About this listing
Charming studio apartment of about 35 sq.mt, on the 1st floor (no elevator) of a period building dating back to the XVIII century. Furnished with attention to the details, it is the perfect choice for an unforgettable holiday in Rome!
Charming studio apartment of about 35sqmt, on the 1st floor (no elevator) of a period building dating back to the XVIII century. Furnished with attention to the details, it is the perfect choice for an unforgettable holiday at the heart of Trastevere.
Entering the apartment you find, on the right, a functional closet and a small bathroom with shower stall.
The kitchen corner is equipped with a small fridge, gas hobs, microwave oven and a practical wall-mounted table with two stools. The dining area comes complete with a double sofa bed.
The bigger room is furnished with a double bed (160cm x 190cm), a modern flat screen TV and a table with two chairs that can also be used as study corner, as it is separated from the night area by a bookcase.
The two double-pane windows overlooking Vicolo del Cedro make the apartment less noisy, especially at night.
- Ironing Set
- Maintenance services
Guests have access to the entire apartment, and have full use of the kitchen. Sheets and towels are provided for free.
Interaction with guests
Upon arrival we will be waiting for you at the apartment to hand over the keys and show you the facilities. During your stay, we will be at your disposal for everything you need.
The apartment is located in the picturesque and typical Trastevere district, which boasts an everlasting charm thanks to its winding streets covered with cobble stones and the beautiful medieval houses.
At night Trastevere is filled not only with tourists but also with local people, attracted by the many restaurants and pubs of the area. Doubtless, it is one of the most lively and characteristic districts of Rome.
Here you find some of the best restaurants of the city - just to name a few: the 'Cencio', ‘La parolaccia', because of the insults exchanged with the waiters, 'Il Rugantino', 'Alle fratte di Trastevere' and 'Da Gigetto '. In addition, there are many ‘pizzerias’, cinemas, markets (for example, the San Cosimato market has been recently renovated), banks, pharmacies, supermarkets, shops of every kind and elegant boutiques.
Some of the main points of interest in Trastevere:
- the Fountain of Ponte Sisto, also known as the ‘Fountain of the Hundred Priests’ (Fontana o Fontanone dei Cento Preti), in Piazza Trilussa
- the John Cabot University, a private American university founded in 1972
- Rome’s Botanical Garden, situated at the feet of the Gianicolo hill, in Villa Corsini park.
Public transports in the area:
- Trastevere station (connection with Fiumicino airport): at about 2,2 km (20 minutes on foot)
- Bus line 780: from Monday to Friday, there is one bus running every 15 minutes
- Tram N8 to Piazza Venezia.
Vicolo del Cedro is located in a Limited Traffic Area (ZTL).
The ZTL is enforced in the following hours:
- 21.30-3.00, on Friday and Saturday (also on public holidays)
- 6.30-10.00, every day except on public holidays.
For stays longer than 30 days, bi-weekly cleaning is included (with change of bed linen and towels).
Hello! I live in Milan and I work at Halldis, a property management company, specialized in short term rentals of apartments throughout Italy and Europe. We manage furnished apartments in several location: Milan, Rome, Venice, Florence, Naples, Bologna, Paris, Bruxelles, London.
My colleagues and I will be at your disposal to find the most suitable apartment for your needs. I'm easy going and passionate about my job!
I like to give advice to our potential guests, so feel free to ask for any additional information.