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Domus Agnese "BRONZE"

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Very Good 4.5/5 Score from 3 reviews

Studio | No Bedrooms | sleeps 2

Key Info
  • Nearest beach 50 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden

Details for Domus Agnese 'BRONZE' Studio, Sleeps 2, 1 Bathroom

APARTMENT 'BRONZE' A one room apartment of about 20 sp.m. for two people, with a French sofa-bed, bathroom with shower, walk-in closet, air conditioning, central heating, fully equipped kitchen with microwave, TV LCD and Digital Terrestrial Television. In the kitchen you will find daily our breakfast basket with what's necessary for making tea, coffee, herbal teas and chocolat, fresh milk, fruit juices, brioches,biscuits, rusk bread, jams,marmelades honey and chocolate spread. Services included: daily cleaning, change of hand and bath towels every 3 days, change of bed linen once a week, breakfast basket. Services on request: Private transport to an from both city's airport 40 euro Parking in the public attended garage at a few steps, 15 euro per day Hiring of cars or minivans with chauffeur for minitour Pilates fitness centre is at a stone's, daily pass 10 euros per person

Size Sleeps up to 2, Studio
Nearest beach Ostia Lido 50 km
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 100 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Ciampino Airport 20 km, Nearest railway: Termini central 5 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access
General Central heating, Air conditioning, CD player, Satellite TV
Standard Kettle, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer
Rooms 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Dining seats for 3, Lounge seats for 2
Outdoors Private garden
Access Secure parking
Further details indoors

In the kitchen you will find daily our breakfast basket with what's necessary for making tea, coffee, herbal teas and chocolat, fresh milk, fruit juices, brioches,biscuits, rusk bread, jams,marmelades honey and chocolate spread. Services included: daily cleaning, change of hand and bath towels every 3 days, change of bed linen once a week,.breakfast basket.

Daily maid service.

Further details outdoors

NEARBY: Places to relax: After a long day of sightseeing, you could relax going to the Fitness and Pilates Centre a few steps from the guesthouse. Start your day jogging in our public park Villa Torlonia or Villa Ada at walking distance Take the opportunity to relax at the Wellness Centre, regenerate your mind and body with the rich and varied offert of wellness treatments, including hair stylist, 5 minutes from the Guesthouse.

Monumental complex of St. Agnese: From the guesthouse are visible the ruins of the ancient Constantinian Basilica of S.Agnese. built from 337 to 351 A.D. for the will of Costantia, emperor Costantine's daughter and devotee of Agnese, stands nearby the catacombs where the young martyr was buried. The Basilica is part of the monumental complex of St. Agnese fuori le mura, with the catacombs, the Mausoleum of Constantia and the present-day Basilica of St. Agnese, which was erected from 625 to 638 d.C., and whose mosaic within, represents one of the most important example of byzantine art in Rome.

Roman Roads: One of the entrances to the Basilica of S. Agnese fuori le Mura is on Via Nomentana, an ancient and very important Roman consular road that once began at the Porta Nomentana in the Aurelian walls e went north-east to Nomentum. At the present time the road starts at Porta Pia, about a hundred meters from the ancient entrance to the city, which was designed by Michelangelo and constructed by Pope Pio IV, and which was also theatre of the Seizure of Rome that in 1870 declared the end of the State of the Church and it’s annexing to the Kingdom of Italy. This consular road was the favourite road of the roman nobility who transformed ancient rural houses and estates into their mansions just outside the city walls. The most famous of these is Villa Torlonia, a beautiful public park that owes its particular charm to the originality of its garden that is disseminated with constructions commissioned by the Torlonia family to famous architects,

Golf: Within a range of a few km, you will find a various choice of Golf Clubs. Among the others we could suggest you: Golf Marco Simone, at 13 km, the President is the famous stylist Laura Biagiotti Golf Club Parco di Roma at 9 km from our Guesthouse Golf Arco di Costantino km 11 from our Guesthouse Fioranello Golf Club at 35 km at the border of archelogical site of Appia Antica. Both Fioranello and Marco Simone offers wonderful views of the countryside and very affordable green fees

Other Activities: jogging in Villa Torlonia and Villa Ada

The Lazio region

“Even a journey of a thousand miles starts with only one step”. LAO TSU

There are some places that more than others, are able to move us, to arouse our imagination, not because they are more beautiful, but perhaps because they are shrouded by a strange spell that involves each of us in a different way.

There are curious places, ancient shops of tradition that are worth a departure from the classical itineraries.

Places where to stroll without time and to stop and enjoy deep down nothing but what they have to tell us.



From our web-site "Agnes' Diary " : Roman walks

Ostia Antica

Visiting the archaeological excavations of Ostia Antica is an inner excursion, nearly a solitary excursion.

Quite far, alas, o perhaps luckily, from Rome, it enchants you from the moment you arrive with its charm so ancient, that it seems holy. On starting to walk along the roman road you immediately have the impression of hearing the prattle of its inhabitants of the past and wandering about the houses and shops you imagine them engrossed in their daily activities.

Then when this mysterious spell has really captured you, you find yourself in the Roman Theater, your eyes lose themselves among those ruins and taking seat on those stones, serene and touched, barely caressing them with your fingers, you cannot but feel history.

Palazzo Spada

You won’t certainly miss going around Campo de Fiori and the little streets in the Regola district. Veer off then, towards Piazza Farnese, if it isn’t already your destination, then turn left towards Via dei Pettinari and you will find yourself in the small Place of Capo di Ferro, there at number 13 is Palazzo Spada.

Palace, built by Cardinal Girolamo Capodiferro during the 16th century, and bought by Cardinal Bernardino Spada in 1632, at the present time it is the seat of the State Council.

If you don’t have time to drop into the interior of the Spada Gallery, that however well deserves a visit, enabling you to see the important operas of the 16th and 17th centuries that are exhibited there, and, if you are not struck with curiosity to see the great statue of Pompeo Magno at whose feet Julius Caesar is supposed to have been assassinated, kindly ask the museum keeper to enable you to visit the garden, and there enjoy the Borromini Gallery.

I won’t say anything else, I don’t want to spoil the surprise that the ingenious architect reserves us.

The Domus Aurea

In that wonderful area of the ruins of ancient Rome, too often and not only recently modified in its aspect, you can still try to imagine how could Rome have been once upon a time, approaching all the rest with different eyes.

On the Colle Oppio you can visit what remains of the sumptuous imperial residence, only a small part of the nearly 200 acres of estate on which the Domus Aurea was built. It was desired by Nero, after the terrible fire that destroyed a large part of the city in 64 D.C. of which he was also accused of starting.

The guest pavilion, saved because used subsequently by Traianus as foundations for his Thermae, permits us to “see”, in a suggestive semidarkness, that which before was full of light, and that had a spectacular panorama on the Stagnum Neronis, a large artificial lake in that part of the valley where, later on, the Coliseum was built.

Take a jumper with you, it can be cool down under there.

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14 Nov 2012



Manuela was most welcoming ant our apartments were(silver and bronze) were tasteful and spotlessly clean. Everything was provided which does not normally happen in a self catering apartment. the position is ideal metro just round the corner, two, three stops to the centre. Enjoyed our stay and hope to be back. Only one draw back we forgot to ask for the wifi password, so couldn't get internet to work. So don't make the same mistake!

26 Oct 2011


"Grazie! Manuela"

Superb studio appartment which provided everything we needed for our stay in Rome! Location was fantastic just a 2 minute walk to the bus stop then a 5 minute bus journey to the train station and from… More

12 Aug 2011


"Very nice place, artfully decorated and clean and comes with all necessities"

Could not ask for me. Comes with everything, TV, fully equipped kitchen, breakfast basket, toiletries. Just to point out, the bed is actually a sofa bed, but it's a proper queen size and we had n… More

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Calendar last updated:17 Jan 2015

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