The room is 8 square meters and decorated with Italian furniture from the beginning of the 1900s. The room has an adjoining bathroom.
The service quarters are located on the ground floor and cover a surface of 80 sqm. In this area, you will find a working fireplace, which you are welcome to use, along with internet, T.V., enjoy breakfast on the terrace, yard, and on-site parking.
The villa is situated in an agricultural and archaeological context where you will find great food and wine. Located on the outskirts of the town, it is 2.5km from the train station where trains leave every half hour to go downtown Rome. The villa offers a shuttle service.
The town of Zagarolo has one of the few museums dedicated to toys in the country. It brings much pride to the town. The archaeological site in the area is Villa Adriana in Tivoli and is only 15km away.
The home belonged to an artist and still preserves his memory. The current owner is hospitable and friendly. She is passionate about cooking and is an expert in phitoalimurgia (study of nutrition with wild herbs) and a lover of all music in any of its forms .
A cell phone with an Italian SIM card is included with a prepaid card of 120 minutes per week.