Agriturismo near Orvieto

Do you have any recommendarions for an Agriturismo near Orvieto?

Posted by Ryan
8 posts

Hi, Try Air BNB, just search it on Google and there are lots of rentals on there that are as you say "Agriturismo". You can refine your search by choosing the particular area you want to stay in. Good luck Ryan

Posted by Steve
Gaston, Oregon, USA
908 posts

Jim, there are lots of Agris in that area, and there are lotsof websites that specialize in just agris. We loved the one that we stayed at: Agriturismo Frallarenza.(see reviews on Trip Advisor.ocm) It was a few miles out of town; we drove into town each nite for dinner, even though we had a self-contained apt. I think that they had only two apts in their farm home. Ours was huge, and only cost $75 EU/nite. They provided all of your Bfast needs for the first nite. It had a pool, and awesome owners that were great "tour advisors".

Posted by David
Florence, AL, USA
3399 posts

There are all kinds of accommodations at Orvieto. I found a great place to stay on last year at the foot of the hill below the hilltown. Agriturismo's should also be on that website. It's a great stop 70 minutes north of Rome, and a beautiful hilltown.

Posted by Chloe
Asnieres sur Vegre, France
106 posts

We stayed at an agriturismo out of Orvieto called Titingnano. It was very nice and served dinners that were fantastic. It also has a beautiful pool and a lovely view over the hills. It is not very expensive, but you do need a car.

Posted by Denise
Lake Forest, CA, USA
1546 posts

Jim, at the top of the "Traveler's Helpline" page, there is a Search box. I Searched for agriturismos in Orvieto and several were listed. Have fun in Orvieto. It is a wonderful hilltown.

Posted by Ryan
8 posts

Hi, This is the link for home rentals in Orvieto, Italy and area. We (my wife and I) booked all of our accomodations through this website. Hope this helps.

Posted by Scott
Hood River, Oregon, USA
53 posts

We stayed at Locanda Rosati in 2011 and loved it. Great reviews on Trip Advisor.
South of Orvieto so you will need a car.

Posted by Jim
Brookings, Oregon, USA
42 posts

Thanks all for your inputs. We found an Agriturista Podere Cunina