A 5 thousand inhabitants small town with traditional agricultural economy set in Piedmont, North-West Italy. Close to Alba, the White Truffle homeland, just by a few Kilometres, Santo Stefano has a millennial and peculiar identity. It's the last town of Langhe territory, and its economy is based on Moscato Bianco grapes harvesting, used to produce an excellence exported throughout the world: Moscato d'Asti DOCG wine.
Diving into the Langhe lands, from the balconies of Your rooms you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Belbo Valley hills. A view you can also enjoy from the kitchen and the bedroom, and to be explored by foot, by car or by bike.
Local Food and Drinks and Tastings
Our town's typical restaurants do not just offer the best of the Italian Cuisine but especially our traditional meals, such as plin ravioli, truffle tajarin and hazelnuts based desserts.
Our territory's wine bars will be more than glad to host you with wine tastings and vineyards tour guides.
Cesare Pavese Literature
Santo Stefano and its hills, homeland of one of the most important writer of the Italian 1900s, are retold many times in Cesare Pavese's books, especially in his most famous work "The Moon and the Bonfires".
Live an unforgettable stay among Langhe vineyards. From our apartments you will enjoy a breathtaking view of Santo Stefano Belbo hills, declared UNESCO World Heritage.