This hotel is a historic place in Serralunga D'Alba, and it is amazing!
We had reserved for 5 nights,as we wanted to move around "Piemonte" to visit all the little cities we could, such as Barolo, Barbaresco, La Morra ... and Serralunga D'Alba was the prefect location for that.
When we arrived we enjoyed the views of a vast "nebbiolo" grape plantation before getting to the "Foresteria" itself.
As they alerted in the check-in instructions there was nobody on site to help us, but we followed the orientations and everything went well.
There is a flight of stairs to get to the door, but inside there is a small elevator (very good for the big amount of luggage we had).
The room we got was called "Lazzarito" after one of the wines they make. It was a very bright, clean and spacious room. The big surprise was the Barolo bottle waiting for us as a welcome gift! Incredible!
The bathroom was very good and clean also, good shower power and amenities.
They also gave us a visit with tasting the next day, which we really appreciated,and we discover that it was right there in their cellar that the first meeting of the "Slow Food Style" happened! Awesome!
The breakfast was good, a variety of "crudos" and cheese, yogurt, breads, cakes... The lady who served us, Rosana, was very nice and we thank her for her kindness.
We didn't have the chance to have lunch at the restaurant nearby, but I think it is a good and affordable place.
They also had a self service tea in the afternoon, very thoughtful.
Walking around is not only beautiful but also peaceful and full of soothing views.
We did have dinner at Guido restaurant next door, which was amazing and I highly recommend.
The only problem whatsoever is that it is an isolated place because it is not in a city, so there are no supermarkets or drugstores nearby, you have to go everywhere by car, even for a quick dinner.