The B&B della Mamma (Mum’s B&B), newly renovated in 2017, is strategically located. It’s located not far from Tiburtina and Termini Stations, just behind the Villa Torlonia Park entrance and a stone’s throw from the Bologna and Policlinico underground stations. More

The historic building, which was built in the 1920s in the Art Nouveau style, features a cozy garden, five double rooms and one single, each with its own air conditioner and heating, bathroom, hair dryer, Wi-fi connection, lockbox and LCD television.

Reservations start from the 1st of February.

Location

The neighborhood, which is safe and lively, offers plenty of services (shops, bars, cinemas, restaurants) and it’s extremely well-connected by public transportation.

It is easy to reach the city center.

The B&B is located just 500 meters from the underground B line and four stops from the Colosseum.

The Tiburtina Rail Station, directly connected to Fiumicino Airport, can be reached by foot in less than 20 minutes. Neighborhood like Ostiense, Trastevere, Eur and many others are also easy to get to.

La Sapienza University, Luiss University and the Villa Torlonia Museum are also close by.

La Casa della Mamma

Casa della Mamma is an association that got its start in 1969. It hosts young mothers and their children with the purpose of helping them all becoming responsible and independent.

Nowadays, the House hosts six mothers, from ages 15 to 23 years old, as well as their children, who are often sent away from their families by the Juvenile Court.

The bed & breakfast: a responsible business project

The hospitality services of B&B della Mamma are driven by two main purposes: emotional renewal through a profession and providing a qualified training path that will be useful later in life. Every day the young mothers are involved in organizing and managing all the daily aspects of the house, so as to acquire all the essential instruments for their independence.

With the friendly contribution of Diego Della Valle, Maria Rosa Fachinetti e Renzo Pelliccioli, Gemma Bracco Baratta and
 

 illustration and graphic designer Alexandra Dufey
photographer Antonella Fiorillo