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Bellaugello gay B&B is located north of Rome in central Italy - a region famous for its excellent food. Locally cured prosciutto and hams, exquisite and rare white truffles, artisan pecorino cheeses, rich wild boar slowly cooked with juniper, red wine and rosemary, wild asparagus, fragrant summer truffles finely grated over umbricelli or strangozzi drizzled with D.O.C olive oil. This is the food of Umbria.......


Guests are able to taste dishes such as these when they dine at Bellaugello. Dinners are served three evenings a week, with diners sitting together at one long table. Our four course set menus also feature salad leaves, tomatoes, vegetables and olive oil from our own organic garden, or pizza evenings with pizzas home-cooked in our ancient brick wood fired pizza oven. In fine weather we dine outdoors on the terrace, with a back drop of an old stone wall warmed by the hot summer sun, an abundance of candles, and in June fireflies dancing in the background. At cooler times dinner is served in our dining room seated around our antique family table, which is also the setting for our Christmas and New Year houseparties.


Breakfasts are served daily either on the breakfast terrace or in the dining room - and consist of home baked bread and cakes, Umbrian meats and cheeses, fresh fruit, yoghurts and home made jams, honey from our bees, with a selection of teas tisanes and coffee.


We offer a choice selection of Umbrian and Tuscan wines, which, together with beers, juices and digestivs are to be found in our trust bar. In common with all inside areas of Bellaugello the dining room is strictly non-smoking.

Eating at our gay B&B north of Rome, central Italy