Although the Veneto is the smallest of Italy’s main vine-growing areas, it produces more wine than any of the other regions. From the shores of Lake Garda, and travelling east through Verona, Vicenza and Padua, is the home of the quintessential Italian reds, Valpolicella and Bardolino, and the dry whites, Pinot Grigio and Soave. Move further north and east, between Conegliano and the coast, and you’re in Prosecco country. Choose to stay in one or two of these wine hotels in the Veneto, and you will sample a fine range of Italian wines.
If you're feeling a little strapped for cash, there are plenty of wine hotels in the Veneto which won't break the bank. With prices starting from as little as €79 per night, there really is something for everyone.
The perfect solution to your holiday dilemmas: book a wine hotel in the Veneto that is also close to Lake Garda, ensuring that you get the best of all worlds!
If prosecco is your tipple of choice then either of these Veneto wine hotels will fit the bill. Both are ideally situated for tasting the best of the bubby.
With plenty of flights to Verona and Venice, this is a very accessible region. Our range of wine hotels in the Veneto allows you to stay in the city, in the countryside or by the lakeside. The hardest part is choosing. Nothing here? Expand your search to all our recommended properties in the Veneto and Venice. Alternatively check out our ulimate guide to wine hotels throughout Italy.
Peaceful country house hotel. Traditional rooms have stone floors, balconies and cream furnishings. Outdoor terrace and gardens. Excellent regional cuisine from locally sourced produce. Intimate, romantic and quiet.
Charming farm hotel outside Venice centre. Cosy rooms have wooden floors, traditional fabrics and countryside views. Gardens and sit out terrace, stables and farm. Fantastic traditional Italian menu. Family friendly, quiet and authentic.
Fantastic boutique hotel for the design conscious. Baroque furniture, fountains, landscaped gardens, contemporary art, Scandinavian furniture and Venetian chandeliers. Like something from Gatsby. There's also an excellent restaurant and spa.
Contemporary luxuries, rustic Italian design and eco-development meet in this Manor House located in a vineyard in the northern Italian hills. Each room has an individual style influenced by the local region. Drink in the hotel's own wine and stunning views of the valley on your private patio.
Welcoming country comfort for gourmets and oenophiles. Two restaurants with Michelin stars and extensive wine lists. Beautiful and elegantly decorated rooms, and a family annexe, painted in creams and pastel colours. A wonderful spot for exploring.
Follina Treviso, Veneto
A fabulous little hotel near Treviso with stunning boutique interiors. Rooms and suites are sumptuously decorated with paintings on the walls, lots of rich fabrics, natural light, and private balconies. Set in prosecco vineyards and with a gourmet bistro and restaurant, it's an indulgent spot.
16th-century palazzo, overlooking Santa Maria della Salute Basilica in central Venice. The decor harks back to a bygone era of decadence and style. Think rich fabrics, bold wallpaper and quirky antiques. Choose one of the themed rooms for the best experience, and fine lagoon views.
Popular belle epoque villa with lovely grounds overlooking the lake. Five Italian Villas with simple traditional rooms. Highlights include outdoor pool, fitness centre and small relaxation spa. Good value for a stunning spot.
Cavaion Veronese,, Lake Garda
An 18th century palatial villa just 10km from Lake Garda, with formal Italian gardens and parkland. Rooms are decorated in a Venetian style with period furniture, high ceilings and original stone fire places. The restaurant favours traditional dishes with local produce. A stunning Italian estate.