Newly renovated apartment, located in one of the most beautiful squares of the historic center of Campagnano. The house is on the route of the francigena for pilgrims coming from the Monte Gelato waterfalls, and is 2 km from the Vallelunga racetrack. Public parking, possibility of garage for those traveling by bike or motorbike. The apartment consists of two double bedrooms, living room with sofa bed, full kitchen with dishwasher, brand new bathroom, entrance and small balcony.
“Rosanna's apartment is spotlessly clean - pullitissimo - and very modern. Check-in was flawless, as there was a lockbox, and no appointment was necessary for arrival. There was a problem with the Wi-FI password, and she came to the apartment right away to correct the situation. I highly recommend her apartment.”
Ground-floor apartment consisting of a bedroom with kitchenette and a bathroom. It is located in the historic center of Campagnano di Roma, behind the town, right on the Via Francigena. Breathtaking view of the Vejo park. On foot you can reach buses, restaurants, bars shops, all in a few minutes.
“We had a great time. The clean house, Constance welcomed us with a Christmas cake, made us find bottles of water, coffee, sugar (it is not obvious) and much appreciated were shampoo, conditioner and body cream (which we had forgotten). The house is a love, tastefully decorated and in a beautiful country location. Every morning from the sofa bed we could see the sun rise. Highly recommended.”
"Villa Olivella" is located in Campagnano di Roma, an ancient village in the north of Rome, whose origins date back to Roman times. The property is surrounded by a lush garden of 6,000 square meters, has a pool and two houses facilities.
“We’ve just got back from 10 days at Ludovica’s villa and it was AMAZING! The location is very convenient, around 45-50 mins from Leonardo da Vinci (FCO) airport, so finding it was stress free and easy. The villa is classic in style with spacious rooms and a nice layout. The pool, as others have commented, is just delightful. Cleaned daily and so nice to swim in - one of the nicest pools I’ve swum in for many years. To be clear for others, because I wasn’t sure how it worked before we got there, the pool is shared with another villa on the property - also Ludovica’s. This set up works perfectly fine. We have two young children (4 and 7) so we spent most days around the pool as it was the first decent holiday we’d had as a family in a while. Being there for 10 days the first part of the week had some American/Canadian guests in the other villa and they were out most of every day ‘doing Italy’ so we had the place to ourselves. As a courtesy we tended to slope off around 4pm when they returned just to give them some quiet time without our two kids going mad. The second half of the week had a German family with a young boy staying so the pool worked great (again when both families were there) because the kids did what kids do best and got on playing together - with not regard for the language barrier! There are plenty of loungers, sun spots and umbrellas if both residents are using the space at the same time but as I say, we had it largely to ourselves. The gardens around the property are beautifully manicured and that was a bonus feature the kids loved, having somewhere to play and run around. There were negative comments we read about noise from the nearby racetrack and proximity to the main road but, in our opinion, unless you are used to complete silence (or want complete silence) we didn’t find any of this at all intrusive. It is very light background noise. We have stayed in very rural Italy before which is always nice but the downside to that is you’re typically miles from anywhere - which becomes a pain when you want some bread or milk. Ludo’s place is not in the middle of nowhere, instead near to the local town and other facilities; but this just makes it accessible and easy. The main road referred to is a modest Italian rural road, not a busy highway. The property itself is behind substantial electric gates and screened from the road. It is completely self contained so secure for children and, on the whole, perfectly quiet and peaceful. The racing (if its even on) is only during the day and stops over lunch generally - for us anywhere, I’m not sure it was a full racing event, more of a track day/testing. During the evening and night it is as quiet as anywhere. There were also comments about mosquitos, yes there are mosquitos but this is typical for anywhere that can be hot and humid. It is not a big deal but rather to be expected. Take some bug spray, some itch cream and get on with it! The villa has nets on most of the windows so if you keep the main door closed the villa can be a bite free zone. Ludovica is assisted by Olimpia who lives nearby and met us on arrival and check out. She is wonderfully helpful and friendly. Quick to respond on text if you have any queries whilst there and just a lovely person who deserves a name-check in this review! Overall we’d definitely recommend Ludovica’s place to anyone. Perfect for lounging around the pool or as a super convenient base to explore Rome and and the wider Lazio area. We’d love to go back one day!”