The apartment has an independent entrance and it is located a short walk to the small square of the village. It has a kitchen, a living room with a double sofa bed, a bathroom and a double bedroom. It also has TV, independent heating, gas oven, fridge with freezer. Pets admitted. The provision of bed linens and towels is included in the price.
Albergo Diffuso is tucked away in a variety of aromas, sounds and traditions, that you will never forget. Albergo Diffuso is located in Comeglians, where the majestic Nature extends among Mount Crostis, Mount Zoncolan and the Degano valley, which is rich in vegetation. Here life has a different rhythm: rural old-fashioned houses, old farmhouses and cowsheds have been carefully renovated in order to offer to guests a cosy stay. The houses and the flats are present in the enchanting hamlets of Maranzanis, Povolaro and Tualis. The spacious reception with an adjoining breakfast room/restaurant is in a cottage built in the former village dairy. All the flats have TV, bath towels and bed linens. They are different in types and sizes in order to meet every need. The breakfast room/restaurant has a professional kitchen and offers half or full board, also for groups up to 70 persons. At a very short distance you can find the 30-kilometres ski-slopes of Ravascletto/Zoncolan ski-resort. Ski-touring lovers have at their disposal the exciting slopes of Mount Crostis. During the summertime it is possible to take the street called "Panoramica delle Vette", which starts from the hamlet of Tualis, goes up-hill up to the height of 1900 metres, then it continues at that altitude for some kilometres offering all around you a very beautiful view. Along the way there are many mountain huts, where you can taste typical dairy products. From the top of Mount Crostis you can see the stately Mount Coglians and you can often see groundhogs and eagles. Going downstream, there is Chiadinas Holiday Farmhouse, which has a varied traditional menu. All the cycling lovers know well the area around Albergo Diffuso Comeglians, because of two of the most exciting stages of Giro d'Italia: the climbs of Mount Crostis and Mount Zoncolan.