First, I have to thank other reviewers on Trip Advisor for helping us finding this place. We were looking to enjoy Barolo and its wines and this was a perfect base. The village is small (only 600 inhabitants I believe) and we were lucky that there was a food festival the weekend we were there at walking distance (and going back up to our room to bring up our purchases regularly). Francesco gave us nice tips for walking, wine tasting, eating, very helpful. Daniella runs it very nicely with a proper breakfast (homemade cake for breakfast, next to a wide selection of spreads and fruit!! And boiled eggs!). We had the room with a vintage vanity table, which we could tell, had the hand of a woman. Spacious, welcoming, the bathroom consists of 2 parts, a basin with proper space around it for your cosmetics, hair dryer (proper one), and a separate room with shower, toilet and bidet. Nice and homely, with view on the hills around it. Nice & quiet corner as well. We also did a sentrieres hike (medieval paths up to the other villages) to Monteforte through the vineyards (romantic!) which started just around the corner from the B&B. (Bring walking sticks if you have them) Note, in September there is an annual food festival (for us on Sunday 11 September) with really nice slow food cheese and other artisan food. It's really a village party, and the atmosphere is really relaxed and local.
Make sure you bring the instructions from the website, it's all one-way and narrow. Parking is around the corner, though during the food festival you need to park somewhere else, plenty of parking spaces grouped.
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