Villa da Schio Castelgomberto, near Vicenza, was built in the late 17th-century according to a design inspired by Palladian architecture and attributed to the architect Antonio Pizzoccaro.
Originally owned by the Piovene family, it was first inherited by the Porto family and later passed down to the current owners, the da Schio family.
The large halls of Villa da Schio still preserve the original furniture and today are open to guided tours and events.
The historical park reflects an 18th-century design and includes an Italian-style garden with box hedges and lemon trees, several statues by Marinali's workshop, long paths lined with trees, terraces and a fishpond which receives water from the Poscola, a stream rerouted to create the park when the Villa was built.
Four elegant apartments surrounded by the quiet of the park are available for accommodation.