|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
The property is an entire floor of a detached house with two double beds and four single beds, dining room, a full bathroom with shower, two bedrooms, separate entrance, kitchen and living independently, for a total of about 170 square meters.
You can also use private parking and garden.
Inside the villa we manage on the ground floor a nursery - baby parking of which we can expand the service to guests.
Our company can also offer catering if needed.
We also have a cooperative agreement with the charterer and can offer trips on Roma and Lazio in car with chauffeur.
Finally we can rent also of electric bicycles.
Cerveteri, is an attractive world especially for cemeteries that are the most important Etruscan burial ground and one of the greatest archaeological sites of the classical world. Therefore, it and a must to understand the evolution of Western civilization and offers to all visitors a charming and unforgettable spectacle.
As a complement there is the National Museum Cerite presenting valuable funerary objects of considerable interest, even though most of the finds and in the National Museum of Villa Giulia and in the Gregorian Etruscan Museum of the Vatican, not counting those owned by major museums of world (British Museum, the Louvre, the Metropolitan Museum). Very important were the discovery of new graves, occurred in the last year, full of charm and mystery, that he is dedicating the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage. In medieval Caere, agricultural village path against Saracen incursions, slowly was abandoned by its inhabitants who, to defend themselves, they moved to a nearby location, the actual Ceri (9 km).
The old village, Civitas Caeris Veteris, assumed the name of Cerveteri. The history of this has its beginning in the ninth century. to. C. with the Villanovan culture, but reaches its peak between the seventh and sixth centuries. to. C. when it dominates the surrounding territories to the mountains of Tolfa, part of the territories of Veii and a coastal area of 70 km.
The power of Caere was in business with any country in the Mediterranean: from Carthage to the Greek cities, as evidenced by the enormous quantities of objects found in the necropolis.
Starting from the fourth century. to. C., Caere begins a long and unstoppable decline, caused by the constant clashes with the Latins, the Cumans and Syracuse until the subjugation of Rome in 272. C. and subsequent reduction of the big city, a farming town.
Caere then passed by the Lombards, the Papal States; It was abandoned for a long time, but after the eleventh century. recovered becoming a thriving fortified village, first under the Growing, then Venturini and finally became a free municipality (XIII sec.); after two centuries pass to the Orsini, who sold it to Bartolorneo Ruspoli.
This family the current owner of the castle located in Piazza Santa Maria, where they are located (at the thirteenth-century fortress) and the National Museum Cerite a beautiful Romanesque church (XI sec.).
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My Standard Rate
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
for 7 nights
|Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add £10 per night, per additional guest|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£85|
Il soggiorno deve essere di almeno 7 giorni x min 4 persone
la pulizia finale è di euro 40,00