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A wonderful place to stay, and very lovely hosts.
Very cosy and they make you feel right at home, I would definitely stay there again.
Just a note for travelers, this is a great location to have a car otherwise you'll have to catch a bus to the train station but the train station in fairly close with easy access to Venice and the train runs late..
Enjoy your stay !!
Très belle chambre grande et confortable. Cependant, il est difficile de communiquer avec les hôtes si on ne parle pas italien. Pour visiter Venise, il faut prendre un autobus, puis un train et au retour, se payer le vaporetto en plus pour la gare ferroviaire après avoir marché dans Pise toute la journée. A prendre en considération si on n'a pas de voiture.
Beautiful and friendly people,very clean and comfortable home.I had no communication problem as I also speak Italian.Directions to the house were a little confusing due to roadworks in the are and the GPS system did not allow for this.
English written directions from the house to the train station for Venice were very minimal--I pointed this out to the hosts who (unable to read and write Englih) were not aware of the problem.
Overall 4.5 stars and higly recomended.
We had a good stay at this place. Camilla's parents were very nice and helpful. Bare in mind that if you do not know Italian you will find it hard to communicate with them but we spoke with Camilla on the phone and her brother Matteo was there who spoke very good English and was extremely helpful.
There are a few different rooms that they have so make sure you know which one you are getting. Our room was on the top floor and we had to climb a very narrow flight of steps to get there.
Finally, I would reccomend this place to anyone visiting Venezia and has a car, as Mogliano train station is about a 7 min drive, you can park your car for free 5 min walk from the station and get to Venezia in about 15 min for about 3-4 Euros each way.
We stayed at the Villa Daniela for six days while we visited Venice and the surround ing area. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit. Our room was clean and very well appointed and our hosts were gracious and helpful throughout. We were grateful for the assistance from Mateos regarding local transportation, from Camilla for her helping us contact family members in the area, Giancarlo for taking us to the train station on our last day, and to Daniela for breakfast every morning and her wonderful smile. The location is a little tricky necessitating both bus and trains to get to Venice each day. However once it is figured out it is actually quite easy. We would certainly stay there again
This was a very poor choice for us and for anyone who does not have a car. The place is difficult to access Venice and you are limited to a last (email hidden) so you are stuck either paying alot for a taxi or having to head back very early. There is a language barrier so that is a challenge also and we were not accommodated with rides to help out. Breakfast is very minimal. The room w Overall, g
What a wonderful time we had, thanks to Camilla and her parents, Daniella and Gian-Marco! Such a lovely, friendly and accommodating couple! We got a little lost and Camilla came right to where we were and guided us to her parent's beautiful home! Everything was immaculate and so tastefully decorated and Daniella immediately offered us excellent coffee! Before too long, we were showing each other family photos and felt right at home. We were so impressed with the room with balcony and private bath and free WiFi came in handy staying in touch with family and friends back in the USA. We were also very appreciative of the room having air conditioning after hot days in Venice! Highly recommend!
This bed and breakfast is incredibly beautiful, charming, and inviting. We felt right at home and loved every minute we spent there. As others have noted, getting into Venice and back to the B&B is not as easy as maybe the description leads you to believe. When we came, the buses were inexplicably not running properly. In this case, the family drove us to the Mogliano train station twice. We were very grateful for that! Once you make it to the train station, it is simple to get to Venice. The family even provided us with a train timetable. Then to take the bus back, it gets more complicated because they stop running by like 8 PM. We had to take a taxi twice (€15 each time!) Once we took the bus back and as we went to buy tickets on the bus, it cost us €3.50 per ticket. The next day we bought them at a corner store and they were only €1.60 per ticket, so never buy bus tickets on the bus!
The hospitality at the B&B made up for a lot of the transportation troubles. They even let us use their washing machine to do our laundry!
We absolutely loved our hosts and the room. It was so cozy, clean, and cute! The bathroom is beautiful, and of course everything is spotless. Only issue was trying to figure out the bus to Venice... get a bike or a car to get you to the train station, it would have been much easier for us.
The room was wonderful, just as advertised, and the hosts were wonderful people (We didn't get to meet Camilla, she was working, but her parents were very kind). Unfortunately, the language barrier made it very difficult to communicate. The B&B is also quite far from Venice. You must take a bus and a train to get to the city. As we couldn't converse with the hosts, it was very hard to figure out the bus system. It took us about an 1 1/2 hours each way to get to Venice.