Casa Ressia is an agriturismo that was built in 2003 by carefully renovating a typical L-shaped farmhouse.
The house’s architectural features have been carefully preserved in a complete renovation reclaiming its original materials such as roof tiles, bricks and stone.
It is an ideal spot for rest, relaxation and regeneration, where guests are invited to make themselves at home and appreciate to the full everything that the area and the local culture have to offer.
With this project our family wanted to share the old traditions handed down for generations at the ancient farmhouse of Nonno Carlo and Nonna Immacolata.
The farm covers more than 3 hectares of land where we grow vines, nuts, vegetables and fruit, used to prepare delicious jams, preserves and local products.
The farm was founded after the war in a small village in Piedmont, located on the Altavilla hills, in the area of Alba, and surrounded by vines and nuts, changing their appearance together with the four seasons.
A very old path running by here links Alba to the Barbaresco wine-growing area, and interesting archaeological Roman artefacts found not far off during the last century – in Regione Belnuovo – are now kept in Alba’s Eusebio Museum.
Today this path is marked on maps for walkers and cyclists, copies of which are available to guests, along with all the other tourist information relating to this area that can help make your stay as complete and enjoyable as possible.
Every morning you can enjoy your breakfast in a peaceful and cosy dining room or, in the summer, on the beautiful terrace overlooking the Langhe. Federica and Alessandro will be happy to offer top quality handmade products such as biscuits, local cakes, jams, bread and typical product from the Langhe, such as cold cuts and cheeses, accompanied by tea, milk, coffee, yogurt and fruit juices