5 su agosto 24, 2011
L'abbiamo appena lasciato ma già ci manca! Tutto perfetto: dalla posizione dell'appartamento all'aspetto, dalla pulizia alla simpatia dei proprietari (compreso il piccolo Alessandro)!! Grazie di tutto ragazzi... e speriamo di tornare di nuovo...
5 su aprile 22, 2011
Uno dei migliori B&B in Italia, anzi un vero e proprio appartamento ben rifinito e accogliente nel pieno centro di Orvieto. Insuperabile la cordialità della padrona di casa. consigliatissimo. Romeo e Cristina da Roma.
4,8 su luglio 13, 2010
Ciao a tutti, siamo stati in questo appartamento un solo giorno ma avremmo voluto fermarci di più: appartamento molto curato, centralissimo, pulizia perfetta, cortesia della proprietaria tale da farti sentire a casa tua... Per noi la migliore soluzione incontrata fino ad oggi... andate tranquilli e vi godrete come si deve il soggiorno in questa bellissima cittadina... Francesca :)
4,6 su ottobre 21, 2009
“Wow” was my wife’s first word, as we walked through the door to our “room” at Casavera B&B. We thought that the large kitchen/dining/living room was the “common” area for the guests as we have found in previous B&B’s in Italy. But, no, it was all “ours”! Besides the beautiful full kitchen, there is the very modern, large and tastefully decorated bathroom, a large bedroom and even an extra single bed. We also had free wi-fi! The B&B really consists of two “apartments” on the first floor of a historic building, just a short walk (about 100 meters) to Via del Duomo and the centre of Orvieto. Its location is unbeatable. The B&B owners Sabrina and Cesare were very helpful, especially on the day of arrival, guiding us by phone to their place via the narrow streets of historic Orvieto to unload our luggage, helping us carrying it up upstairs, and providing us with tips on what to see and do in Orvieto. Thanks to Sabrina’s suggestion, we were able to enjoy opening night of the opera Rigoletto in the historic Teatro Mancinelli. Breakfast was typical continental style as it is in most bed and breakfasts in Italy. We very much enjoyed the fact that we could make our own espresso/cappuccino, and with the full kitchen, cook our own meals, including NA style breakfast, if we so desired. Cesare’s parents also run a small salumeria/grocery store close to the B&B that we patronized as needed. Casavera is a hidden gem, truly a great find from our last 5 weeks trip to Italy. The pictures on their website depicts what the B&B is all about. Our regret is that we had not planned to stay there for more than two nights.