Finding an ideal bed and breakfast in Trevignano Romano does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Casa Plazzi, a nice option for travellers like you.
Rooms at Casa Plazzi offer air conditioning.
For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out AgriRistoro Il Casaletto, one of the barbeque restaurants that can be found in Trevignano Romano, which is a short distance from Casa Plazzi.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular history museums such as Museo Etrusco-Romano Di Trevignano Romano.
Casa Plazzi puts the best of Trevignano Romano at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
If you want hotel glitz, plumbing and levels of service, don't choose this place. However, if you want a wonderfully relaxing stay within a true Italian home, read on. We stayed with our two children for six nights. The rooms are traditionally decorated but very comforatble. Ours had a wonderful private balcony with wonderful views over the lake. The owner is an elderly gentleman who does all he can to make you welcome, but it is essentially his home. The meal that he cooked for us on our first night was excellent, although expensive, as he charged the same for the children as for the adults. The pool is lovely, and the villa is within easy reach of the attractive and quiet town of Trevignano. We had a wonderful and truly relaxing stay.
We booked two rooms in May. One room was tiny and sparse. The other room opened to a terrace with a lovely view of the lake. We enjoyed a relaxing afternoon in the sun. Sleeping at night was difficult since the host watched and listened to loud TV program into the late night. The B&B description featured the culinary delights that the host enjoyed preparing for his guests. Not so! Breakfast was prepared by the host's maid. A box of Kellogg's Corn Flakes on the table, are rolled-up bag of store-bought cookies, a well-used jar of Nutella, and toast and jam. Not worth the price paid and certainly not what was expected based on the B&B description. Beware that the B&B is on a hill with steep, winding road. Don't plan to walk to the lake or to the town.
Our family of 4 including two young children selected this B&B due to its proximity to Rome yet distant feel. While the location was lovely and the host quiet friendly, we found it to be WAY too expensive for what we got. We booked via the web and specifically said we had 4 people. When we arrived we were told that there were only rooms for 3. We were too exhausted from our flight to bother complaining. It was over 105 degree (42) when we arrived and there was no air conditioning. We also had booked this place due to the great reviews about the food. To our disappointment we were told upon arrival that it was not possible to have dinner that night. We were told upon leaving that the owner/chef had health problems that interefered with our booking. For 120 Euro we found the accommodations to be exceedingly spartan, small and lacking anything extra. The breakfast was minimal and nothing special. No fresh ingredients or anything typical to the area. The pool and the views are spectacular, as is the town.…