres) Kind für einige Tage ausreichend. Dank guter Heizung ist es auch in der kälteren Jahreshälfte empfehlenswert.
Die Vermieterin stand für alle Anliegen zur Verfügung, wir hatten aber wenn wir es wollten unsere Ruhe.
In der Umgebung gibt es schöne Wandermöglichkeiten.
Ein wirklich empfehlenswertes Ziel.
Das kleine Steinhäuschen ist liebevoll eingerichtet und zweckmäßig ausgestattet, genau wie beschrieben. Alles befindet sich in einem sehr gepflegten und sauberen Zustand. Sonja und Anna standen uns stets mit Rat und Tat zur Seite. Für eine erholsame Woche zu zweit, in ruhiger und freundlicher Umgebung, können wir dieses Kleinod wärmstens empfehlen. Wir haben die Gegend mit dem MTB erkundet und dabei hat
uns die "Grotte del Caglieron" sehr beeindruckt.
Danke Sonja und Anna für Eure Gastlichkeit.
Das von außen traditionelle Häuschen und seine Umgebung wirken sehr authentisch. Klein aber voll ausgestattet kann man sehr erholsame und gemütliche Stunden hier verbringen. Ideal zu zweit.
We definitely enjoyed the week we spent in the small but cosy holiday accommodation in Nogarolo, Tarzo, and all the things we did there, such as the visits to mediaeval places like Asolo and Portobuffole, but also Treviso, Conegliano, Vittorio Veneto andthe nearby Lake Santa Crocce, surrounded by the spectacular mountains of the Bellunesian Dolomites.
Those interested in architecture should not miss visiting the famous villas Barbaro and Emo planned by the famous Renaissance master architect Palladio, both of which are in easy reach. On the way there, it is a must to stop at one ofthe many wineries along the "Strada del Prosecco" around Valdobbiadene and taste the delicious and wonderfully light D.O.C.G. beverage, e.g. at Angelo Bortolin's in Guia di Valdobbiadene.
Directly in Nogarola, we can only recommend anyone who wants to eat something else than pizza to try both Locanda Cordirosso and particularly Ca' Piadera (agriturismo), which overlooks the picturesque vineyards of the area, for their excellent home-made meals, service and atmosphere.
Santa Maria, a small lake in the neighbouring village of the same name, is a nice and quiet place to go swimming and sunbathing.
All the people we encountered during our holiday in this place were very friendly and helpful despite the language barriers which sometimes occured. 😉
Thanks a lot, Sonia and Anna, for your kindness and any effort to make us feel like home! We felt looked after absolutely well and would come back any time.
Matthias and Christiane, Chemnitz, Germany
We definitely enjoyed the week in the small, but cosy holiday accommodation in Nogarolo, Tarzo, and all the things we did there, such as the visits to mediaeval places like Asolo and Portobuffole, but also Treviso, Conegliano and Vittorio Veneto and the nearby Lake Santa Crocce, surrounded by the spectacluar mountains of the Bellunesian Dolomites. Those interested in architecture should not miss visiting the famous villas Barbaro and Emo planned by the famous architect Palladio, both of which are in easy reach. On the way there, it is a must to stop at one of the many wineries along the "Strada del Prosecco" around Valdobbiadene and taste the delicious and wonderfully light D.O.C.G. beverage, e.g. at Angelo Bortolin's in Guia di Valdobbiadene.
Directly in Nogarolo, we can only recommend anyone who does not only want to eat pizza to try both Locanda Cordirossa and particularly Ca' Piadera (agriturismo), which overlooks the vineyards of the area, for their excellent home-made meals service and atmosphere.
Santa Maria, a small lake in the neighbouring village of the same name, is a nice and quiet place to go swimming or sunbathing.
All the people we encountered there during our stay were very friendly and helpful despite the language barriers ehich sometimes occured.
Thank you Sonia and Anna for your kindness and any effort to make us feel like home! We felt looked after absolutely well and would come back any time.
Matthias and Christiane, Chemnitz, Germany
I have been to Ca' di Minù at the beginning of summer 2015 for an holiday with my girlfriend. We have been in Italy before for the usual tourist trip (Rome, Florence, Naples...) but this was the first one where we decided to drift from the main cities and explore less worldwide known locations.
We book at Ca' di Minù and when we arrived there we where amazed by the quite and calm that was there, even though we drove for less than one hour from Venice airport.
The house is set on smooth and green hills. It has such a classy ancient style and is tastefully decorated with nice rural elements. You can really breath the spirit and the root of that land. Despite of that it is fully equipped with modern amenities such with wi-fi and airco. The only downside is the internal parking space: if you get there with a big car it might be hard to park. However there is plenty of room along the road, which is safe and not congested at all.
There is also a very cozy garden well furnished and it was a pleasure spending the last bit of the evenings there before going to bed.
About the logistic we realized on the very first day that we made an excellent choice. Ca' di Minu' makes you feel somehow far away from the world since the the peace and the calm vibes of the prosecco hills, but it is actually close to the fantastic Dolomite mountains, there is a very nice lake nearby and towns as Vittorio Veneto which is absolutely wonderful with its rock and the ancient medieval palaces.
At some point we didn't resist to visit Venice once more but we where puzzled about driving until there. So Sonia and Anna explained us that there is a train station is literally at the bottom of the hill where Ca' di Minù is located. So we got our ticket and we reached the beloved Venice quickly and without the stress of driving to a popular and touristic place.
Now the best part... we obviously didn't know where to go for proper eating in a land with so much variety and choices. Sonia and Anna understood our situation, our tastes and gave us plenty of tips about restaurants, bars and "gelaterias" (we totally love gelato). I don't have memories about eating so well, so healthy (and paid so little) during all the trips I took so far. I can say that if we eat well we probably drink better. Apparently wine is a sort of religion in those areas.
I can totally recommend Ca' di Minù. A cozy and convenient place to rest during your exploring holidays.
Territory rich in art, history (eg sites of the Great War), museums, great food and wine tradition (territory of Prosecco), offers many sports (paragliding, horse riding, canoeing, golf, swimming ...).
Nogarolo is an ancient small and quiet village in the Prosecco wine route, in the hills. Our house is an old stone barn on two floors recently renovated: the ground floor is the kitchen with a bunk bed and a bathroom with shower, on the first floor the master bedroom. And 'surrounded by a flower garden with chairs, table and chairs.
The facility is situated in a strategic starting point to visit the Eastern Veneto (Treviso, Venice, Verona, Padua, Vicenza, Asolo, Cortina and the Dolomites) and Friuli Venezia Giulia (Pordenone, Udine, Gorizia and Trieste)
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Nov 22 2016 - Apr 30 2017
1 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$107|
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