Casa della Capra is a destination for Art, Bike and Cuisine lovers. Located in a 1910 house converted into a modern, comfortable and welcoming guesthouse and restaurant, we offer true hospitality and the opportunity to explore the territory through transforming experiences. Book a stay at our guesthouse, book a table at the restaurant, sign up for an exciting new experience... or combine them all into a unique journey! Patricia, Felipe and the team will make sure you have an unforgettable experience.
Convivial Food| Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner | Picnic | Tastings | Events | Sports Nutrition
Breakfast | Amenities | Minibar | Air Conditioning | Sky TV | WiFi | Free Parking | 1 Wheelchair Accessible Room | Charger Point Bike/Car |SPA
The kitchen is the heart of the house, it's where we share flavours, traditions and knowledge. Our menu is based on healthy, locally produced food to be enjoyed with friends and family. To go along with our convivial food philosophy, we offer a calendar of cooking classes and food tastings with the best of Italian wine.
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Val Grande Park
Produttori di vino
Meditation and Healing Center
With a background in Architecture and a Fine Arts degree awarded in London in 2015, she is responsible for the interior design and curation of the artworks around the house. This website and other graphic design works on social media were also made by her. She cultivates a creative environment in the house by offering Art Residencies and Workshops as well as collaborations with artists and designers.
Parallel to the family business she keeps developing her practice, focusing in textile and botanic arts. Patricia is also interested in sustainability, healthy eating and mindfulness.
A cook and cyclist, sometimes a gardener and a handyman. Felipe never stops.
Before Casa Della Capra he was already running Bike&Food tours, guiding groups through beautiful landscapes and delicious food at its source.
His passion for Italian cuisine dates back to childhood, but it was only after he finished a degree in Economics that he attended ICIF (cookery school) in southern Piedmont. Previous experiences include working on the food and beverage sector, hosting a TV cooking show and as a personal chef.