Reductions (valid with at least two full-paying people)
3°/4° bed From 0 -6 years FREE From 7 -12 years 50% From 13 and older 30%
Services included in the fee: Half board + drinks + welcome drink
Buffet breakfast and dinner with a choice of two menus consisting of a first, second, side dish, fruit or dessert
Drinks included with meals (1/2 liter of water and 1/4 liter of house wine) Welcome drink
A brochure to make the free and independent visit to all the Churches of the Municipality of Sant'Elia Fiumerapido
10% discount on all out-doors activities
Wi-fi internet connection available throughout the hotel
Church opening hours:
-Morning: from 9.00 to 13.00
- Afternoon: from 16.00 to 20.00.
The stay begins with dinner on the day of arrival and ends with breakfast on the day of departure
Christmas Special: from 24.12.2021 to 26.12.2021
The rate includes the typical Christmas lunch which on December 25, 2021 will be considered in addition to the dinner already included in the treatment (drinks included: 1/2 liter of water and 1/4 liter of wine)
Easter special: from 16.04.2022 to 18.04.2022
The rate includes the typical Easter lunch which on April 17, 2022 will be considered in addition to the dinner already included in the treatment (drinks included: 1/2 liter of water and 1/4 liter of wine)
The fee does not include
Any tourist tax applied on site, extras in general and anything not specified in the paragraph "services included in the fee"
Cot to be requested at the time of booking subject to availability with a supplement of € 20.00 per day to be paid locally
Single room on request
Check in : from 2.00 pm onwards Check out : before 11.30
* In the event that customers show up at the structure in greater numbers than what was communicated at the time of booking, the room / accommodation change will not be guaranteed as it is subject to limited availability by the structure. If any change is possible, the structure will be entitled to ask for the payment of a supplement, to be paid locally, based on the hotel's list prices.
A soberly modern structure surrounded by greenery, ideal for business and leisure travelers. Easily reachable from the A1 Roma-Napoli and Cassino industrial area, which is 10 minutes on foot along the SS 509 which leads to Sora
Comfortable and comfortable rooms all have private facilities, telephone, television, wi-fi internet access, mini bar (for a fee), hairdryer, safe
24h reception, porter service (surcharge), lift, restaurant, bicycle storage, tv room, bar, garden, terrace, congress hall, parking, wheelchair access
Small pets allowed upon notice at the time of booking. An extra charge of € 15 per day is payable locally (on request)
Check in: from 2 pm onwards
Check out: by 11.30am
Sant'Elia Fiumerapido and its surroundings
The history of the village is closely linked to that of the nearby Benedictine monastery of Montecassino. In fact, it was founded on a hillside to the left of the River Rapido by the Abbot Mansone of Montecassino around the year 990 and named after a small church devoted to the Holy Prophet, which existed at the time of little more downstream of the new near the river, where it is still possible to admire the top of a Roman bridge called Sant'Elia Vecchio. The little church, founded in the 8th century, suffered, along with the village around it, devastations and destruction during the Saracen raids of 859 and 866. Reconstructed at the end of the 10th century, it was definitively destroyed during the war between Aragon and Angevin in the course of the fifteenth century, for the possession of the Kingdom of Naples. Its territory has been found archaeological finds of pre-Roman and Roman times: polygonal walls of the IV or III century BC, remains of two Roman bridges, long and well-preserved traces of a Roman aqueduct of the Claudia Era (1st century AD), remains of columns and pedestals of villas and Roman sacred buildings, Latin epigraphs. Well preserved is the old town of Sant'Elia, crossed all along its length from via Angelo Santilli, from which you can see upwards of alleyways and porches that surround the XIV century Church of Santa Maria la Nova. Long traces of the fence and defense walls of the ancient center are still visible, with some towers still in good condition or well-recognized.
Magnificent churches and Romanesque, Renaissance and Baroque chapels with antique frescoes and paintings: the Church of Santa Maria la Nova (13th century), in the center of the city, with Renaissance and Baroque enrichments: admire the 17th century wooden organ canes, opera by Giuseppe Catarinozzi di Affile and the coevo wooden chorus inlaid by the carving masters of the Moscow family of Pescocostanzo; the Romanesque church of Santa Maria Maggiore, a little off the village, with 14th-century frescoes, cosmatic mosaic floor and altar with Byzantine paintings; the eighteenth-century church of Santa Maria dell'Ulivo, in the Olivella district and in perfect Baroque style, containing an eighteenth canvas painted by the Neapolitan artist Lorenzo de Caro, depicting the visit of the Madonna to Santa Elisabetta; the now sanctified Romanesque church of Ognissanti (XI sec.) with frescoes from the 13th and 14th centuries; the ruins of the ruined church of San Cataldo (X century), built at the time by the Byzantine rite burial monks, who resided in the Valleluce monastery; finally the painted chapels of Santa Maria degli Angeli (15th century) and Santa Maria di Palombara (14th century).
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