In the year 2000, Pierflavio and Giuliana Gallina bought a bug farmstead dating back to the second half of the 19th century, surrounded by fields, hazel groves and vineyards, not far from La Morra, the "capital" of Barolo wine, in the heart of the Langhe area. This endless sea of hills, together with those of the Roero and Monferrato, give form and life to a unique territory in the world, which recently became part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In 2005, they launched their rooms and breakfast service in a part of the dwelling, reserving the top of the building to the Atelier, where Pierflavio creates his artistic works that then he exposes in many Italian and foreign cities.
Pierflavio, Giuliana and their daughter Alessandra live and work here, with the wavy and scenic countryside around, with castles on top of the hills and, a little farther on, clearly visible, the Alps, white or dark depending on the season, the light and time.
To their Guests, hosted as close friends, but always with elegance and discretion, Pierflavio and Giuliana reserve the quiet, the silence, the smells, the good products of nature and, with pleasure, all those services and helpful tips for visiting the area and enjoying a nice vacation.