Barolo (Cuneo) Code 004013-AGR-00012
Villa Giobatta is a historic, recently renovated house set in Barolo's prestigious Cannubi vineyard.
The historic center of Barolo is within walking distance, but at the same time you will be immersed in the vineyards, the heart of the UNESCO "Langa del Barolo" area.
It can be rented entirely or divided into two units, an ideal place for couples, families or groups looking for a facility at their disposal for ìmedium to long stays in complete autonomy.
The villa can be rented entirely or divided into two units: APARTMENT ALBA 4 and APARTMENT BAROLO 4
VILLA GIOBATTA: with the rental of the entire villa you will have at your disposal the two units Alba 4 and Barolo 4 with exclusive use of the sun terrace with outdoor Jacuzzi (mt. 4x2)
APARTMENT ALBA 4: it is the portion of the villa that looks at the capital of the area, Alba. It is on 2 levels and consists of a double bedroom and bathroom on the ground floor, and a second double bedroom and bathroom on the first floor where there is also a kitchen with a private terrace equipped with barbecue and outdoor furniture to stay outdoors during the warm season. A spiral staircase connects the room on the ground floor to the rooms on the first floor. With the recent restoration of the villa, the rooms have been cared for in every detail, re-proposing the original decorations of walls and ceilings and furnished with period furniture from the local tradition. The apartment, which sleeps 4, has a total floor area of 56.80 square meters and a private terrace of 38.50 square meters.
APARTMENT BAROLO 4: This is the portion of the villa that overlooks the center of the village of Barolo. It is on 2 levels and consists of a double bedroom and bathroom on the ground floor, and a second double bedroom with bathroom on the first floor where there is also a kitchen with a private terrace equipped with barbecue and outdoor furniture to be able to stay outdoors during the warm season. A convenient internal staircase connects the room on the ground floor to the rooms on the first floor. With the recent restoration of the villa, the rooms have been cared for in every detail, re-proposing the original decorations of walls and ceilings and furnished with period furniture from the local tradition. The apartment, which sleeps 4, has a total floor area of 69.30 square meters and a private terrace of 39.50 square meters.
Room and bathroom amenities and services: king-size beds (180x210), air conditioning, flat-screen TVs with satellite decoder, safe, hair dryer, large shower with shower head, facial mirror, complimentary toiletries, bed linens, bath linens.
Kitchen equipment: 4-zone induction cooktop, combi oven, dishwasher, refrigerator, 2-basin sink, coffee pod machine, dishes, pots, glasses, small kitchen tools.
Exterior: Barbecue, table, chairs, sun loungers and deck chairs; access to "solarium" area hot tub.
Common facilities include a laundry room with washer and dryer, a small wine cellar for storing wine bottles, and a garage for bikes or sports equipment. One parking space per housing unit is at your disposal.
In the original cellar on the ground floor, with its characteristic barrel vaults, a kitchen has been equipped, which can be requested for cooking classes or private events.
The "Langa," the cradle of wine tourism, is home to the production area of the now famous Barolo wine, made from the grapes of the Nebbiolo vine, and multiple other fine wines such as our Verduno Pelaverga; this peculiarity makes the landscape unmistakable, and the vineyards become the prince natural element of the landscape. So much so that in 2014 came the prestigious UNESCO recognition for the "Heritage of the Vineyard Landscapes of Langhe-Roero and Monferrato."
Another protagonist is the white truffle of Alba; invisible, not perceptible, it lives hidden in the shade of linden trees, oaks, poplars, willows and hazelnuts. The treasure hunt is reserved for the "trifulao" accompanied by their very precious dogs; by tradition they roam around at night, in the autumn period, in search of the precious tuber.
All the flavors of the area can be found on the tables of the many restaurants and typical trattorias that offer traditional culinary dishes paired with the great wines of the Langa; countless products, cheeses, cured meats, sweet fruit and vegetables etc., have now obtained quality brand recognition. Food and wine lovers will find their moment of pleasure in this area.
"The wine roads," trails that can be traveled on foot, horseback and mountain bike, run through the vine-covered hills of the lower Langa. Traversing the hills embroidered with vineyards, woods and hazelnut groves is a unique thrill, as well as an excuse to discover new and evocative views.With the renewed focus on nature that has been developing in recent years, there could not fail to be a growing interest in trekking and biking, flanked by a multitude of other sports and activities to enjoy outdoors.
Almost every hilltop in the Langa hills is dominated by the bulk of a castle, indicating a robust feudal civilization. Their charm they convey, now participating in the landscape as an essential constituent element; so at least it is for the skyline of some villages such as Barolo, Grinzane Cavour ( UNESCO site), Castiglione Falletto, Serralunga d'Alba, Roddi etc.