The rock of Ceri
Ancient building, with 3 independent and self catering apartments by the householder residence, in the medieval borough of Ceri, a tiny village settled on a tufaceous spur, close to the Mediterranean sea north of Rome (38 KM). Lovely panoramic garden looking the valley outside the retaining walls. 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 3 kitchen.
B&B service. Open round year. Min.stay 1 night
The rock of Ceri is embraced by a crown of embattled walls that hold a few ancient houses facing the tiny central square with both the Sanctuary of the Virgin Mary and the austere Palace of the noble family Torlonia.
Just a few Kilometers north of Rome aside the shores of the Thyrrenian Sea, Ceri is a picture of rare beauty, in a context of remarkable archeologic, historic and naturalistic interest. A fascinating and emotional journey in the immediate neighbourhood of the greater Rome and a few minutes away from the international airport of Fiumicino.