Heart of Rome: Via del Pellegrino, next to Campo de Fiori and Piazza Navona.
Upstairs: Surprisingly quiet, sunny 100 sqm flat + private terrace.
Downstairs: City's monuments, art, fashion, restaurants and fun!
Living-room with fireplace; library with art and film books, sofa bed, satellite TV, wi-fi.
Master bedroom under the roof with original 16th century beams; view of the stars!; floor to ceiling pear-wood cupboard; child's corner with additional bed on wheels.
Bathroom in travertine marble mosaic; vaulted room with showers and steam.
Separate kitchen. Heating/air-conditioning.
Spacious terrace for private breakfast and dining.
Quiet luxury and relax.
Sleeps 2 grandly. 2 + 2 for short stays.
Top, third floor without lift. Discreet entrance in a 'palazzetto' dated 1560, with frescoes by Polidoro da Caravaggio.
Easily organised guided tours, special activities, music and Italian lessons for children and adults, if desired.
We will like to make your holiday in Rome truly successful!
If you need information about the city's sights, galleries or restaurants in Rome, please write. We will give you suggestions: from experienced baby-sitters to massage parlor downstairs, personal trainer (to go running along the Tiber) to the nearest yoga and pilates centre. The best teacher for Italian and music lessons are within the family. My sister is a music / violin / singing teacher. And my brother is the happy owner of a sailing-boat which can be chartered to go see the islands, North or South of the Tyrrenean coast.
Yes! We are a typical Italian family!
If you would like to prolong your holiday in Italy, my parents' properties in Salento, the South East of Italy, are also available:
As for cultural guides, you will find plenty of books at home. But if you need specific information before arrival, we are communications experts! and we are happy to advise.
Be specific. We are happy to answer your questions and give new ideas.
If you would like guides in person for you or for your children, please ask us. We know some of the best in Rome.
We are professionals in Communication for Peace, committed to Sustainable Tourism.
We like to share. And we care.
I am a writer - producer
I acquired this property when I was still very young. A disgrace (a serious accident with my scooter when I was returning from class at the University of Rome) became a grace (the insurance finally paid and it became the first down payment). I bought this flat at an auction, without seeing it! It was a blind date and it worked. I still love it and love to share it with friends and guests.
I chose the area of Campo de´ Fiori before it became fashionable. Rome, for me, is first of all historic Rome.
I don't live in Rome all year round and I like to share. It is once to feel that other people will feel like at home in Rome, while I'm not there.
Hospitality is an art, difficult to achieve, but we try to make our guests feel comfortable, almost like at home. My sister and I treat our guests as friends.
We care for the culture of peace, which includes hospitality, and sustainable development.
Profits from these rentals go to finance social projects in developing countries.
This flat is unique because it is located in one of the most lively areas of historic Rome. Campo de ´ Fiori changes from dawn to midnight. You will find out by yourself.
The building is one the few fifteenth-century buildings decorated with frescos on the façade. It took a long time to find out the author, Polidoro da Caravaggio, who called the beautiful composition 'L'invidia e la fortuna' (The envy and the good luck).
The flat is on the top and last floor. It includes a large terrace with views of Roman roofs and the sixteenth-century English College tower with its pleasant bell. It has been completely restored, offering all the comforts necessary to contemporary life.
Via del Pellegrino, next to the market of Campo de' Fiori and the fountains of Piazza Farnese. Upstairs: Sunny and Quiet 100 sqm Flat + 30sqm Private Terrace for breakfast and dinner. Downstairs: the city's monuments, art, fashion, restaurants and fun! You are going to be in the very centre of Rome. Walk to Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, Piazza Venezia, the Capitolium Museum, the Forum, the Coliseum. Or walk along Via del Pellegrino, like the Pilgrims did, to Saint Peter's Church and the Vatican, just on the other side of the Tiber. Downstairs you'll find jewelers, ateliers, art galleries, antique shops and famous bookshops. Browse on Via del Pellegrino and via Giulia. Catch a bus to see other areas. Rent a bicycle downstairs for a couple of hours or the whole day. Go shopping near Piazza di Spagna. Come back & have an ice-cream on Piazza Navona. Have dinner at Piazza de' Ricci. Then cross the bridge to Trastevere's jazz bars. Wander at night. Find your way home. Then look at the stars.
Other Activities: local gym near Campo de´Fiori
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Notes||PELLEGRINO TERRACE is perfect for TWO people, GRANDLY.
It is also suited for a family of TWO adults + ONE or TWO children, very comfortably.
Or, for short stays, for a group of FOUR.
- 3 nights: 450 euros
- 4 nights: 600 euros
- 5 nights: 700 euros
- 6 nights: 800 euros
- 7 nights: 900 euros
- 10 nights: 1100 euros
- 14 nights: 1400 euros
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (EUR) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.