Ratings based on 141 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.1 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Nov 28, 2013
for Business Travelersby GP from The States
Quiet, Country RetreatPosted Oct 25, 2013 on Hotels.com
I was surprised to find a country retreat type location so close to Rome airporto stayed the night prior to flying out. Dinner was prepared by the farmhouse resident a trained chef who whipped up a dish from farm fresh ingredients. the settings are rustic with upgraded amenities. Wifi is limited to close proximity to the office. Overall, would stay again, a nice quiet get away
for Everyoneby Alan
Perfect for the airportPosted Oct 14, 2013
Pros: Great for the airport and good value
Not what you expect when you arrive - it's an agriturismo which I don't remember seeing in the advert and not what you expect inside - nice and very clean. No shower curtain is a pain but we stayed two nights in the two room apartment which was very comfortable. Breakfast is just ok. A bit disappointed we had to pay 10 euros a night for our little yorkie for the extra cleaning which took about 5 minutes on the first morning. If you are in to pets there are some very friendly cats, dogs, horses, rabbits and a goat. 40 minutes into Rome with one change for the Metro arriving at the Coliseum. Brilliant for the airport only 15 minutes away and would recommend it.
for Everyoneby Mike from San Diego, CA
Beautiful country setting, very peaceful and quietPosted Oct 8, 2013
Pros: The location in the country was very peaceful and quiet, and the room was very well appointed.
Cons: The host needs someone who speaks English to communicate with guests.
Location: Ancient ruins of Ostia Antica and the castle.
We loved this place. Within walking distance to the castle and ancient ruins, and restaurants. The host was very accomodating, and since we were leaving very early in the morning, she gave us a care package for the breakfast we were going to miss. The only concern was she spoke no English, so we had a little trouble communicating, and the price of dinner I think was 30 euros per person which was out of our price range.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby A verified traveler
Posted Oct 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 12, 2013 on Hotels.com
WE stayed for 1 night before flying out to our destination. Very close to the airport. Dinner was great.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Friendly, family feel:)Posted Aug 2, 2013
Pros: The friendly staf, and the dinner was amazing!
Cons: The price for dinner was a little expensive, but it was a lot of food and great service, so I don't know what could be improved there, but the prices.
Location: The little town is nice, but not much to do other than visit the castle and go to the beach by bus.
Well I actually booked this place because I thought it was really close to the airport and we could save on transportation, but we actually had to spend more to get a taxi there. However, this place was so cute! Very friendly staff and an amazing dinner prepared for us by them! Since we had to leave very early in the morning they gave us a breakfast basket:) I would recommend that anyone who stays here have a car to get around. I is probably a great place for families that want to have space and let the kids run around.
for Everyoneby SJ from Los Angeles
Charming cottage/hotel in the woodsPosted Jun 8, 2013
Pros: What I enjoyed the most about this hotel was the tranquility of the forest, yet only a 20-minute train ride away from Rome.
Cons: Wi-fi only works in the dining area and not inside the cabins.
Location: The best way to get to Rome is walking a mile to the train station and take the train to Rome.
This place is in the middle of the woods and was not captured by my GPS navigator, which led me to a wrong location.Thankfully, a friendly pizza delivery guy allowed me to follow him in his car to the correct location. We drove through an unpaved road through the woods before reaching the hotel. The office to the reception desk was closed, so we were greeted by the chef and he gave me the keys to my room. The rooms were beautiful. The bathroom was spotless with a lovely large bathtub and all essential amenities. The nights were very comfortable, tranquil and quiet until the rooster wakes you up at six am! Outside of the hotel are various farm animals including a pig, several horses, cats, and a very friendly dog. My 4-year old son and I loved this place so much that we wanted to stay there a few days longer. The backyard also includes a play structure with a swing and see-saw which is perfect for toddlers. The best experience at the hotel were the dinners provided by chef. I have been to the best restaurants in California, and this chef definitely ranks with the best. The cons: Driving through this town is a horrible experience. I recommend leaving the car at the hotel, walking a mile to the train station, and taking the metro train to Rome. Unfortunately, the hotel is in the middle of the woods, so exiting into the streets is about a mile walk. Overall, if you love nature and the comfort of a great hotel in the middle of the woods, this is a great place!
for Getaway With Friendsby A verified traveler
Far from Rome city, VERY close to old Rome ruinsPosted May 18, 2013 on Hotels.com
While we were a little worried driving up (dirt, pothole filled road, older buildings) the inside was clean and filled with antiques! Very well maintained inside, rooms very conveniently laid out. We stayed in the 3 bed, which was actually split into 2 rooms with a private bath.
for Familiesby Evans Family from Manly NSW 2095, Australia
A great & interesting find for family of 6Posted May 6, 2013
Pros: Rustic charm. Attentive service
Cons: Slow approach up the potholed road
Location: About 20 minutes from airport. Felt very rural.
We are a family of 6 from Australia and were just finishing a month-long holiday in Italy and the UK. We had an overnight stop-off in Rome en route from London. We had already seen the sites of Rome early in the holiday and wanted somewhere to stay reasonably close to the airport (FCO) that could take us all. We can sleep all in one room but prefer to have separate. The approach to the hotel is down a potholed road past fields (with poppies and horses). The buildings looked very quiet as we approached and we initially wondered if we were at the right place. We were quickly welcomed however and were really pleased we chose this. The buildiings are very rural on the outside but our "suite" was enormous with 2 double bedrooms (one with the requested cot) and two more singles downstairs. Beds were very comfortable and the bath/shower good. We had a fabulous full evening meal with all the couses (antipasti with the best mozzarella all trip) and wine in pottery mugs. Breakfast was pastries, sandwiches, cereals, juice and coffee with very attentive service. It felt very rustic and very far from the sameness of big hotel chains (it wouldn't be a natural choice for business trips though). We would have loved to stay longer to explore the grounds and nearby archeological sites of Ostia Antica but needed to catch our plane. A good find and we felt we'd managed to have another taste of Italy before we left