The living room has a warm wood beamed ceiling where you can enjoy a charming breakfast and the three large bedrooms, one of which has a large balcony, are furnished with tipical classical wood furniture, TV, LCD and private en-suite bathroom equipped with hair-dryer and courtesy set.
The B&B can be reached in 10 minutes walking up the city from the funicular railway station, which connects the centre to the railway station, or by car following Corso Cavour and then using the private parking place situated just 10m far or a public parking place 100m far.
Orvieto, which overlooks complitely the fluvial valley of the Paglia river, rises over a tuffaceous rock at 325mslm. This majestic cliff, originates from the intense vulcanic activity of the Volsino system, testified by the large crater of the vulcanic lake of Bolsena, the biggest in Europe. Besides the violent beauty of the nature in this area, that among the vulcanic part has also thermal water sources, waterfalls and breathtaking sightseens, Orvieto is famous also for its history.
First the Pontificiae Courts and the Miracolo Eucartistico di Bolsena, then for the undisputed military power in the XIIIth and XIVth century, that lead to the rise of the city both in prestige and in its own architecture, with the built of beautiful Monuments and Buildings. Beside the well-known Cathedral, shine bright in the orvietan portfolio the beautiful Pozzo di San Patrizio, il Pozzo della Cava and all the Orvieto Underground, la Necropoli Etrusca, il Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, il Museo Faina, il Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo e la Chiesa di San Giovenale in the medieval quartier.