Villa 61 is the result of a magical alchemy between the bucolic countryside at the foot of the Dolomites mountains, UNESCO world heritage, and a French lady with a passion for interior design, cooking, and the art of true hospitality.
In the little Limana, famous for being the town of honey, in 2011 Eleonore and Massimo, after two years of research, found the perfect place to create their Maison de Campagne: a 19th century stone farmhouse with a wonderful 180° view on the most famous northern Italian Alps, a romantic flower garden and, all around, the peace of the most generous Veneto countryside.
Every original detail of the interior décor is the fruit of a careful research among flea markets and antique shops all over Europe. Moreover, the original farmhouse has been restored using sustainable materials and solutions to ensure a truly luxurious yet healthy experience for the Villa’s guests.
Book a room and ask for the special sweet&savory brunch (upon request) to taste the very best of the Dolomites products: organic homemade honey, yogurt, granola, jams, bread, cakes…to be enjoyed in the company of roe deers and little squirrels that run free in the garden.
This is undoubtedly the perfect place to discover the beauties hidden in this area: after the lovely home-made breakfast, just follow Eleonore’s tips and you won’t be disappointed.
Eleonore and Massimo have kept and restored many of the original furnishings that had been left in the farmhouse. The ancient entrance door, for example, is today the door of the Lumière room. After being enriched with an original wrought-iron decoration found in a flea market, it was chosen to become the logo of Villa 61, a tribute to the past and a lucky charm for the future.