Hotel Langhe

Address: Strada Profonda 21 , Alba, Piedmont, 12051, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Strada Profonda 21 , Alba, is near Grinzane di Cavour.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Langhe Alba

    Reviewed by kayschaffer

    Refuge from the mountains

    Reviewed Sep 10, 2013
    by (2 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    On Friday we headed for sant Pierre in the alps, hoping to spend 3 days visiting Parco Gran Paradiso and viewing the mountains. But the fates intervened. Firstly, our B&B B Barberi had the kindest, most helpful host who spent much time dialoging with me through the I translate app, searching for weather forecasts and suggesting itineraries that were not too demanding. But, alas, she could not change the weather, nor the hard as a rock mattress that failed to bring sleep. So, with reluctance, we moved on. Hotel Langhe, set in a green area just on the fringe of the old Roman city of Alba suited fine for 2 days, enabling us to visit the town, tour the extensive Roman ruins, and, for me to get a haircut.

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