Locanda al Moretto recommends visiting the local beauties on our doorstep.​

Walled City

Locanda al Moretto overlooks the main square of Castelfranco Veneto, in the shadow of the walls of the age-old town known as the “Citta Murata”, or walled city. Like the many walled towns dotted around the Veneto region, Castelfranco stands out for its ancient and unique elegance.

Also known as the City of Giorgione, Castelfranco is worth exploring for the many interesting excellences that have marked its history from as far back as 1195 A.D. The city was the centre of the area’s medieval life, and during the Renaissance period it was a hotbed of artistic and cultural ideas and experiences, a notable example of which is given by the Madonna and Child Between St. Francis and St. Nicasius, also known as Castelfranco Madonna, by Giorgione. Last but not least, it’s worth remembering that the city lies at the heart of the area of the magnificent Palladian villas, built during Venice’s rule over Veneto – an unparalleled addition to the City of Giorgione.


If you’re travelling by bike, our facility is the perfect choice for you. With its strategic position in the heart of the region, a stay at Albergo al Moretto will grant you easy access to all the best cycling routes.
We can offer you a safe place to leave your bike overnight, a bike corner with tools for repairing and washing your two-wheelers, and a fantastic breakfast designed to replenish your energy levels.

Ever attentive to your needs, our staff will be happy to advise you on how to make the most of your stay in a land rich with charm, history and flavours.​

Explore the surroundings

Barbaro Villa

Villa Barbaro, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the greatest masterpieces by Andrea Palladio, still nestled today in its original and ever flourishing agricultural estate.

Emo Villa

Villa Emo is a prime example of Andrea Palladio’s concept of farm-cum-villa reflecting a new style inspired by ancient architecture.

Corner Chiminelli Villa

The complex dates back to the late 1500s and was built on the site of a “domus” originally owned by a Venetian nobleman.

Cornaro Villa

The villa, built in Piombino Dese for a powerful Venetian patrician, Giorgio Cornaro, marks a sharp leap in the prestige and expenditure capacity of Palladio’s clients, who until then had essentially come from Vicenza.

Ca’Marcello Villa

Nestled in the countryside between Venice, Padua and Treviso, Ca' Marcello is one of the most splendid Palladian villas, still lived in and kept up by the noble Venetian family of the Marcellos.

Ca’Amata Villa

The complex develops around a large courtyard delimited by the palazzo’s linear volume. Villa Cà amata is one of the most prestigious examples of 18th century Venetian architecture.

Corner Villa

Dating back to the 16th century, this villa has been completely restored to offer guests a unique welcome and a magical atmosphere. With its age-old park and swimming pool, Villa Cornèr della Regina is sure to fill you with unique sensations and emotions.

Bolasco Park

Take a stroll in the Park and admire areas of undergrowth, ponds, trees, bridges, artificial hills and the architectural beauties of yesteryear.​

Casa Giorgione Museum

The Casa Giorgione Museum sets out to be a passionate and respectful dedication to the Master of Castelfranco by his native city. It is a door onto Giorgione’s world and onto an era of great cultural excitement.


Set among rolling hills and luxuriant vineyards, Valdobbiadene welcomes tourists with a harmony of unforgettable colours, flavours and scents.

Antonio Canova Gipsoteca

This museum offers a comprehensive overview of the life and art of Antonio Canova. Some of the most important examples of his art are preserved here at the behest of his brother Giovanni Battista Sartori.


The complex dates back to the late 1500s and was built on the site of a “domus” originally owned by a Venetian nobleman.

Asolo Civic Museum

The Museum is situated in Palazzo della Ragione, built in the 15th century. It houses archaeological collections, a Picture Gallery, a section dedicated to Queen Catherine Cornaro, the Cathedral Treasury and a section on Eleonora Duse.

Bassano del Grappa

Bassano del Grappa is situated in the far north of the Venetian plain, at the foot of the Vicentine Alps, where the Brenta river flows down from the Brenta Valley.


Marostica is the city of chess, culture, cherries, and much more besides, as well as being awarded a Bandiera Arancione (or Orange Flag) by the Touring Club Italiano.