The Hotel Langhe Cherasco, three-star hotel with meeting facilities in the province of Cuneo, is situated in the small town of Cherasco, the site of the 1631 peace treaty marking the end of the war of succession of Monferrato and of the armistice with Napoleon Bonaparte in 1796.
Cherasco is a favourite with lovers of antiques. The town hosts one of the most important antique markets in Italy, with hundreds of stalls (as many as 500 at the March 2013 edition).
Cherasco lies right at the centre of the province of Cuneo, Italy's third-largest province after Bolzano and Foggia (which is why, in Piedmont, it is referred to as ""la Granda""). The roots and the history of this region are clearly reflected in its rich heritage of food and wine, history and natural beauty.
To enjoy a real taste of Piedmont, be sure to visit the medieval villages that dot the hills of the Langhe (in the Piedmontese dialect the word ""langa"" means ""hill), taste the local wines, cheese and meat or try a cookery course.