18th-century clockmaker’s abode

Housed in a renovated 18th-century building, the Ca’ Damiani stands at the foot of the mountain in Caneva, offering unique accommodations with period furniture and a park with ancient trees.

Every room of the Damiani bears the name of a famous clockmaker and is equipped with air conditioning, satellite TV, and full bath. Guests enjoy breakfast either in their rooms or in the garden, where a selection of homemade cakes and jams, and sweet and savory items awaits.

Strategically located between the regions of Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia, the Ca’ Damiani serves as the ideal starting point to reach important destinations such as Venice, Treviso, Udine and Trieste.

Historical background

The Damiani family came to Caneva from Venice by the will of the Doge in the middle of the 18th century. In fact, Domenico Damiani, great-grandfather of the last dynastic owner of the villa, was a notary who practiced his profession on behalf of the Doge of Venice in the Caneva-Sacile-Cordignano area.