The apartment is in an 18th century building. It has a very personal charm due to my mother’s many travels and interests as an art historian. It is situated in Trastevere, one of the oldest and liveliest parts of Rome right in the city centre.
The apartment is on the first floor of an 18th century building with high wooden beamed ceilings. It has a very personal style and is the home of an art historian who has travelled the world and the apartment reflects this. There is a small kitchen and bathroom and a comfortable sitting room with a dining table. There are two bedrooms - one is closed off by a sliding door the other is closed off with floor to ceiling curtains. There is a cot and a baby bouncer for small children.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests will have access to the main entrance of the building and condominium and of course the whole apartment, including the bathroom and kitchen.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We will welcome you to the apartment and show you around and then you will be left to enjoy your stay. If you need any assistance we are just a phone call away and can usually be at the apartment within a short time.
It is in a quiet street very close to the river Tiber and the bridge called Ponte Sisto which takes you right into the heart of Rome and from where most of the sights are within walking distance. At about a 20 minute walk, on the left side of the river, one can reach St. Peters and the Vatican. In Piazza S. Cosimato you will find a local open air market with fresh produce but the area is well served with delicatessens and supermarkets.
Please respect my mother's home she does live here when you are not there. Treat her home as if it were yours and leave the apartment clean and tidy just as you find it when you arrive. We generally follow a no smoking rule. The area has fully recycled rubbish so please follow the instructions for refuse.
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I have had the priviledge of travelling in quite a few places around the world and probably India is the country I love most. I have worked for many years in costume for both theatre and film and the house is full of textiles and books and things brought back from my travels. I grew up in London and my family is a bit of a mix - Belgian , Moroccan, Italian etc. We are a family of travellers and we speak quite a few languages and art and architecture are our bread and butter. Like myself I hope those of you who will come to our home enjoy meeting new people with similar interests. Welcome!