If you're looking for a modern and comfy accommodation in Asiago, look no further! We are here to make you feel at home, get in touch with us today and start planning your journey in north Italy.
CAREFUL: entrance BnB from Via Cima 12
Three well furnished with private bathroom. There's a very spacious hall with several tables, armchairs, sofas and a really cozy lounge, all wooden and warm, ideal for your winter nights! Our kitchen is private, but if every now and then you want to warm up something, make a coffee or prepare a sandwich… you'll be the most welcome! :)
We have a mud-room where you can let your shoes, jackets or other stuff.
A 100% wooden comfy lounge with sofa, wireless internet, music, an old stove and a very nice view on the garden! There's a fridge in the hall, you can fill it with drinks, grocery, veggies, cheese... it's there for you so feel free to use it.
Patrizia will be very glad to introduce you to the area, she speaks Italian and a bit of English.
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You can easily get here by bus, there are 5-6 buses a day leaving from Vicenza's Bus Station (few steps away from Vicenza's Central Train Station).
If you fly to the North East of Italy from abroad you'll be probably landing in Verona, Venezia or Treviso (these are the main airports in Veneto, our Region/County). There are several connections available from these locations to Vicenza, if you need a good advice on how to get to our b&b just let us know and we'll help! :)
If you encounter any problem… just tell us! We'll do our best to sort it out, really, we want you to feel good and enjoy :)
Hi everyone, I'm Patrizia, I'm 59 and I come from a tiny village in north Italy, located half way between the Alps and the beautiful city of Venice. I'm married with Stefano, he's the father of my 3 sons (Marco, Pietro and Antonio), he loves guitars and Jazz music. Me and my husband love swimming, cooking, hicking and travelling. We've got a new member in our family: a beautiful black dog named Tuva. I wish I could say more about me and my hobbies, but my son Marco (who is writing this message right now) has got lots of work to do and must run. By the way, my husband and I speak English at a quite good level so I bet communication won't be that hard with us! Ciao!