THE AGRITURISMO In Neviglie, on the magnificent hills of Barbaresco, amidst thriving vineyards, hazelnut trees, and shaded forest, lies the Agriturismo Marcarini. The beautiful building is the result of scrupulous restoration of the old farmstead "Sargentin" and dates back to the 1800s. Elegant, silent, and full of charm, our agriturismo is an idyllic place of absolute tranquility. Our family looks after it with attention and care, and it is the perfect starting point for discovering the magical surrounding territory, rich in flavors and tradition. We are happy to have you as our guests. Here, you will rediscover how to live according to the rhythms of nature in an atmosphere of pleasant courtesy and unexpected poetry. We will offer you the best for a memorable stay. THE ANCIENT FARMHOUSE The building of today's Agriturismo was once the residence of Vittorio Doglio, a sergeant in the Savoy army in the second half of the 1800s who went by the name "Sargentin," or "little sergeant." As often happens, the name given to this man was soon used in reference to the farmhouse he occupied, which today is the Agriturismo Marcarini. Doglio added considerable wealth and prestige to the farm, renting out its elegant rooms to travelers, in particular to those who partook of the healing properties of Dolcetto and the naturally occurring sulfur water. Enchanted by the beauty of the house and surrounding environment, we acquired the property in 1995. Following reconstruction and recovery works, today the farmhouse has returned to its past splendor. ACCOMODATION The Agriturismo Marcarini has six spacious and welcoming rooms with characteristics that make them each warm, cozy, and unique. Shades and colors were carefully chosen with meticulous attention to detail so as to recreate the traditional atmosphere of the old, noble houses of Piedmont. All rooms are non-smoking, but we dedicate some smoking areas for our guests. Each room is equipped with free Wi-Fi, flatscreen satellite television, comfortable beds, a minibar, and telephone. Four-legged friends are welcome if they are respectful and well behaved.