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Country House, Nr. Piglio, South of Rome, Lazio - great for day trips to Rome
Description of sleeping capacity: Sleeps 7/9 (3 Bedrooms) Notes on bedrooms: First floor: Bedroom 1 – three single beds - can be set up as a double and a single. Bedroom 2 – double bed. Bedroom 3 – adult-size bunk-beds (given the size of the room, would suit one adult or two children). Sofa bed in kitchen pulls out into a double.
Pool / Spa
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - High Chair, Baby Gate, Travel CotHigh Chair, Baby Gate, Travel Cot
Pets allowed - Max 2 Well Behaved DogsMax 2 Well Behaved Dogs
Smoking allowed - Please do not smoke in the housePlease do not smoke in the house
Max guests: 9 (sleeps up to 8 adults)
Minimum age of primary renter: 21
- Please respect the neighbours and the house as if they were your own
- Please put the rubbish/garbage out on the days that each type of waste need to be put out.
- Supervise children in pool at all times.
The coast (Sperlonga, Sabaudia, Terracina) is approximately an hour and a quarter drive away.
A rental car is almost essential for sightseeing and shopping. However, there are buses from outside the house to Rome, Piglio and Fiuggi. Anagni-Fiuggi train station is 15 minutes by car. The train service to Roma Termini (Central station) is quite frequent (every hour or so) and takes around 50 minutes. Tickets incorporating the Rome Metro and buses are very good value. The house is 10 minutes from the main Rome-Naples A1 motorway.
Ciampino (Ryanair) approx. 55 minutes.
Fiumicino (BA/Alitalia, Easyjet) approx 75 minutes.
Naples/Pompeii – 2 hours
Florence/Assisi/Pisa/Amalfi – Approx. 3 hours.
There are plenty of restaurants a short drive away, from cheap and cheerful pizzerie to a Michelin star restaurant – 'Le Colline Ciociare' only 10 minutes away in Acuto.
There are banks and shops in Piglio and larger supermarkets and a hospital in nearby Anagni.
There is a local market in Piglio every Friday and a larger market on Sundays in Alipiani di Arcinazzo
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About Kristina Dockray
I started letting this property over a decade ago on behalf of my mother, although we stopped for the last few years due to personal circumstances. My brother and I inherited the house recently and have carried out some major works, including adding a new staircase, downstairs toilet, an en suite bathroom to one of the bedrooms and a stunning new kitchen.
Kristina Dockray purchased this house in 1957
Why Kristina Dockray chose Piglio
My grandfather bought this house in 1957. Though Swedish, he worked most of his life for the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation in Rome. He, my grandmother and mother played golf regularly at the Fiuggi Golf Club, hence the choice of location for his weekend house. It is a beautiful and unspoilt area, with relatively few foreign tourists, yet it is easy to get to Rome and centrally placed to visit many interesting places.
What makes this house unique
If you want to chat to real, local Italians, the neighbours/managers - Ivana and Luigi - are always keen to get to know our guests. But they will also leave you alone, if that's what you prefer. If you want to get to know them, just invite them round for a cup of coffee or a glass of wine or beer!
- english, french, italian, swedish