Langhe is one of my favorite places in the North of Itay, so relaxing and calm, and Barolo is the best place if you want to visit it. I choose the La Giolitta b&b a few meters of the Barolo castle and was an amazing experience. Offering views over the hills of Piedmont is located in the center of Barolo, famous for its red wine. The property is in rustic style and is within walking distance of the Barolo Wine Museum.
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LA GIOLITTA B&B
Parking it’s very easy, there are 2 free parking around Barolo, one at the cemetery, and the other one at Piazza Colbert. From here it’s very easy to reach the B&B.
From the nearest airport, you can get to La Giolitta Bed & Breakfast by car 2h 20min (Turin or Malpensa airport).
La Giolitta Bed & Breakfast offers the following activities/services (charges may apply):
- Bike tours
- Walking tours
- Tour or class about local culture
- Happy hour
- Cooking class
ROOM AND SERVICE
With hill views and free WiFi, rooms feature tiled floors and wooden beamed ceilings. The private bathroom is complete with a shower, free toiletries, and tea/coffee maker in all rooms. Price starting from 100€ double room/breakfast included.
A sweet and savory breakfast featuring coffee, cakes, jams, croissants, cheese, and cold cuts is served daily in the communal area. Guests staying at La Giolitta Bed & Breakfast can enjoy a highly-rated breakfast during their stay (guest review score: 9.4), and I totally agree.
Breakfast option(s) include:
The famous wine-producing country, one of the most important wine-growing areas in Italy. Barolo is a DOCG red wine (Controlled and Guaranteed Denomination of Origin), the bottle that costs less is around € 40.
During your stay, I suggest you visit some wine cellars, for example, Borgogno. Borgogno is a historic brand since 1761 it has been producing one of the best red wines in Italy. The basic tour cost € 15/adult, I suggest you take the “360-degree tour” that costs € 50.