mammarampa is a bed&breakfast with three double rooms with a shared bathroom, ideal for families or small groups of friends.
A special place for all those who want to live Rome from a surprising perspective!
The apartment is where we run mammarampa, a bed&breakfast with two double rooms with a shared bathroom, ideal for families or small groups of friends. In case of need a third room can be made available as well.
According to seasons, it will be possible to have breakfast in our cozy kitchen or in the garden. Moreover, you will find everything you need to make yourself light meals.
A special place for all those who want to live Rome from a surprising perspective.
Here you will always find updated information on what is going on in town, suggestions on places to visit (besides the classics “must do” in your guidebook!), useful contacts, our personal guides to the best restaurants, bars, cafes, wine places, confectionary and ice-cream shops in Rome.
And, if you wish, you will have the chance to take advantage of special opportunities created for you, such as a guided bike ride between roman ruins or a special art class.
Another element that deeply characterizes mammarampa is the attention to the environment. Mammarampa was designed thinking about environmental sustainability: building materials, paints and appliances with a reduced environmental impact were chosen. Also in the choice of furniture we have focused on reuse, recycling and restoration.
Warm water comes from a solar panel, common spaces are heated with a pellet stove, we use only energy saving bulbs and the selection of products for breakfast is based on their quality and local provenience.
You will have the entire apartment at your disposal.
Interaction with Guests
We leave in the house next door, so we'll be there, happy to help you with everything you might need.
You will be surprised by mammarampa’s position along a pedestrian ramp that will give you the feeling of being in a village while you’re in the heart of Rome. Piazza San Pietro can be reached on foot in ten minutes, as soon as you go around the corner, the dome is already in front of you. Gianicolo is about two kilometers far: from there you can enjoy one of the best views of the city. Villa Pamphili, the biggest park
of the city with a surface of 180 hectares, is one and a half kilometer away.
Nearby mammarampa you will find all useful services: farmacies, banks with 24 hours ATM availability, supermarkets, laundries, grocery shops and, every morning, from Monday to Saturday, a local market.
In via della Cava Aurelia, just 2 minutes away on foot, there is a bike rental (not always easy to find in Rome).
There are several places that you can reach on foot for dinner and small meals. Nearby you can also find several cafes, pubs, pizzerias and take-aways.
We will give you any other information you need when you’re here!
Castel Sant’Angelo, Piazza Navona, the Pantheon and Campo de’ Fiori can easily be reached with a pleasant walk or by public transport. Several buses go via the main street (via Gregorio VII) directed to Via Paola, Piazza Venezia and Termini (the main train station).
Trastevere is about three kilometers away and the area can be easily reached by bus or urban train (the closest train stop to mammarampa is Stazione San Pietro).
The price does not include the local tourist tax, which in Rome is set at 3,50€ per day per person.
Check out time is at 11.00, but we can keep your luggage or leave you extra time if no one else is checking in the same day.
Grazie a Claudia e Livia! La loro casa è deliziosa! Molto curata,semplice ma con nulla di banale. Sistemazione perfetta per una famiglia o un gruppo di amici. Zona tranquilla e silenziosa e i letti..... Fantastici!! Cuscini e materassi super!! A Roma ci si torna sempre volentieri e ora sappiamo che mamma rampa fa decisamente al caso nostro!! Grazie!!!
Our stay at mammarampa place in downtown Roma wasvery pleasant
though was too short, just 2 night biut 1 day. The host Livia welcomed us on arrival from airport at abt 10pm. She was so helpfull to find a proper restaurant for the dinner of our familly of 5 people. The attentiion we got from her was high & pleasant. All we heard about this place is true.
Everybody will enjoy if stay there. The palce is very convinient as is just 15 min walk from Vatican & sure further walk downtime. It was safe & nice to walk during eveniing or night. Good couzy place. We recommend it to anyone who thinks to stay in Roma.
We had a wonderful trip to Rome. The apartment is nice, clean and we felt very welcome. It is very nice located next to the Vatican with busses going directly to the city center. The home baked cakes were a very nice surprise and the breakfast was good. Due to the good weather we enjoyed the sunny terrace a lot. I can recommend staying at this bed and breakfast for sure.
Mammarampa has been an extraordinarily great experience for us!
Claudia's sister Livia took care of my family and me (6 adults) during our stay for one week. She's very friendly and helpful.
The flat itself has been very clean and got cleaned during our stay as well. The terrace in front of the flat was a real highlight and gave us some nice relaxing moments.
Even though the Vaticane is only about 1 km away the neighbourhood was not touristic at all. We enjoying immersing ourselves into the lifestyle of real Romans, like drinking caffé, buying fruits and vegetables in garage sale locations or riding around on a Vespa.
If you search for a nice place outside the touristic city center of Rome (but still with easy access to all sights), we highly recommend to visit Mammarampa. We are pretty sure, that you will enjoy your stay as much as we did.
Claudia was a very good host. The accommodation very nice and close located at the Vatican.
We had wonderful time in Rome.
We were 6 people staying at Mammarampas for two nights while visiting Rome. The flat is beautiful, very nicely decorated, and close to the Vatican as well as many other famous sights in Rome. Claudia's sister Livia was looking after us during our stay. She was lovely and very helpful in every way. She got in every morning before we woke up and prepared our breakfast for us. We would definitely stay here again if and when we come back to Rome -I would warmly recommend Mammarampas!
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Tutti i luoghi hanno una storia… A Roma ogni angolo, ogni pietra ne può raccontare una.
E così succede che anche mammarampa ne abbia una e ci tenga a raccontarvela.
mammarampa nasce da tre anime, un’idea di viaggio e un film.
Le anime sono quelle di tre sorelle, romane di nascita e di abitudine, anche se a turno un po’ viandanti: cecilia, apparentemente la più saggia, claudia, ingegnere ma non lo indovinereste mai e livia, la “piccola” di casa.
L’idea di viaggio è una passione condivisa, legata a curiosità, voglia di imparare, piacere di conoscere, da rendere “permanente”. Come fare?
Attraverso una piccola attività che ci consenta di avere la sensazione di essere sempre in movimento … anche se a muoversi sono gli altri!
E dal cinema abbiamo preso il nome …E così tutto torna. Prima di noi e di tutti voi che ci verrete a trovare, ha salito questa scala Anna Magnani, in una scena del celebre film Mamma Roma di Pierpaolo Pasolini.
All places have a story behind them. In Rome every corner, every stone can tell you one.
And so it happens that mammarampa has one too and is willing to tell it to you.
Mammarampa was born by three souls, an idea of travel and a movie.
The souls belong to three sisters, roman by birth and by habit, but travelers in turns: cecilia, apparently the wisest, claudia, engineer but you could never guess, and livia, the “little” of the house.
The idea of travel is a shared passion, that has to do with curiosity, desire to learn, pleasure of meeting. And so we thought about the ideal journey that can become “permanent”. How? Through a small activity that gives us the feeling to be always on the move … even if not us but the others are moving!
And from the movie we have the name.... And all goes into place! Before us and before you all, mammarampa’s stairs were climbed by the Italian actress Anna Magnani, in a scene of the famous movie Mamma Roma by Pierpaolo Pasolini.