Ca’ Marcello is a magnificcent example of a Palladian-style Villa Veneta, not far from the cities of Padua and Treviso.
Built in the 16th century by the noble Venetian Marcello family, who still live in and maintain the Villa, Ca’ Marcello was enlarged, furnished and finely decorated in the 18th century.
Inside the Villa, guests can admire the original furnishings, as well as numerous works of art, including the fresco cycle by G. B. Crosato depicting Olympus and the life of Alexander the Great, and rare stucco works based on cartoons by G. Zais.
Ca’ Marcello is surrounded by a park covering more than 9 hectares, which also dates back to the 18th century.
The historic gardens feature a 16th-century dovecote tower, a fish pond, the family’s private chapel and numerous statues.
Ca’ Marcello is open to visitors who can enjoy the gracious personal hospitality of the Marcello family while discovering “villa living.”
Guests can stay in the Barchessa wing, in a prestigious apartment that sleeps up to eight, ideal for an exclusive vacation.