Fringed with a fruitful fusion of natural splendour and Italian charm, this rural respite can only be found amongst the verdant vineyards in Tregnano

Sitting right on the cusp of the Valpolicella DOC valley, tucked away in the heart of Amarone, Tenuta Le Cave offers a getaway like no other. Peering over a perplexing, naturally formed terrace, this boutique hotel is steeped in idyllic Italian flair and natural scenery aplenty.

Encapsulated by verdant vineyards, olive groves, and hearty woods, this unique space has managed to retain its quarry roots to this day.

Get in touch with nature as you soak up your surroundings, pamper yourself in the exquisite wellness centre, take your pick from a world-class selection of wines, or ignite your senses with a gastronomy-infused meal.

Rich in Italian tradition, art, and culture, Tenuta Le Cave Hotel effortlessly melds marvelling modern design with awe-worthy, ancient architecture.

The luxurious luminescence of this eco-friendly gem can be found in every last detail; all the way from the impeccable integration of natural materials, to the wrought-iron and wooden beams. Each and every one of the boutique’s suites boast intricate design and elaborate features that are sure to leave you in a state of utter bliss.

Tenuta Le Cave
4.6
Based on 442 reviews
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Teddy TeoTeddy Teo
11:12 26 May 24
Perfect place for a vineyard stay, recommend to take the package with wine tasting and dinner, it’s a perfect bundle! Love the view, atmosphere and people there! I would definitely visit again if I happen to be looking around for another vineyard stay in the region, in future!
Mark BaringMark Baring
11:21 11 Oct 23
We stayed at Tenuta Le Cave quite a long time ago, on a friend's recommendation, and got to say it was forgettable. Firstly the positives, the views over the Italian hills are magnificent and with it being remote you can unwind and relax in the pool. We also did a dinner with wine tasting paired with it, which was enjoyableSo sadly now for the negative side of our stay. In our room, the air conditioning wasn't working and in the heat of the Italian summer that is surely a bare minimum guests should expect. On raising this issue, the receptionist said it would be sorted. It never was.As others have seemingly done we paid for access to the spa/sauna. Felt as if they don't particularly care about its upkeep and its an inconvenience to get it up to temperature. Given we are quite an active couple we wanted to head out one day to explore the area and do some walking. On asking the receptionist there for any advice or local routes she didn't have a clue on what to suggest/recommend to us. Quite disappointing to see how dismissive she was of us but we still managed to find somewhere beautiful to walk.Lastly the one that really astonished me was after coming back from the walk we went to have a small picnic on the gardens of the hotel. I went to the restaurant and picked up some napkins and didn't think much of it, which I then returned. When I raised my disappointment at the hotel for some of the other parts they openly accused me stealing napkins!This place could be absolutely wonderful if their staff and their service improved considerably.
Sorin SaftescuSorin Saftescu
08:17 28 Aug 23
Great location, with a panoramic view over the valley. But the best thing, far better then the view and the wonderful room design, were the people working there. From the youngest cleaning lady to the receptionist(s) and the sommelier, everyone gave us a perfect interaction and experience. Kudos to the one who selected them, the team is one of the best I have seen in the hospitality world. Worth going there, for sure!
Tommaso VeritàTommaso Verità
21:26 16 Jul 23
if you’re around Verona,you can’t miss out this amazing gem on the vineyard hills. Beautiful place, stunning view, amazing service, delicious menu and best selection of their own locally produced natural wine. we spent 2 days here recently and we’ll come again,every time we’ll be around our hometown!brought some friends last year from abroad the first time just for an aperitivo and they still dream about it!Bravi 👏
Sanni KarjalainenSanni Karjalainen
06:35 23 Jun 23
We had a wonderful stay here! The view is stunning, pool area is great and they even rent ebikes to cycle around the area. Breakfast was excellent too. The restaurant is not super but ok anyways.
Emily ThatcherEmily Thatcher
07:00 06 Jun 23
I was very disappointed in my stay. I booked two nights here with the intention of having a full day of relaxation which was not possible.The positive:The location was lovely, the room was clean, the beds were comfortable, and the staff was polite (although dismissive). The breakfast was good. I also enjoyed the wine tasting.The big issue:There were construction noises from 10am to 4pm. Further, there was a truck parked on the lawn in front of my room on and off for most of the day. They seemed to be using the truck for some hydraulic work. I ended up staying in my room for most of the day to block out some of the noise. I didn't bother using the pool as it was very loud outside. I couldn't even enjoy the view from my room as it was blocked by a truck. When I brought up the issue with staff on the day, I was brought a glass of prosecco. At checkout, when asked how my stay was I indicated my disappointment. The staff at checkout said that it was their day off yesterday so they didn't see it. I asked them if a full day of construction was common, to which they replied "sometimes".The little things:I requested two beds (confirmed over the phone). The staff had to separate the bed into two beds after we checked in.For dinner, they never brought the wine I ordered and one of the dishes served was wrong. They corrected the dish when the mistake was mentioned but I never got my glass of wine.The spa was very underwhelming. If it was included in the price it would be ok but definitely not worth the extra charge. The sauna was nice but the steam room and whirlpool were only moderately warm. The tile bench in the steam room was very cold to sit on.The bed is in the middle of the room and not attached to the headboard. When you try to sit up in bed to look out the window to see the view, the headboard moves away from the bed.Overall, I would not recommend this location if you want to spend time relaxing at the hotel.
Trey BrownTrey Brown
18:08 11 Apr 23
Great overall experience! We did the wine tasting with Franco and it was amazing. His approach to the experience was unique and gave clients an opportunity to explore the wine while also refining their palate. All the staff were very helpful, courteous and professional. The restaurant was also very good and had a varied and well-priced menu.
Nicky CallejaNicky Calleja
06:48 11 Apr 23
Simply amazing. A piece of heaven on earth. All staff at the Tenuta were magnificent, very helpful and professional. Sommelier very knowledgeable and friendly. We will be back, for sure!
Irmak EmekdasIrmak Emekdas
14:16 09 Apr 23
A dreamy experience! Beautiful scenery, gorgeous rooms, very friendly staff, good biological wine, good food! We stayed for 2 nights - had the dining experience one night and enjoyed the wine tasting with regular dinner the second night. Both were amazing! Our sommelier Franco was the best! All staff members were very helpful and warm.
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Rooms
  • Indulging in the local black truffles, freshly cured meat and mouth-watering cheese paired perfectly with the sommelier’s choice
  • Enjoying the inner stillness and sheer serenity in a private yoga session
  • Sipping on a herbal tea after a Turkish bath and hot stone massage
  • Getting lost in the winding, tree-lined trails dotted around the surrounding landscape
  • Horse-riding through the estate’s very own vineyards and olive trees
  • Mountain biking through the plethora of paths in the Monti Lessini mountain tops

Rooms Overview

The region’s rich, Italian heritage is deeply entrenched in the eclectic details of each suite. From the ancient Lessinia stones to the decadent art pieces and cultural embellishments, every inch inspires a journey and ignites a passion within. Harbouring a handful of locally-inspired features, this boutique hotel is sure to set your soul on fire.

Lion Suite

2 guests Open-plan suite View into the mountains

Modern meets mediaeval in this sophisticated space. Glance out the colossal-sized windows into the verdant valley, soak in an aroma-infused bath with a bottle of authentic Italian wine, ponder your plans at the writing desk, or appreciate the wrought-iron details and wooden finishes fringing this unique suite.

Buteo Suite

4 guests Balcony Two-bedroom suite View into the garden

Take a step back in time as you immerse yourself in all the charm and grace on offer in this suite. Flaunting iconic Italian details, the interplay between the centuries-old wood, local stone, and wrought iron features create a crowning contrast with the bucolic surroundings. This suite hosts a hamlet-esque feel that invites you to step out into the lush garden or to read a book on the plant-infused patio.

Family Suite

6 guests Panoramic View Private access

This light-filled gem is complete with coveted valley views and tranquil tones. Ingrained with antique details, including exposed beams and ancient architecture, this suite poses as the perfect place to fully appreciate the sublime sights and solitude on offer in the estate.

Horse Suite

2 guests One-bedroom suite Private access View into the garden

An intriguing corner of the estate that quite honestly can’t be compared to the rest. Set in the stables and fixed with an equestrian flair, the architectural features are topped by the meticulously mustered-up design. From the bedside tables that are made of old saddles, to the once-obstacle headboard, this suite is infused with natural motifs sure to satisfy the wondrous soul.

Junior Suites

2 guests Private terrace View into the countryside

Refined with a revelling twist, the modern-day suite encapsulates an enthrallingly elegant charm. Ignite your curiosity as you marvel at the multi-ethnic ensemble of art, architecture, and features. Kick back on the patio with a glass of wine as you overlook the Val d’Illasi valley and vineyards.

Deluxe Suites

2 guests Private terrace View into the mountains

Spark the desire within as you traipse around this truly luxe space. Discover the depths of the captivating landscape, all from the comfort of your patio. Peruse the peculiar, Italian-made pieces influenced by faraway cultures.

Superior Suite

2 guests Private terrace View into the garden

Equipped with Italian art, intricately designed details, and ancient architecture with a more modern touch, this suite is nothing short of spectacular. Sip on a local tea as you soak up all the scenery on offer from your very own, private patio.

Services and facilities

Countryside
Minimal interior
Pets friendly
Spa
Air conditioning
Bar
Concierge
Family rooms
Garden
Gym
Laundry Service
Non smoking rooms
Parking
Pool
Restaurant
Spa
Terrace
Wellness services
Wi-Fi
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Taste the flavors

Tenuta Le Cave Restaurant

Classic meets contemporary in Le Cave’s restaurant, and the chef’s carefully-chosen combinations are sure to satisfy your tastebuds. Locally-sourced produce, the estate’s vegetables, and the region’s most exquisite finds form the basis of Chef Fabio Aceti’s gourmet gastronomical influence. Whether you’re after a cheese-infused salad, a delectable fettuccine pasta, or an authentic tiramisu, this is a mecca for menu-lovers. Take your pick between the A La Carta Menu, the Light Lunch Menu, or try out what’s on offer in the Tasting Menu.

Breakfast

In addition to the plethora of palatable gastronomy options, Tenuta Le Cave serves a bliss-inducing breakfast too. Replete with scrumptious pastries, decadent cakes, and freshly picked fruits from the garden, you can fuel up for your day with some top-quality picks.

Wine cellar experience

Embark on a wine-tasting experience on the hotel’s very own grounds. Immerse yourself in the local Tasi and Fasoli Gino wines as you sit amongst the barrel vaults, wrought iron features and ancient wooden beams, once built by the region’s very own artisan winemakers.

About sustainability

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Like the fig tree roots, the property is constantly addressing many sustainable tourism areas and excelling in most fields.

  • Tenuta Le Cave is a haven for authentic travel experiences, harbouring a handful of culturally-immersive offers that support the local community.
  • The delightful cuisine is sourced from the surrounding region, with the majority of fresh fruit and vegetables being hand-picked from the estate’s very own garden.
  • This boutique hotel is committed to improving efficiency every single year, with continued investment in renewable energy systems and eco-friendly air-conditioning.

Explore the location

Nestled in the vibrant heart of Tregnano, Tenuta Le Cave offers a gateway into Verona’s most sublime spectacles. The lush landscape is riddled with a rich tapestry of passionate pursuits and captivating experiences.

Discover the undulating mountain tops, striking limestone rocks, and postcard-worthy scenery in the Lessinia Nature Park, where you can enjoy a day out hiking, biking, or horse-riding. Traverse the tales of time in the mediaeval villages, and take a peek inside the ancient castle that’s perched atop a hill. Ignite your taste buds by exploring Verona’s world-renowned red and white wines in one of the myriads, local vineyards or cellars.

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