The saunas in the Lino and Popeline rooms are for the use of the occupants only and, like all the rooms, are sanitised every time new guests enter.
A HOUSE BRIMMING WITH ART, ARCHITECTURE AND POETRY
Casa Oliva Quero
“When we were little girls, we used to look at that house on Via Roma in Quero. The geraniums on the balcony, even when it was locked up and we knew Mrs Oliva was in Rome. A house waiting for her owners to return. Waiting for them to come back and greet the little statue of the Madonna which has always protected the entrance. Waiting for them to run up and down the wooden stairs.
Generations of children played in the little brolo or walled garden, used for the wedding of young Maria Grazia when she married the love of her life, Attilio. It was a house filled with art, architecture and poetry, and the aroma of the wedding pudding made by the matriarch herself, Signora Gina.
We also started noticing the house when our father started going inside because of his ties with Carlo Scarpa. Gigi, our father, was his tailor. And Carlo was his architect.
Now that house is ours …and yours.
We have brought it back to life. In its rooms, you can see the style of the intriguing members of the Lazzari, Lapadula, Scarpa and Oliva families who all loved the house before us and you.
Come and visit us, and we will tell you its story.”
Barbara and Marica Faccinetto
IN THE LAND OF PROSECCO DI VALDOBBIADENE
Quero is just a few kilometres from Valdobbiadene, the capital of the hills of Prosecco, recently awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status. The gentle foothills offer a variety of trails to be explored by bicycle or mountain bike.
PLASTER CAST GALLERY AND MUSEUM
Just 15 km away it is possible to visit the Antonio Canova Museum at Possagno. It is home to the great historical and artistic legacy left by one of the finest artists of Neoclassicism. The wealth of art and beauty on show at Possagno are an essential starting point for those wanting to acquaint themselves with the artist and take a closer look at his masterpieces. These works were the models used to create the marble statues commissioned and now found in the world’s greatest Museums.
EACH TO THEIR OWN ENCHANTMENT