Villa del Quar


“Arise, fair sun, and kill the envious moon, who is already sick and pale with grief that thou, her maid, art far more fair than she...” - the words that Shakespeare lets Romeo speak beneath Juliet's balcony in the beautiful Verona.


Today, the world's most famous balcony, the site where Romeo declared his love to Julia, has become a modern pilgrim destination for literature lovers and the romantic at heart.


The same style and romantic flair underpins the Villa del Quar's graceful buildings read more » and setting near Verona in the the charming village Pedemonte. Incidentally, the Villa del Quar is a time-honoured member of the elite association Relais & Chateaux.


Only the world's finest hotels and restaurants are granted access into the this elite circle. But quite certainly, the elegant country manor, originally built as a patrician villa, framed by lush vineyards and blossoming meadows, more than qualifies.


The Villa del Quar is a luxurious hideaway to escape from the bustle of modern day life. Slow down to the meditative pace of country life. Despite the rustic setting, the Villa's restaurant Arquade is dedicated to world-class gourmet cuisine.


The magician behind the pots is Bruno Barbiere, who will take your palate on a Mediterranean joyride. Of course, his delightful creations are best accompanied with a wine from the Villa del Quar's own production.


The Villa del Quar is a wine connoisseur's heaven: Two wine lists, one sorted by region, the other by vintage, do not make the choice any easier. Immerse yourself in the quiet charms and the hotel's fine comforts. You may look forward to memorable holidays in Veneto!


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Supremely cosy, luxurious and highly comfortable – a short description that summarises the Villa del Quar's eighteen rooms and ten suites. Moreover, the charming accommodation units, like the hotel itself, read more » are all an oasis of perfect peace and quiet.


The Villa del Quar is ideal to unplug. Breathe freely and regain your balance. Age-old, dark beams create a warm and rustic ambience. The ceilings are high, the interior is spacious and airy.


Precious antique furniture and select textiles are a homage to the stately days of the past. Indeed, the stately flair has been preserved perfectly. Settle in and loose yourself in patrician fantasies. However, despite the rustic flair, the modern day creature comforts are all in place.


On a hot day, the efficient air-conditioning system sends a cool breeze through your room or suite. The mini bar provides a refreshing drink whenever desired and the elegant bathrooms make getting up in the morning a pleasure.


Both satellite TV and internet connect you to the outside world at a button's touch. The Standard Rooms are approximately twenty square metres large, the Superior units offer you twenty five square metres to spread out.


However, you may also boost the level of luxury and choose one of the generously laid-out Junior Suites (30 – 35 square metres). The top of the range, most certainly, are the suites: Each of the state-of-the-art units is between 35 and 70 square metres large.


A maximum of privacy and intimacy are guaranteed. The small number of guests lodged at the Villa del Quar at any one time ensures a highly personal any quiet flair – a fact that is much appreciated by the Villa's discerning clientele.


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The Villa del Quar is the perfect destination for all those in search of refined accommodation and supreme relaxation – all set in an ambience steeped in culture and history.


The Villa's sophisticated read more » serenity encourages you to unplug and recharge the batteries. Stroll the beautifully designed gardens at your leisure or daydream by the fourteen metre pool, with an occasional refreshing splash to cool down.


Alternatively, bury your nose in a good book or just enjoy the hot sun on you tummy as you lay basking in the sun. There are a number of sites and hidden nooks and crannies on the property to enable you this simple pleasure whenever desired.


And then, of course, you may also become active and do some sports: Those that appreciate the gentleman's sport golf may improve their handicap in the area. Explore the region on horseback or try to hook some dinner out fishing.


Those, whose favourite element is water, will look forward to sailing or rafting. Then again, maybe you prefer the speedy action and flying spray involved with water skiing. Or improve your serve on the tennis court and wind down in the sauna afterwards.


But then, of course, at some stage you need to visit the cities Verona, Padua and Vicenza. The ancient city Verona, with its historic architecture and countless museums, certainly has a magic flair that makes it so highly popular with visitors from all over the world.


A glowing recommendation certainly goes to the opera in the old amphitheatre dating back to Roman days – the Arena di Verona. Padua also boasts fascinating, age-old architecture. However, Padua's great claim to faim is the Orto Botanico, the world's first botanic garden. And having ticked off these two fascinating cities... there is still a lot to be discovered in Vicenza!


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