Luxurious bed and breakfast in the Langhe, a famous wine producing region in rural Italy - complete with private terraces boasting stunning views.
Borgo Piani is set amongst the rolling hills of Langhe Piedmont, a world-famous wine producing region in Italy. The family-run bed and breakfast features three elegant suites, all of which have terraces and boast breathtaking views across the vineyards and all the way to the Alps. The luxurious retreat makes the perfect base from which to discover the area, which is a true paradise for lovers of fine wines and sophisticated cuisine.
The three suites, Ballerina, Modì and Terra have all been beautifully designed and tastefully furnished, yet each is wonderfully unique. All rooms have a large ensuite bathroom with a walk-in shower, deluxe double beds with super soft bedding, satellite TVs, Wi-Fi and air conditioning. A real highlight of the accommodation is the private terraces, which make a lovely spot to share a bottle of local vino and take in the far-reaching views. Private parking is included with each suite.
Each morning the thoughtful hosts prepare breakfast, a delicious spread of seasonal local produce including fresh butter and jam, homemade cakes, cheeses, cured meats, fruit, hazelnuts and much more. Guests can break their fast in the sun in the warmer months or in the cosy breakfast room throughout winter.
The Langhe is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with thousands of acres of carefully cultivated vineyards and winemaking traditions that go back hundreds of years. Some of the best wine in the world is made here, including Barolo, Barbaresco and Barbera. The historic region is also known for its hilltop villages, ancient castles and Romanesque churches. The Lange is a relatively well-kept secret as a holiday destination and is often described as Tuscany without the crowds.
Your hosts have a partnership with a local events company and can arrange a wide variety of activities for you to truly experience the area. Vineyard tours and personalised wine tastings, hunting for the elusive white truffle, cookery classes and biking trips are just some of what is on offer.
The village of Mango is around 2km away, a short and scenic walk through vineyards and hazelnut orchards. An authentic taste of rural Italy, the traditional village has some fantastic restaurants, bars, shops and a castle open to visitors. The town of Alba is a short drive away, known as the gourmet capital of Piedmont, particularly famous for its truffle dishes and hazelnut chocolate. It also has several historical sights to visit, such as the Gothic cathedral, 14th century towers, Roman gate and various museums.
A single stay costs 135 euros per night all year round.
For couples in the low season it is 140 euros per night, in the high season 150 euros per night.
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