LIKE AT HOME, BUT ELSEWHERE
The Suite takes its name from the majestic hornbeam you can see from the room window. In the blue sky tones, this spacious room features a large double/twin bed. It has a writing desk, a flat screen television with satellite channels, air conditioning and comfortable armchairs overlooking the garden and pool. The private bathroom has a large shower, hairdryer, and complimentary toiletries.
Connected with the room there’s a sitting room, with a table and cozy armchairs and a sofa that can be converted into a queen-sized bed.
Painted with earthy colors, this luminous room features a large double/twin bed. It has a writing desk, a flat screen television with satellite channels, air conditioning and a big comfortable armchair, where to relax contemplating the natural landscape.
The private bathroom has a large shower, hairdryer, and complimentary toiletries.
Colored with the old-rose charming tones, this idyllic room offers a large double/twin bed. It comes with a writing desk, a flat screen television with satellite channels, air conditioning and a cozy armchair, the perfect spot to read your favorite book or to work on your laptop.
The private bathroom features a spacious shower, hairdryer, and complimentary toiletries.
Surrounded by a wide garden, SoloQui is a three-rooms bed&breakfast where to feel at home and a customizable space open to infinite possibilities: a business meeting, a presentation, a reading, a course, an exhibition, a workshop, a private sale.
Whether you need to unplug from a busy routine, feed your sake for art and culture, spend some peaceful days with your family or write your book.
We are looking forward to seeing you.
5 Best Things to Do in Venice
5 Best Things to Do in Treviso
- Taste the mozzarella in carrozza at Osteria dalla Gigia.
- Tiramisù was born in Treviso, at RistoranteLe Beccherie you can taste the original one.
- Stroll through the Buranelli "là dove Sile e Cagnan s'accompagna" (Dante Alighieri).
- Look for the first painting in the world depicting a man wearing glasses in the Church of San Niccolò.
- Shopping at the Fermi family's Bottega del Baccalà.
Bressan winery - tour with tasting
A visit to the Strada del Prosecco
The firm is completely managed by the family members. Daniele Bressan is a qualified oenologist.
Arrival is at Farra di Soligo, in the heart of Valdobbiadene, where the cellar is located. The story of the production site of the Prosecco Superiore of Valdobbiadene is told with a small hike through the vineyard (right next to the winery) and view the “eroica” wine-growing area. When returning to the cellar there will be an explanation on the various methods of winemaking and the manufacturing of the most famous sparkling wine in the world. You’ll be able to taste four of our wines: three sparkling wines and a red wine, followed by a selection of local hams, salami and cheese served by domestic restaurateurs. At the end of the experience it’s possible to buy the wines directly from the sellers (home delivery is available).
Total duration: circa 1½ hour
Fee per person: €30
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Farmers city market
Every Saturday morning in the main square there is a colourful city market with fruit, cheese and local products. The square of Zero Branco can be easily reached on foot or by bike.
Would you like a bike for walks on the country roads near SoloQui? Ask us about it!
Ciclovia Treviso Ostiglia
The Treviso-Ostiglia route was a state-owned Italian railway line connecting Ostiglia to Treviso. It was built by the Italian army for strategic purposes to defend the north-eastern borders. The idea was soon abandoned, however, as the Padova-Bologna line was considered sufficient. Later some parliamentarians, led by Leone Wollemborg, took steps to reopen the project and build the railway line. It was considered an important operation for commercial purposes; the beneficiaries were the large and rich agricultural towns in the centre of Veneto. The First World War interrupted the work in progress and was resumed only in 1920. Ten years later, a few months before the beginning of the Second World War, the new railway line was inaugurated and few trains attended it. Fundamental nodes, besides the two terminal stations of the route, were Camposampiero, Legnago, Grisignano di Zocco. To remember that the route was used for the deportation of Jews to concentration camps in Nazi Germany. Representing a strategic artifact, it was bombed several times by the Allied Air Force.
Today the former railway line, thanks to a project of the Province of Padua and Treviso, has been transformed into a very popular cycle-pedestrian path.
The old railway stations and toll booths are still visible, even if they were badly damaged, but they are still fully recognizable and on some occasions they have been recovered and restructured to accommodate commercial activities.
Tennis Club Villa Guidini
There are 5 clay courts where you can play tennis. The club is located in the park of Villa Guidini.
The construction was started in 1699 by the Dente, a Venetian family employed in the grain trade; on August 26, 1712 the oratory was consecrated. In 1915 a small furnace was built in front of it, later demolished. In 1950 the western barchessa was enlarged to house a spice workshop. In the mid-twentieth century it was purchased by the Swiss engineer Giovan Battista Guidini who, on his death, bequeathed it to the Associazione Combattenti e Reduci di Venezia. It was then sold to the Municipality of Zero Branco and today houses a socio-cultural centre.
There are many towns and villages that host a second-hand market once a month. If you take a walk on a Sunday morning, you may find the squares full of stalls with curious and irresistible objects.
These are our favourites, but there are many others:
- Piazzola sul Brenta (last Sunday of the month);
- Godega Sant'Urbano (thrid Sunday of the month/except July and August);
- Badoere (first Sunday of the month/except August);
- Treviso (third or fourth Sunday of the month);
- Portobuffolè (second Sunday of the month/except August);
- Serravalle (first Sunday of the month).
5 Best Things to Do in Padua
- Visit the world's oldest Botaical Garden;
- Visit the flower and plant market on Saturday morning in Prato della Valle;
- Seek out the murals in Arcella;
- Choose from the varieties of rice, pulses and cereals at the Piazza delle Erbe market;
- Walk under the arcades of Palazzo della Ragione and discover some unusual food specialities.