The B&B is inside the 15th century Villa Cà Erizzo, one of the most picturesque buildings in the ancient Bassano del Grappa.
Situated just north of the famous Palladian wooden bridge, on the east bank of the River Brenta, Ca’ Erizzo is an elegant villa built in the 15th century, with later restorations and embellishments.
In 1918 the villa was the seat of Section 1 of the American Red Cross. Among the many voluntary ambulance drivers there was also Ernest Hemingway, who in these places found inspiration for two of his most famous novels, A Farewell to Arms and Across the River and Into the Trees
The charming B&B Hemingway is located on the riverside dedicated to the famous writer, just a few steps from the Museum of Hemingway and of the Great War.
From the rooms windows and from the inner garden you can see the river flow through one of the most evocative and picturesque areas in Borgo Margnan.
Info and booking
Tel. 0039 0424 525734
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