Locanda Da Scarso is a guesthouse managed by the Scarso family since 1929.
The guesthouse is located in Malamocco, the oldest part of Venice on Lido Island, between the Adriatic Sea and the Venetian lagoon. There is a beautiful public beach located minutes from our guest-house.
The guesthouse is on the first floor of a typical palace dated back to the 15th century, from where you can enjoy an amazing view of the sunset on the lagoon.
Our 6 rooms have someones private bathroom, someones are ensuites , some of them with terrace. There are two common rooms for breakfast, relax watching TV or reading.
On the main floor you 'd find the famous restaurant Trattoria da Scarso, frequented by renowned people like Corto Maltese, where you can have lunch or dinner.
Attention: for this property cancellation policy must be notified at least 48 hours prior to local Italian arrival time of booking only by fax or by email !!!
The 2 twin private rooms have their private exclusive w.c and shower reserved only for the room's guests, just in front of the room door.
Breakfast,towels and linen included.
We are open from January to December.
Please note that the 2 twin rooms have 2 external private bathrooms and showers reserved just for room guests, located in front of the room door.
We supply linen and towels.
Cancellation policy: 48 hours before Italian arrival time, only by e mail or by fax.,whithout fee.After this time and in case of no shown, we'll charge to You one night price on yor credit card.
We are open all year round.
For late arrivals,after 23.00 also You'd call mobile number + 39 3280442367
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