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Amazing Glamping tents near Venice
Set in enthralling countryside, with native trees and stupendous flower displays, you will feel immersed in nature without giving up modern comforts. The Lodges, created on a raised wooden floor, are a natural refuge after a day packed with adventure in Venice or the nearby cities of Padua and Treviso. They are an ideal base for a cultural, social, gastronomic or sporting stay allowing you to rediscover the secret harmony that only contact with nature can generate!
“For those looking for a nature holiday without giving up the comfort and refined luxury, close enough to reach Venice in less than 30 minutes, without using the car”
Furnished in a luxurious, refined yet unconventional style using ornaments and furniture collected by owners Federico and Emanuela during their travels in far-away lands, each Lodge can sleep between 2 and 5/6 guests.
Lodges are large (40 and 60 m2) with beds that can be arranged according to requirements, a lounge area and spacious bathroom, separated by a heavy curtain. With a beautiful 360 degree view over wheat fields, it is equipped with a shower and porcelain fittings (including hot water...just like at home!). The Lodges are equipped with quality bed linen, soft cotton towels, refined porcelain accessories, Murano glasses and an electric Hotpoint for preparing tea or coffee in the privacy of your own lodge. You will also find a Mini Fridge, wifi, fans for the summer and heaters for the winter.
The French Doors in the Lodges open onto a wide terrace, furnished with sunshade, chaise longue for sunbathing, original coffee tables and lanterns to admire the romantic sunsets.
Four-poster beds with white tulle mosquito nets, colonial style fans creating a gentle breeze, a sofa bed made from pallets that accompanied the first lodge in its long journey from one Continent to another to get to Italy, antique sofas and armchairs that once graced the houses of our grandparents, now transformed into original and unique seats, wide, antique wooden wardrobes with beautiful mirrors, original aluminium bathtubs from England - transformed with modern shower fittings, antique cast-iron heaters…
Inside the Lodges you will find soap necklaces from perfumed Provence, candelabras and candles for romantic moonlit moments, crystal champagne flutes and DOC Prosecco wine to toast the magic moment
A magic combination of new objects and reminders of times past. A fusion of materials such as iron, wood and stone create a sense of harmony. So many tiny details that show the care and consideration to make guests feel home from home.
By Train: The nearest station is Mirano on the Venice/Padua line.
When you exit the train, walk to the end of the road, cross the intersection onto the left bank of the River Taglio (near the church). After 400 meters you’ll see ‘Via Canonici” on the left. The Glamping is a further 50 meters along on the left.
Airport Marco Polo / Venice is a 20 minute drive from the Glamping and taxis cost around €40 each way.
Airport Canova / Treviso is about 35 minutes by taxi from the Glamping and costs around €50 each way.
Car directions and Public transport
Details are available on request.
The Lodge Resort Canonici Di San Marco is located in Mirano, only 13 km from Venice, immersed in the peaceful countryside that extends between the Laguna and the River Brenta where the Doges and ancient, noble Venetian families had their summer residences. Rich in works of art and inextricably linked to Venice, Mirano is an ancient city situated in the heart of the "terra del tiepolo" (www.terradeitiepolo.it), an extraordinary example of the most important and best preserved road system in the whole of the Roman Empire, the Roman grid, plotted more than 2000 years ago.
In the 17th century Mirano began to be populated by aristocratic villas with spectacular parks, which still grace the countryside today and are sought out by the more refined, discrete tourists.