The apartment is located on the ground floor of a villa in the countryside surrounded by a large garden. You will be surrounded by nature, close to the medieval village of Bagnoregio. Bed and Breakfast formula included!!
Our aparment consists of a kitchen with fireplace, a large and bright living room with direct access to the park in front of a small study, two double bedrooms with private bathrooms, one with a dressing room closet. Heating and cleaning service are included. Possibility to add two beds. Use of gazebo with color TV, fireplace and kitchenette for breakfast. Free parking is available inside the structure. At guests' disposal, mountain bikes and a swimming pool. By prior arrangement, it is available to rent the park in front of the house with a wooden structure recently manufactured for weddings, conferences, etc..
The style of our apartment is rustic and elegant: you'll love the breakfasts and homemade cakes prepared by Mrs. Anna: in winter you can enjoy them in front of the fireplace while in spring and summer in the park in front of the apartment.
Bagnoregio is a small village of Tuscia: it is 17 km from Orvieto, 28 km from Viterbo, 15 km from Lake Bolsena and Montefiascone, 100 km from Rome and 120 from Siena. It 's the ideal starting point for excursions in the surrounding area, in the young and lively Tuscia as well as in the beautiful valley of the Badlands of Civita, a tiny hamlet perched on a fragile hill of clay. There have been many attempts to tear the erosion that sooner or later will lead to its demise. This is the reason that led to the small village to empty accommodate up to a few units. Here was born in a small house, long since swallowed by landslides, St. Bonaventure, Minister of the Franciscan, philosopher and writer, who was responsible for the fame of Civita in the World. The city experienced centuries of splendor until the earthquake of 1695 caused a series of landslides and subsequent collapse that led to the collapse of the only access road, now replaced by a 300 m long bridge which connects life to Bagnoregio. In the valley there are the gullies, high whitish clay formations. The best definition of Civita is Bonaventura Tecchi's, writer's native place, "the dying city".