Immersed in the lush green Tiber Valley, the “MARY and ROSE & THE OLDE OAK TREE“ is a welcoming and characteristic hotel b&b within the walls of an ancient and recently restored farmhouse, at Magliano in the Sabine Hills (province of Rieti), a small town on the border between Lazio and Umbria.

What makes the hotel b&b so special, is the way its hostesses go out of their way to protect their guests total privacy, tranquillity and to ensure their maximum independence: comfort and hospitality in the heart of the Sabine Hills.

There, it is open all year round and will be someone at the reception to welcome you 24 hours a day, to allow you to come and go as you please, and to help you on your journey.

Thanks to its strategic position, close to the main arterial roads, the motorway Auto Sole A1 (exit at Magliano Sabina 1000 meters in the direction of Terni) and the expressway Superstrada E45 (20km), its guests can reach rapidly all tourist and commercial centres in central Italy.


The “MARY and ROSE B&B” is not only the ideal place to spend an happy holiday in contact with nature just a few kilometres from Rome, but also a wonderful starting point for visiting splendid cities of art like Perugia, Assisi, Viterbo, Firenze and for fully enjoying the Sabine Hills, an area rich in precious historic and archaeological wonders and lovely natural landscapes you simply cannot miss.

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There are the Marmore Falls, Lake Piediluco (province of Terni) and the ancient and historic Farfa Abbey, for whoever wishes to visit beauty spots. The whole area is of architectural interest and there is a good selection of excursions to take like: Otricoli, Calvi dell’Umbria, Gallese, Orte, and Narni all within a short drive.


  Via Flaminia km 67+000 - 02046 Magliano Sabina (Rieti) - Italy - Phone/Fax. +39 0744 919929
Mobil phone + 39 339 8490964 - +39 346 5224403 - Email:

Inspected and approved by APT - The Agency for the Promotion of Tourism (Rieti) -
Prot. N 4363-4364 del 03/12/2004
Autorizzazione prot.n. 6058 del 02/05/2011