|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
This villa is located in the heart of Sorrento within steps of restaurants, shops, and all the sights. The backyard faces the renowned Villa Communale Park and has a peaceful and relaxing setting. Day trips to Capri, Positano, and Amalfi are all convenient from this vacation rental.
This villa is situated in a residential neighborhood in Sorrento. It features a garden that has an outdoor living area with cushioned chairs and a dining area with a table and chairs. Parking is available at an extra cost in a nearby lot.
(180m2) Ground Floor: There is a living room with couches, armchairs, and satellite TV as well as access to the terrace. An adjacent dining area has a table with chairs and the kitchen is equipped with a cook-top, oven, and dishwasher. A guest bathroom has a sink and toilet. First Floor: An external staircase or internal elevator leads up to four bedrooms, each with an ensuite bathroom. The first and second bedrooms each have a 160 cm queen-sized bed, access to the terrace, and an ensuite bathroom with a sink, toilet, and shower. The third bedroom has a 160 cm queen-sized bed and an ensuite bathroom with a sink, toilet, and shower. The fourth bedroom has a 160 cm queen-sized bed and an ensuite bathroom with a sink, toilet, and tub with a handheld shower. Annex: This is composed of a queen-size bedroom with en suite bathroom with shower.
Please Note: Parking is available for an extra cost in a nearby lot. There is no internal staircase leading from the ground floor to the first floor. There is an elevator and an external staircase. Included housekeeping for three hours a day, two days a week
The property is located in Sorrento. Here you’ll find a museum, music festivals from mid-September to mid-October, and various art galleries open throughout the year. Shoppers, be sure to walk down Via S. Cesareo in the center of Sorrento to buy or browse craft stores, sweet shops, and clothing boutiques. Keep in mind that every Tuesday is the weekly street market. There are also cinemas, wine bars, and even a bowling alley to amuse you during your visit. For a day trip, visit Amalfi, a town on the other side of the Penninsula from Sorrento. Amalfi dates back to the 6th century and was once an important trading center with historical and medieval architecture throughout the town. The main sites include the Duomo, in Amalfi's center, the cathedral of Sant' Andrea, which dates back to the 11th century, and the Cloister of Paradise. There is also a museum dedicated to the works of Morelli and a museum where you can view artifacts of Amalfi's long and interesting history. For day trips, make sure to see the chic coast town of Positano, the ruins of Pompei, and the culturally significant city of Naples. Nearby Attractions: Sorrento (shops, restaurants, museums, festivals, art galleries, Chiostro di San Francesco, Villa Communale Park, bus stops), Amalfi (Duomo, Cathedral of Sant’ Andrea, museum, beaches), Positano (beaches, shops, restaurants), Pompei (ancient ruins), Naples (airport) Naples: 50 km Amalfi: 30 km Pompei: 28 km Positano: 15 km Shops, restaurants: Within walking distance
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Sep 20 2014 - Jan 3 2015
7 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.