A Renaissance Villa-Castle in the venetian countryside

A Renaissance Villa-Castle in the venetian countryside

Towers and crenellated walls that enclose a radiant and graceful 16th-century villa

The Soldiers  that once presided over the manor house are now represented by elegant statues along the entrance avenue.

The access to the house is through a small raised yard, then a loggia, and finally a large portico, with the rooms of the mezzanine to the sides. 

The first floor and the towers host sumptuous rooms and apartments for guests; to the left and right of the Villa’s large front courtyard are the wing buildings (the barchesse), the wine cellar, the family chapel and the shop. 

Behind the Villa is the large garden-orchard ( the brolo), and the vineyards that provide the grapes for the excellent wines produced here.

This sort of “well-ordered” countryside characterizes nearly all of the Ville Venete, so numerous in the province of Treviso that it has earned the name of “Garden of Venice.” 

The Baroni Ciani Bassetti family lives in the castle and welcomes the guests giving guided tours to those who are visiting or staying over.

Castello di Roncade is located in an area with numerous cycling and riverside paths, other Villas to visit within a few minutes’ drive, golf courses and outlet shopping.

Opening times and prices




Weekend (3 days, 2 nights) for 2 people at Castello di Roncade

From Friday to Sunday‚Äč

Cost per person: from € 240.00



  • 2 nights at Castello di Roncade in double or twin room with private bath
  • continental breakfast
  • guided visit of Castello di Roncade and its historic wine cellars and wine tasting (1hour)
  • entrance to Villa Emo (Palladian Villa- on Saturday afternoon)
  • visit of Villa Tiepolo Passi, a the 17th-century Scamozzi -school designed villa (on Sunday at 11 o’clock)
  • Visit to cheesemaker with cheese tasting ( on request when making the reservation)


Things to do during your stay

  • Discover Treviso, city of water, a few kilometers from the Villa. Aside from the main monuments, museums and excellent restaurants and osterias, it’s well worth exploring the rivers, streams and canals that flow through the city, even running beneath its houses.
  • Wander around the Prosecco hills, on a tour to discover a delightful landscape untouched by time, dotted with history-laden villages and towns.
  • Admire the Venetian water basin of Porte Grandi, a water area created by the Serenissima Republic at the point where the river Sile splits and flows towards the river Piave. There is an excellent seafood restaurant there as well.
  • Follow various itineraries (on foot, by bicycle or by boat) through the riverside park along the longest spring-fed river in Europe, the Sile.
  • Head to the seaside and spend a day at Jesolo, the lovely, fully-serviced beach on the upper Adriatic, just over half an hour away.
  • Gourmet shop at a small cheesemaker that still uses traditional, artisanal techniques, where you can observe the process of transformation of milk into cheese. 


Not included

  • Transportation
  • Anything else not indicated above



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Regione Veneto Istituto Regionale Ville Venete
Official sponsors
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Sensational Italy CISET Palladio Museum

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