Imagine drinking some of Italy’s most prestigious wines whilst gazing out towards UNESCO World heritage landscapes. Borgo Barolo, in the heart of the Piedmont wine region, offers high-end accommodation and exceptional services in a picture-postcard setting surrounded by award-winning vineyards and hazelnut groves.
Ideal for a family reunion or special holiday with wine and food-loving friends, this stunning abode has sixteen bedrooms across four beautiful villas, each one perfectly positioned around the swimming pool with incredible views. Elegantly designed interiors are met with state-of-the-art facilities from the professionally equipped kitchen and temperature-controlled wine cabinet to fast Wi-Fi and a Sonos music system. Each villa features its own al-fresco dining area with an outdoor kitchen, grill and herb garden for idyllic evening meals as you drink world-class Barolo or Barberesco from local wineries.
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Outdoor Dining Area: Private
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In the heart of one of Italy’s most famous wine regions, Borgo Barolo is perfectly positioned for you to be able to taste some of the fine wines of Piedmont, an area which has recently acquired UNESCO World Heritage status. Borgo Barolo enjoys a rural setting amongst vineyards and hazelnut groves, just 9km from the beautiful town of Alba. Wander through the estate’s vineyards surrounding the villas, owned by a prestigious winery, and admire the incredible landscapes around you. The owner’s winery, located around a 45-minute drive away, is one of the few in Piedmont that has exclusive access to older vintages. The local hilltop village, around 2km away (about 20-30 minutes walk), has a handful of places to eat or drink whilst another nearby village, a little further by car, has amenities such as a grocery store and pharmacy. Head to La Morra (6km) on a Monday morning to experience its authentic market selling local fruit and vegetables as well as cheese, meat and fish. Look out for other local Farmer’s markets in Gallo (6km), Alba (9km) and Bra (11km). Of course, one of the main reasons that visitors are drawn to this part of northern Italy is for the wine-tasting – after all, this area produces the highest number of DOCG wines (the highest quality in Italian law) in all of the country. The owners can help organise vineyard visits whether you are looking to explore the Langhe, home to the world-famous Barbaresco and Barolo labels, or some of the lesser-known wine-makers around Roero or Monferrato. Most wineries request an appointment so ensure you book in advance if you have any specific producers you would like to visit. Customised tours can also be arranged to include truffle hunting, cooking classes and lunches amongst other activities. The cuisine of this region is also to be celebrated from marinated veal and Piemontese beef carpaccio to rich tajarin pasta, delicious agnolotti and the famous white truffles from Alba. Hazelnuts are also a local speciality and there are some amazing regional cheeses to pick up from nearby Farmer’s markets. Alba (9km) is known to be the gastronomy capital of this region and there are increasing numbers of Michelin starred restaurants appearing in the town itself and surrounding villages. It’s a relaxed way of life in Piedmont – even the slow-cooking movement originated here. Expect shops to close in the early afternoon, a great time to cycle through the surrounding countryside, finding a perfect spot for a picnic and discover beautiful hikes. Visit idyllic local villages, admire historic castles and fascinating local museums, followed of course by amazing meals accompanied by some of the best wines in the world. Experience a change of pace in Turin (69km), a splendid city which was once the capital of Italy and has been transformed since hosting the 2006 Winter Olympics. It's now known for its vibrant cultural scene as well as historic palaces, museums and its superb riverside setting. Winter-sport enthusiasts also love its close proximity to the Alps.
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Payment and Cancellation - 90 Day Policy
- Guests may cancel for free provided that: (1) cancellation is within 48-hours of reservation request, and (2) reservation request was made at least 10 days before arrival.
- 90 days or less prior to arrival: Guests pay 100% at time of reservation.
- More than 90 days before arrival: Guests pay 50% at time of reservation (non-refundable), the remaining 50% will be charged 90 days prior to arrival.
- For guests paying with points: 100% of payment will be deducted at time of reservation, once booking is verified within 48 hours.
- 90 days or less prior to arrival: No refund issued, unless ‘Grace Period’ applies.
- More than 90 days before arrival: initial 50% payment is forfeited; the remaining 50% will not be charged.
- For guests paying with points more than 90 days before arrival: 50% of points taken are forfeited; the remaining 50% will be refunded within 5-10 business days.
- Security deposit : €4000 paid via bank transfer to the owner (or charged to client’s credit card by the owner) one month before arrival and refunded two weeks after departure, subject to full inspection.
- Arrival time : 4.00 p.m.
- Departure time : 10.00 a.m.
- Energy costs included? : Yes.
- Heating costs included? : Yes.
- Linen & towels included? : Yes.
- End of stay cleaning included? : Yes. However, guests are required to leave the accommodation clean, tidy and in the same condition as on their arrival. Any extra cleaning, laundry, maintenance and/or rubbish disposal required will be charged against the security deposit.
- Pool opening dates? : The pool is open approximately March to end-November. Please note that pool opening dates are subject to local weather conditions and pool maintenance requirements and that cooler months may not be suitable for swimming.
- Pool heating charge? : No. The pool is due to be heated from March 2021. Please note that like all heated pools, pool heating and water temperature are reliant on weather and outside temperatures.
- Pool towels included? : Yes.
- Minimum stay : 3 nights.
- Changeover day : Flexible.
- Pets welcome? : Small well-behaved pets may be accepted on request only and with prior agreement with the owner.
- Smoking Allowed? : Outside only.
- Tax : Italian Visitors Tax payable locally in cash (typically costs €1-€3 per adult per night- please enquire if exact amount is required).
- Other Ts and Cs : Weddings, stag/hen parties and any special events are on request only and subject to prior arrangement with the owner and additional charges.
- Other Ts and Cs : A cot, high chair, baby bath and changing table are available upon request.
- Insurance : Guests are required to be in possession of a valid insurance policy, which covers them for cancellations, personal belongings, public liability and any accidental damage caused during their stay.
- Internet access? : Wi-Fi internet access included.
- Other Ts and Cs : Borgo Barolo sleeps up to 31 guests across four villas. Up to 10 extra guests may sleep on the sofa-beds across the villas, on request only and subject to a supplement.
- Security deposit :