Built on an embankment (the Levada) amid springs and luxuriant woodlands, Villa Ca' Marcello was initially erected in 1530, then enlarged and decorated in the 17th century. An elegant example of Palladian-style architecture, it still contains the original furnishings, artworks and household objects.
Here, guests can stay in sumptuous rooms, and even enjoy a small private garden with pool, welcomed warmly by the Villa’s owners, Count Vettor Marcello and his son Jacopo, who will accompany guests on a guided visit of the house and the historic 9-hectare park.
Their passion for hospitality and beauty in all its forms is evident, and their style – refined and witty, serious and droll – is that of the old Venetian nobility. Guests are immersed in an atmosphere of “country house season” living a la Carlo Goldoni, pragmatic and sophisticated, delightful and quietly elegant.
Standing in the midst of the countryside between the provinces of Padua and Treviso, Ca' Marcello is surrounded by numerous attractions within a short drive – art cities, magnificent villas, naturalistic areas, cycling paths, excellent restaurants and prestigious designer outlets.