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Soho Farmhouse Rome

users 2 bed 1 bath 1

Price from: € 200  per room 

If you are familiar with Soho Farmhouse in the UK, then I would say this is the Italian version. Located close to Rome. The ideal escape from the city! 

The House can host up to 12 people in 5 suites according to need: two can sleep on the ground floor, with a room, private living area, and personal bathroom; while on the first floor is the master suite, complete with a fireplace, wardrobe, and a personal bathroom. And an ample corner bedroom with a large bathroom. On the top floor is a mezzanine suite that can host up to four guests. In case you like to book the whole house, please do not hesitate to contact us: 

The Farm 

The property is a large farm spread over 31 hectares of land, northeast of the central Italian town of Vetralla. It produces DOP Tuscia extra virgin olive oil from its 250 olive trees There are eight thoroughbred horses and a 1.800-meter riding track within the estate, including a 10-metre wide grass track flanked by a dirt road that is mostly used by joggers. There are also several horse-jumping obstacles and a paddock.

 The town lies in the area known today as Tuscia (province of Viterbo) between the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Valle del Tevere, which used to constitute southern Etruria. 63 km from Rome-Fiumicino International Airport,


The House

The house, or farmhouse, is in a spectacular position. It looks out onto the surrounding greenery reminiscent of African landscapes, with the panorama interspersed with secular trees and woods. The 360-degree view stretches from Vetralla, with its grand duomo, all the way to Viterbo via the Monti Cimini, Montefiascone, and the picturesque town of Tuscania in the distance.

Behind the main house is a unique courtyard paved with large ancient Roman basalt rocks. It is enhanced by a modern 12-metre drinking fountain, reminiscent of the old fonts that were typical of the surrounding villages in bygone days, in which guests used to freshen up.

Within the farmhouse, the furniture reflects the eclectic taste of the owner, combining design elements and objects from the 1950s with antique pieces like the fireplaces and several chests of drawers. Ample space is given to Persian carpets, an impeccably-tuned century-old piano, and Mexican drums – while at the center of it all, stands a large dining table made from a fossilized millennial tree from New Zealand. The kitchen’s style is in complete contrast to the rest of the house: ultra-modern with cutting-edge equipment.


The Suites

Master Suite: It is situated on the first floor of the farmhouse with news over the entire countryside. The master suite has its own fireplace, wardrobe, double bed, and private bathroom with shower and bathtub

Country Loft Suite: This is a two-floor suite between the first and second floors. With breathtaking views over the countryside, guests access it via a private room decorated with modern and antique objects of design. The double bed is on the higher floor, and the private bathrooms have both a bathtub and a shower.

Garden Suite: This is a ground-floor suite with direct access to the garden and sweeping views of the countryside. It has a private room decorated with modern and antique objects of design, a double bed, and a private bathroom with a bathtub and a shower.

Corner View Bedroom: This is a large room on the first floor with amazing views of the surrounding countryside. It has a choice of double bed or twin beds and the private bathroom has both a shower and a bathtub

Fountain Suite: This is also a ground-floor suite with direct access to the garden. It also has a private room decorated with modern and antique objects of design and has wheelchair access. It has a double bed and a private bathroom with a shower.


The Area

The area is dotted with important vestiges of the Etruscan civilization, including towns like Tarquinia, which has UNESCO heritage status thanks to its famous paintings on Etruscan tombs, Vulci, Tuscania, Cerveteri, and Viterbo. It is also home to numerous villages and historic towns boasting entire medieval quarters, antique churches, castles, towers, monuments, Renaissance and Baroque palazzi, and famous gardens. The town of Bomarzo is known throughout the world for its garden full of sculptures of monsters, while Bagnaia, Viganello, and Blera with the nearby Marturanum park, are equally compelling to visit. Also worth seeing is the ancient Roman theatre of Ferento, near Viterbo, and that of Sutri – which in Summer hosts shows that attract visitors from near and far.