An exclusive, elegant and reserved mansion.
A beauty that does not have to be underlined nor explained, it is revealed little by little, while walking along the corridors, going up the stairs, entering the suffused atmosphere of the rooms.
If only you approach the windows and pull the curtains aside: you will be enchanted by a landscape of gentle hills from which the impressive elliptical dome of the Sanctuary of Vicoforte stands out together with the Monastery of the Cistercian Monks and the complex of buildings which surrounds the church square.
Carlo Emanuele I married Caterina, Infanta of Spain, and they had ten children.
The Historic House was dedicated to Margherita, their eldest daughter, who was so attached to Vicoforte to leave a considerable legacy to the Cistercian Monks when she died.
Each room of the house is dedicated to a member of the royal family. Entering this house is like plunging into the history of the Savoy dynasty.
The rooms of Duchessa Margherita are Romantic Deluxe, Petite Suite and Classic.
Each of them has got a special planimetry, original antiques and a unique atmosphere; every room is fit with a wooden floor, beds with ergonomic mattresses, a period fireplace, a shower or a hydro massage bath with chromotherapy.
One of the rooms has got a balcony overlooking the hills, one is fitted with a golden mirror, one can boast a Louis XVI style chest of drawers, and there is also a small suite with a dressing room.