1st place: House of Boffa (Casa Boffa)
The home of the Boffa family is located in Barbaresco. This place full of charm is ideal for those who want to relax and unwind during their holidays in the countryside. Breakfast is served on the terrace with beautiful views of the Tanaro Valley and the Langhe Hills.
The guests have 4 rooms overlooking the vineyards and 1 studio with a balcony and access to the terrace. Guests can relax in the solarium, ride a bike. During tours of the winery, guests will learn about the wines produced by the Boffa family.
2nd place: Locanda La Raia Farm
La Raia Farm houses a boutique hotel with 12 rooms, each one different from the other and filled with 17th and 19th century furniture as well as contemporary pieces.
The hotel is located in Gavi, in the lower region of Piedmont, surrounded by vineyards and forests. It offers a spa with views of the vineyards and access to a pool with hydromassage, a waterfall.
The following activities are available for guests – hiking trails, cycling and picnics in the forest. This is an excellent farm hotel in Piedmont, which, in addition to wine, grows crops, produces honey and other bio-products.
3rd place: House of Langa (Casa di Langa)
Langa is a luxury hotel that was opened in 2021. It is located on an area of 42 hectares among vineyards. The hotel has only 39 rooms. The hotel offers unique services such as a professional truffle hunter.
This means that guests will participate in a truffle hunt around the region and will be able to take part in the Alba White Truffle Festival. Wine tours, courses and vineyard tours are organized here. Lang’s house attracts the attention of tourists with its technology.
The hotel recycles rainwater, composts all organic waste, bans plastic and all hotel equipment is solar powered. On the adjacent territory there is a beehive for the production of their own honey.
4th place: Hotel Palace Cerequio
Rustic charm and luxury combine well at this wine-producing hotel, located 2 km from Barolo. The hotel offers 9 elegant suites, 4 with classic décor dating from the 18th century, and 5 rooms with contemporary Art Nouveau architecture with a minimalist design.
Its cellars contain about 6,000 bottles of 400 different types of wine, among which Barolo wines stand out. The restaurant is run by Michelin-starred chef Damiano Nigro.