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Albergo Al Sole is in the main square of the medieval village of Asolo. Its La Terrazza bar and restaurant is very popular and offers views of the historic centre. The building has been well renovated and everything is modern and works! The room, while small was perfect, easy to move around, equipped with everything and lots of little niceties like shampoo, tooth brush, pen and paper, slippers and parking as an added dividend! Staff wars lovely and helpful. Good books to familiarize oneself with the area too.
Immersed in the greenery at the foot of the hills, B&B Ca' Cinel Asolo is a restored 17th-century farm house set in Asolo. The property features free WiFi access and free private parking. The B&B Ca Cinel is a wonderful place to spend some relaxing days in a calm surrounding. It was super quite during the night and the owners are very kind and friendly. Definitely a place I recommend and would love to stay again.
Surrounded by a 25.000 m² garden, Country House Barone d’Asolo offers a quiet location in the Veneto countryside, 3 km from Asolo. Wi-Fi is free and the restaurant serves meat and fish specialities. Excellent place & facilities, Louisa very accommodating & was always there
B&B Zia Maria offers a quiet stay in the Veneto countryside, 10 km from Bassano del Grappa and an hour's drive from Venice. Rooms come with free Wi-Fi, a fan and private bathroom with shower. The staff were particularly friendly and helpful throughout our stay. The breakfast was good with a range of items available and good coffee.
Set in Asolo, this apartment features a terrace and a garden. Villa il Galero features views of the pool and is 37 km from Treviso. Excellent breakfast, very personal and delightful hosting, and a truly unique and memorable experience. We look forward to the opportunity to come again in the future. Most highly recommended.
Casetta Carmine is located in a peaceful area in Asolo, a 5-minute drive from the centre. It offers self-catering accommodation with classic décor. Free WiFi is provided. the house is spacious and full of light. The kitchen/dining are very welcoming and comfortable. There is a big bedroom upstairs and the bed is superb! The bathroom is really large and pretty. We really enjoyed it. There is a bar just next door and it’s very quite. There a couple of supermarkets and a big veggie shop moustache few minutes walking and ice cream shop and restaurants close by too. There are some nice walks to do from the house itself. the centre of Asolo is few minutes by car but you can also reach it by foot in about 20 mins on very pretty and shaded roads. It’s a great place! would recommend a car if you wish to see other towns around, the public transports are not the best.
On average, 3-star hotels in Asolo cost £69 per night, and 4-star hotels in Asolo are £0 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Asolo can on average be found for £153 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
Typical mountain village very small. Fabulous views, Worth a four hour visit if you like architecture and wonderous views of mountain and green. Great nature trails through the forest do not get lost
There is a lot of history attached to Asolo. Following in the steps of famous writers or visiting the city museum to learn about its origins and rulers, going for walks or visiting Freya Starks grave, browsing the tempting food stores for local fare or choosing one of the nice restaurants gives a lot of pleasure. Maybe venturing to the next attractive villages is also an option
Elegant boutique hotel in Asolo. The staff was outstanding as well as the restaurant. We ate at the hotel both nights...superb. Great retreat in a quiet town and nice location to drive up into the Dolomites.
Asolo is small but beautiful with great views, old streets and buildings full of character. A peaceful picture postcard Italian village with some lvely places to relax in the main square near the fountain or to eat. We ate just down the hil at Al Bacaro which was excellent.
After the crowds of Venice, Asolo was a breath of fresh air. Lovely medieval hill top town. Suitable stopover for touring the surrounding areas. A car is essential to travel round this area. Despite its small size , Asolo had a moderate number of restaurants and cafes to suit most tastes and budgets. We enjoyed eating at Tappa and the Alberco al Sole - both excellent meals.
The entire area around Asolo is worth the visit. Charming town. Spectacular views from all around. Very close to the best area for prosecco. We did a bike ride along the Strada del Prosecco, starting in Valdobiadene. Used BellAsolo to arrange that for us. Great service from the company and had a very patient guide on our bikes. BellAsolo also offers hiking and small private driving tours of the area. Would be a great place for a romantic stay.
The building has been well renovated and everything is modern and works! The room, while small was perfect, easy to move around, equipped with everything and lots of little niceties like shampoo, tooth brush, pen and paper, slippers and parking as an added dividend! Staff wars lovely and helpful. Good books to familiarize oneself with the area too.
Fabulous stay, amazing pool and gardens. Wonderful and friendly staff. We will be back!