B&B Sordevolo

via Camillo Vercellone, 44 – 13817, Sordevolo (BI)

+39.338.5456299 / +39.338.3531428

The Guestrooms

The guestrooms of Belvedere B&B in Sordevolo…

We have three guestrooms, two double rooms, in one of which it is possible to add an extra bed, and a third double room with a bunkbed.
Each room has furnishings, which have been designed by us and then created ad-hoc by craftsmen, with the intention of making them as warm and welcoming as your own home.
Each room opens out onto the garden, from where you can enjoy a splendid panoramic view of the natural landscape area around the lagoon all year round, is equipped with a full HD television, luggage rack, desk and wardrobe.
The two double rooms share the same bathroom, the triple room has its own bathroom, which can be accessed directly from the room, the bathrooms have also been designed and decorated using the same natural elements that inspired the whole building: wood, stone and elements just as natural and essential, and finally they have large showers and every useful particular possible, because we are convinced; that it is the little datails which sometimes gives that extra touch that we ourselves love and seek.

A warmly lit corridor leads to the upstairs, where you can find a living-room/hall in which you can find us ready to welcome you or where you can relax for a moment on a warm sofa and listen to some music (stereo system is compatible with apple or cellphone) or read one of the books available in our library or sip one the drinks which are available to all guests. From the living-room you can enter the kitchen directly, this is also warm, welcoming and natural, here you can taste one of the numerous entirely biological products which will be available every morning; you could also choose to head out the adjacent veranda, and not only to enjoy your breakfast, as from here you will find it even easier to admire the unique panorama that surrounds the entire building. From every angle you can feast your eyes and your soul upon the view of the Serra (the largest moraine in Europe), the Sanctuary of Graglia immersed in nature or of the town beneath which there is plenty more to see.