Villa Cordevigo is an ancient patrician residence, dating back to the 18th century, framed by a highly prestigious environmental context. Today it houses a charming charming relais where elegance, relaxation, wellness and food and wine come together to offer unforgettable stays.
Villa Cordevigo History
The original core dates back to the Renaissance, then between the 17th and 18th centuries it was transformed according to the style of the time.
On the sides of the main body, two lower buildings form a square plan that encloses a large courtyard where there is an artistic fountain and a small Italian garden. The complex also includes a splendid Renaissance noble chapel dedicated to San Martino, a vast park with old trees, an immense vineyard.
The Cordevigo complex has been the center of the fiefdom of the Counts Lombardo for centuries, and then it has passed to the Counts Dolci, Saladini and De Moreschi. Today the Cristoforetti and Delibori families have transformed Villa Cordevigo into a harmonious charming wine relais that combines wellness, health and beauty and food and wine. Oseleta, the starred restaurant and the Cellar, temple of wine tasting, promise rare sensory itineraries
The outdoor swimming pool and the modern Spa, unforgettable moments of relaxation.
The 33 rooms and suites of the Villa Cordevigo are located in the main body and in the lateral wings called barchesse. Each room is different from the other and offers spacious, sober and elegant rooms, furnished with precious fabrics and fine finishes.
In the barchessa of the villa, the Oseleta restaurant offers a sensorial journey into the culinary art of the starred chef Giuseppe D'Aquino. Wine connoisseurs as well as simple enthusiasts will appreciate the well-stocked cellar of the Oseleta restaurant, which boasts the distinction of being one of the richest in the area with over 600 labels, with a selection of the best Venetian, Italian and foreign wines.