Answers to some of your questions.

Our guests will find the beds made up, making the moving in ordeal minimal. The apartment is well equipped, fridge/freezer, pots, pans, plates, glasses in fact everything you will need. Linen includes bed linen, towels, tablecloths, table mats, napkins, tea towels.Also all the little things that you take for granted in a home and if not supplied you would have to shop for, washing up liquid, washing powder (there is a washing machine, iron etc) toilet soap and paper, tea, coffee, salt, pepper, olive oil and vinegar are supplied.

SHOPPING. The Coop has fresh meat, fruit, vegetables and brand name groceries. The Euro Spin is a discount store they also have meat, vegetables, etc.There are also other supermarkets with lots of home made dishes ready to ‘take away’.

FASHION DISTRICT Designer Outlet is worth a visit for clothes, shoes and handbags.

MARKET DAY is a Thursday morning in the old town, with plenty of bars with tables outside where the men can sit down and enjoy a beer whilst the ladies look for bargains.

EATING OUT. In Fiuggi there are some up- market restaurants.
There are also many small family run restaurants serving local dishes and homemade pasta. They usually also have a pizza menu. This is the type of place that locals with families or young people usually go to.

PIZZA TAKEAWAY   also deliver to your door. Ideal in the summer evenings in the gazebo in the garden with a bottle of the local wine.

INTERNET Wifi connection in both apartments and in the garden.

BANKS AND POST OFFICES There are five banks and two post offices in town. 

THE BEACH on the Mediterranean coast is one hours drive from here, the nearest beach is Terracina.


The journey into Rome and back couldn’t be easier!

On arrival you will find  written information with all you will need to know for the journey into Rome and back, including time tables, where to buy tickets, which platform the train will be leaving from etc.

You will love Rome, but at the end of the day you will welcome the cleaner air and tranquillity that Fiuggi has to offer.

We live on the premises but guests will rarely see us or hear us. If on the other hand they need advice on where to shop, where to eat, where to go, how to get there, what not to miss and also what to avoid, we can offer advice, maps, timetables."

Local knowledge is the best way of getting the most from a holiday. One of the owners is English, which is very comforting for those who need help with a translation, or who have simply been perplexed by an Italian word or phrase.


[Villa Marta] [Apart. Ground Floor] [Apart. Second Floor] [Garden] [Fiuggi] [Rome] [Places to Visit] [Golf] [Photo Gallery] [FAQ] [Tariff] [Contact] [Guest Book] [Directions]