The container/bungalow is located in our family farm.
You might like this accomodation for the convenience and the environment: green surroundings but close enough to the city centre.
This option has been thought especially for those travelling on a low budget with low cost companies so to avoid carrying and paying for a tent.
You just need your sleeping bag and towel or with € 3 extra per night we also provide sheets/sleeping bag and towels.
Access to kitchen area, electricity and fridge.
The bungalow/container is set on a wide green area but easily accessible and close to the rural house and facilities.
It's a basic accomodation but you have all you need for a comfortable stay.
The container can be heated by air conditioning however the full use of its remote control is charged € 5 extra per night. You can make this request when booking.
The bungalow/container is placed next to our rural house and the farm barn where you can access to kitchen facilities and toilets (not heated but hot shower available).
In winter time you can access to our heated agripub inside the rural house, shared with other guests. Here you can socialize, work, study, play cards/games, access the internet (full wireless signal) or have a grappa with the host :)
Ciao my dear future guests!
My name is Elisa and I am 30 years old.
I currently live in Rome, my city, but until a few years ago I lived overseas travelling, working, studying and gaining the most extraordinary and worthy experiences that only backpacking can give you. That was my life for almost ten years until I decided to come back to my home town Rome, I guarantee I was not home-sick, nor I was missing anything or anyone... I decided to come back to support my parents in a family business that needed youth to be carried on and implemented.
I am also a sport person, in particular for the past few years I have been involved in beach volley training in Rome, an amazing sport that get you addicted straight away!
I also like photography very much, however stuck in Rome for the moment my inspiration has run low :(
Travelling however, stays by all means what I love the most in life! And as a fundamental aspect of it, receiving and giving hospitality.
While travelling I experienced hospitality many times, and I have beautiful memories of places where I stayed and people that hosted me, those images were often more impressed than the actual area I was visiting. I also ended up in the hospitality industry long time ago and worked in a few hotels as a receptionist, a job I deeply loved. Since then running a hospitality business has been my dream...
I hope to be able one day in my home country, to give back to my guests that welcomy and friendly hospitality I have received elsewhere, especially because I realise how difficult and confusing the impact with the Italian attitude can be for travellers! I believe Airbnb is a fantastic link to start doing it!
They ask for my motto...I have many short, long...let's say I encourage myself to believe in power of simplicity, honesty, modesty however staying ambitious and in keeping a smile on as much as I can :)