During the month of July the Guesthouse Settevie organize on site for guests dinners with typical dishes of Piedmontese cuisine accompanied by wines from Azienda Agricola Orlando Abrigo.
Reservations are required.
A typical farm of the Langhe area, recently renovated and close to Orlando Abrigo's winery, the guesthouse is located in Treiso, just 8 km from Alba, in the heart of the Langhe. Here the Abrigo family will welcome you with its five double rooms with catered breakfast. An apartment is also available, with two rooms for 2-3 guests, as well as a suite equipped for self-catering purposes. Both apartments have a panoramic terrace. Here you will enjoy a quiet atmosphere, ideal for a holiday of complete relax, in direct contact with nature and the warm hospitality of the Abrigo family.
All rooms are en-suite and with shower; interior furnishings are in the traditional Piedmont style, with unique details and all comforts. The room "Nonna Rina", ample and comfortable, includes a solarium-balcony. The "Suite", measuring more than 40 square meters, and the two "twin" rooms, Orly and Magda, overlook a large terrace which opens directly on the beautiful landscape of the Langhe. The room "Nonna Meme", intimate and romantic, completes our offer.
Surrounded by gorgeous vineyards, the luxurious property pool is located in a panoramic position on the hills of Alba, offering an astonishing view of the Alps and of the mount Monviso.
The rich breakfast, complemented by a selection of cheeses and meats, is directly served by Mrs. Maddalena in the large living room, with a panoramic veranda. The property also offers an ample parking lot.
All guests are obviously welcome to visit Orlando Abrigo's cellars.
Hiking and biking excursions throughout the vineyards are also possible. Horse riding and golf can be practiced in nearby facilities.
In 2012, the Foresteria Settevie gained the Ecolabel European certification (n. IT/025/324), a standard mark for those projects which comply to the strict criteria of energetic sustainability regulated by the communitarian norms. This is particularly referred to the project of restoration curated by the architect Luisa Abrigo.