Turin and Piedmont
From the drama of Turin’s baroque palaces to the fertile lands and bountiful produce of Piedmont’s countryside, this is a region of diverse landscapes and sights, each more beautiful than the last. Turin’s grand squares and tree-lined boulevards are perfect spots to enjoy its fine dining and cafe culture, a culinary obsession that extends beyond the buzz of the city to the rolling hills beyond.
Relais San Maurizio
Santo Stefano Belbo, Piedmont, Italy
An ancient monastery dating back to 1619, Relais San Maurizio has been lovingly converted into an idyllic escape in the Piedmont countryside, boasting a Michelin-starred restaurant as well as an innovative wellness and medical spa.
Castello di Guarene
Guarene, Piedmont, Italy
Perched loftily atop a hill and overlooking the rolling vineyards and forests of Langhe, Castello di Guarene is housed in an imposing 18th century palace, its twelve rooms offering regal opulence and captivating views.
Relais Villa d’Amelia
Piedmont, Northern Italy
Surrounded by the rolling hills, woods and hazelnut groves of Piedmont’s Langhe region, Relais Villa d’Amelia sits atop a ridge with spectacular views while a Michelin starred restaurant, spa, gardens and picturesque pool create a countryside idyll.