Maria’s Tabia

The history

My grandmother’s name was Caterina, but everyone, included us, called her Maria. Tabià is a word in dialect which means hayloft. In this case, it refers to a part of the stall and hayloft that date back to the 18th century and was bought by my grandparents in 1926. Afterwards, the building was enlarged, adding a workshop, a storage and an attic used as an hayloft. In the middle of the century, we moved somewhere else and this place remained abandoned and was soon covered by weeds. Therefore, we decided to renovate it and made two large flats out of it, with an external private space, a wide garage and a typical walkway. Even if the building looks like in the past, now there are no cows, nor flocks of sheep or claves; the tub where my grandfather used to press grapes with his bare feet has been removed; the place where once there was the workshop, now houses the kitchen;:the utensils my grandfather used, to build or repair the tools he used in agriculture, are now replaced by the cooker and the pans. Roma, Stella and Bisa were cows’ names. My grandmother was devoted to them, as if they were part of the family. When the cows heard their names, they sheepishly returned home: this gave me a sense of great peace, the same peace I hope people who will be living here, will find. I’m sure my grandmother would be happy about it!


The apartment “Erica”

The apartment is in a building that has been recently rebuilt and is on three floors. It has been furnished carefully and it has all the comforts: it is ideal for families or couples who enjoy living in a relaxing and private environment.
The apartment can be accessed through an external staircase or straight from the garage. There are a wide terrace and paved courtyard, which are ideal for outdoor lunches or for sunbathing in an exclusive place.
In the basement there is a bathroom and the laundry room. On the ground floor, on two levels, there are the living room, the dining room and the kitchen. On the first floor there is the master bedroom with bathroom and balcony.
In the kitchen there are a cook top, a fridge with freezer, a washing machine, an electric oven and tableware for 8 people. In the living room there are a big sofa, a small table, a TV with satellite decoder, a DVD player and a radio. In the living room a sofa can be turned into a double bed and a pouffe into a single bed. There are a small table, chairs and sun beds.
The apartment is located in a remarkable area, from the environmental and landscape point of view: it’s not far from the Vedana and Mis lakes and the National Park of the Dolomiti Bellunesi, the ideal place for people who are looking for peace and quiet.
Bike lovers can take advantage of street routes or paths, with different difficulty levels. Hickers can choose from a wide range of tracks.
The cities of Feltre and Belluno can be reached in a few minutes ride. The location is also perfect for reaching other touristic places in the Dolomites, such as Fiera di Primiero, Agordo, Zoldo, Cortina, the most famous mountain passes of the Dolomites or art cities such as Venezia, Treviso, Verona, Padova.
Prices include electricity, hot and cold water, gas, dish towels, table towels, lines and towels for a week.



The prices are:

  • A week: min.  €  350,00  -  max.  550,00
  • Two weeks: min.  €  650,00  -  max.  1000,00 
  • A month: to be agreed
The prices included the supply of electrical energy, gas, hot and cold water, the firewood and clean linen per week.

credits: Nodopiano