|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
My husband and I rented the cottage for our honeymoon, and we couldn't have been more pleased with our decision. The cottage itself was clean, beautiful, and spacious. The property is huge, with so many lovely sights to take in. There's a pond (with different types of fish), lots of flowers and trees, and cute cats and dogs. The owner, Lillina, even took us to meet the neighbor's horses and wild pig!
As you can see from the pics, the pool is huge! We couldn't take full advantage it because Italy was a bit too cold during our trip, but it was very clean, and I'm sure it would be awesome for someone who plans to travel to Italy in the summer.
Lillina was awesome. She made us feel very welcome on the day we arrived by providing us with some local staples (cereal, bread, eggs, strawberries, etc.) and even showed us around Tivoli a bit, including where to purchase a train ticket to Rome. She also cooked us a wonderful dinner one night to celebrate our honeymoon, and I'm not exaggerating when I say it was the best meal I've ever had.
Even though Rome is a fairly short train trip away, you should definitely make time to explore Tivoli. If you are a fan of nature like me, Villa d'Este and Villa Gregoriana are must-sees. I would definitely recommend driving or taking a taxi to Tivoli as opposed to walking, though. We walked, which is doable (took about 30 minutes), but since the road is so narrow and curvy, it was a bit scary.
Anyway, we greatly enjoyed our stay here, and we highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys comfort, a kind host, and beauty! :)
We had a lovely week in this villa and couldn't have wished for anywhere better to stay. The villa itself was spacious and clean and set in lovely grounds. The pool was excellent although a little chilly in May, but we still went in on the hotter days. It is a short drive to Tivoli itself - a lovely old town with the amazing Villa D'este and Villa Adriana (both featured in Monty Don's Italian Gardens DVD), as well as Villa Gregoriana. Rome is just a train ride away and Herculaneum and Pompeii a couple of hours drive. We would recommend this villa to anyone seeking a safe, relaxing and calm holiday in delightful surroundings. A special mention for Lillina, our host, who looked after us so well and cooked us a lovely meal on our last night, which turned out to be our best evening during our week's holiday.
We have just spent a wonderful week in this apartment in Tivoli.
The cottage you rent is an independent house behind the swimming pool with one bedroom, a large living room and a nice bathroom/ kitchen. There is a nice private terrace where you can eat, in front of the cottage. There is also a private parking spot for your car.
The house was clean, there were plenty of towels and the bed was very good.
The owner is a very nice lady who really makes you feel at home and is very helpful. She gave us fresh eggs and tomatoes and lettuce from the garden and in the house everything needed for breakfast and coffee etc was waiting for us (for free!).
The attraction to us was that we could visit Tivoli (Villa d’Este, Villa Gregoriana and the Villa of Hadrian) and Rome and then return to this oasis and relax near the swimming pool, while enjoying the views of Tivoli and Rome. The swimming pool is large and very well looked after (very clean!).
The last years we visited Rome and usually stay in an apartment in the city, but we were a bit tired of the crowds and the heat. This villa is a wonderful alternative to an apartment in Rome.
We didn’t find the driving near the property difficult. If you leave the gate of this property and turn left you reach Tivoli in 5 minutes and if you turn right, you can visit the villa of Hadrian and Rome. Of course a train trip to Rome is more practical due to parking problems in Rome.
A special attraction to those who love antiquities and archaeology is that the villa of Quintilio Varo is partly on the grounds of this property and the owner can inform you about this villa. You can take a walk in the large garden of this villa and really feel like you’re on historical grounds.
We truly enjoyed our stay in this property and will hopefully return here.
We spent a wonderful holiday in Tivoli in this great accommodation. I would highly recommend it. We were traveling with our 2 year old son. We were made very welcome , with toys for our son and walks through the extensive grounds seeing Roman remains, centuries old olive trees, and feeding the animals. The olive oil produced here is wonderful and we managed to get some back to the UK. Highlight was our wonderful host cooking pizzas in the outdoor pizza oven by the pool. The most delicious pizzas in Italy! Very relaxing place to stay, with views across to Rome and it was fantastic to visit Villa D'Este in Tivoli.
we had the most wonderful holiday staying with Illina who was the perfect host. The accomadation is completely self contained with its own delightful veranda overlooking the contryside with Rome in the distance. the pool is a good size a lovely place to relax. The extensive grounds are beautiful and run into the hilly olive grove with a small but picturesque pond just above the house.Tivoli itself has much to offer and the world famous Villa D'Este is an absolute must to see. Villa Adriana, just outside Tivoli is a step back into the past and provides an interesting, enjoyable day out revealing beautiful grounds and extensive archaelogical ruins that are remarkable for their preserved condition. Villa Gregriana , which is very close by, takes you through a strikingly tranquil wooded area and the famous water fall, that was built by Pope Gregory to take the flood water away from the town.
At the exit there is a very good restaurant offering quality Italian food and superb service.
Overall, we can highly reccomend both Tivoli as destination, andVilla Montanna as a haven of peaceful tranquility.
wWe hope that you enjoy your stay as much as we did.
Diane and Michael
We had a real great time here. The place is even better than in the ad. The swimming pool is gorgeous, the garden and the view too.
We spent 2 weeks there and went to Rome by car. it is 30 mn far from the center of Rome, with no traffic and easy parking.
Tivoli and the area are really nice, lots of beautiful things to see and visit (villa Adriana, villa d'Este, villa Gorgiana, Castelli Romani...).
Lillina and Agostino are fantastic landlords, kind, helpful, with good advises.
We really hope to come back again !
The residence is a guest house of a very nice country villa in Tivoli. 5000sq.m flowered garden with very ancient olive plants and all kinds of agrums, 120sq.m pool, located on a sunny hill in front of Rome and Tivoli. Far from the heavy traffic noise and stressing life, hidden in a very relaxing and peaceful place. Yet only 30 mins drive from Rome. 10' from Hadrian's Villa, Villa D'Este, Villa Gregoriana and Sibilla and VestaTemples in Tivoli. 15' from Tivoli's Termae Spa, 60' from roman seaside, 45 from skiing area, 20' from Golf Course Marco Simone. 300m from the bus stop to every kind of shops and excellent restaurants, or Tivoli charming/traditional Italian life, and connections to Rome in 1 hour by train or by bus.
|1-2 bambini < 14 anni||£0|
nelle tariffe inverno il riscaldamento a consumo secondo contatore (media 10-15€/notte)
Cauzione : € 200 all'arrivo
Modalità di pagamento : bonifico bancario, paypal, cash ( solo per cauzione ed optional)
Cancellazioni : 40-20 gg prima dell'inizio vacanza rimborso 50% del pagato; meno 20 giorni no rimborso