“Le camere Pinte” is a Medieval Stone Court of 1.400 completely restored and modernized, made up of three large, bright and indipendent apartments located in three different floors of the Court for the complete privacy of the guests.
In each apartment our guests can feel the charm of the past combined with the comfort of the modern forniture (internet wi fi, washing machine, dishwasher, nespresso coffe maker, tv sat, dvd player, full equipped kitchen, orthopedic beds).
Each apartment is made up of 2 large bedrooms (for 5 or 6 guests), 2 bathrooms with shower, a full equipped kitchen, a dining room with big table, a living room with sofà and tv, and beautiful terrace with umbrella, table and chairs for the outdoor living to enjoy the great view over the sea.
When our guests want to stay in a beautiful, large and real pool to enjoy the sun with their family, 5 minutes by car from the Court they can reach a quite open pool under olive trees; free entrance, umbrella and sunbeds for our guests.
The Stone Court is located in the historical centre of Sermoneta (our guests can park the car in front of the apartment) and it is the ONLY authorized and certified by the Government of Sermoneta in incoming foreign turists.
Thanks to our competence in welcoming guest and thanks to the high quality of the apartments, our structure is reccomended in the Novembere 2011 issue of 'Bell'Italia', one of the most famous italian magazine of tourism.
Why choose Sermoneta?
Our guests use our Apartments as a base for exploring the area around Sermoneta and the central Italy: located between Rome and the Mediterranean sea, Sermoneta offer the possibility to reach the beautiful beaches of Sabaudia in 30 minutes, Rome (by train or car) in 30 minutes, Ninfa Garden in 5 minutes, Tivoli with Villa Adriana in one hour, the famous Ruin of Pompei in a couple of hours...
Have a look of the detailed description of the three apartments of the Residence: “Ninfa Apartment”, “Sermoneta Apartment” and "Tellus Apartment".
Below, some Informations about Sermoneta: things to do, place to visit, itineraries, monuments, restaurants...
Sermoneta has changed little since its medieval conception, and the enormous fortress of Caetani Castle in the centre of the village, looms over and dominants the town and the valley below. Today, the castle hosts courses, seminars, and prestigious concerts. In July, there are concerts in the castle by well-known contemporary musicians and orchestras.The Caetani Castle is open every day from 10 to 13.
This medieval town is also known for the famous 'Ninfa Garden' that contains at least 19 varieties of deciduous Magnolia, along with birch, aquatic Iris and a sensational variety of Japanese maples growing in the eight hectares of the garden. To visit Ninfa Garden see the web site ""
The unique historic qualities of Sermoneta live on its Romanesque Cathedrals of S. Michele (XI century), Santa Maria Assunta (XII century, also famous for its frescoes of Benozzo Gozzoli), San Giuseppe (XVI century), San Francesco (erected in XI century by Knights Templar) and the Cistercian Abbey of Valvisciolo (XIV century). All of these churches are in the historical centre of the medieval town near the apartments. Don't forget the camera!
The historical centre is full of Open air restaurants and di bufala, prosciutto crudo, fettuccine ai funghi porcini and delicious italian wines are waiting for you!
The villages offers year around Festas, and in particular in the month of May, there are concerts every weekend, as well as art exhibits, painting classes for children and much more.
There is a medieval Festa of the Madonna di Vittoria in October, a Polenta festival in January, and other magical events all year long.
Sermoneta thanks for its medieval characterization has been the set for many movies like the Italian “Non ci resta che piangere” starring Roberto Benigni and Massimo Troisi or the American “Silk” from the book by Alessandro Baricco.
Also the film director Franco Zeffirelli (rewarded for 14 Oscar Nominations) fell in love with Sermoneta calling it 'The Paris of Italy'.