Langhe Country House is located in Neive, Piedmont, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. Set in the hills between Alba and Asti, in a territory that is part of the UNESCO world heritage site, it is perfectly integrated into the landscape and nature that surrounds it. It stands on land mainly cultivated with vines, walnuts and hazelnuts and is an extraordinary viewpoint over the magnificent vineyards of Moscato and Nebbiolo.
The owners of Langhe Country House, in Neive, Piedmont, fell in love with this elegant farmhouse from the middle of the 18th century in 2010 and since then they have never ceased to invest in the quality of the hospitality and the environment. The renovation was carried out while fully respecting the construction elements and materials typical of the Piedmontese tradition and the original structure. Nadia and Alessandro share the same idea of a holiday associated with well-being, fine dining and excellent wines. Nadia is an architect who is attentive to environmental issues and local tradition, but is above all a lover of cuisine and wines. Alessandro is sensitive to a type of hospitality based on the beauty of the places and the presence of all the comforts for relaxation. The 6 rooms, each of about 30 square meters, reflect the concept of traditional architecture, modern design and maximum comfort, combined with a personalized and discreet hospitality. Equipped with a wood-burning fireplace, brick vaults, views of the surrounding vineyards and hazelnut groves, a large bathroom and an outdoor relaxation area, they are all different and personalized, elegant and refined. They are linked by the harmony between modern functionality and the warmth of tradition.
At Langhe Country House, in Neive, Piedmont, the portion intended for the rooms and the breakfast room and kitchen faces south-east, while the owners’ house is located on the upper floor of the opposite side, in the old barn. Nadia and Alessandro will welcome you with a generous breakfast of local products, both sweet and savoury: hazelnut cakes and tarts, typical biscuits, croissants, jams, seasonal fruit, cheeses and cold cuts. A few sofas delimit the relaxation area and the reading room. It is possible to organize traditional Piedmontese cooking courses on request. The infinity pool leads to the surrounding vineyards and you can relax while admiring the magnificent hills of the Langhe.