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A homely and warm two-bedroom apartment with garden for up to five people a short stroll from the historic Via Appia in Rome.
If you are visiting Rome with a family or a group of friends and want to enjoy a more sedate holiday, then this is ideal for you. Located near the ancient Via Appia, this apartment is far enough away from the bustling centre but an easy bus ride away from the attractions available there. The apartment has a very welcoming feel with a beautiful tiled floor, quality furnishings and a wonderful fresh colour scheme. The living room has a double sofa-bed and a flat screen TV, while the spacious kitchen comes complete with an oven, a grill, a hob, a microwave and everything else needed to prepare a perfect dish. Have your meal at the charming dining table with seating for four guests or enjoy the serenity of the garden, where you can have a barbecue.
There are two bedrooms consisting of a single bed and a double bed. The double room has an en-suite bathroom. The two bathrooms ensure no overcrowding and both have recently been remodelled and fitted out with a shower and a bathtub/shower combination. Amenities include a washing machine, an iron and board, a dishwasher, a hairdryer and hi-speed Internet. Pets are permitted. The bus stop is only five minutes away, as is the bike rental office for the park. A quality apartment in a superb area.
Located in the south east of the city, this area is dominated by the ancient Via Appia Antica and this apartment is only a short stroll from there. Known to the Romans as Regina viarum (Queen of roads) parts of the road date back to 312 BC and the road literally bleeds history as Spartacus and 600 of his rebel slaves were crucified here. Although it is the stand-out attraction, there are many more places of interest in the area such as the Basilica di San Sebastiano. Dating back to the IV century, the Basilica has an underground network of Catacombs stretching for 12 kilometres and is a real step back in time to the imperial days. Rent a bicycle for the day and visit the Mausoleo Di Cecilia, the Villa De Quintili, the Catacombe Di Santa Domitilla & the Chiesa Del Domine Quo Vadis. More than enough to keep you occupied in this most ancient part of the city.