La Ciasa Soldà, ancient house of the '500 whose designs historians to pian terrain remind the adventures of "Silvestro Soldà" in the wars against the Turks, is laying down on 3000 mq of lawn at the Pieve di S. Giovanni, in quiet area, sunny Mediterranean, with panoramic views on Cima Dodici, the Latemar and the Catinaccio (heritage UNESCO), in the immediate vicinity of the center of the country, reachable in 5 minute walk. Shops, bakers, bank, post office and the bus stop are located a few steps.
Apartment suitable for 8-12 persons (147 m²) - 4 gentians (Certification maximum in Trentino)
Furnished with every comfort and comprising kitchen (dishwasher and microwave), a spacious bathroom (bathtub, double sinks), and a smaller bathroom, four rooms from bed and you a pleasant stay (with sofa bed), satellite TV, poggiolo .
In the rental price is included:
• Heating costs, energy consumption and tourist tax
• Private parking
All the apartments have:
• Crockery and cutlery
• Fridge, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, blender, toaster
• Smart TV 40 inches
• ski bus stop Val di Fassa 200m
• Bed linen and towels on request (€ 12 per person)
• Beds for children on request
In addition to our customers we offer a privilege card that allows you to have:
• 20% discount on ski equipment rentals at Sport Edy Vigo, following the departure of the cableway Ciampedie, tel 0462 764 057, www. sportedy. com, (ask to Edward)
• 10% discount at the Vigo pharmacy over the counter products
Tel 0462 764145, (ask to Ivana)
• 5% of the account at the Rainhard pastry, the best of the valley, about 350 meters from Ciasa Soda tel +39 0462 763 084
• Dinner at € uro 20,00, consisting of first, second, side dish, fruit or dessert, coffee, liqueur at Hotel Latemar, (380 meters from Ciasa Soldà) only by reservation tel: 0462764162 (ask for Tita)
• A favorable treatment for those who want the thrill of a good lunch and ride a snowmobile, going to the Refuge Fuchiade (Passo San Pellegrino - Moena) with prestigious menu from 40, 50 and 55 € uro presenting the Privilege card, tel +390462574281 (ask for Manuela) www. Fuciade. it
• at Garnì Enrosadira (350 m. From Ciasa Sodlà) you can enjoy the wellness center, tel: 0462 764 703
HISTORY "The story of Sylvester Soldà was collected and published when the strangeness of certain facts tended to pass it on the list of legends, while as a whole is still presented with the appearance of a historical fact. The adventurer, narrates the local tradition, after getting enriched in the wars against the Turks, had returned in Vigo di Fassa, his country native: where, comperatasi a house in 1533, the had restored and embellished, with the make you paint the serraglio of the Sultan. It is narrated then that, gathering one day among the people of the place the metal for the fusion of the new bell, the wife of the Soldà, he being absent, handed as its contribution, both for ignorance or for holy zeal or for the two reasons together, an object d'solid silver very precious that was stored jealously by her husband as flower of its bottini. La irreparable loss would have pushed him, in an impetus of wrath, to kill his wife, if for interposition d'other not you it were convinced that his silver would have guaranteed a good fusion: and fact the sound of the bell, whose merger was succeeded very well, echoed so pure that the Soldà, proud of having the merit, and pleased to have been given an fellow villagers a memory imperishable of himself, forgave willingly to the wife. The narration retains all the character of a fact true; ed'altronde not lacking evidence. " (From "Studi Trentini of historical sciences - Year in 1934" - Nicolò Rasmo) "Caccia countdown" atrium the ground floor, wall South-West Dating: XVI sec., Second half Author: David Solbach (?). Dipinto to fresh medium. All over the soil accommodates allegorical scenes of hunting backwards: an ox disembowels a bear, a hen becca a fox, a sheep ravening a wolf, two hares attacking a dog while a third it transports one on the backs. "Wars against the Turks" atrium the ground floor, wall North-West Dating: 1 575 Author: David Solbach (?). Dipinto to fresh medium. La wall situated in front to the front door reports a parade of Turchi victorious veterans from a raid. Details: in the hilly landscape that ago by background stands the two castles on the right.