WELCOME TO CASCINA BRINGIN

Stylish rooms in full nature

In the heart of the Langhe Monregalesi, surrounded by vineyards, meadows and forests, there is a beautiful house dating back to 1600, once a summer residence of the aristocratic family Blengini and now carefully restored by the current owners.
A part of the structure has been adapted to the hospitality of the Bed & Breakfast in Mondovì.
In addition to the unforgettable panorama that can be enjoyed from every room, a large garden with a gazebo surrounds the B&B, making it even more enjoyable and relaxing.
Mondovì Piazza
Terrace
 
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CASCINA BRINGIN NEAR THE MARITIME ALPS

The Cascina Bringin bed and breakfast offers an interesting starting point to discover a characteristic corner of the Maritime Alps

Our Cascina Bringin bed and breakfast in Mondovì will surprise you: it is very easy to reach either by car or by train. In the heart of the Langa Monregalese, a charming place among the hills and enjoying the landscape of Mondovì, you will find the perfect place for your stay. Our bed and breakfast is also the ideal destination to undertake comfortable daily trips nearby with absolute beauty trails in the area of Monregalese.

You need about 30 minutes driving from Mondovì to reach Garessio: a small town where the sources of St. Bernard emerge, in the upper Tanaro Valley, you can visit the old town rich in ancient and monumental churches and see many medieval buildings of great interest. The Sanctuary of Valsorda, the first dome in reinforced concrete in Italy, the oratory of San Rocco of the 18th century, the Polti palace, the church of St. Catherine built by the Architect Gallo, the church of St. Anthony dating back to 1651, the church of the Assumption, the confraternity of San Giovanni, the Carrara square, the Town Hall and Villa Gobbi worth a visit.

Going up the main road 28 you arrive in this extraordinary town: Ormea, center of the Maritime Alps, with its strange heart shape. Affected by the neighboring Liguria, both in food and language, Ormea is very interesting for its historic center: the ancient gateway to the city, inside the bell tower in the Romanesque church of San Martino in Gothic style. You can enjoy little squares and winding streets with beautiful views, and do not miss Piazza Nuova with its cobblestones and its fountains. The Ormea black marble statues were made by teachers and students of the Academy of Fine Arts of Turin and other artists, and placed in all the gardens. Passing through Garessio you can reach Valcasotto, famous for its Savoy palace.