Caminetto Scoppiettante might seem like an 18th century cottage in a rural village, but it’s actually in the heart of Monti, one of Rome’s most lively neighbourhoods. It offers a good level of comfort and service, and the design, while not especially eye-catching, is simple and elegant, with a few lovely details, like the wooden beams or the stone floor in the living room - a feature that’s been there since the house was built 300 years ago. If you’re up for the stairs, Caminetto Scoppiettante offers an experience unlike most others in the city.
Home truths: *Get ready for lots of stairs
*The curtains in the master bedroom let sunlight through in the morning
*The lights in the living room are a bit weak
*The building is only reachable by foot
*The bedroom on the first floor could feel too dark
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