Unique stone dwelling in the hills South of Rome with sweeping views of the Castelli Romani. Features a loft double bedroom, a lounge with sofa couch, one bathroom country-style kitchen with terrace, 2nd bedroom with ensuite. 30min to Rome by train.
Finely restored 18th century 'tinello' typical of this area. The stone building, originally a wine cellar, displays fine stone walls , huge chestnut beams, oak flooring and terracotta paving. Under the principal double bedroom in the loft, is a second room with a comfortable double sofa couch. This is separated from the main lounge by a floor to ceiling bookcase for privacy and is ideal for children.
A large OPEN AIR glass and tiled covered courtyard separates the stone building from the building including the rustic kitchen, second bedroom with on-suite bathroom which opens onto the back garden and olive grove. From the kitchen, which features brand new appliances, you access the ample terrace with stunning views of the Castelli Romani National Park and the second bedroom and en suite . Sup while watching the stunning sunset with views over the Park of the Castelli Romani, Rocca Priora and Frascati and eat seasonally available fruit such as figs, walnuts, hazelnuts, apples, grapes and cherries from the property.
You will be able to enjoy the entire one acre property from the vineyard and fruit trees at the front to the olive grove and hazelnut 'viale' at the back. The property is entirely fenced with remotely controlled gates and intercom.
Interaction with guests
Upon your arrival at the property you will be met by our caretaker Sergio who will provide you with the keys and remote control gate access and will show you around the house and explain important security features of the house.
Other things to note
Italian authorities require hosts to register guests with Police. Hence guests are required to provide copy of their passports or government issued identification for registration prior to their arrival.
It is a provision of the Italian Public Security Code (known as “Testo Unico delle Leggi di Pubblica Sicurezza”, or TULPS for short), that Accommodation Establishments communicate, within 24 hours from the guests’ arrival, the identities of the persons being hosted to the public security authority (Polizia di Stato), as required by art.109 of TULPS.
With communication no. (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) of June 26, 2015, the Ministry of the Interior has clarified that the obligations of communication referred to in art. 109 of the TULPS are held by anyone who conducts a public hosting for profit, and also for those who rent their properties for short periods of less than 30 days through the "Hosts Portal" (Portale Alloggiati) of the Rome Police Department; failure to comply to this direction carries a three months imprisonment and/or a 206 Euro fine.
PARTIES ARE NOT ALLOWED
- Please No smoking inside the house, if smoking outside please collect your sigarette buts
-Please No pets inside, there is plenty of covered space outside and a cannel as well.
- The house has neighbours on both sides, please be mindful to keep the level of noise down.
- Time of arrival needs to be coordinated and check in time has to be done by around 20:00 (8PM). Guests arriving at Rome Fiumicino Airport should be mindful to consider that it will take approx 2 hours from time of landing, luggage collection, hiring a car and driving to the farm house or catching the trains.
- Upon departure, please inform the caretaker of any breakages so as to allow timely replacement for the next guests.
-Your cooperation is extremely appreciated as it allows us to better cater for the next guests and maintain a high standard for all
My husband Andrea and I love food, wine and getting to know other cultures, customs and languages. We enjoy cooking and when we lived on the property in Via della Chiesetta we used to grow our own vegetables, make olive oil from our olive groves, wine from the vineyard and jams from the fruit trees on the property. When we travel we try and take in as much as possible of the local culture and live the unexpected happenings as part and parcel of our discovering journey.