Stayed there for 2 nights this past weekend.
The B&B is right on the outskirts of Domodossla and is clean,modern (but in classic style with high ceilings) very well kept grounds and buildings, safe,in a secure compound.
Rooms are good and very clean...sparklingly clean.
Shower has plenty of hot water and good pressure but you might want to bring your own soap and shampoo.
Located down in the valley, abutting a hill, with grapevines and terraced gardens in the back along with a good view of the surrounding Piedmont Alps.
There was even a chicken coop behind the place with some very large good looking white hens where you will likely get your eggs from if you request.
From the train station it is a long walk or a short cab ride and the owners will pick you up if requested.
Room had double doors opening to a balcony with a nice view,was well heated,that you could control yourself, and the bed was good, was quiet at night and I got two good nights sleep.
There was a breakfast room just outside the entrance,with a courtyard with chairs and tables so you can eat outside on a nice day.
Breakfast was typical Italian but if you asked they will make you bacon and eggs.
The owners speak no English so to reserve go to web site and send request via e mail and they will answer.
I understood them even without speaking Italian and they were kind folk and it is obvious that they cared for their clients and were proud of their establishment...as they well should be, and for a price that is hard to beat.
Go on the weekend and use it as a base to explore the area and go to the market on on Saturday.
The market has been running every weekend since around 900 AD so plenty of history around.
Another interesting fact, about the people from Domodossla, is that they fiercely resisted the Nazis during World War 2 and suffered greatly for it.
They have my utmost respect for that, so go and enjoy.
Plenty of good places to eat too!