This house is late nineteenth century and from the road you can see only the big iron gate: once inside you enter into the hall with brick vaults, lit by an old lamp. The garden overlooks the rear wing currently the B & B, which was once a chapel, of which remain the original exposed brick walls in the rooms. These and the overhanging roof terrace, look toward the woods and country across the valley, and the only noise to disturb you are the wind in the leaves or the singing of birds, cicadas and crickets at night. The recent renovation has just been completed, and aims to combine an intimate and cozy ambiance with contemporary comfort. Azzano is located along the Wine Route Astesana, through the valley of Tanaro - which can be reached on foot in a few minutes - and crosses an area producing wine of exceptional quality. Fragrant white truffles and their location, which farmers seek with their dogs, are jealously kept secrets.