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Bracciano / San Celso

1 3 Min stay varies

  • 1 bedroom
  • Sleeps 3
  • Min stay varies
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 1 km
  • Swimming pool
“Perfect for days in Rome as well as relaxing in the countryside” Bracciano is a fantastic area for enjoying the countryside and days out in Rome. Ingrid and Gio were the perfect hosts providing us with lots of information from day one, making our sta
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£310 - £531 / week

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Bracciano Holiday Rental
Bellissimo Bracciano!

Spent a week here in late September, it was still warm and sunny. The accommodation was ideal for my wife and i, well equipped and clean, including good wifi signal/tv package, and a lovely swimming pool with a great view of the lake. The owners of the villa, Ingrid & Gioacchino were very welcoming and helpful. We wanted to stay somewhere outside the city but close enough for a day trip or two. This area is ideal as there is a direct rail route into Rome (approx 50-70 mins), a 'brig' ticket can be purchased at the station for 8 euros and can be used all day within Rome's public transport system. However, it is advisable to hire a car if you intend to explore the local area…. Bracciano has that typical look of a quaint italian town, plenty of places to eat and drink, complete with ancient castle. The area of lake Bracciano also hosts the postcard-esque village of Anguillara (well worth a visit) and Trevignano Romano, which has plenty of lakeside eateries and small market stalls. Amongst the other local towns is Cerveteri, which will interest those who like visiting historical sites, they have an extensive Etruscan Necropolis. Highly recommended.see more