Villa Costasanti is situated on the hills opposite Lake Garda, and offers beautiful panoramic views of the lake and surrounding countryside.
The villa is located inside a vast 25,000 sq. meter estate, 5,000 sq. meters of which are for the use of guests. The rest of the estate is occupied by vineyards and olive-groves producing extra virgin olive oil and wine.
The furnishings in the villa are of excellent quality and consist of both antique pieces and modern design furniture. The villa has central heating and air conditioning, satellite TV in every bedroom as well as in the main living room, mini bars in every bedroom, Wi-fi internet, an alarm system, elevator/lift, washing machine, dishwasher and refrigerator with ice-maker.
The terrace, which is covered by a large sun umbrella, is supplied with tables and chairs for eating “al fresco” and offers beautiful views of the lake.
A large tree-lined area on the left-hand side of the villa contains a barbecue and cool areas where guests can relax. The 5.5 x 10 meter swimming pool is heated with solar panels (that only work on sunny days) and has sun-beds and deckchairs. There is a covered area at the side of the pool with a refrigerator and washbasin, bathroom and open-air shower.
There is space for 4 cars in the internal parking area.
Villa Costasanti is around 1 Km from the elegant town of Lazise, south of Bardolino and north of Peschiera del Garda. Lazise has a beautiful old town center and there are numerous bars and restaurants in the large “piazza” that directly overlooks the port, as well as along the lakeside road. The little alleys running through the center of town have many food stores selling local specialties, wine shops, jeweler's and art galleries.
GROUND FLOOR: patio with access to the elevator/lift and the large living room with satellite TV; second living room with fireplace and large windows facing onto the external terrace with lake view; dining room with table seating 14; 1 downstairs bathroom with WC and washbasin; fully equipped kitchen with oven, microwave, dishwasher and refrigerator with ice-maker. The external terrace has a dining table seating 14 and a beautiful panoramic view of the lake.
FIRST FLOOR: (reached by elevator/lift or convenient staircase) 1 double bedroom with small sitting room and bathroom with bathtub and independent shower; 1 double bedroom with sitting room, sofa bed that sleeps 2 and bathroom with bathtub/shower; 1 double bedroom communicating with a sitting room with double sofa bed and bathroom with bathtub/shower; 1 large double bedroom with sofa bed that sleeps 2 and en suite bathroom with shower. The sofa beds have comfortable, high quality mattresses.
Extra costs and further information
Total final cleaning cost € 350
One set of bed and bath linen per week included in the price
Cot for babies under 2 years with bars available: free of charge
Domestic pets: not allowed
Swimming-pool opening times (if available) Apr 13, 2013 - Oct 12, 2013
Refundable damage deposit to be paid in Euros on arrival € 500
Central heating according to consumption
Electricity included in the price
Air-conditioning according to consumption
Other services included in the price:
Bathroom linen changed twice weekly. Midweek cleaning on Wednesdays. For stays of over 1 week the villa is also cleaned on Saturdays.
|Size||Sleeps up to 14, 4 bedrooms|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 4 Family bathrooms|
The largest of the Italian Lakes lies between Venice and Milan in the shadow of the spectacular Dolomite Mountains. With its own mild climate, Lake Garda is surrounded by lush Mediterranean vegetation, vines, citrus and olive groves, which form a natural setting for the colourful towns and villages dotted along its shoreline.
Famed for its especially clear waters, Lake Garda is the focus for any number of attractive resorts, including Malcesine on the north-eastern shore, with its 13th Century castle, winding streets and floral squares. Moving south, the Riviera degli Olivi plays host to bays, beaches, villages and castles. To the west, you'll find Limone, named after the fragrant lemon groves which adorn the surrounding hills. Its bustling cobbled streets and lively restaurant scene make it well worth a visit.
As you explore the lake using any of the frequent hydrofoils, catamarans and ferries, you can take in so much more...the hardest thing will be choosing where to visit next.