Farm house "Villa Toderini" is the final result of the dream of turning an ancient colonic house into a typical country hotel in the wonderful landscape of Codogné, an oasis of tranquillity in a strategic position, just a few kilometres away from the most visited tourist areas of the Veneto region: in the North, the Dolomiti and Cortina d'Ampezzo, Cadore and Altopiano del Consiglio; in the South, Venezia and the Laguna. Other well-known centres of cultural interest, such as Treviso, Asolo, Oderzo, Portobuffolé, Conegliano, Sacile and Vittorio Veneto are at just a stone's throw.
The large and characteristic building dating back to the XVIII century witnesses the splendour of the noble Toderini de Gajardis family, which used to supply Venetian lords with precious tissues and laces.
The main building, sided by two "Barchesse" (typical buildings of the XVIII century regional architecture) and a peculiar little church, mirrors its majesty in a large pool surrounded by a green field delimited by two alleys with secular horse-chestnut trees.
The ancient manor, which is located in an area of the Marca Trevigiana particularly rich in vineyards and wild game, has had many illustrious guests such as the poet Ugo Foscolo to share the pleasures of country life. The wish to keep this long-tradition hospitality alive has pulled the owners of the Villa to open their doors to modern travellers longing for ancient atmospheres.
The unique furnishing and décor reflect high class and guarantee a pleasant and unforgettable stay.
The country house, perfectly integrated with the outdoor space thanks to the luminous and wide windows of the breakfast room, offers ten comfortable rooms and a small apartment. Each room was conceived to offer the maximum comfort to its guests: telephone, satellite TV, broadband Internet, mini-bar, electric boiler, air-conditioning, large bathrooms equipped with hair-dryer, courtesy kit, comfy showers or hydro-massage tubs.
Villa Toderini is a charming manor for those who love beauty and a spot of Italy which, by chance, has not yet been touched by mass-tourism.