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Reviewed May 19, 2017 via mobile

Hotel: We arrived without a reservation and Francesca at the front desk was very helpful and honored the price we showed her on Trip Advisor. I'd recommend paying online prior as the prices seem a little less. We opted for one of the rooms above the spa. It had vaulted ceilings, simple yet classy decor, very comfortable bed, a cute little balcony facing the mountains and a clean bathroom with shower essentials. The spa makes the building smell lovely and the grounds are beautiful. The pool looks amazing, but it was too cold to swim in. The breakfast was included and well worth the price of the room with fresh juice, eggs, cheeses, yogurt, pastries, coffee, etc.

Restaurant: We had dinner at their restaurant (you must make a reservation), the male waiter was impatient with our lack of Italian and handed us off immediately to the female waiter who was cordial. The ambience was warm with a wood stove and Italian countryside feel. Amazing homemade bread, mind blowing polenta with fondue cheese, but while the main dish of crusted sea bass was cooked beautifully, it was not a standout. Their unique jar of perfectly prepared tiramisu was a delicious ending.

Date of stay: May 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Huminbird
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Reviewed January 1, 2017 via mobile

My wife and I spent 3 wonderful days at the Cadelach with several other couples from all around Europe. We stayed at room 111, that has a gas fireplace and a modern design. The room was very clean and with a nice view of the country side. Breakfast was abundant and with a good choice. The restaurant is superb with a great wine list. The hotel/restaurant is family owned and managed. The personnel is simply fantastic: they accommodated all our request (we had a lot of children with us).
The price was very good as well. Definitely I'm very happy of my experience.
One consideration, book a ground floor room if you do not like stairs.

Date of stay: January 2017
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank Stefano C
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Reviewed August 5, 2016 via mobile

Really good for a holiday, a meal or a day at the pool in a hot summer day.
Good service, wine and menu selection.
Lots of activities near by including Venice and the Dolomites within 1h drive.
Family, Children as well as SPA treatments
I have returned to the place almost every year for more than 20 years the place have evolved and got bigger without losing its flair.
Not a budget place but worth the money you pay.

Date of stay: August 2016
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank Mario C
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Reviewed July 24, 2016

Stayed here for 4 nights, 2 adults and 2 16 yr old boys. A warm welcome when we arrived to our rooms, which were just as we had expected. Plenty of room outside to laze by the pool, in the sun or in the shade. with plenty of loungers - much more than needed, although I spotted some bagging a few spots before breakfast.
Some staff spoke English, but we were definitely off the "British" beaten track.
Restaurant was very good, quality of food and service matching the prices!
This is a good place to relax and unwind, or to see the sights. If you are feeling adventurous, drive to Monte Grappa or even up the Passo Baldo. The caves at Grotte del Caglieron are worth a trip (and they are free) as is the town of Belluno

Date of stay: July 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank paulvD2585ER
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Reviewed April 24, 2016

We used this hotel as a base to explore the area north of Treviso. It is a lovely quiet, low-key Italian country hotel. The rooms are unfussy, spotlessly clean and the air-con is silent and cool. Service in the light and airy breakfast room was fine and there is a nice little bar attached to the restaurant area. Another good point is the proximity to Vittoria Venetto which is quite an historic and attractive town in it's own right which has plenty of bars and restaurants too. The fantastic Dolomites are around 90 minutes drive away, and if you like your country roads in the 'white-knuckle' mode, try the route back from Belluno to Revine Largo via the San Baldo pass- spectacular views down a tarmac piste through tunnels cut into the rock-face, interesting!

Room tip: Some slight road noise in cheaper rooms but all seemed good
Date of stay: April 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Crodenator
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