The estate consists of an old patrician villa from the late eighteenth century, a farmhouse, church, cellars dug into the tuff, a centuries-old park and a large swimming pool. It stands on top of a hill overlooking the valley and facing the beautiful city of Orvieto, offering the most spectacular panorama of Umbria.
In the nineteenth century the villa was the summer vacation manor of Pope Pius IX (1846-1878): since then it has taken its name from the "good travel" wishes that the faithful addressed to the Pope when he left the Villa to return to Rome.
In more recent times it has in suite who have been able to admire the magical panorama from the park's "Belvedere".
The current owners have restored the Villa and the Casale with great care and passion, bringing them back to their original splendor, preserving with skill and love the original frescoes and furnishings, including the Pope's bedroom.
The Villa maintains the warmth that only a lived-in home can give to its guests.
The Villa and the Casale can accommodate up to 14 people (10 + 4) with exceptional versatility: a single large family group or three groups of friends who want to spend a holiday together, while preserving each group’s independence.