We stayed there over the Easter weekend and since everything else in
town was shut the night we got there, we decided to try their
restaurant. Unfortunately, it was a pretty bad idea... Cleanliness was
significantly lacking, and as for the food, I would sum it up by saying
that some of the tourist traps in Rome have cheaper and better food on
offer. Another difficulty was that the staff spoke very little to no
english at all, and while we were there there was only one member of
staff that we could reasonably communicate with without using improvised
sign language or 'ita-english'. In terms of cleanliness of the
rooms and the hotel in general, although it wasn't anywhere near as
bad as the restaurant, I would say that there was still sufficient room
for improvement. And finally, while they don't provide and iron and
ironing board in the room, they did offer to iron my shirts for me.
Unfortunaly, that left some pretty obvious black marks on my white
shirt... Fortunately they came off with a bit of water and soap.
Aside from the negative aspects that I’ve outlined, the staff were
friendly and did try to help as much as they could. The hotel is
reasonably well located, about 5 minutes drive from the Ceprano-
Falvaterra train station, so it's convenient if you're
travelling by train from Rome or somewhere else nearby. The rooms and
the hotel in general have reasonable facilities, and although we didn’t
need to use it, they do have a reasonably large car park. The breakfast
was good, but nothing out of the ordinary for what you’d expect from a
hotel of this type.