Charming lake side 35 km from Rome, Italy

Charming lake side 35 km from Rome, Italy

AnnaMaria

 

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
3 Bathrooms

About our home

The house, a two-floor brick house, is located on a little hill overlooking the lake, opposite to the historic medieval center of Anguillara Sabazia. It has an extra guestroom at a lower floor and a spacious summer veranda where we usually have our meals, close to the kitchen. The veranda is open on to the garden with a view of the lake. The veranda on the other side of the house enjoys the winter sun. The quiet and shady garden is a pleasant retreat after our errands to Rome. Outdoor barbecue and fireplace in the kitchen.
Anguillara offers a variety of charming restaurants with excellent local cuisine both at the lake side and in the old part of town. The Mediterranean sea is 30 km away. Train connection to the center of Rome is very good, a train every half-hour.
Private parking place, WiFi, linen and towels provided.

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More about us

  1. AnnaMaria is Italian and Hans-Olov is Swedish, both retired and with grown up children living and working in different countries.

  2. Hans-Olov is a scholar of Roman history, and AnnaMaria is active with human rights issues, especially regarding children.

  3. We love to travel, and did quite a lot of travelling in our professional life. We love gardening which reflects in the plants and flowers of our garden.

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Bit of culture
This is the land of Etruscans and Romans, we may call it an open-air museum, Roman villas, acqueducts still in use to bring water to the eternal city, and all that Rome has to offer in terms of centuries of history and art.

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