This private, boutique style 16th Century villa in the Venetian lagoon seems to have come straight out of a fairy tale by Lewis Carroll. It is located on the enchanting island of Murano, 30 minutes by waterbus from St. Mark's square, the train station and the airport. Murano is perhaps the most beautiful island of the Venetian Lagoon. The island of glass masters, the only ones who could marry a nobleman's daughter. The place where the art of glass has been cultivated for centuries, amazing the world.
The 16th century garden of the villa is equipped with specially designed facilities and a professional kitchen. It is the perfect setting for your wedding reception in Venice. There is nothing missing: the private landing stage for boats, the rose-colored walls of the villa, the enchanting 400 sqmt. garden, the terrace with ivy and roses, and the simple elegance of the rooms. The perfect haven for an intimate wedding in Venice in total privacy. Elegance and attention to detail create the atmosphere of a private home.
The Villa has a terrace overlooking the canal for an open-air reception enjoying amazing views! There is a small canal with private access directly from the lagoon, and a beautiful large flowering garden where a wedding reception can be held – or ceremony.
- 4* elegant B&B with 4 bedrooms, intimate and exclusive – sleeps 9 guests
- The huge romantic garden for summer weddings and events
- The breath-taking terrace overlooking the canal
- Private peer for boat access
- Maximum capacity, about 95 guests
With its unique, spacious and flower full garden on the main canal of Murano, this elegant villa allows you to celebrate your memorable Venice wedding overlooking the lagoon, far away from the busy city. You can dine on the exclusive terrace, overlooking the gardens and the canal to unique Venetian cuisine.
Civil in the Palazzo da Mula in the Island of Murano. Catholic in The Church of San Pietro Martire or in the Dome of Santi Maria e Donato in the island of Murano.
The Garden of the Villa is available for symbolic or non-denominational ceremonies, with view on the lagoon.