B and B Belvedere

Viale Dei Tigli 39,Valmontone,Italy

  • Experience World-class Service at B and B Belvedere

    B&B Belvedere is located just off the A1 motorway and 700 metres from Valmontone Train Station. It offers free parking and air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi. Belvedere B&B is 40 minutes by car from central Rome and a 25-minute drive to the wine-making town of Frascati. Breakfast is served in the bright and sunny dining room, or out in the garden in warm weather. Rooms have a bright and modern design and feature digital TV and a minibar. Studios come with a fully equipped kitchenette.


    • Internet
    • Pets Allowed
    • Restaurant
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Bar
    • Breakfast
  • reviews

    • Day out

      Reviewed 28 August 2019

      We went intending to spend a xouple of hours but ended uo being the last on site. Staff friendly and knowledgeable, cafe nice and clean. We will be returning again.

      Judith T
    • 1sr visit would return but only if the lady on reception wasnt on!

      Reviewed 28 August 2019

      As a group of 10 we visited today. Upon arrival the lady on reception was very rude, unwelcoming and we seemed to be an inconvenience. She tutted at everything. Thankfully Bridget the tour guide helped redeem the day, she helped the children feel at ease. We enjoyed the tour and the whole place itself is well worth a visit. We had a lite lunch in the cafe which was fine and the shop and facilities were adequate. We saw a red squirrel on the trail and the children enjoyed the park at the end.

    • Great outing for a small adventure day

      Reviewed 27 August 2019

      We happened by this place because the in-laws had a caravan in the area and mentioned it as something to do nearby. The admission was about 9, but I thought that was reasonable - Ive seen higher prices for worse days. Wen you pay admission, I highly recommend that you book into an underground tour here (you get a little token to hand back in that Ill come back to later). The indoor part of the museum seems as though its something of a token gesture, but still offers an interesting 15 minutes of background reading before you hit the site proper, and some of the spar boxes are definitely worth seeing. When we got outside, the aesthetic of the place is great! Theres old mine carts and parts littered all around and the rails run right around the outside of the buildings, as do the water channels, all dominated by the mascot-water wheel (which by the way still works and still powers stuff in the building next door) - all of which made it feel like youd uncovered a working mine exactly as it was left on the last day it opened (which, in fairness, you effectively have). The buildings themselves didnt have an awful lot going on inside, but they still contained interesting exhibits and several machines were left running so you can see live demonstrations of what youre reading on the signs. You can get round the majority within an hour, but it is all worth doing. The underground experience was incredible - youre down there about an hour; rain coats, wellies, hard hats and lamps were all provided (the light on your phone is better but use it at your own risk). If youre at all claustrophobic I might think twice about going down, but if youve ever been in the mine at Beamish museum youll love this one! You can stand up straight in most of it, though youre also ankle deep in water. The only very claustrophobic bits are one section where you have to bend double, still ankle deep in water, but its only about 50 paces and you can stand up straight for the rest of it. The underground water wheel is just an amazing thing to see and the rest of the experience is absolutely worth the slightly chilly feet (though it was 27C outside so we welcomed it). If youre particularly tall dont be put off - my boyfriend is 62 and said it wasnt a cramped for him as Beamish had been. My one recommendation would be to consider trousers or a jumper, as I imagine its very chilly in not-summer. The other standout part of the day was the washing floor, where you can get stuck in and have a go at manning the equipment and uncovering some minerals, before you go on an explore of the different work stations around the floor, most of which you can still crank or operate (to an extent obviously). Facilities wise, the car park was easy to find, the toilets nice and the cafe very nice, if a touch pricey. Overall, the interactivity of this place is beyond what I expected and its definitely one of the best underground mine experiences Ive ever been on. I would love to see more people paying this place a visit, because it is absolutely worth it and it would be a shame to see it go to waste. Ill definitely be back.

    • Excellent Day Experience

      Reviewed 12 August 2019

      We visited Killhope Lead mine with our 9 year old grandson and had a lovely day. The staff were very friendly and full of information and true stories of the wonderful characters who worked in the mine and were part of the history of the area as well. The experience in the mine is wonderful, you must wear the wellingtons and a coat, as wet and cold, but lovely to see how it was in the past bringing history to life. The cafe is lovely and reasonably priced. The lemon drizzle cake was delightful. Well worth a visit.

    • Day out

      Reviewed 05 August 2019

      Found this place through a leaflet. Want on a monday which gave free entry for kids up to 16 years old and 9 for adults. The staff on site could not be more friendly and answered all our questions the trip down the mine was a great part of the visit.


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