A castle built in XVII th century.
Castelletto is a castle built in XVII th century, in the Pinerolo countryside, where there used to be
the border between France and Savoy, and now between Buriasco and Pinerolo,
not far away from the town of Turin.
This home has been lived for more than a century by a family of great equestrians traditions,
and now offers Bed&Breakfast accommodation in a renovated structure,
built over the ancient firewood bakery furnace, outings in
horse drawn carriages and driving lessons to teach
the long rein skills with single or pair horses.
The mansion, in the heart of a wide farm estate, is completed by a horse stable with seven boxes,
a historic harness room and by a carriage house with several carriages
and sleights, both ancient and modern for driving competition.
Castelletto lies in Pinerolo on the road to Buriasco and is
easily recognizable by the long plane tree-lined alley
leading to the mansion.