he Hotel-Restaurant Palazzo di Mezzo, a fascinating historical house of the eighteenth century, is based in Carrù, the country dubbed "Door of Langa" and known for the National Fair of the Fat Ox. Site in the town center, the hotel offers the pleasure of staying in the late eighteenth century, including authentic period furniture, coffered ceilings and vaulted staircases, imposing walls and niches. Wherever the clay of brick tells centuries of history. The restaurant offers a cuisine that follows the oldest Piedmontese tradition, with typical dishes prepared in the presentation to taste them at their best. The quality of the structure and the favorable position in the low Cuneo, mean that lends itself as an optimal base for leisure or business trips. The family also favors an attentive and discrete service.