In the lush green countryside near Venice and Treviso, the Hotel Antico Mulino is an oasis of tranquility surrounded by a charming garden overlooking the banks of the river, which until the 1800s powered the wheel of the ancient mill, and following an expert renovation, today hosts a hotel and restaurant, the Osteria Perbacco. A warm and pleasant style characterizes the hotel’s spaces, offering superior services and comforts for a 3 star hotel in Scorzè, situated near Venice and the airports of Venice and Treviso, an ideal location for both business and tourism. Guests arriving by car benefit from the hotel’s ample free parking, while the 24h reception provides tourism information on the Strada del Radicchio, Strada del Prosecco, the Ville Venete in the vicinity of Scorzè, and naturally on Venice, Treviso and Padua.
The hotel’s common areas feature internet wi-fi connectivity, while the lobby and bar offer patrons relaxing moments for socializing and catching up on the daily newspapers the Hotel Antico Mulino provides free of charge, together with bicycles free on loan, a truly pleasant way to do some sightseeing in the surrounding countryside. The continental style buffet breakfast is served in the hotel’s attractive internal hall, and weather permitting on the terrace overlooking the river. The pride and joy of the Hotel Antico Mulino is without a doubt its restaurant Osteria Vineria Perbacco, renowned not only in the area of Scorzè and Venice, but also reviewed and appraised by Italy’s most noted good food and wine restaurant guides, such as the Michelin Guide, Gambero Rosso, Slow Food, etc. An informal but elegant ambience defines a pleasantly intimate atmosphere, perfect for a business lunch or pleasurable candlelit dinner on the terrace overlooking the river. Seasons and traditions define the typical cuisine of Veneto and menu of Venetian specialties proposed, with special attention to local dishes prepared with radicchio rosso, peas and strawberries among the large variety of fresh vegetables and fruit, and fish from the lagoon and sea of Venice, with schie (shrimp from the lagoon), sardines and cuttlefish being the most popular. Meat dishes retrace traditional preparations with new and innovative accents, with the ubiquitous musetto (small pork sausage) served with mashed potatoes, and the classic sliced steak filet served with vegetables. The wine card is truly special: 400 Italian and 50 foreign labels (French, Australian and Chilean) to choose from, exalting and ennobling the flavors and aromas of each dish with classic reds and whites, either in confirming expectations or experimenting new emotions with unusual choices.