About the property
- Bed And Breakfast
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay1 nights
Ancient farmhouse surrounded by olive groves a few steps walk from the historic center
CasaSelita is a small village of late 1700 in a unique and enviable position: surrounded by over one hectare of olive trees is a five-minute walk from the historic center of Orvieto. CasaSelita is inside the Archaeological Park of Orvieto and takes its name from the great-great-grandmother Sèlita who built it using tuffs of Etruscan sites found on the ground.
Welcome to CasaSelita, where you will find the warmth and hospitality of a family that, with tips and information of all kinds, will help make your trip a little special. A rich breakfast awaits you with typical local products, also glutenfree that is served in the common room. We have joined the Italian Celiac Association. The bedroom has a bathroom, independent entrance and terrace, views of the Umbrian hills, TV, A. C., fan, hairdryer and wifi everywhere and direct access to the breakfast room. The farmhouse used as a B & B and separated from the owners' house. The tourist tax (€ 2.20 per person per night) is not included in the price and must be paid in cash. Pets are welcome upon agreement with the owner. Parking is in the property and free.
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- english, french, german, spanish, italian
- Calendar last updated:
- May 3, 2018
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Owner purchased this Bed And Breakfast in 1800
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Lovely Umbrian B&B - Orvieto
This was our third stay at Casa Selita. Selita and Ennio make us so comfortable, and are so helpful, they seem like close friends. We find the location perfect: an easy walk up the hillside to the walls of Orvieto and all it has to offer...and then we can walk back into the nearby countryside, which we find delightful.