Welcome to Villa Bergolo your holiday in Blangera, a localita of the Bergolo Comune.
We have restored this - over 100 year old, traditional piemonte stone villa as a retreat for your enjoyment.
The villa was the 'farm house' of a hazlenut plantation. It has spectacular views across the Bormida valley which forms part of the 'Alta Langa' (Upper Langhe), characterized by rolling hills, vineyards and winding roads which deliver breath taking scenery around every corner - famous for its mediaeval castles, wines, cheeses, gourmet foods, truffles... and Hazlenuts.

Deana & Lee

We invite you to spend your next holiday with us, we offer lovely bedrooms with generous sized en-suite. Our bed & breakfast come with a breakfast to start your day right before you decided what to do with your day. .Villa Bergolo is surrounded by woods and Hazelnut groves. For guests who want to relax in nature, the Villa is big enough to wander around, explore the woodland, and absorb the tranquil atmosphere. You can spend the day in the surroundings of Villa Bergolo, relaxing, chilling out and stepping back in time. There are plenty of places around Villa Bergolo where by you can sit back and read a book or just take in the amazing views..This soft gentle area has a lot to offer.
The Medieval Village of Bergolo is 616 meters above sea level, it sit on the ridge with one side being the Uzzone Valley, the other side the Valbormida, Villa Bergolo lays on the Valbormida side around 400 metres above sea level.. On a clear day from Bergolo you can see the Alpine mountains.
Villa Bergolo is situated only a 5 minute drive outside the Medieval village of Bergolo with an outdoor swimming pool, a pizzeria, wine shop that sell a fine selection and a restaurant, through the summer months you will be able to go to one of the live musical concerts…
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If you 'go into town' you'll find the natives are very personable and friendly as Laura did: Indeed, it's hard not to feel part of the community. If you go here... you can find out much more, or, 'Look around' the tourist office.

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