Hechsher from: Rabinate of Rome Kashrut level: Glat/Halv Israel (on request)
Number of rooms / apartments: 4 Walking distance in MINUTES from closest Synagogue: 2 (N/A) Kosher restaurant: 2 (N/A)
The Home in Rome, is a sunny and comfortable Bed & Breakfast located in the Jewish area of Piazza Bologna, one of the most popular neighbourhoods in the heart of Rome.
The Kosher B&B is housed in a apartment, completely renovated, on the second floor of an elegant 20th century building with elevator.
Its superb position, two/three minutes walking from 2 synagogues, kosher mini-markets, butchers and bakery, kosher fast food and kosher restaurant, it is ideal solution for both business and leisure travellers. It is a perfect departure point for reaching the city's main attractions, and to explore the eternal city and its historic centre.
The B&B offers a suite double room with private bathroom, one single room and one double room with shared bath.
All rooms (with the possibility of an additional bed) are very quite, spacious and luminous. They have been carefully refurbished with great attention to details to offer a warm atmosphere allowing you to relax and spend an unforgettable holiday.
The Home in Rome B&B offers an Italian kosher breakfast in cosy living room equipped with sofa, where guests can relax after a day spent visiting the city. Depending on weather conditions, the breakfast can be served in the terrace. Shabath plata, and hot water dispenser, tea and coffee always available.
"The Home in Rome" Posted on 2010-05-13 03:59:44 by Jackie Shulman Comment: We have just returned from a weeks holiday in Rome staying at "The Home in Rome". Rome was amazing but for us the holiday was truly enhanced by the wonderful accommodation. The proprietors Eva and Avraham could not have been kinder more helpful and attentive to every detail.We would not hesitate in recommending this unique accommodation to anyone.
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