Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
- Nearest beach 20 km
- Child friendly
- Car not necessary
- Air conditioning
- Pet friendly
- Private garden
The guest house "La Casetta of Oranges" is a true oasis of peace and tranquility in Rome; you can stay in Rome in a very pretty house with a little garden, situated in a hamlet in Gianicolense / Bravetta district, well connected to the Historical Center, the city center is about 4 km.La Casetta degli Aranci offers a comfortable double bedroom, bathroom with shower, kitchenette, living room, plus a fantastic loft from which you can admire the starry sky of the city eterna.La master bedroom and living room are equipped with air conditioning (hot / cold) independently of one dall'altro.La kitchen is equipped with all appliances and utensils necessary for a comfortable your soggiorno.Servizi included in our rates: utilities, bed linen and towels, initial and final cleaning, basic equipment for cooking and breakfast, air conditioning, satellite tv, dvd player, wi-fi gratuita.Abbiamo a private parking for our guests (check availability) .The supermarket is located about 400 meters from the house, restaurants and bars are 150 meters away, the bus stop is 150 metri.Inoltre you can enjoy the lovely garden ideal to enjoy the mild climate in Rome, if you have dogs or cats or other animals behaved take them with you, we love them all are the benvenuti.Potrete enjoy your vacation in Rome at us freely without any limit of time to return or exit since you'll have at your disposal the house keys.
||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 shower room
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||Ostia 20 km
||Car not necessary
|Nearest travel links
||Nearest airport: Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino 20 km, Nearest railway: Termini 5 km
||Great for children of all ages
||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property
Features and Facilities
||Internet access, DVD player
||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
||Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine
||Double Beds (2), Sofa Beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 2
||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair available
||Private garden, Bicycles available
||Secure parking, Wheelchair users
The House of Oranges is located in the district Gianicolense/Bravetta, the area is very quiet and green surroundings, in particular is surrounded by one of the biggest parks in Rome whose name contains one of the most powerful and respected noble families in the history of Rome after the descent of Charlemagne, the Pamphili.
The district is equipped with all the services, both public buses, trams, schools and hospitals, both private as well as restaurants, eateries, shopping centers, sports centers, for those who love the sea in 15 minutes you can ragging the Lazio coast and enjoy the beaches and the sunshine.
The history of the neighborhood is mainly from the Second World War and the construction of a fort built on the ruins of the Roman villa, about half way between from the Via Aurelia and the Via Portuense, a short distance from Villa Casal York and Nymphaeum in the natural reserve of the Valley of the Casali. During fascist period was used as a place of execution of the death sentences of the Special Court for the defense of Government.
A monument, placed near the entrance of the fort, reminiscent of the patriots of seventy-seven executions, carried out during the period of German occupation, between 11 October 1943 and June 3, 1944, by order of the Military Court of Germanic and War at the hands of the Gestapo in 1945 there were shot Herbert Kappler. During the war, many criminals were convicted by the High Court of Justice for sanctions against the Fascism.
In September 9, 2009 the mayor of Rome, Gianni Alemanno has opened in this place the "Martyrs' Park", a new communal garden of ten acres open to the public, dedicated to the victims of Fascism. During the ceremony, was also planted an olive tree, a symbol of peace donated by the Jewish National Fund - from Jerusalem. In occasion of the reopening to the public in June, 2011, she remembered the decision to establish in the buildings of the fort a "Museum of Memory.