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"Farnese"

view of the interior at the rome Farnese self-catering accommodation sitting room / bedroomThis beautifully furnished 1st floor self-catering Rome accomodation for 2 is in the heart of the city's historical centre. Accomodation Farnese is in the Rennaissance district of Rome just off Piazza Farnese with its Farnese palace (designed by Michelangelo) and adjacent to Piazza Campo de' Fiori, renowned for its characteristic market. Piazza Navona is just up the road.

You could not be deeper into the city of rome, in your own renaissance cobbled street by the Tiber river with one of the most beautiful squares just a pace away. The ancient map on the right gives an idea of the wonders found around there.

Farnese accomodation layout

Every effort has been made to provide accommodation retaining as far as possible the original features of the building.

plan of the rome self-catering accommodation ground floor at FarneseThe apartment is original, charming and comfortable and much care has been taken to furnish the interior to a high standard. This accomodation is perfect for discerning guests who can enjoy the pleasures of their surroundings. The layout is that of a large studio with a wide archway between the bedroom area (the bed is large and round - quite sumptuous!) and sitting room with extra sofa-bed. A corridor facing onto the internal courtyard leads to the separate kitchen and bathroom.

Features such as the original fire-place, ceilings, antique décor and artwork give the whole apartment a very special feel: picture page.

a painting of the virgin Mary at the corner of the Farnesi street with Piazza Farnese by your rome self-catering accommodationa step away from your self-catering Rome accomodation...

all amenities are available and shopping as well as one of Rome's most characteristic markets are all in the vicinity at Piazza Campo de' Fiori. The nearby streets offer a host of enticing little shops, artisan workshops and cafés. A wealth of restaurants and trattorias ensure every opportunity to relax and enjoy a good meal after a busy day’s sightseeing.

Restaurants

Eating out is simply a question of choosing from the many pizzerias, trattorias and restaurants in the area. The "Trastevere" is particularly well known amongst Romans  who like to dine out and pass a few very pleasant evening hours with family or friends.

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Many of Rome's most famous sites and monuments can be reached on foot given the excellent location. The Pantheon and Piazza Navona are at most 5 minutes away and in 15 minutes one can reach Capitol Hill with the Forum and Colosseum to follow. The area is also well connected by public transport for visiting other areas of the city

rome apartment Farnese

Farnese Accomodation Prices

Prices per night. Minimum 3 nights

- Euro.135.00 per night inclusive Euro.15.00 per night deposit Euro.120.00 on arrival + Euro.32.00 final cleaning

Special prices

- 3/1 – 29/2 Euro.120.00 per night: Deposit E.15.00 + on arrival E.105.00

- August Euro 120.00 : Euro 10 per day dep. + Euro 110 on arrival

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Rome accomodation Farnese was written and published by Giovanni Milani-Santarpia for www.mariamilani.com - Farnese is a beautiful self-catering accomodation for 2 persons in the heart of Renaissance Rome.