Solare B&B Apartment in Turin Italy
Ca' Solare B&B Apartment Turin Italy Bed and Breakfast Lodgings Accommodations
Hosts: Dario and Maria
Address: via Vercelli 15 Brusasco, Turin (Torino) 10020 Italy
Telephone: (+39) 335 7669739,
Activities/Attractions: You will be astonished by the daring lines of a style that, from the late 17th century, transformed Turin into one of the capitals of Baroque art. Magnificent Royal Residences and imposing church domes bear witness to the greatness of architects such as Guarino Guarini, Filippo Juvarra and Ascanio Vitozzi.
Turin is a city that became, from Roman camp and medieval town, the first capital of Italy, in 1861. Immerse yourself in the history of the period in a visit to Palazzo Carignano, where the magnificent chamber of the First Sub alpine Parliament is still intact. For starters, Turin offers:
General Information: Welcome to Ca' Solare B&B Apartment ... located on an old farm typical of the Piemonte region, nestled in the Monferrato hills in Turin, Italy. Our house, originally built in 1850, was recently restored to its historic character.
We're surrounded by hilltown, Romanic churches, castles and traditional farms, which produce some of Italy's finest as wines, cheeses, truffles and hazel-nuts. Our own garden is available for guests, with a ping-pong table and a dart game, and we are surrounded by beautiful walking trails. We offer:
There are also two nearby swimming pools. Inside, the sitting room is available for breakfast and relaxing ... you can read, listen to music or simply talk together in front of the ancient fireplace.
Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard.
Rates: (Prices quoted in Euros)
A continental breakfast for two is included.
"We spent two weeks at Ca' Solare, and had the time of our lives. Cristina and Dario are consummate hosts, true to the very best spirit of Italian agriturismo. We relaxed as if at home in the adjoining living and dining rooms, with their traditional brick-vaulted ceiling and farmhouse fireplace. This charming cascina is enveloped by the restful beauty of the surrounding countryside, just moments from an seemingly endless (and largely untouristed) collection of medieval hill towns, nature parks, and the former royal palaces. The local wine is legendary, and well reflected in hearty country breakfasts and refined lunches and dinners served at Ca Solare and the nearby restaurants. We hated to leave, and plot endlessly to return."