Our choice to have five different rooms, each of them with a specific recall to the historical characters to do with Giulia di Barolo, shows our attention for quietness, complete privacy and the pleasure of enjoying unique moments.
The Relais has large and bright rooms, some of them with terrace or balcony, where you can have your breakfast admiring the panorama and breathing the history of the area. An high comfort level is given to each Customer, who is cuddled from the surroundings. Their style is unique, with the right balance between rustic and elegance in the decor and accessories. The rooms are from 17 to 40 squared meters and offer all the necessary services in order to satisfy our Customer’s needs.
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Double attic suite with exposed beams.
Camillo Benso Conte di Cavour. The first Prime Minister of the newborn italian monarchy. He can be defined a country gentleman thanks to his vast landholdings and also wine producer as in his holdings often wine was made. Nowadays, he is remembered as the one who brought Barolo towards those that, since then, were the modern tecniques vinification, making it today a wonderful wine.
Double room with furnished patio.
A consistent and wise man, Carlo Tancredi Falletti di Barolo, is one of the character who during the Piedmont Renaissance showed his integrity and Christian faith like few other. Together with his wife Giulia, has made this area very rich from the wine production point of view. He was capable of great ingenuity, an experienced manager both in the public field and in the private one. He was keen on humanities and despite his riches, he stayed a humble and private person.
Double room with a balcony that looks directly into the Langhe.
Giulia di Barolo is a direct descendant of Colbert family, know since 1459 and enlightened in XVII century by Jean-Baptist Colbert, famous and big minister of Louis XIV. Already in 1588 the Colbert family was flourishing from the commercial point of view of wines, cloth and silk; commercial activities carried on after centuries by Juliette who, besides her charity works, gave to the Langhe area a marvelous historical period from the food and wine point of view.
Deluxe double room with wrought iron bed and small balcony overlooking the hills.
Thanks to him, together with Cavour and to the Marquises, we owe the birth of the modern Barolo around 1830. French winemaker and wine dealer in Genoa, Louis Claude Odart is a very mysterious character. Remembered above all for his cunning in the piedmont wine environment, he remained in the history for his experiments on the Langhe wines, above all on the Nebbiolo.
The Earl Vittorio Amedeo Alfieri was an italian playwright, poet and writer. He was a good friend and a regular at the Marquises Falletti di Barolo, with whom he loved talking about Dante, Petrarca, Machiavelli and all the Enlightenment thinkers such as Voltaire, Montesquieu. During his stay in Paris, he was enthusiastic about the French Revolution, but soon, due to the degenerate of the situation, he started to have a deep aversion towards France. He came back to Italy, where he continued to write, in opposition to the Napoleonic regime. He died in Florence on 1803 and he was interred among the big Italians at the “Basilica di Santa Croce”.
Giulia is beautiful and elegant and she belongs to a french aristocratic family. When her father, with Napoleone’s approval, asks her to get married with a gentleman, a few years older, Giulia didn’t even blink. That man is Carlo Tancredi Falletti, Marquess of Barolo and court chamberlain, with Enlightenment ideas and impeccable integrity. An arranged marriage, but between kindred spirits. While Carlo deals with health and education, Giulia takes care of prostitutes, thieves and killer, locked up in jail, and she teaches them to write and to read. A life spent entirely for the lasts, but she is not only a lady full of zeal and charity, together with her husband dedicated themselves to the production of the famous Barolo.
|Low season||High season**|
|Room||DOUBLE ROOM SINGLE USE per person||DOUBLE OR TWIN ROOM||DOUBLE ROOM SINGLE USE per person||DOUBLE OR TWIN ROOM|
|Classique - Carlo Tancredi Falletti||95€||120€||110€||140€|
|Classique - Juliette Colbert||95€||120€||110€||140€|
|Room Deluxe - Vittorio Alfieri||110€||140€||130€||170€|
|Room Deluxe - Louis Oudart||110€||140€||130€||170€|
|Suite - Camillo Benso||*||230€||*||270€|
|Family room - Marchesi Falletti||*||230€||*||270€|
|0 - 5 years old in baby cot free on request|
|Sofa bed from 6 years and over||50€||80€|
DUS = DOUBLE ROOM SINGLE USE per person
Double = DOUBLE OR TWIN ROOM
from 6 years and over
|DOUBLE ROOM SINGLE USE per person||Double|
0 - 5 anni in culla gratuita e previa richiesta
* not for separate sale
**** Low season from 13 December 2021 to 7 April 2022 | High season from 8 April to 11 December 2022
Our prices include breakfast. Local tax and extra are excluded.
Pets are welcome (subject to room availability): 20€ per day
Our breakfast buffet is opened from 8 am to 10,30 am with fresh and typical products. You can choose if having a sweet or salt breakfast and help yourself with all the cafeteria products.
Should you have particular need or food intolerance, do not hesitate to ask for a special meal.
Begin your day with a rich and healthy breakfast!
What could be better than enjoy yourself admiring our marvelous landscape?