A small luxury hotel in an 11th-century castle in the enchanting Barolo and Barbaresco vineyards.
Perfectly located between Barolo and Barbaresco wine zones, Hotel Castello Di Sinio is surrounded by lovely vineyards and picturesque landscapes. Its location makes it an ideal jump-off point to popular vineyards, wineries, historical residences, castles, and fortresses in the Le Langhe area.
The 4-star hotel is set in a renovated 12th-century castle, which is one of the oldest castles in Langhe and is the only castle in the area that has been transformed into a hotel. The interiors are refurbished according to the castle’s medieval charm. It features original stone walls, terracotta floors, and timbers, highlighted with period decor, classic fabrics, and antique furniture. The rooms and suites are individually designed and elegantly furnished.
The hotel has a gourmet restaurant and a snack bar. It also has beautiful gardens on its castle grounds and a relaxing outdoor pool. Discover Langhe and book wine tours, wine tasting and vineyard visits, trekking, biking, and Vespa rentals at the hotel.
The renovated 12th-century castle has retained its original character and features like stone walls, timber, and terracotta floors. The interiors and rooms highlight the castle’s medieval charm, furnished with period decor, antique furniture, and classic fabrics.
The hotel offers one of the most unique and satisfying dining experiences in the Barolo and Barbaresco wine. The restaurant serves a full breakfast and a la carte dinner menu. They also have a snack and bar menu. Complete your dining experience with a glass of fine wine.
Located in the comune of Sinio in Langhe, the castle hotel is surrounded by the vineyards of Barolo and Barbaresco wine zones. It is an ideal location for wine tastings, vineyard tours, hiking, and trekking.
Superior Double Room
Chapel Suite (2 Adults)
Executive Double Room
Royal Junior Suite
Deluxe Junior Suite
Castle Junior Suite
Loft Suite (4 adults)
Sinio, Cuneo, Italy
Pardini Vini e Cucina highlights the tastes and traditions of the region. Set in an elegant dining, the restaurant offers a unique dining experience in Barolo and Barbaresco wine zones. The traditional cuisine of the region is brightened and lightened for modern sensibilities, using fresh and locally grown ingredients. The restaurant serves an a la carte dinner menu, as well as a snack and bar menu.
Set on the castle grounds, surrounded by flower gardens, the outdoor pool is a perfect spot to relax, unwind, and enjoy. Whether you’re swimming or simply relaxing on the lounger, you can enjoy stunning views of the surrounding vineyards and landscapes.
Chapel of Barolo is one of the eye-catching local attractions in the region. This small church was built in dedication to Our Lady of Graces. It also used to be a refuge for farmers. Worn down by abandonment and town, the ruined and now deconsecrated chapel was turned into a work of art by two contemporary artists.
Castle of Grinzane Cavour was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2014. This medieval fortification is one of the finest architectural structures in Langhe. The central tower, which was built in the 11th century, is the oldest part of the castle. There’s a restaurant on the first floor and a museum on the upper floor. The museum displays objects relating to local rural culture, relics from the Cavour period, and the history of wines in Langhe during the Roman era.
Castello di Serralunga d'Alba looks imposing atop a ridge of the hill overlooking the vineyards and the village. Considered one of the best preserved 14th century noble castles in Piedmont, the castle is known for its unique architectural structure, which is similar to that of a French donjon.