Surrounded by the colors of a wonderful countryside, the B&B Nero Buono is a haven of peace and tranquility in Giulianello di Cori, in Lazio, just an hour’s drive from Rome and only 30 minutes from Latina.
This B&B of charme with only 2 Deluxe rooms is the ideal place for couples and families looking for an intimate and exclusive country house to spend a relaxing stay experience.
The two captivating and cosy rooms, tastefully furnished in country chic style with en suite bathrooms and shower, offer double bed, hairdryer, wardrobe, mini bar, TV, WI-FI, safe and air conditioning.
Nero Buono has not only welcoming and elegant rooms for all its guests, but also a swimming pool and a large garden with fruit and olive trees and a barbecue area.
Finally, its first floor offers a spectacular panoramic terrace with view on the Pontine Plain.
Parking is on site and its use is free of charge.
The small Renaissance village of Giulianello, which belongs to the town of Cori, allows you to easily reach all the most important places of historical, archaeological and naturalistic interest. This hidden part of Lazio, rather avoided by the mass tourism and where the people lifestyle and humour is still well kept, will fascinate every traveller.
The Nero Buono is a family-run B&B and its hosts Mena and Davide will be happy to welcome you personally and do their best to let you spend an enjoyable and memorable experience of stay.
WHAT TO SEE
Nestled in the Lepini Mountains, the old town of Cori is one of the most interesting hill towns rich in history, monuments and churches.
There are many itineraries to discover it. They are all on foot and are designed to walk as much as possible downhill.
If you have few time and want to know what to see, head straight for the monuments not to be missed: the Temple of Hercules, the Church of Sant'Oliva and the Chapel of SS. Annunziata (called the "Scrovegni Chapel of lower Lazio"). In one day you can visit all of them. But if you love slow and unconventional experiences, dedicate yourself to discover its hidden beauties: the squares of modern, medieval or even Roman times, the churches and the palaces owned by the most prominent families in the city.
The village of Giulianello, that is a few kilometers far from Cori, was once a feud belonging to the family of Julius Caesar. Today it is a rural Renaissance small town with a castle and a church that houses the statue of the "Bambinello" (Jesus Child). According to the tradition, it would have been carved in the wood of an olive tree coming from the garden of Getsèmani. The homonymous lake, located slightly outside the walls, is hidden among the sweet tuff hills.
The surroundings of Cori cannot be missed. If you're planning to spend some time with us, you should definitely visit them:
- The Garden of Ninfa, defined by the New York Times as "the most romantic garden in the world" in 2019
- Sermoneta and its historic medieval centre, where time seems to have stopped. Here you can visit the Caetani Castle overlooking the city and, on its slopes, the Abbey of Valvisiolo, one of the first examples of Gothic-Cistercian art in Italy
- Artena with its largest pedestrian center in Europe, where cars cannot come in and you get to the top of the country through the small stone alleys, on foot or by mule
- Rocca Massima, where you can always admire a spectacular starred sky
- Nemi, Ariccia, Frascati and all the other towns on the picturesque Via dei Laghi just as charming and full of history, that together with Castel Gandolfo are part of the historic and the famous "Castelli Romani" area
- the Abbey of Fossanova, 55 km away, linked to the death of Saint Thomas Aquinas on March 7, 1274, a place of deep spirituality.