Get to Venice in less then one hour, even by train...Discover the enchanting Euganean Hills, the 19,000 hectares Regional Park which includes the most important hills of the Pò Plain. A soft landscape characterized by hills of volcanic origin born 35 millions years ago. A trip into the past through fortresses, castles and abbeys. Come to CORNOLEDA (150 metres above sea level) a picturesque village near Cinto Euganeo, made of a few houses built around a little church, where you will find the Mediterranean vegetation (olives, dwarf Indian figs, Patavina rues), Roverella and chestnut woods.
Home Life Bed Colli Euganei propose a "B&B" and "Holiday House" accommodation (overnight stay and breakfast). You will spend a holiday according to your wishes in a familiar, but professional and friendly, ambience. The private area reserved to guests is equipped with 3 double bedrooms furnished with antique hand-painted furniture, bathroom and access to the panoramic yard. The whole unit can be rented for one or more weeks with equipped kitchen, 8/10 beds.
LARGE GROUPS can use a wide room on the ground floor, with a view of the yard, furnished with divan beds and linked to the other rooms by comfortable inside stairs. The rich Italian breakfast will be served in the dining room or, in the warm season, in the large panoramic terrace. It includes jams, yoghurts, fresh and biological fruit, or salami and locally made cheeses.
On request, it is possible to HAVE DINNER and use the OUTSIDE GRILL. It is possible to use the LAUNDRY and the IRONING services, the CRAFT ROOM and INTERNET as well. It is possible to have BABYSITTING service by day and/or at night or to attend Italian Language lessons with a teacher to improve your Italian skills. The prices will be shown at the reception's notice board.Information and free tourist leaflets are at your disposal from B&B to optimise the territorial visits.If you don't have a car, we offer our guests a transport service from and to Monselice railway station (Venezia Bologna line) for departures to Venice, Padua and Bologna.