The name "Castelli Romani" usually indicates a series of small towns to the south-east of Rome. Most of them are on a highland known since ancient times as Colli Albani. It is still uncertain where the name originated from: in the early eighteen hundreds, they were generally known as 'the Roman countryside' or Colli Albani. Today, Castelli Romani is a famous tourist destination not only to admire the beautiful Roman countryside, but also to enjoy the food and wine delicacies. In this setting we find a comfortable country residence, simply decorated and surrounded by a beautiful garden full of plants, flowers, fruit trees and olive trees, where guests are free to take a stroll. There is a spacious double bedroom with private bathroom with shower. Don't forget the Saint Lucia Festival from 13 December to 7 January (Marinese Christmas), the famous Grape Festival (first Sunday of October) and the Saint Barnaba Festival in May.