We had a lovely stay at the place in July 2016 - 2 adults and 2 children. Lovely relaxing, and at times we had the pool to ourselves. Mostly other Danes at the place, but several Italians came and enjoyed the food on Fri-Sundays. The rooms were completely plain, but worked fine. The bathroom was completely newly renovated/ nice. Could with advantage have been installed a small kitchenette and fridge. We asked for a fridge, and within 1 hour we had a small minibar/fridge, so that was nice. Lovely pool, and well-maintained. A bit solitary, so the place requires a car, but you are in complete peace, and free for lots of tourists. Breakfast is typically Italian (mostly pastries!), but in return, lunch and dinner are fantastic. 20 euro for 3- courses of delicious Italian food - also for children. Only downside was wifi, which was very bad, and only worked sometimes by the pool and restaurant. Lots of places to go; Rome, Tivoli and Morricone. Nearest town Nerola is also worth a visit.
Small restaurant at the square has good pizzas, lovely life at the square in the evening. If you have a bit of a bigger budget, the restaurant at the castle in the town (5-starred hotel) could be an option- great view.
Restaurant Fetini in the town of Morricone (about 7 km. away) made great food and great view of the valley.
The waterworld Hydromania about 70 km. away was also great.
|Agriturismo Il Bagolaro|
|Clean and tidy|
|The actual accommodation at Agriturismo Il Bagolaro|
|Room with terrace (breakfast included)|
|Facilities on site|
|Internet access / Wi-Fi|
|Swimming pool (can be open in season only)|
|Travel period||July 2016|
|Number of travellers||2 adults, 2 children|