Borgo Vecchio, in Neive, in the province of Cuneo, in Piedmont, is a widespread hotel. Surrounded by the beautiful landscape of the Langhe, among hills and vineyards, the hotel is formed by a charming guesthouse including 6 panoramic suites, the Villa with 3 double bedrooms, the Osteria Borgo Vecchio and the Donna Selvatica Restaurant. The village of Neive has Roman origins and developed in the Middle Ages. There you can visit the Clock Tower, the Porta di San Rocco, the Church of Saints Peter and Paul, the archconfraternity of Saint Michael. In a few minutes you can reach other villages of the Langhe, including Alba and its beautiful Piazza Risorgimento, the Cathedral of San Lorenzo, Via Vittorio Emanuele and Via Cavour with many historic buildings. All the Langhe area is characterized by the production of wine that has given rise to different qualities of wines such as Barolo, Barbaresco, Nebbiolo, Dolcetto d’Alba and Barbera d’Alba. The area is also known for fine, white and black truffles. Together with Roero and Monferrato, the Langhe is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2014.
Borgo Vecchio guesthouse, in the heart of the Langhe, offers large and elegant rooms to provide a peaceful and relaxing holiday, thanks to an amazing panoramic view on the surrounding hills and vineyards, up to the Roero at the horizon. All rooms provide free WiFi, air conditioning, and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels is available either in the living room and in the bedroom. In some suites you will find the balcony, and one room has a terrace with a private outdoor Jacuzzi. If you stay in the Villa you have three double bedrooms, a panoramic terrace, a private garden, a kitchen and a living room.
Staying at the Borgo Vecchio guesthouse means enjoying the excellent food of Piedmont. The Donna Selvatica restaurant, which takes its name from the famous grappa, offers traditional food with a modern way. You can enjoy your dinner on the terrace with panoramic views of Barbaresco. The Osteria Vecchio Borgo instead offers a rustic and homemade cuisine. In both restaurants there will be the renowned wines produced in the area, fresh products such as bread, focaccia and pasta, and of course the delicious truffles.