Your Home Away From Home in Piedmont, Italy
Leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life behind and enjoy an escape in this charming Piedmont holiday home in the high Langhe (Alta Langa). Step back in time and immerse yourself in Italian life in a traditional rustic farmhouse tucked in hazelnut country, which was built by hand, stone by stone, by local hazelnut farmers who still work the land. The home is furnished comfortably with elegant touches and original features.
Sit on the panoramic terrace as the sun sets in the distance with Monviso (the highest mountain in Piedmont) and hilltop villages peeking out across the valley. Read a book, relax and have an aperitivo sipping on wine from local wineries. Enjoy cooking with fresh rosemary and sage from the garden.
And you will be spoilt for choice with eateries serving fresh local ingredients ranging from casual to Michelin star restaurants. Be sure to indulge in gastronomic experiences, after all Piedmont is the home of the Slow Food Movement. Discover the joy of slow travel as you linger for longer and truly absorb your surroundings, mingle with the locals and create special memories in Piedmont.
Piedmont Awaits You!
Farmhouse Holiday Home Features
Rustic and cosy farmhouse comfortably furnished; accommodates 4 guests
Fully equipped eat-in kitchen with access to private terrace with sunset views
2 Bedrooms (Master bedroom with 1 queen bed; 2nd bedroom with 1 daybed which opens to a double)
2 Bathrooms – one downstairs with shower/bathtub, one upstairs with shower
Separate work space with ergonomic chair perfect for remote working
Private parking, private garden and large terrace, BBQ, WIFI, dishwasher, washing machine
Fire alarm, carbon monoxide monitor
Guests have exclusive use of the home, private entry and parking
Car Rental available upon request
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Activities in Piedmont, Italy
Suggestions of activities during your stay:
Wine tastings and winery tours, gastronomic experiences, cheese tastings, hazelnut factory visit, castles, nature and vineyard walks, discovering the small villages, trekking, cycling, e-bike tours, tours by vespa, art, culture, picnics, hot air balloon flights, truffle hunting, cooking classes, medieval festivals, participate in a wine art class in Barolo, take a day trip to Turin.
Piedmont Holiday Home: Things to See & Do Nearby
There are medieval villages, wineries and other places of interest nearby. You can discover: the famous Langhe, Roero and Monferrato wine roads, Barolo, Monforte d’Alba, Alba, Serralunga d’Alba, Barbaresco, Novello, Dogliani, Gavi, Montelupo Albese, Bra (the home of the Slow Food Movement), hazelnut & cheese factories, walking and cycling trails on your doorstep, panoramic drives, castles and more.
For those who like scenic drives and exploring, you can really get off the beaten track. You can even take in the mountains and the sea by going on a day trip from the Alta Langa to the coast, with the Ligurian coast within reach (1-1.5 hour car journey). There’s so much to see and do in the Piedmont region and surrounding areas that you can easily spend a week or more here with a balance of exploring and simply relaxing…experience il dolce far niente (the sweetness of doing nothing).
Piedmont and the farmhouse are also a great option for digital nomads, writers, artists, remote workers or those looking for a workation. Unlike smaller vacation apartment rentals, here you will have more space to create and work (but don’t forget to unwind too).
Places to visit along the Ligurian Coast. Useful links:
For more details, availability and rates about this Piedmont Holiday Home
(Minimum stay: 3 nights; weekly and monthly rates available upon request)