The CASA A SUD is a little old cottage, built from natural stones, with 50 sqm living space over two floors. It is situated opposite the main building and on one side faces the little “piazza” while the other side of the house is very intimate and protected from view, looking over the expansive Piemontesian landscape.

The bathroom is equipped with shower and toilet; bed linen and towels will be provided. The house with it’s beautiful semi-circular, large windows, which have been maintained in their original shape after restoration, it’s lovingly selected furnishings and the main rooms facing south make this a very special, private place.


General Benefits

  • WiFi/WLAN is available to our guests free of charge.
  • Parking is free of charge.
  • It is possible to order fresh bread for breakfast.
  • It is possible to buy various homemade jams, pickled vegetables, dried fruits/vegetables, pesto, sugo and wine from the farm. Further we have depending upon season various fruits and vegetables from our garden.
  • We help organise e-bikes for beautiful tours.
  • Swimming pool with salt water treatment.
  • Drinking water facility from which all guests may help themselves.

  • For all lovers of smoothies and fresh juices: In the morning there is a juicer and an electric citrus juicer available at a central location in the Cascina, so that our guests can press or mix the fruits and vegetables they have bought or brought along for breakfast.
  • If we have hobby chefs as guests who need additional equipment (blender, blender, slicer, vacuum cleaner, etc.) - we have (almost) everything available and can be hired.
  • All apartments have a radio/CD device with smartphone connection (Bluetooth/USB cable).
  • It is possible to wash laundry (5,00 € per wash cycle).

Availability and price

Price (2 persons): € 145,-/night, 890,-/week
plus final cleaning/extra charges according to list
(see rental conditions).

Marc & Rita from Belgium

"We had a wonderful stay here at Cascina Grassi. Everything is beautiful here. Look at the ´small´ things in houses, churches, restaurants. Details are important, as important as the wide views on the vineyards."