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In the beautiful city of Frascati in the heart of the Castelli Romani, there is a place where relaxation combines with the desire to live: the Relaxing B & B.

The holiday, the perfect stay for adults and children. We are located a few steps from the main square of Frascati and offer a comfortable and welcoming accommodation; we are available to satisfy every request, so that your stay is full of comfort and good living.

Relaxing B&B can accommodate up to 8 guests in its splendid three rooms, all tastefully furnished and equipped with private bathroom with shower, cable TV and free internet access.

To enrich the whole you will find a kitchen, always at your disposal, where in the morning a rich breakfast will be served with typical local products.

Finding ourselves in the heart of Frascati our customers will be immersed in the artistic beauty of Frascati and will have at their disposal the best commercial services (supermarkets and bars, post offices and banks, restaurants, cinemas and various shops).

We are well connected to the Capital - by train - with Rome's Termini Station, which can be reached in just 10 minutes, or by public transport, to the Anagnina underground station.

Our structure is adjacent to the ancient Villa Aldobrandini of Frascati and is just minutes from all the villas of Tuscany (Villa Falconieri, Villa Grazioli, Villa Lancellotti, Villa Mondragone, Villa Torlonia).

Positioned at the foot of Mount Tuscolo, it will be easy to organize walks and excursions in direct contact with unspoiled nature. If you prefer a more medieval style, we suggest you visit the Greek Abbey of San Nilo in nearby Grottaferrata, founded in 1004 by monks from Byzantine Calabria.

But the Castelli Romani are also famous for the towns that rise on the lakes of volcanic origin, such as Castel Gandolfo, the Pope's summer residence, which overlooks Lake Albano. When the weather permits, it is worth taking a bath here or renting a canoe and maybe relaxing in one of the many caf├ęs that line the lake.

For a suggestive view of the surrounding greenery and blue, but also for a taste of Roman history, do not miss the delicious Nemi. This town overlooks the homonymous lake from above, on whose banks stands the Museum of Roman Ships.

Beyond villas, ancient ruins and breathtaking views, the Castelli Romani are known for cooking and for the white wine that is produced in these areas.
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