A beautiful villa in the Sabine countryside, built on Roman ruins, with a spectacular view of the valleys that sweeps up to the mountains of Rome, towards sunset.
Here you can spend a relaxing holiday in nature, and set the starting point for excursions in Lazio, Umbria and Rome.
The ideal place for those who want to spend a holiday surrounded by nature, beauty and history.
The house is in fact built on a Roman ruin, a step away from what was to be the gateway to the ancient city of Trebula Mutuesca. The house is surrounded by olive groves and a lovely garden with two Roman pillars on its edge, which are probably the remains of the ancient gateway to the Roman city of Trebula Mutuesca, today's Monteleone Sabino. The garden borders with pristine meadows and woods and overlooks a deep valley, looking towards the sunset and towards the Soratte, the mountain of Rome.
The house is cozy and rustic, and very comfortable. Under the play of the roofs supported by chestnut beams there are two bedrooms and a comfortable living room with fireplace, two bathrooms and a spacious kitchen very well equipped overlooking the garden. The floors are all in terracotta, the bathrooms and the kitchen covered with hand painted tiles, and the furnishings are simple and well-kept.
Here you can be in great tranquility and silence, moving occasionally to visit Rome, Tivoli, Ostia Antica, or for a trip to Monte Terminillo (2100 meters), or to Lake Turano (only 15 km), perhaps pushing up in Perugia or Naples and coming back in the day. We are very close to everything, but often here it is too good, and we prefer to stay to enjoy this wonderful nature, reading, sunbathing or collecting cherries, figs and apricots to make jams.
I will be there to welcome you, and I will be pleased to suggest itineraries, where to eat and have fun, to make you live a truly unforgettable holiday.