Two inter-connected residences exuding charm and luxury at Villa F
Villa F is a lovingly restored historical building which welcomes discerning guests since 2011. Along with other restored properties in its vicinity, Villa F has contributed to the reviving of the Giudecca Island in Venice. Thanks to such properties, the Giudecca Island, which is regarded as a residential area, is becoming increasingly favoured among tourists who wish to be part of the city’s daily dynamic, yet have a luxurious accommodation in a quieter area.
This property has always played an important role, either as the residence of noble families or as a fancy pensione for writers, painters and actors, in the early part of the 20th century. In the early 2000s, Villa F has undergone important restauration work which have brought back its original charm and transformed it into a luxurious holiday rental which showcases the Venetian lifestyle.
Villa F has a luxurious garden and swimming pool, and comprises eleven residences, which can be rented individually or in combination of two inter-connecting apartments. Ambra and Giada can be rented together, offering three bedrooms in total and a maximum occupancy of six. Ambra features one master bedroom with two en-suite bathrooms, a large living room and fully equipped kitchen. Giada features two bedrooms with en-suite facilities, a spacious living room as well as a modern kitchen. Both residences offer stunning views of San Marco.
Guests at Villa F enjoy complimentary access to the Palladio Hotel and Spa.
3 double en-suite bedrooms
Venice is a lively city, with local and international artistic and cultural events. Some events like the 'Biennale' international exhibition of modern arts or the literary Prize 'Campiello' and again Palazzo Grassi hosting every year some of the most beautiful exhibitions, Museo Correr hosting fine arts and paintings in the city heart, St. Mark's Square.
In July, every year a religious feast takes place, il Redentore (The Redeemer's ) in the lagoon with boats ,lanterns and fireworks, attractions setting Venice in a glamorous frame. And again the Carnival, brought back to its splendour, with masks and people dressed as if it was the 700's in Venice. Dances, happenings and music. The Historical Regatta , a colourful parade of boats and the race following thereafter crowning the best crew, taking place on first Sunday in September.
Venice is an open-air exhibition of art and culture. It is known worldwide as the 'city for romance' art, literature and houses the greatest artistic treasures in the world. Signature examples include, the Doge's Palace, Rialto bridge one of the last Europe's fully stone bridges, St.Mark's Basilica and itself the Square. Visit world famous museums and art exhibitions such as Mureo Correr, Peggy Guggneheim Collection, Palazzo Grassi and more, wander the vast and varied art collection of Galleria dell'Accademia, Museo Cà Rezzonico displaying draperies, dresses and original furniture of the 700's.
Nearby Museo Correr – 300 metres St. Mark's Square – 400 metres St Mark’s Basilica – 450 metres Bridge of Sighs – 600 metres Rialto Bridge – 900 metres
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