The Monastery Stays Blog is all about sharing our insights and experiences of this wonderful accommodation choice for your next vist to Italy.
You can read about Monastery Stays and who we are, as well as regular articles about both the guest houses at which you can book to stay, as well as the beautiful country of Italy.
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Experience a true slice of Italian life with Monastery Stays Accommodation in authentic Italian monastery & convent guest houses Rome – Famous Piazzas Ideally located near Piazza Navona, everything is on your doorstep – walk to the Colosseum & the Vatican! A charming and welcoming guest house for a special Roman experience. Prices from €44… Read more »
Not just another Music Festival in Italy The International Festival of Sacred Music – a unique classical music festival, held in Rome annually, is one of the best kept secrets in the world of Classical Music. My Personal Experience In 2011 I attended the 10th Festival of Sacred Music in Rome. Having attended many music… Read more »
Buon Natale from Monastery Stays Merry Christmas & happy holidays to all our friends! Follow Santa to monasterystays.com Experience a true slice of Italian life in 2015 Buon Natale! We wish you all a safe, peaceful Christmas and joyous holiday season. Looking for a New Year resolution? Follow our friend on the Vespa and scoot… Read more »
Christmas in Rome – Buon Natale! Experience the wonder of the Eternal City during the holiday period Rome is famous for being one of the most lively and exciting in places in Europe, and Christmas time is no exception as the city celebrates the holidays in spectacular fashion. Buildings, houses and attractions are all adorned… Read more »
Sunny days over terracotta roof tops in Italy … Autumn or the Fall is one of the best times of the year to visit Italy, indeed right up to the Christmas season. The summer heat has become more comfortable, at the famous sights the queues are shorter, the restaurants are less crowded and the ambience… Read more »