t is located on the second and last floor of an ancient building of the typical via del Riserraglio, in one of the most ancient districts of the city where there was the Roman era forum and where, in the Middle Ages, there were flourishing handicraft workshops and big papermaking factories. The flat has been finely renovated and furnished taking great care of the details, trying to recreate, where it was possible, a medieval style furniture. It has a beautiful high ceiling with terracotta tiles, authentic beams and wooden truss beams, and parquet. The wooden furniture, the light fixtures, the lanterns, the copper and wrought iron torches are all craftsman works, as well as the doors, faithful reproductions of ancient models with typical bolts. The walls are adorned with reproductions of medieval arras of the Flanders. The flat is composed as follows:
- Well-equipped kitchenette with oven, refrigerator and dish washer
- Little drawing room with fireplace and sofa-bed
- Double -room with king-size bed
- Bedroom with 2 singles beds
- Loft with single bed
- Big bathroom with shower and washing machine
Completing the whole, there are a little balcony and a little terrace with a charming view on Tivoli and the valley of Vesta belowfurnished with table, chairs and sunbeds. The windows of the bedrooms overlook on the typical and quiet piazzetta del Riserraglio. Moreover, there is a comfortable free car park just 250 metres away.