Il Boscareto Resort & Spa

5 nights
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5 star hotels

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Countryside

Activities/Interests

Food & Wine, Wellness

Highlights

Enjoy a luxurious stay in the heart of Piedmont’s famous Langhe wine area, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

A Michelin restaurant serving up classic Piedmontese dishes, with an Apulian twist.

A well-equipped spa perfect for relaxing body and mind whilst simultaneously appreciating stunning views of the Langhe countryside.

Rooms:

38 between doubles and Suites

From

from £960 per person

Including

5 nights sharing a Superior double room

Fully comprehensive car hire arranged at the airport

Daily Breakfast

Travel planning

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Wine tasting and truffle hunting

Combining the Langhe region with a city break in Turin

Overview

Nestled amidst the picturesque vineyards of the famous Langhe wine area, Il Boscareto hotel is the perfect place to stay if you’re looking for stunning views across the Piedmont countryside.

 

It’s the ideal base for those who want to explore the region’s many boutique wineries which produce exquisite varieties such as Nebbiolo, Barbera, Barolo and Barbaresco, or if you want to head into the nearby city of Alba, famous for its Roman history, and its exclusive white truffle.

 

But aside from the surrounding areas, there are also plenty of attractions and sumptuous facilities to enjoy at Il Boscareto itself. You can rejuvenate your body and mind at the resort’s spa, which features a heated pool, hot tub, Finnish sauna and Turkish bath, as well as Technogym equipment, all of which can be enjoyed whilst admiring stunning natural surroundings.

 

Or, if you’re more into relaxing with a glass of vino in hand than on a massage table, you can head to the Sunsì Lounge Bar which serves everything from morning coffee to aperitifs at sunset.

Rooms

With walls covered in sumptuous horizontal striped wallpaper in hues ranging from plush pinks and purples to warm oranges, the rooms at Il Boscareto Resort are all stream lined and colour-coordinated to perfection.

 

For an intimate holiday for two, book into one of the Superior Rooms, which boast wide windows overlooking the geometric precision of Langhe’s rolling vineyards. Or if you fancy a little more space, you may choose from Il Boscareto’s wide range of suites, the most luxurious of which is the Platinum Suite.

 

Situated in the resort’s loft, the Platinum suite offers panoramic views across the countryside from its balcony. It even boasts a Bang and Olufsen sound system, meaning guests can lose themselves in state-of-the-art soundwaves whilst relaxing in the suite’s very own hot tub!

Dining

Chef Pasquale Laera has been executive chef at Il Boscareto Resort since 2003, and under his leadership the Michelin starred restaurant (named La Rei) has been serving up exquisite meals peculiar to the Langhe area’s unique culinary traditions, which are also fused with features from other Italian regions due to Laera’s Apulian origins.

 

Dishes range from smoked squid to Jerusalem artichoke dumplings, grilled pigeon to guinea fowl with turnips and a foie gras sauce.

 

Your gastronomic journey can them be rounded off with a choice of delicious desserts, from citrus fruit tarts to indulgent chocolate dishes.

 

Serralunga d’Alba sits in the foodie-friendly triangle between Alba, Bra and Barolo. Many places double as fine dining restaurants, wine cellars and agriturismi – the team at Il Boscareto will happily point towards the right direction.

Facilities

Hotel

✓ Restaurant (1 star Michelin)

✓ Buffet breakfast

✓ Bar and terrace

✓ Indoor Pool

✓ Spa

Room

✓ Wi-Fi

✓ Heating / Air Conditioning

✓ Safe

✓ Daily cleaning

✓ Bathtub and shower SPA Kit

Location

Car hire is essential for a stay at the Boscareto Resort. The town of Serralunga d'Alba is 3km away.

 

The small medieval village stands out thanks to its castle, whose outline, which seems to climb upwards, dominates the village.

 

From here, a series of narrow streets form a narrow web of alleys. It appears that the name Serralunga d’Alba, originally Sera Longa, derives from its narrow and long shape.

 

Around the village you can only see the hills, full of vineyards of the great Piedmontese wines.

Free Travel Plan

Selected Value: 500