Double bedroom, faces south-east overlooking the Apennines.
The Bonarda vine is certainly originally from Piedmont, in particular of the Turin Hills and of Alessandria area. Today it is widespread throughout the Piedmont and part of Lombardy and Emilia Romagna. The Bonarda vine is often confused with the Croatina and Uva Rara that are often found in the same areas, and has been the subject of many false homonyms. The Bonarda name derives from “good” in fact this grape can also be used as a table grape.
Child bed (free of charge up to 3 years)
Extra bed (single) for a fee at a cost of 15 €
Possibility of personalised offers for stays longer than three nights.