Where to stay

If you want to know where to hang your hat or drop your bag, here are a few places to consider staying when visiting the region:

Alba:

Hotels

Hotel Langhe – Smaller, personal hotel: relaxed and welcoming, with a swimming pool.  About 15 minutes’ walk from the town centre.

Hotel Calissano – If you want something large, modern, international.

Albergo San Lorenzo – Small, intimate, great location.

Palazzo Finati – Romantic boutique hotel in the heart of the old town.  Beware plastic wine glasses, though: they will give you glass ones if you ask…

Hotel I Castelli – The original international hotel in Alba.

Villa La Favorita – Quirky, friendly, family-run hotel with a lovely garden on the outskirts of town.

 B&Bs

Voglia di Vino Locanda –  Three rooms, an apartment, a restaurant/wine bar and a wine shop, spread over 3 locations in the same quiet street right in the heart of the old town.  All are great!

La Terrazza sulle Torri – Great B&B only a couple of minutes’ walk from the town centre.  They also have a couple of other properties in the old town itself.

La Pajassa – In a quiet street just on the edge of the old town.

 Apartments

Rivetto Suites – Modern, central to the old town and winery-owned, it also has off-street parking.

Voglia di Vino Locanda –  The apartment mentioned above, on a quiet street right in the heart of the old town.  Try the restaurant/wine bar and the wine shop, too.

Barbaresco Region:

Agriturismo ErcolAna – Located between Barbaresco, Neive and Treiso, this is a real family affair.  Great rooms, the warmest welcome imaginable and vast meals to die for.

Cascina BarĂ c – Agriturismo in San Rocco Seno D’Elvio, just a few minutes’ drive from Alba, with their own wines to boot.

Casa Boffa – Family-run winery with rooms right in the heart of Barbaresco village.

Casa Nicolini – One of the best views in Barbaresco, with a pool, private parking, great restaurant, sauna, gym and villas.  Located in Tre Stelle, a 3 minute drive from Barbaresco village, passing some of the best vineyards in the region.

Al Palazzo Rosso – Small boutique hotel in the lovely old hilltop village of Neive. 

Aromatario – B&B in the lovely old hilltop village of Neive, with a good restaurant, too.

Bottega di Rosanna – Another Neive stalwart, with a variety of accommodation options.

Carlin Carlota – Lovely Agriturismo among the vines of Neive, with a restaurant, a pool and great views.

Gilda e i suoi Amici – Quirky B&B nestling in the countryside of Neive.  It helps if you like animals.

Fattoria San Giuliano – Small Agriturismo in Neive with a pool and their own wines.

Hotel Borgese – Lovely, intimate conversion of 3 derelict old buildings in Neive old town.

Hotel Castelbourg – Another small hotel in Neive old town – be sure to try the adjacent Cinciallegra wine bar.

Traversa – Wine producer-owned Agriturismo in Neive, with pool, lovely rooms and interesting wines.

Ca Tupin – New B&B in Treiso with lovely rooms, open spaces, great views and great prices.

Orlando Abrigo – Winery-owned Guesthouse high up in Treiso, with pool, views and great wines.

Villa Incanto – 6 room hotel in the village of Treiso, with a pool and amazing views.

Cascina Delle Rose – Small, family-run B&B in Tre Stelle with 5 apartments, great views and lovely wines made by the family.

Barolo Region:

La Giolitta – Small B&B right in the heart of Barolo village.

Corte Gondina – Lovely boutique hotel with pool, lovely garden and off-street parking in the village of La Morra.

Agriturismo Risveglio in Langa – Located in Annunziata, in La Morra.  Winery-owned Agriturismo with 5 rooms.

Palas Cerequio – Winery-owned luxury hotel and spa with pool and parking among the vines of La Morra. 

Le Case della Saracca – Hugely characterful B&B with a fantastic wine bar and restaurant in the medieval part of Monforte d’Alba.

Villa Beccaris – Romantic boutique hotel with pool, garden, private parking and wonderful views in the medieval part of Monforte d’Alba.

Villa Ribota – Fantastic private villa set among the vines of Novello, with private parking and pool and run by a lovely couple.

Hotel Castello di Sinio – One of the best boutique hotels in the region, with a pool, beautifully maintained gardens and a terrific restaurant, all in the out-of-the-way village of Sinio, right on the doorstep of the Barolo region.

Locanda Fontanazza – Great restaurant in La Morra with terrific views and 4 rooms as a B&B.  It also has a pool and private parking.

Costa di Bussia – Agriturismo nestled in the vines of Monforte d’Alba with lovely rooms and wines to match.

Villa Vitae – 6 luxury apartments in Castiglione Falletto with private parking and pool.

Tota Virginia – Lovely hotel in Serralunga d’Alba with a great restaurant, private parking and a pool with some of the loveliest views in Barolo.

Cascina Meriame – Agriturismo owned by the producer Paolo Manzone in Serralunga d’Alba, with stunning views, great rooms, great hospitality, a pool and lovely wines.

Cascina Sciulun – Agriturismo among the vines of Monforte d’Alba, with wonderful wines, great hospitality and too much food!  Only a few minutes’ walk to Barolo village.

Brezza Hotel – The original hotel in Barolo village, with a pool facing the castle, a great restaurant and great wines.

Castello di Verduno – Historic property in the village of Verduno, with lovely rooms and suites, as well as a self-contained farmhouse.  They also make great wines, which you can try at the cellar door, or in their restaurant.

Roero:

Castello di Guarene – The most expensive hotel in the region is housed in the Castello of Guarene, with ornate rooms, restaurant, spa and mature gardens.

Ca’ Alfieri – Lovely accommodation in a historic building in Govone, with a pool and spa.

Marchesi Alfieri – Situated in the castle of San Martino Alfieri, the estate has been producing since 1696.

Langhe / Monferrato:

Villa d’Amelia – Luxury hotel in Benevello, 10 minutes from Alba and Barbaresco, with a Michelin-Star restaurant, pool, spa, private parking and lovely views.

Relais San Maurizio – A beautiful former monastery in Santo Stefano Belbo dating back to 1619, this luxury hotel has a pool, mature grounds, a Michelin-Star restaurant, spa and private parking.

Cascina Galarin – Agriturismo in Castagnole delle Lanze, with great rooms, a pool, great wines and people.

Castello di Coazzolo – Dating back to the 13th century, this hotel has lovely gardens and a pool as well as great rooms.

La Dindina – Agriturismo in the village of Nevigile, with just 3 lovely rooms, a restaurant that will do cooking classes, too, and a wine cellar from another age.

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