Large, comfortable, lightly, quiet room with private bathroom, very close to the subway stop, easy to reach the centre of the city in 20 minutes. If you like shopping, you will enjoy it!
Good for 1 to 2 people, for a long or a short stay
Eccelent for students, tourists, job travellers, families.
Private bathroom, free wifi
My philosophy is: the guest is sacred, so everything will need will be provided.
However, guests have access to a private bathroom, Wifi internet, a coffee maker in the room, a big wardrobe, all the linen is provided
There will surely be delightful moments to talk and get to know and maybe ... drink a glass of good Italian wine together!
The neighborhood, called "Alberone" for the presence of an oak tree 400 years old, is a very lively area, full of people, restaurant, supermarkets and shops, always in motion and action.
The inhabitants, very fond of the "Great Oak" love to sit in the shade of its branches while enjoying one of the excellent homemade ice cream or a slice of pizza margherita, chosen from the wide range of bars and pizzerias present in the area.
At 100 meters there is the Metro line A Furio Camillo and many bus stops to get to the city center in 20-30 minutes. San Giovanni’s Basilica could be reached by feet.
The usage of the kitchen is very limited -----With a little daily supplement I can offer the service of half board, breakfast and dinner, with genuine, fresh, healthy, hand made Italian food!
These are the two recommended ways for cost and time to reach the location of the airports.
From Fiumicino " Leonardo da Vinci" : railway line Orte Fara Sabina (e. 8,00 / person) - Every 15 minutes - Get off at the station Tuscolana , walk through Tuscolana and merge onto Via Veturia . Take Via Veturia to the traffic light on Via Appia Nuova. Cross Via Appia Nuova (on the right there is the Alberone !) , Take Via Gino Capponi .
From Ciampino Airport "G. Pastine B " Line ATRAL (e. 1,20 / person) - every 15 minutes - until the Metro A Anagnina station (journey time 20 minutes). Take line A (e. 1,50 / person) - every 2 minutes - until the station Furio Camillo . The turnstiles to exit go right and then up the stairs to the right. Turn left on Via Appia Nuova on foot for 100 meters, then at the traffic lights (there is Alberone in front of you !) Turn left and take Via Gino Capponi .
One of the attractions of the area is the most characteristic & typical vegetable market, open every day from 04.30 am to 01.30 pm except Sundays.
In the bustling and colorful market, you can find everything: juicy fruit in season, the crisp and fresh vegetables to eat as a snack, the excellent bread of Rome, the pizza, the "porchetta" (pork cooked on a spit with laurel and rosemary, perfect for a healthy and tasty sandwich), cakes and biscuits, the "mozzarella di bufala", all kinds of meats, but also clothes, household items and furniture that will certainly not be found in stores souvenir of the center at a really good price!
The market is just around the corner!
If you don’t like shopping but you’re an archeological lover, you will find here your reign!!
Close to the locaton there is a Roman priceless heritage: the Parco dell’Appia Antica, a priceless heritage.
Along the way Appia Antica (the most ancient modern way) you can find a large number of testimonies and monuments that tell the story of Rome : the Republican and Imperial , are among the most well-known , the Baths of Caracalla (but is outside the perimeter of the Park ) , the Porta San Sebastiano and the Aurelian Walls , the tomb of Geta , the tomb of Priscilla , the area of the Imperial Palace and the Circus of Maxentius , the big round mausoleum of Cecilia Metella, the Villa of Quintiles , the great tomb cylindrical , known as Casal Rotondo , date back to the early centuries of Christianity the Catacombs of S. Callisto , Domitilla ( the edge of the perimeter ) , S. Sebastian, whose visitatissima is also above the Basilica of Praetextatus , Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque are the numerous churches scattered along the way, Santa Maria in Palmis , famous with the name of Quo vadis , medieval towers and fortifications , often built on the ruins of Roman monuments , such as the castle built by the Counts of Tusculum around the tomb of Cecilia Metella
The Park also includes the Caffarella Valley (you can reach by walk), with the River Almone the most important testimony of the agricultural landscape close to the city , but also rich in monuments of all ages, such as the Temple of the god Redicolo , the Nymphaeum of Egeria , the church of St. Urban , towers and valche medieval complex of tombs Latinas and save the Park , with the imposing ruins of the pipes that supplied water to the Urbe .
Play music: Yes
Total size: 120
Living room: No
Internet included: No
Water cost included: No
Electricity included: No
Gas cost included: No
Balcony terrace: No
Lroom furniture: Yes
Cleaning private: Yes
Bedroom count: 1
Tenant status: Any
Cleaning common: Yes
Bedroom size: 15
Bedroom furnished: Yes
Animal allowed: Yes
Smoking allowed: Yes
Wheelchair accessible: No
Registration possible: Yes
Washing machine: Yes
Allergy friendly: Yes