We offer two elegant and comfortable rooms (one double bedroom, one single bedroom) with an unparalleled view of the historic centre.
From the moment of your reception our B&B gives particular attention to details to make sure you have a pleasant and relaxed stay.
Rooms have shower, bathrobe, WC/water-bidet, hairdryer, individually controlled air conditioning, TV, free internet access, electric kettle and tea/coffee facilities, soundproof windows. Laundry and ironing for your personal wardrobe can be arranged.
A private garage is annexed to the house.
All rates are inclusive of continental breakfast and parking.
We are seven minutes by car from the thermal springs “Il Bullicame” and thermal baths “Terme dei Papi” where our guests are granted a discount on the various facilities.
The Papal Palace is the most notable monument of Viterbo. Here, in 13th century, took place the longest conclave in Church history
Within Viterbo’s walls is one of the largest and best preserved medieval areas in Europe as well as other features of historical and architectural interest. Piazza S. Pellegrino is the heart of the charming medieval quarter. Strolling along a maze of silent little alleys is like travelling back in time and history
The walls of Viterbo stand virtually unchanged since they were built between the 12th and 13Ith century. Access to the city centre is through the original gates
Carrying the Macchina di S. Rosa, a thirty metre-high construction, through Viterbo's narrow streets by one hundred men, known as "facchini", is an impressive and highly emotional event that has been a centuries-old tradition on 3rd September, to commemorate the translation of the body of S. Rosa, Viterbo's patron saint, who died in 1258
Viterbo is a thermal district with numerous hot springs having important curative properties. The monumental pool of more than 2,000 square-m. filled with thermal water from the Bullicame font is seven minutes drive from our B&B
The ancient pilgrim's route Francigena, that in medieval times connected north-Europe to Rome and Holy Land, has been discovered by modern wayfarers. It crosses north to south the province of Viterbo along stretches of the original consular road
In the village of Bagnaia, a short distance from Viterbo, you may visit Villa Lante, one of Italy's greatest 16th century gardens, where trees, hedges and water features intertwine in an enchanting choreography
Civita di Bagnoregio, a beautiful village on the top of a tuff, inaccessible to vehicles and with a population of about ten residents. It is surrouded by impressive canyons (the Valle dei calanchi)
In Bomarzo, an ancient village 30 min. from Viterbo, you will find a unique monumental complex of 16th century called the Villa of Marvels or Sacred Wood also known as Park of Monsters
The mansion of the Farnese family in Caprarola (30 min. drive from Viterbo) for size and elegance is one of the finest examples of the Renaissance architecture. With its splendid gardens it resembles a sort of royal palace in the heart of northern Lazio
On the site of the Etruscan acropolis the church of S. Pietro in Tuscania (23 km from Viterbo) is a magnificient example of romanic-lombard architecture
The legendary Mille Miglia is revived as an annual rally for vintage cars. Here the checkpoint in the Plebiscito square. For those who want to re-live the experience of the historic 1000 Miglia, there are stretches of the original track between Viterbo and Siena