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Help: Italian Lakes- villa with access to indoor pool ?

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Help: Italian Lakes- villa with access to indoor pool ?

Does anyone know of any villas or appartments that have, or have access to, an indoor pool ?

We are planning on going to the Italian Lakes in June 2008 (we already have cheap flights). We are looking for somewhere reasonable to stay in the Italian Lakes area (preferably Garda - but we can be flexible) that has or has access to an indoor pool. We will be hiring a car, so we do not need to rely on public transport to get there.

Our kids love swimming, and we do not want to take the risk of not being able to use an outdoor pool at this time of year. We went to Switzerland at the same time last year and we were very glad of the use of an indoor pool there as it was not particularly brilliant weather !

I know there are plenty of public swimming pools and waterparks in the area , but nothing quite beats having your own facilities on site, especially if you have been out all day touring, which we are likely to do.

Lake views of course would be a bonus.

Can anyone help ? - we are open to most types of accommodation ; appartments, flats, villas etc ...as long as they are a reasonable cost ,and will sleep 2 adults/ 2 children.

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1. Re: Help: Italian Lakes- villa with access to indoor pool ?

We went to Lazise on Lake Garda last year in June. The temperature got up to 32c. We stayed in a 3 bed apartment overlooking the lake. There is a local letting agent (www.interlingualazise.com) who has a lot of holiday lettings on their books. We found our apartment with them. We had the place to ourselves all week. Only two apartments (owned by the Agnelli and Ferrari families) were occupied at the weekends. It was an apartment called LoSmeraldo (I think) in a street called Barum. We had an infinity pool overlooking the lake. The views were brilliant. There is also an excellent hotel called Palazzo della Scala. Again, though, they only have an outdoor pool. (We stayed there last week). I am not sure if there are very many indoor pools around Lake Garda though. Gardaland water park is okay. Don't expect too much from it but it does pass a few hours. There is a water park as well nearby but don't expect Florida standard theme parks. I hope this has been helpful.

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