About This Listing
CasaSelita is a late 18th century countryhouse recently renovated and located in the archeological area only 7 minutes walking distance from the historical centre of Orvieto. It is surrounded by olive trees and a beautiful terraced garden.
CasaSelita is a late 18th century countryhouse recently renovated and located in the archeological area only 7 minutes walking distance from the historical centre of Orvieto. It is surrounded by olive trees and a beautiful terraced garden. The bed&breakfast is separated from the owner’s house and has: a common room for breakfast, three bedrooms each one with its own bathroom, TV, fan, hairdryer, independent entrance and terrace.
Casaselita is just outside Porta Romana at the 27,300 km of S.S.71 Umbro Casentinese, under the Parking Place of "ex Campo della Fiera" from which the elevator and the mobile stairs bring you straight to the medieval quarter and centre of Orvieto.
To make your trip easier we provide:
a small library of italian and english guidebooks
the map of Orvieto and other of the surroundings
the road map of Touring Club
addresses of typical local restaurants
itineraries of archeological and historical interest
Rispetto della quiete, dell'ambiente e della casa.
La colazione è un momento conviviale di incontro con i proprietari e gli altri ospiti. E' l'occasione per conoscere meglio il territorio e avere informazioni sul viaggio.
Selita's house was absolutely amazing, we loved our room and had an easy time getting to the house from the train station with Selita's help and instructions. It was a perfect location for walking into the adorable town of Orvieto and the breakfast in the morning was fabulous with homemade bread and many other items to choose from. We wish we could have stayed longer than just one night, it was so relaxing and beautiful.
The location was perfect! We loved walking the path to Orvieto through Selita's orchard. The room was beautiful, clean, and the view was breathtaking.
My daughter and I enjoyed our relaxing stay at CasaSelita. We arrived on the day of a festival. Selina's husband kindly rushed through our check-in so we could catch the tail end of it. Our room was great. We slept well and everything was clean and in working order. (Something that can't be said of all AirBnB stays. )
We really enjoyed the breakfast and listening to other guests chat about their trips. The homemade bread and olive oil was divine. My favorites were the coffee with warm milk and the fresh fruit with yogurt and granola. My daughter's favorite was the cheese and salami. We ate breakfast in the little courtyard overlooking the garden. It really was superb!
Thank you for a wonderful stay and for helping us catch an earlier train. I hope to see you again!
Beautiful place, lovely room, gorgeous little town Orvieto a short walk away. We were given a map of Orvieto & shown some highlights & good restaurants which was great as we only had the one night. Selita was also very kind to have a coffee & muesli available as we had to leave before breakfast time. Unfortunate with the weather as it was raining but even then the views from the place were incredible! Wish we had more time there, thank you Selita!
The most charming and picturesque accommodation! Hosts Selita and Ennio were equally charming providing maps, directions and recommendations to Orvieto. Room was lovely, cleaned each day and breakfasts were quite substantial. We absolutely loved this delightful BnB and Orvieto! Grazie Selita & Ennio!!
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About the Host, Selita
“One of the main passion of my life has always been that of exploring the world. Not as much as a turist but more as a traveller, with the aim of understanding people's different culture and life. I am more steady now and instead of going around the world is the world that goes around me. And I wish my guests can find in my house the wormth, the taste and the spirit of the land they are visiting. I would love to help them in discovering the secrets and the soul fo the green heart of Italy where, fortunately, the nature rythm is the winner. I would love to think that my b&b can add something to your trip and make it more special.”