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The rooms: each trip has its own destination

I am Lucia Camposilvan and I will personally welcome you at the B & B. I have always loved travelling and I could do it for study, work, and humanitarian projects… always driven by passion. After so much wandering I decided to take a backward journey, hosting “the world” in my house.

Gracious and full of light, the three rooms are decorated differently to offer you unique experiences. All with feature wooden floors and wooden beams, antique family furniture, and, to brighten up sleep, comfortable memory foam mattresses and embroidered sheets that smell fresh. Each room has its own private bathroom and independent air conditioning.

Curiosity

I named the rooms of the B&B after my first guests who first stayed with me: Diana, Simon and Maelis. They are the people who gave me confidence immediately after the opening (January 2014) when the B & B was not yet at the top of the rankings. From those first guests to now, the B&B has risen to the top on Tripadvisor, Booking, Bed and Breakfast.it, and it is included among the addresses recommended by the most famous tourist guides, such as the EDT / Lonely Planet and other online magazines.

I will be glad to give you tips and advice on destinations to visit, the ‘must’ not to be missed, the local delicacies to be tasted, the artisans to be discovered, trips out of town on foot or by bike.

In the morning, I will prepare an Italian breakfast with the character of Vicenza — fresh fruit extracts from our local producers, brioches, jams and sweets, candles and background music.

In the summer months, breakfast will be served in the romantic garden that I love so much, cultivated with my hands. It is an intimate corner of greenery also equipped with comfortable seating to enjoy some moments of peace and rest.

On request, I will be happy to be able to satisfy your particular needs, respecting food intolerances or preferences of international breakfasts.

  • Located in the historical center, just a short distance from the pedestrian area
  • 10 min walk to the train and bus station
  • By car:
    • Easy to access and NOT in the limited traffic area (no ZTL)
    • Free overnight parking in the neighborhood from 20:00 to 8:00
    • Covered garage near the house (must be booked in advance)
  • Check-in from 15:00 to 20:00, or by request for a different time
  • Check-out by 10:30
  • Free luggage storage on the days of arrival and departure
  • Languages spoken: Italian, English and Spanish
  • Pets allowed with prior notice
  • Smoking area in the garden (smoking inside the house not permitted)
  • Comfortable and functional
  • Fast wi-fi with fiber optic h24, air conditioning, courtesy kit in the bathrooms, hairdryer, kettle with herbal teas, and coffee. There is no TV to ensure maximum relaxation.
  • To increase comfort, you have access to the ground floor living room with fireplace as well as the private garden
  • Cleaning is done every day, and for those who stay longer, the linens will be changed every 3 days (as per regional regulation)
  • For those who prefer total privacy and a self-contained residence, I offer a newly renovated apartment on the second floor of a beautiful building with elevator, very close to the B & B, in Contrà Lodi 32, which is a wide and bright street and only a two minute walk from the ZTL area

Discover the apartment:

http://www.porticorosso.it/en/accommodation/flat-lodi-32/

Vicenza, UNESCO World Heritage Site

“Città d’autore” almost entirely signed by the brilliant classicist architect Andrea Palladio (1508-1580), protagonist of the Renaissance Veneto, Vicenza is a city to be discovered little by little, enjoying the happy interweaving of tradition and innovation. In the central squares of the Lords, of the Herbs, and of the Biade with its magnificent Basilica Palladiana and the loggia of the Capitanio, you also go to browse the market stalls, or to ‘make’ a spritz accompanied by tasty spunciotti (snacks) assorted, or fish cicheti (tavern Bottega). The sixteenth-century Olympic Theater, the oldest covered permanent theater in the world, always amazes, but even more so in the evening during a concert of classical or jazz music. And the shopping walk in the scenic Corso Palladio is not complete if you do not stop to taste the trio of cod at Il Ceppo, a temple of the city’s gastronomy. And then there is the Civic Art Gallery with the magical colors and lights of Venetian painters housed in the magnificent backdrop of Palazzo Chiericati, the art collections of Banca Intesa Sanpaolo in Palazzo Leoni Montanari, triumph of Baroque architecture, the Palladium Museum, unique in the world, and the Gold Museum which recounts the very long tradition of Vicenza goldsmiths, to which the prestigious fairs of September and January are also linked, and the old and new workshops of the skilled local artisans and designers. Nearby, 10 minutes by car or bus from the city center you get to the Sanctuary of Monte Berico, a place of faith but also wide vantage point, and the superb villas Valmarana ai Nani and La Rotonda, the most famous of the Palladian villas.

Among the destinations not to be missed in the territory there are also Bassano del Grappa, city of ceramics, grappa and memories of the Great War, Marostica with its fabulous city walls and the square hosting the Partita a Scacchi, the romantic castles of Giulietta and Romeo di Montecchio Maggiore, also home to the Bisazza Foundation, dedicated to the art of mosaic, and the paths and mountains of Recoaro with the Little Dolomites and Asiago frequented in the summer by lovers of trekking, climbing and cycling and in winter by fans of cross-country skiing that have 500 km of slopes of all lengths and difficulties available to Asiago.

For detailed tourist information about Vicenza and the Vicenza area, we suggest you consult the websites www.vicenzae.org,  www.vitourism.it, www.comune.vicenza.it/vicenza/attrattiveturistiche/