Via Camalavicina, 7
Location and style
Our B&B is located near the lake, with lavish spa waters and facilities (Parco Termale Villa Dei Cedri), rich in archaeological sites and buildings of great architectural merit, in a location with a spectacular view, in the old city centre nearby Campagna. "Villa Rossella" is a building of the past where the magic of history blends with modern amenities.
Travellers staying with us will be able to be amazed by the work of our artisans, enjoy the scenery and experience local cuisine on various food and wine tours, catch cultural events and exhibitions, wander amid the scents and sounds of the area's many gardens.
Nearby our guests will find monuments and places of interest for culture vultures sports centres and gyms for keeping fit.
Our property is the perfect place, for a dream vacation in a discreet, romantic setting, for travellers who take a break to be pampered in a discreet, refined locations, if you're looking to spend time in untouched nature.
Accommodation features
We offer our customers en-suite bathroom in every room, free Wi-Fi, heating rooms, guests are free to return at any time of night, car park, parking slot, well-tended garden.

Relax and feel better in direct contact with nature when you use the pool area.
Why not try some of these activities while you're here: cycling/mountain-biking.
Our rooms
In the air-conditioned rooms our guests find hair dryer, internet access, TV, mirror with luggage rack, mini-bar.
We have room for up to 20 guests in:
1 room "Villa Rossella" will accommodate 6 people
1 room "Camera Superior Matrimoniale" will accommodate 4 people
1 room "Camera Just Married" will accommodate 3 people
1 room "Camera Matrim. Indipendente" will accommodate 2 people
1 room "Camera Matrim. Rosa " will accommodate 2 people
1 room "Camera Matrim. Extra" will accommodate 3 people
Disabled access.
Hosts will provide the information needed in Italian and in English, French.
Getting around
The location makes our facility easy to reach from the nearby motorway "Highway A4".
Declared by the Innkeeper