Villa Tiepolo Passi is built in the Venetian Baroque style. On the ground floor of the dominican house sansovina ceilings e seventeenth century Venetian painting; on the noble floor, sumptuous frescoes by Pietro Antonio Cerva, called il Bolognese (1674-75). Outside, large selese with busts of philosophers Democritus and Heraclitus, miragli of an ancient sundial, and fish pond adorned by the statues of Wisdom and Prudence, works by Giuseppe Bernardi and his nephew Giovanni Ferrari, called the Torretti (around 1770), which had as a shop the young Antonio Canova.
Beyond the Italian garden with fountain and ornamental vases, in the historic romantic park is the noble chapel built in 1774, immediately after the original fire. Frescoed in a tepid style from Giambattista Canal, last skilled painter of the "fa presto" current, this church, still a place of worship, is dedicated to Our Lady of the Rosary and Pope Pius VI granted you a plenary indulgence.
At the back of the Villa, stables, garages, barns, cellars and guest quarters: beautifully restored, they rediscover ancient functions opening up to hospitality. Beyond the bridge over the Rio Piovensan are cultivated vineyards, orchards and lawns.
The first settlement of Villa Tiepolo Passi dates back to the beginning of the '500 and the Villa reached its present size a century later according to the stylistic features of Vincenzo Scamozzi, a pupil of Palladio, for the commission of Ermolao Tiepolo, prosecutor of San Marco and senator of the Serenissima Republic .
The Villa stands on the ancient embankment of a Paleovenetian Castelliere, which later became a Roman military garrison (castrum). The place is geographically strategic: the extraordinary perspective avenue that extends in front of the Villa and its extensions that look with a perfect straight line Venice to the south and Belluno and Cortina to the north, along the path of the Piave Valley.
In the 800 the Villa, enriched and embellished over the centuries by famous artists, becomes by parental channels Conti Passi de Preposulo, an ancient family of Bergamo origin, who still live there.
During the Great War it will become an Army Corps Command and then an Italian Red Cross hospital: King Victor Emmanuel stayed there, the general Diaz and Cadorna e Hemingway injured.
Staying in a Venetian Villa
At Villa Tiepolo Passi it is possible to stay in a splendid one Flat with magnificent views of the river and the countryside. A place of absolute charm, the ideal choice for those who want to enjoy the pleasure of the "Villa Life", between art, culture, history, nature in a 35 hectare park.
The historic Italian garden and the romantic park, as well as the manor house, are accessible only during the guided tour (10,00 € per person); clients staying in the Villa have total access to the walks of the Agricultural Estate, being able to enjoy the beauty of the nature that surrounds the Villa, including the ancient Roccolo di Caccia.
Located on the first floor of the West relevance of Villa Tiepolo Passi, the apartment is composed as follows:
Il Granareto (loft) (100 sqm)
Open space with double bed on mezzanine, sofa bed, kitchen with oven, large living area, bathroom with tub, air conditioning, river and countryside views. It is possible to add two beds in the living area. Occupation: up to 4 people
double room with double bed or 2 single beds, bathroom with tub / shower, air conditioning, river and countryside views.
Double room with double bed, bathroom with tub / shower, air conditioning, view of the courtyards
Prices (per room)
Fattore Room: € 90,00 per night
Coachman's Room: € 90,00 per night
Il Granareto: € 130,00 per night
Each room has a breakfast set consisting of a coffee machine, kettle, biscuit slices and jams.
Extra bed available: € 20,00 per night
Pets are welcome (extra cost € 10,00 per night)
Extra services: transfers, tastings, etc. (to be requested and paid locally)
Check in: from 14: 00 to 18: 00. Check out: within the 11: 00
It is possible to rent the entire apartment or individual rooms.
Info and reservations: 0422 397790 - 329 7406219 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Visits to the Villa
individual (minimum 4 people), by reservation:
from March to November, every Sunday, 11 hours: 00 and 15: 30;
from December to February and on weekdays and Saturdays, on request and based on availability.
Groups (minimum 15 people), by reservation: all year.
individual: 10,00 euro per person.
Groups: 8,00 euro per person
Students from 8 to 21 years: 7,00 euro
FAI Members, Members of Venetian Villas, Members of ADSI: 8,00 euro
Assistants with disabilities, group leaders, children 0-7 years.
visit to the cave-ice-house and the bressana (hunting rocks): 4,00 euro per person.