The barn, barcòn or barco is a service farm building, typical of the Venetian villa, designed to contain the workplace, dividing the space of the central body of the villa, occupied by the owners, from that of the peasants.
In the Republic of Venice the barns - often more than one - almost always come off the manor house (the central body of the villa that houses the residence of the owner) and, as a rule, were a part of a large productive agricultural complex. With patience and attention, from the barn have been converted four rooms, one suite and two apartments. During the renovation were retained the walls and original wooden beams, so the rooms are very spacious and welcome guests in an ancient and treated atmosphere. All rooms have private bathrooms, some with hydromassage shower or bath.