The apartment consists of a bedroom with double bed, a bedroom with two single beds, two bathrooms, large living room and fully equipped kitchen.
The apartment has air conditioning / heating.
We recently returned from our stay at this beautiful working olive farm. Plenty of space for my two boys, 6 and 2, to run around and play. The owners/staff were very welcoming and helpful. We stayed in the "Rosa" which had 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and a very large living area which was more than enough room for my family of 4. The whole property is beautifully maintained.
It is 45 minutes to the park and ride to catch the train into Rome, but it is worth it to get out of the frenzy after a day of touring.
The nearby town is cute and quaint and we ate at the local restaurant, got take out pizza, stocked up the kitchen at the grocery store.
The only negative I would say is that it really isn't a "bed and breakfast" as there was only some milk, juice, and yogurt in the fridge and some crackers.
I would recommend this property to anyone looking in the area! The owners were very helpful in giving good places to eat in the area and the best places to park and ride into Rome. We even brought back olive oil for our friends and family.
Colfiorito Farm is located a few kilometers from Rome, in the town of Castel Madama, exactly in the place where it stood two thousand years ago a Roman villa.
The resort was in fact well known to the ancient Romans, who have left numerous traces as the Claudian aqueduct and the villa of Horace.
The area in which is nestled the estate is one of the Tiburtine Mountains begins near Tivoli and the valley opens Empolitana in an ancient landscape, still uncontaminated by the proximity of Rome, and from where the people have always devoted to the cultivation of olives, the viticulture and sheep.
Colfiorito is today a modern farm that continues the centuries-old tradition.
The houses, no longer needed for conducting business, were partly restored to offer accommodation to visitors in a serene atmosphere.
In past centuries the ancient village of Colfiorito was part of a large manor whose principal part, specializing in olive growing and viticulture, which was the heart, he was detached to be conducted independently.
It extends for more than thirty acres along the slope of the hill covered by vineyard and by 5000 secular olive trees whose twisted shapes bearing the sign of the passage of time.
Of the estate, in addition to the main village, are part of other buildings, which were once used to farm families; the old mill, now purely historical value, still retains the millstone of the time and other signs of yore. The extension of the estate allows you to spend time inside so peaceful and relaxing.
Alternatively, the surroundings offer many pleasant routes: the Lucretili Mountains National Park and the National Park of Abruzzo, the medieval village of San Gregorio in Bailer and the surrounding area. Main goal remains over where Tivoli Villa Adriana, memorable testimony of ancient Rome and now summer cultural center, is now open to the public the nineteenth century Villa Gregoriana whose paths are developed near the falls of the Aniene. Freshly restored is the beautiful park of the other sixteenth-century villa at Tivoli, the Villa d'Este with its fountains.
Last but not least, the magnificent temple of Hercules Victor in Tivoli focal point of commerce of ancient Rome.