Now Taking Reservations for May 2019 and Beyond
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“An experience you can’t get any place else”
“Walk out of time and into the past where the future you know is available …
Experience the Art of Elegance at Castello Di Casalborgone“
This is our largest and most decadent of rooms. You’ll never forget the expansive vaulted ceilings restored to retain their original painting. The room features a luxuriously soft king-sized four poster bed and a generous seating area in front of the marble fireplace.The bathroom features his and hers basins, is fully lined in marble and delivers a wonderfully large soaking tub. There is a large separate walk in shower…
Relax and explore the historic library of the castle and its 7,200 books (some from as far back as 1622!). The library has been beautifully restored as part of the renovation of the castle.
DEEPLY PLEASURABLE FINE DINING
Dine like royalty in the heart of Piedmont’s glorious countryside. Acclaimed international chef, Simone Perdomo, tantalizes with delicious regional specialties and sophisticated global flavours, generously complemented by a stellar wine list and incomparable elegance in every detail…
Castello di Casalborgone dates form 999 and has an incredible history of noble families, of wars, of parties, of extreme beauty and life through time. Many different people and influences have been part of the castle in different eras. However, for the past 20 years, the castle has been uninhabited and neglected, left to its own rest. After the last year of renovation fine care and attention paid to details, the castle has awoken to thrive again in splendor and elegance.
The castle is nestled in the Piemonte Region in Northern Italy and is an easy 30 minute drive from Turin, or 1 hour and 30 minutes from Milan.
This region has recently been adopted as part of UNESCO’s Man and the Biosphere Programme (MAB) that aims to “combine the natural and social sciences, economics and education to improve human livelihoods and the equitable sharing of benefits, and to safeguard natural and managed ecosystems, thus promoting innovative approaches to economic development that are socially and culturally appropriate, and environmentally sustainable.