House with ancient rural origins in the Prosecco hills. Present in the Napoleonic cadastre, completely renovated house, the floors are made of wood and cork, respecting the local tradition. Attic room of about 25 square meters plus bathroom connected from the inside, complete with shower, linen and hairdryer. Breakfast included. The local tourist tax is already included, nothing will be requested in addition. The infrared sauna cabin is an extra service on request.
“Best AirBnB I’ve stayed at! The whole family is super welcoming and so kind. The space is on the top floor, it is very quiet. The bedroom is large, the bathroom comfortable and very clean. The location is perfect for exploring the region. Minutes walk from beautiful viewpoints on the Prosecco valley, from the oldest church in Veneto and from great wineries with beautiful Prosecco!”
Casa Cesira (locazione turistica M0260840006) Cesira House is placed in Tarzo (Treviso) between the Prosecco hills and the lakes, near Venice and the Dolomities mountains. Ideal for cycling or walking. Decorated with stones and beams with a beautiful fireplace and a communal secluded courtyard
“We had a pleasant stay in Davide and Lisa's house. House renovated with taste, located in the village of Tarzo and close to a mini market, a bakery and an excellent restaurant (Ai Pini, we returned 3 times!). Its location allows to shine in Venice, Treviso and in the valley of a Prosecco as well as in Dolomiti Bellunesi. We did not meet Lisa but were in constant contact with her, very responsive communication.”
Our tourist rental is located in Revine, in a quiet area of the historic center, respecting its architecture with exposed stones and keeping traditions and history as much as possible.
“Lovely house built in 1920s, nicely renovated with a rustic touch. Arrived during a summer rain, Corine offered to park our motorcycle under the roof right in front of the entrance. Very useful! The city is small but worth a walk. Very quiet. Had a great rest. Loved the small pieces of hospitality: milk, coffee and Prosecco in the fridge, a hi-fi line with a small collection of selected CDs.”