Great place to stay. This is an Agriturismo surrounded by family vineyards. Annalisa and her family were warm and welcoming. They showed us the winemaking operation and explained the different varieties they make. Taste the wines and take some with you. Good base for Alba, Bra, Barolo and other towns in the region. Annalisa circled a few small towns to explore and helped with a restaurant reservation at one of the many places that subscribe to the region's Slow Food movement. But if all you want to do is relax, read, walk the vineyards or take a dip in the pool you can do that too. We spent 2 nights. Hope to return again for a longer stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The welcoming agriturismo arose in 1997 when the family farmhouse was restored and tastefully filled with the period original furniture and detail. It is run personally and with enthusiasm by the family Nada. Here guests can relax admiring the luscious countryside, go for walks among the vineyards, or go trekking along the signed paths-special buffet breakfast with bread, cheese, sausages, fruits, homemade cakes and jams are served every morning ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ada Nada Agriturismo Italy/Treiso, Piedmont