Unique stays in Trentino’s historic houses
Discover places where to stay this spring that are the stuff of dreams
Cultural travel is increasingly becoming a popular way for holiday makers to experience something out of the ordinary and truly seek a change of scenery, like traveling back in time, exploring quaint old towns, rambling through vineyards and apple orchards in full bloom, from sky- soaring mountains to peaceful lakes.
This spring, add another dimension to your holiday, stay in a special place packed with charm and historic splendour. Browse our collection of historic accommodations that are the stuff of dreams.
Trento, Villa Sizzo
Relais Villa Sizzo, situated in Ravina in the green hills of Trento, is a lovely 17th-century villa, whose ancient architectural style blends harmoniously with its elegant furnishings. After visiting the city of Trento, you can relax in the living room and enjoy the beautiful view of the villa’s garden. And in the morning, you can enjoy wonderful breakfasts with tasty German bread and homemade jams.
Sarche, Maso Limarò
Set in a picturesque natural environment, the ancient Maso Limarò is an ideal holiday spot for those who love spending time outdoors, like hiking along the Limarò canyon, climbing and mountain biking. The restaurant will amaze you with its “bread-based cuisine”, as it offers an incredible variety of naturally leavened breads and focacce (flat breads), made with stone-ground flours, combined with ingredients from its own vegetable garden, obviously strictly ‘in season’.
Val di Non, Agritur Ciastel
The quaint stone and wood Agritur Ciastel, located in a farmland environment, boasts bedrooms featuring a rustic charm and character in a wing of Castel Casez, an ancient country residence with alpine charm surrounded by an orchard. Don’t miss their tasty cuisine made with local farm produce from the nearby areas!
Garda, Restel de Fer
A renovated country cottage and a cosy garden with a quiet, homely atmosphere. In Riva del Garda, the house with the iron gate (this is what “restel de fer” means) offers comfortable rooms of days gone by and the superb hospitality of the Meneghelli family, which this picturesque historic building has handed down over the generations since 1400.
Campiglio, Casa Moresc
Not far from Madonna di Campiglio, the Terme Val Rendena (spas) and the Brenta Dolomites, Casa Moresc is an old mountain house built of wood and stone that has been painstakingly and lovingly restored. Today, Casa Moresc boasts 15 spacious rooms and the renowned Sapore restaurant, which offers excellent traditional dishes and gourmet pizzas.