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Relaxing flat close to Rome+private swimming pool

SuperhostSan Cesareo, Lazio, Italia
Intera casa affittato da Donatella
6 ospiti2 camere da letto6 letti2 bagni
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The flat is on the second floor of a unique villa 30 minutes to Rome by train, with a sweeping view. There are two double bedroom (one with air-conditional), two bathroom 80’ style with tub, a comfortable living-room with a vitage sofa couch and a new well equipped kitchen. Washing machine is downstairs. If you haven't a car, being so near the railway station (10 minute walk) is very practical, you can get to Rome city center or Ciampino Airport (train + 15 euros fee for taxi to the airport).

Lo spazio
Every room has its own privacy (ideal for children). All around the house there is a private terrace, a great place to soak up the sun! You'll have an exclusive use of a large salty swimming-pool (12mt x 6mt). You will be able to enjoy the entire 2000 mt property with botanical garden and fruit trees. The property is entirely fenced with remotely controlled gate. Upon your arrival at the property you will be met by our caretaker, who will provide you with the keys and remote control gate access and will show you around the house.

Accesso per gli ospiti
From June to September, guests can access to a large private swimming pool, they can walking, play and relaxing in the garden, or in the terrace (the areas of the first floor belongs to other flats). Car park is inside the villa and next to the automatic gate; it is in common with other people of the house.

Altre cose da tenere a mente
Private swimming pool is opened from June to September.
The flat is on the second floor of a unique villa 30 minutes to Rome by train, with a sweeping view. There are two double bedroom (one with air-conditional), two bathroom 80’ style with tub, a comfortable livin…

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Non disponibile: Rilevatore di monossido di carbonio
Non disponibile: Allarme antincendio

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San Cesareo, Lazio, Italia

For every needs there are shopping mall and bars in the surroundings of the railway station (5 minutes walk). If you want to visit an ancient town, without taking a car, Zagarolo, 30 minute walk (footpath most of the way) has a lot of restaurants and shops.
We can arrange private transfer from/to Ciampino and Fiumicino Airport or Rome. If you decide to rent a car, I recommend you to explore the surroundings: the house is about 20 km south-east of Rome, in a particular area called "Castelli Romani", a group of 13 ancient towns in the Alban Hills (not a set of castles!), that have provided respite for Romans since the days of the Colosseum. Thanks to their volcanic soils the Castelli Romani are incredibly fertile areas known far and wide for their locally produced wines and strawberries. A breath taking panorama of lush valleys and lakes, the region is pretty easy on the eye too, making it a rounded getaway for foodies, lovers and families alike. Most visitors stick to two areas. The first is the Frascati region which you may recognise as the home of Frascati wines. This is the main production area for white wines which in turn are some of the most trustworthy staples of Roman wine bars and restaurants. Wines from this region are quite easy-going, mostly light on the palate and (happily) on light on the wallet too. The day-to-day choice of Romans, Frascati wines are a popular choice for trattoria and osteria house wines. It’s hardly surprising then that the biggest draw to Frascati and maybe the whole of Castelli Romani, is the chance of a visit to and lunch in a local vineyard. The other go-to spot in the Castelli Romani is Castel Gandolfo. This is where the Pope summers in his 17th century summer palace and general opinion is that if it’s good enough for him, it’s good enough for everyone else. While the Pope holds audience here during July and August it is impossible to gain access to the palace, its grounds or the Villa Barberini at any time of the year. That said, the main piazza, church and a Barberini fountain are well worth the short trip in their own right. In the summer months however, the star of the show isn’t the cobblestone town itself, but rather its location. Sitting on the top of a hill, Castel Gandolfo overlooks Lago di Albano, a huge lake where Romans come to swim, sail and sunbathe on the shore. In the stifling heat of the Italian summer, there are few better escapes than to jump up off of a sunlounger and run straight into the lake’s refreshing waters. Go to the opposite side of the lake for stunning views of the lake and papal castle in the background. While Frascati and Castel Gandolfo may be the main draws, they are by no means the only gems in Castelli Romani’s crown. Lago di Nemi is a quieter spot that is no less worth a visit. Less busy and smaller than Lago di Albano, Nemi is famous for the strawberries grown on its shores which are said to be among the best in Europe. The lake itself has an interesting history too. In the 1st century Caligula built huge extravagant barges to float on the lake. With his usual decadence he fitted them out in bronze, marble and the best of everything. As it turns out, he also fitted them with the heaviest of everything and the boats soon sunk to the bottom of the lake where they stayed until Mussolini drained the lake and discovered them. He stuck them in a museum and they were considered one of the wonders of Ancient Rome until the Nazis burned them as a leaving present. The museum in town now houses scale models of the barges and since the admission price is a pittance, they’re well worth a visit.

Ariccia is one of the quieter of the Castelli Romani with a real lived-in feel, the central castle is still private property. For views consider Genzano and Tuscolo (the Monteporzio's hill) the latter of which has a 1st century amphitheatre and one of Italy’s most beautiful panoramas, taking in the lakes, Castelli Romani and even the sea beyond – best viewed at sunset.
For every needs there are shopping mall and bars in the surroundings of the railway station (5 minutes walk). If you want to visit an ancient town, without taking a car, Zagarolo, 30 minute walk (footpath most…

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