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Villa Veronese

Romagnano, Verona

A/C
All bedrooms have air conditioning with individual climate control. There are 30 kwhs per week included in the price. Usage over this allowance is paid on-site in Euro.



BBQ
A private charcoal barbecue is available.



Car Needed
It is necessary to have a car at this property.



Cleaning
Light housekeeping with a three hour minimum may be arranged on Wednesday. To ensure availability, order this service at the time of booking. This service is paid on-site in Euro.



Closest Airports
TransAtlantic: Milan Malpensa - 3 hours
TransAtlantic: Rome Leonardo da Vinci at Fiumicino - 5 hours
National and InterEuropean: Verona Catullo - 30 minutes
National and InterEuropean: Venice Marco Polo - 90 minutes



Driving Times
Grezzana: 8 minutes; A4 autostrada, Verona Est exit: 15; Verona with train station or Bosco Chiesanuova (Lessini mountains): 25; Soave: 30; Peschiera del Garda (Lake Garda) or Castelnuovo del Garda (Gardaland Park): 45; Vicenza or Mantova: 50; Padova or Cittadella: 60; Bassano del Grappa or Modena: 90; Venice, Brescia, Asiago, Treviso or Parma: 100; the Dolomites, Ferrara, Bologna, Milan: 2 hours



Language Spoken
The keyholder lives in Verona and speaks some English.



Internet Access
For those taking along a laptop or an Internet capable device (ie. tablets, smartphones, iPads, iPhones), a portable cellular WiFi modem is provided. Up to five devices within the modem's range have Internet access and the connection is limited to the living room.

For better reception, this portable modem can be taken to the village square in Romagnago, just one mile from the villa where there is better reception.



Heat
Heating is paid on-site in Euro. Two baskets of firewood for the fireplace are included in the price.



Interior Décor
Modern construction home - Villa Veronese offers spacious rooms and large windows allowing for plenty of sunlight. Most of the decor is contemporary with the living and dining room having some Venetian antique reproduction pieces.

Interior Amenities: A large loft above the living room has a billiard table and a sitting area with magnificent views over the vineyards. All the bathrooms are fully tiled with a couple having double sinks. Two of the bathrooms have both a tub and a separate shower stall. All the bedrooms have air conditioning starting in June 2012. Three of the four bedrooms have window screens. The fourth bedroom has only a glass door to a balcony that cannot be screened.

Layout Notes: The two bedrooms on the first floor have doors opening to a shared small balcony with a scenic view over the vineyards. There are two areas set up for outdoor dining: the covered portico facing the vineyards in the front and a breakfast patio in the rear off of the kitchen.



Kitchen
The kitchen has an abundance of cookware and is equipped with a stove top, oven, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and a corner fireplace that may be used for grilling. The kitchen opens to the furnished patio in the back of the house that receives the morning sun.



Minuses
A groundskeeper comes to the estate to maintain the villa landscaping and the surrounding vines and olive groves daily. Workers and their equipment are present during the harvest season with the most active time being the last two weeks of September.



No Smoking
Smoking is not permitted inside the property.



Parking
Parking is free at the property.



Steps & Stairs
From the parking, walk 10 yards on a scattered flagstone path and up one high (5.5 inch) step to the main entrance. The most accessible two bedrooms and bathrooms are on the ground floor with all others requiring 17 steps.



Phone
A portable cellular phone is made available at check-in. The phone is typically charged with 25 or 50 Euro worth of calling time. Guests only pay for the usage consumed. If you require additional minutes, please ask your keyholder for assistance.



Pluses
A picturesque Valpolicella vineyard setting with lovely views over the vines and olive groves. The grounds surrounding this private home are beautifully maintained.

Villa Veronese offers plenty of space with a huge, open floor plan living and dining room that was designed for entertaining. Living space continues to a loft area over the living room furnished as a billiard room. The bedrooms are air conditioned.

Just 15 minutes from the autostrada exit, Villa Veronese allows for touring the many attractions of the Veneto region: Verona, just 25 minutes away, the Lessinia mountains, Lake Garda, the art cities and Venice. Several of Emilia Romagna's cities are within driving distance.



Pool
The private pool is open from the last weekend in May to the first Friday in October. Pool towels are provided.



Road Condition
From the A4 highway, the route to the estate's gated entrance is on paved roads.



Screens
Three of the four bedrooms have screened windows. The fourth bedroom has a glass door that is not screened.



TV
Satellite Basic package - A limited number of channels with most of them being Italian. There are one or two news channels in the English language.



Views
Villa Veronese is positioned on a gently rising uphill slope. The best views over the rolling green hills and vineyards are from the front of the villa including the pool area, the covered portico, the living room and three of the four bedrooms. The fourth bedroom and the kitchen patio face the rear looking at the greenery of the hillside.



Washing Machine
This property is equipped with a washing machine.



What's nearby
Shopping and Dining: The tiny village of Romagnano, a mile away has a small store for basic groceries. Grezzana, less than 10 minutes by car has a pizzeria, three trattorie, café bars, a post office, banks and a pharmacy. A large supermarket, open on Saturday until 9 pm, is near the Verona Est highway exit in 15 minutes.

Internet Point: The public library in the residential area of Grezzana has a couple of PCs and the connection is free. Guests with a laptop may sign up at the library for a password to use the WiFi hot spot in the main village square in Romagnago, just one mile from the villa. The library (Centro Culturale Eugenio Turci) is open Monday-Friday from 3 to 6 pm and is along Via Antonio Segni.

Not To Be Missed:
The medieval village of Molina with a waterfall park, Parco delle Cascate, a 45 minute drive north into the Lessinia moutains. This charming medieval town is named after the water mills that were once powered from five waterfalls. The area is an oasis of botanical plants and wooded trails leading to gorges, waterfalls and caverns. A choice of trails range from 30 minute to two hour itineraries. The center of town has a Botanical Museum showing the diverse flora and medicinal herbs of the area.

Cittadella is an hour's drive and along the route to Bassano del Grappa. It's a well preserved, completely walled city with 34 towers and is considered the "San Gimignano" of the North.

Hiking & Skiing: A 25 minute drive north leads to Bosco Chiesanuova, the main resort town of the Lessinia mountains known for hiking and horseback riding in summer and alpine, cross country and night skiing in winter. In Bosco Chiesanuova, at 4 pm every weekend, krapfen pastry are served in the church square.

Golf: The Verona Golf Course near Sommacampagna is within a half hour drive.

For Families: Gardaland, Italy's most famous amusement park in Castelnuovo del Garda, 45 minutes away, is open from April to the end of September and on weekends in October and December.

Open Air Markets: Morning markets are held in Verona on Saturday, in Peschiera del Garda on Monday and in Bosco Chiesanuova on Tuesday. On the third Saturday of every month, there is an antiques, artisan and art market at the Sagrato Basilica of S. Zeno in Verona. On the third Sunday of every month, there is an antiques market in Soave.

Festivals: Vinitaly, an international wine expo takes place in Verona during the first week of April. The Arena di Verona hosts the city's world-renowned opera festival in July and August while at the same time, the Teatro Romano welcomes the Shakespeare Festival. During the third week in September, Soave hosts the Wine Festival.



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