A great combination of residences located in a recently restored 16th Century villa
A former nobleman’s residence, then an upscale pension for local artists, Villa F has undergone major restauration work and now serves as a luxury property for discerning guests visiting Venice. The property is located on the island of Giudecca, offering views of Piazza San Marco. The villa enjoys close proximity to important Venetian landmarks, but being located in a residential area, it also offers much desired privacy and seclusion, away from the major tourist areas.
Having been thoroughly restored by Francesca Bortolotto Possati, Villa F now reflects throughout its eleven residences the veritable Venetian lifestyle. Each of Villa F’s residences can be rented individually or as a configuration of two apartments. One such configuration is Agata and Onice, which are inter-connected and together have four bedrooms to accommodate a group of up to eight guests. Both apartments feature two bedrooms with en-suite facilities, a custom-designed kitchen and offer views of the private garden. Both residences boast high ceilings and elegant décor with comfortable furnishings.
Regardless of whether guests are visiting Venice for leisure or business, there is something enjoyable for everyone to do in their spare time. Among the more relaxing activities is the use of the spa facilities at the Palladio Hotel and Spa, which is complimentary for guests at Villa F. In addition, guests of Agata and Onice enjoy the shared use of the swimming pool and gardens.
4 double en-suite bedrooms
Venice is a city known for its lively vibe, for its art and for its romance. Regardless of the time of visiting, there is most surely an event to attend, although the city is in itself an open-air exhibition. Some famous events hosted in Venice each year include the Biennale International Exhibition of Modern Arts, and the literary 'Campiello’ prize. Additionally, the Palazzo Grassi and Museo Correr host impressive art exhibitions. Each July, il Redentore (The Redeemer) takes place in the lagoon. Boats, lanterns and fireworks make Venice such a glamorous setting throughout this religious festival. The Historical Regatta, a colourful parade of boats, takes place on the first Sunday in September.
Museo Correr – 300 metresSt. Mark's Square – 400 metresSt Mark’s Basilica – 450 metresBridge of Sighs – 600 metresRialto Bridge – 900 metres
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