Hotel restaurant Villa Cà Sette
Contemporary design in a villa from the 1700s, a hotel where history, tradition and modern elements are blended with imagination.
An original and exclusive location. The restaurant Ca' 7 offers traditional and regional fare with a modern twist.
This peaceful haven, just one kilometer from Bassano’s city center, with its harmony of antique and modern, elegance and simplicity, accompanied by a warm welcome, combine to assure a relaxing and unforgettable stay.
The Villa has two double rooms that can be opened onto the Napoleon Suite, creating a spacious four bedroom apartment. The salon has two terraces overlooking Bassano. Amenities include an 18th century church pulpit made into a bar and wide screen DVD. The rooms of the villa have frescoed ceilings, floors in “veneziana” using original techniques. The bathroom in Persian marble with double sinks and Jacuzzi complete the opulent picture.
In the Casa Colonica, there is a single bedroom and the Family Suite. The suite, with beamed ceilings, is perfectly adapted for families. The ground floor has a sofa and TV, and the upper floor has a loft double bedroom and two adjoining rooms for children. The bathroom offers a changing table and baby bath among the amenities and skylights assure a sunny atmosphere.
In the Barchessa, created from the original stables, are fourteen rooms with stone walls and exposed wood beams, offset by light colors and modern lines.
The villa takes its name from the family Golini-Sette, the previous owners of the home. This villa dating from 1700s abounds in interesting architectural details such as wood beamed ceilings, exposed brick, and painstakingly restored frescoes.
The villa hotel is comprised of 19 rooms in total (in the Villa, in the Casa Colonica and in the Barchessa). In the garden, there is an expansive olive grove and lake where guests can take leisurely walks. Ca’ Sette is located just outside the historical city center of Bassano del Grappa, and one hour by train from Venice.
The restaurant, Ca’ 7 offers a superb seasonal menu with the imaginative use of local ingredients. All food is prepared to order, only fresh items are on the menu, and in the preparation, first-pressed olive oil is preferred as opposed to heavy sauces.
Ca’ Sette can offer a tranquil environment to those selective clients who want the best. We are looking for clients that are interested in culture and gastronomy, health conscious and who are looking for off the beaten path destinations.
Place to visit
Bassano is known for the covered bridge by Andrea Palladio, its frescoed buildings and porticos, the majestic Mount Grappa with its WWI memorial, and the famous distilled "grappa".
Some of the cultural attractions include Ezzelini Castle, three museums, and the newly opened city tower. The three piazzas of Bassano host activities all year round such as Opera Estate and Veneto Jazz, a series of outdoor concerts, cinema and plays all summer long.
Asparagus Festival is on each spring, with restaurants featuring the famous white asparagus. In the summer and fall, mushroom season is in full swing, with an amazing variety to choose from.
For sports enthusiasts, there are important hang-gliding, parasailing and mountain bike competitions, as well as hiking, biking, kayaking, ballooning, canoeing and river rafting.
Asolo (17 km)
A town loved by Robert Browning and painters and artists of the 19th century, it is famous for the “rocca” high on the hill overlooking the Veneto countryside. The town has retained many of its historic buildings and porticoes offer a romantic atmosphere.
Castelfranco (15 km)
The city of Giorgione offers a medieval castle, castle walls and masterpieces of the famous artist. The original porticos showcase the magnificent shops in the town.
Cittadella (15 km)
This town is completely surrounded by the entire medieval wall and 32 towers with moat, and you can walk around the ramparts and view the town from above. The Teatro Sociale is one of the few theaters in Veneto built in tiers.
Marostica (8 km)
A walled town encompassing the upper and lower castles and the famous "Piazza degli Scacchi" where a human chess game takes place every two years. Visit the cheese store in the piazza offering hundreds of varieties.
Possagno (17 km)
The birthplace of Antonio Canova, with its majestic neoclassical temple and gypsoteca with a wing designed by the architect Carlo Scarpa. The town still maintains a communal well and oven used on special occasions.
Asiago and the Asiago Plain (35 km)
Known as the “little Cortina”, Asiago is a famous ski resort, having hosted the World Cup Competition. Surrounded in lush green forests, the area is a favorite for hikers all year round. Asiago Golf Club is one of the most picturesque in the area with its rolling hills and majestic pines. Another claim to fame is the Asiago cheese produced here.
Mount Grappa (10 km)
Bassano was named for this historic mountain, a scene of terrible battles in the past wars. The World War I Memorial on the summit is a tribute to the thousands of soldiers who gave their lives here. Today Mount Grappa is a popular tourist attraction, with its hiking and mountain bike trails, for the international parasailing and hang-gliding competitions, and for the family-run establishments producing the local Bastarda and Morlacco cheeses.
Venice (70 km)
This magical city of art needs no introduction. A wonderful day trip can be made via the frequently scheduled direct trains from the center of Bassano directly to the Grand Canal in just one hour.
Starting from 110,00 euro. Please visit our website for any further information and booking on line.