|Tipo de imóvel||casarão|
|Estadia Mínima||4 - 5 noites|
A casa tem 3 quartos, 2 casas de banho, uma sala de estar, sala de jantar, uma cozinha, um terraço frontal e um terraço para trás e um grande jardim. A casa é grande o suficiente para 5 pessoas para ficar confortavelmente em.
A moradia está em Borgo Vodice, uma pequena vila agrícola na região de Latina, Lazio cerca de 100 km ao sul de Roma - muito perto dos resorts de praia de Sabaudia, Terracina e San Felice Circeo. O Parque Nacional de Circeo (a reserva natural) é a poucos passos de distância para aqueles que gostam de ciclismo e caminhada. As montanhas são um pouco mais longe, mas a 45 minutos de carro pode chegar ao delicioso histórica vila de montanha de Sermoneta ou à Abadia de Fossanova. Você pode até mesmo visitar o centro de Roma de trem para um dia e, em seguida, relaxar e voltar no campo! A área tem muito a oferecer em qualquer época do ano e é ainda pouco conhecida pelos turistas britânicos.
Descobrir mais sobre a minha casa website www. italianvilla. Org. Reino Unido e no meu blog sobre a área http locais: // travelsaroundlaziowithliz. blogspot. com
Instalações locais: A aldeia é de cerca de 5 minutos a pé da casa. Há 3 supermercados, 3 bares, um posto de correios, caixas eletrônicos, um químico, uma banca de jornais e uma outra variedade de lojas. Há também um vinhedo local nas proximidades, com premiado vinho: Cantina Sant'Andrea. O vinho pode ser comprado pela garrafa ou você pode encher o seu garrafão das enormes barris de madeira a preços muito razoáveis!
Como chegar: A maneira mais fácil para chegar até aqui a partir do estrangeiro é voar para Roma. Você pode pousar em qualquer dos aeroportos: Fiumicino ou Ciampino. Orçamento companhias aéreas pousar em ambos. Contratação e pegar um carro é muito para a frente em ambos os aeroportos. A viagem leva cerca de 1 hora e meia e na maioria das viajar é em estradas principais. Um carro é uma necessidade nesta área, como o transporte público é pouco frequente, também um carro significa que muitos lugares mais interessantes são facilmente acessíveis!
A estação de trem mais próxima é em Priverno / Fossanova. É a cerca de 20 minutos de carro da vila. Os trens funcionam de hora em hora para a estação central de Roma Termini e leva cerca de 50 minutos.
Produtos locais: A área agrícola é bem conhecida pela sua produção local. Buffalo mozzarella é feita localmente em fazendas neaby e pode ser purchsed feitos na hora. Eucalyptus e mel de flor de laranjeira também são vendidos localmente a partir de fazendas próximas. Peixe fresco é vendido em cidades locais, como é uma variedade de legumes e frutas cultivados localmente. O vinho pode ser comprado a partir de vinhas locais a preços muito razoáveis.
Ich hatte dort einen wunderschönen und harmonischen Aufenthalt.
Man konnte sich gut entspannen und es war für alle Annehmlichkeiten
gesorgt. Auch war der Kontakt zu den Vermietern sehr gut und nett.
We had a totally FABULOUS fortnight staying in the villa.
The house is spacious, feels like home and has everything you'd need.
The location is fantastic! We loved the fact that there weren't any other British people around!! It's in a real community, with real people and local services and yet a ten-minute drive from totally fantastic beaches and the wider area is full of fascinating history.
We don't speak any Italian and most people in the shops or cafes or beach didn't speak English and everyone (genuinely without exception) was gracious and helpful and kind in helping us find our way around.
Apart from some fantastic days out, our highlight was the local festivals accompanied by the most wonderful next-door-neighbours!
Having read the previous reviews we took a satnav and it was really useful. One tip we'd pass on is that if you go straight to the nearest beaches at Sabaudia it costs 1 euro an hour to park; if you go a bit further up the coast (the road comes away from the sea for a bit before turning back alongside the beach) it's 2 euros for the day (3 at the weekend).
The Sainsbury's were excellent and anyone thinking of going here can be completely confident of great communication and help.
We've already recommended the property to friends.
THANK YOU - WE HAD THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME!!!
All our family had very nice vacation in this pretty house, which is very well maintained and fully equipped. Since the routing instrcutions were very detailed we easily found the road to the house. The only thing we missed was dishwasher machine and it disgress a little.
It was absolutely as described, everything is clean and prepared to our arrival. It has two terraces keepeng the shadow in sunny day what we appreciated rather soon - everytime returning from the beach we entered the calm and cool rooms. Morning breakfast on the terrace is also very pleasant beginning of the day. The owner shared with us some brilliant ideas where to go and how to adopt easily on the new place. We especially enjoyed the trip to the Lepini mountains (Bassiano and Sermonetta) I would recommend to go there if you have time and desire to explore the mountain life of this part of Italy.
We liked the beaches of Sabaudia and Circeo, fish restaurant in Gaeta and visit to Rome (one time we used the train from Priverno-Fossanova)
What we didn't like - two days of vacation were spoiled by strong stormes and heavy showers when we had to hide in the house. Happily sunny days prevail on bad ones
Recomended for families with children - secluded and secure place for vacation, very nice and friendly neighbours.
We had a fantastic stay in the villa in Aug 2013. We are a family of 5 but there was plenty of room, even when 2 more people joined us - helped by the fact of having 2 bathrooms. The garden is lovely for outside eating and star gazing in the evening and has several fruit trees. A car is essential to explore the surrounding area and to go to the beach and local villages. There is a train station about 7 miles away that connects with Rome and Naples. The nearest beach is at Sabaudia and was never too crowded with shallow water, sometimes calm and sometimes with waves so great for children. We also visited the beach at San Felice which is busier but with a interesting town to visit afterwards and get amazing ice cream. Highly recommended are the mountain towns of Bassiano and Sermoneta. Also further afield are the historic seaside towns of Terracina and Sperlonga. There is something for everyone with blue flag beaches and cultural sites to visit. The village of Borgio Vodice has the basics of supermarkets, pharmacy, baker, all day cafe, cashpoint and a few shops and restaurants and many festive events over the summer. We also hugely enjoyed the availability of fresh agricultural produce such as cheese, meats, honey and of course wine and grappa - all sold direct from farms a stone's throw from the village.
I recommend the villa to families and people who are keen to get to know the true Italian experience. I am looking forward to going back to the villa in the near future.
The listing location appeared accurate regarding location, layout & facilities. The spacious gardens, quite well equipped kitchen, satellite tv with various Sky channels in English & free internet were well appreciated facilities.
The property was clean. On the whole it was well maintained, although the shower tray needs repair/replacement. The house had many dated features, which I personally liked, as it felt homely & had interesting retro design features.
The owner Liz Sainsbury provided very good customer service. Any email enquiries to her were answered well and promptly. As a family, we would like to give a special thank you to Liz's brother David, who lives in Rome. During our stay, David was the key holder and managed the house. He was most kind & helpful to us, was contactable by text & gave useful recommendations on places to visit. So, thanks a lot David!
I would recommend the property to friends and relatives.
The surrounding area itself is quite rural, which makes for a relaxing quiet immediate environment. The village Borgo Vodice therefore has only limited facilities. These being a few small supermarkets, a Pharmacy, around 2 bars, a pizzeria, a fuel station and not much else. But these were ample facilities for us as a family, as we have a 2 year old son, so understandably ate in at night. A hire car is vital to get about, as is a satnav (the latter brought along from home). Places worth visiting :
* SABAUDIA for its excellent sandy beach, with a few roadside cafe-bars, perfect for a drink with a sea view! There is also a pizzeria in Sabaudia called something like "Pizzeria 2000", which has a wood-fired oven and does very nice pizzas, convenient for a take away.
* TERRACINA has an atmospheric old town quarter (on a hill), with interesting architecture. There is a gelateria which does great ice creams, near the fountain. I think it was called "Ferrari". This is NOT in the old town. It also has a large Co-Op for food shopping and a Lidl.
* SAN FELICE CIRCEO has a long straight road by the sea, easy to park up at, for a stroll. It also has an old town quarter, again on a hill, again worth visIting for the architecture and also for the sea views!
* SERMONETA for its fabulous historic atmosphere and appearance.
* MONTECASSINO ABBEY is a must see. Its location provides amazing views & it has fabulous architecture & internal decor. You must remember to wear trousers as if you wear shorts you'll be turned away.
We have been twice to this spacious house south of Rome with our two children. The terraces and large flat garden are ideal for small people to play in and meant that some days were very lazy, simply spent in and around the house and garden - bliss!
THe first time we went we had to be a little careful as our youngest had just turned 2, so we had to watch her going up and down the steps to the garden and to avoid the steps outside leading to the cellar. Apart from that, it was very safe and the mix of shade and sun meant that the children could easily play outside or in the paddling pool.
The closest beach, at Sabaudia, is perfect with broad sandy beach and warm sea!
The second time we went we ventured into Rome on the train and had a great time at the zoo.
All in all, this house is well located to access many places - city, beach, countryside, as well as the local facilities at Borgo Vodice.
Há uma riqueza de lugares para visitar e coisas para fazer nesta área. Este é apenas um destaque.
Cerca de 15 minutos de carro: Sabuadia Praia e da Cidade: Durante os meses mais quentes, uma visita a esta praia é uma obrigação. San Felice Circeo: Existem lindas praias aqui também. A maioria dos italianos já ouviu falar de San Felice Circeo e sei que como um resort de praia exclusivo. Terracina: Novamente, há praias aqui e uma cidade moderna na parte inferior da colina e uma cidade muito antiga, na parte superior, que remontam à época romana. Parque Nacional de Circeo: O parque é muito grande e pode ser usado para pé ou de bicicleta em. Há uma grande variedade de aves, veados e até mesmo javali!
Cerca de 45 minutos de carro: Sermoneta: É uma cidade medieval velha com uma catedral do século 13 e um grande castelo nas montanhas próximas. Norma e no site romana de Norba.
2/3 horas de carro: Pompéia, Herculano, Roma, Nápoles, Costa Amalfitana.
|Validade da Tarifa||por noite||Noite (fim de semana)||por semana||por mês *||Pacote ou Evento|
Autumn/ Winter 2016
set 3 2016 - abr 29 2017
Estadia mínima: 4 noite(s)
abr 30 2017 - set 1 2017
Estadia mínima: 5 noite(s)
Estadia mínima: 5 noite(s)
|Taxas||Sem taxas adicionais obrigatórias|
The rates per week are all inclusive with no extra charges.
* Tarifa mensal aproximada. O valor real dependerá dos dias em que você de fato se hospedar no imóvel.