|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Villa Amalia is disposed on three levels for one total internal surface of 600 meters square.
On the first level there is a wide income with rear premises laundry and bath, a drawing-room-study with rear wine cellar, and a playroom with billiard and flippers. The second floor has an access road through the villa’s park or from the first level thanks to a marble staircase; it has a income space with direct access to the swimming pool, a wide hall in Rose Portuguese marble and Crystalline of Greece , a studio and alcove with bath; a wide kitchen fully furnished with ceramics and wood Massello, with annexed bath and larder, all enriched by a great fireplace. From the inside, thanks to a suspended staircase, in the main central hall, it is possible reach the second floor, or from the upper balconies, served by an arc staircase that soars high above the swimming pool. The second floor has four bedrooms furnished in 18th century style with inner bathrooms and balconies with sea view.
Villa Amalia offers to its visitors a extensive park covered with cicas, boucanville and other countless tropical plants and Mediterranean flowers which embellish the big swimming pool made in white Carrara marble, with the external park furnished in wrought iron tables and the characteristic ancestral chapel sets in the rock.
In particular, Villa Amalia boasts of its wonderful panorama coloured by the green of the mountains the blue of the sea, and by the view of the country houses and the nineteenth-century residences.
Coming into Villa Amalia, glancing at the luminous glass doors, the innumerable peacock-tail arches, the vauts, the valuable gold stuccos and the ceramic and marbled floor, seems have left anxiety and have found oneself in a gentle and timeless dimension.
What Villa Amalia aims to offer their clients is a life style, in other words the possibility of living and getting to know the habits and customs of the local population spending a holiday in a Villa that presents Italian tradition and Amalfitan Coast history.
We enjoyed our stay at the Villa Amalia very, very much! Our family wanted to stay at a place that was "off the beaten path" and the Villa Amalia was just that. I wanted my grand children to experience the genuine Italian culture and that they did: walking to the bakery just a short distance from the Villa and observing the baker make chocolate croissants, purchasing warm bread from the little store right across from the Villa, and walking to the train station when the buses were on strike.
The Villa Amalia was fantastic! Everyone loved the pool. It was absolutely gorgeous and well maintained. The rooms were beautifully furnished and most inviting. Our family of 11 always felt we had our own personal space but at the same time afforded us many opportunities to socialize together.
Antonio, Paul, and Amalia were always most helpful, accommodating, and eager to please. Amalia's gnocchi and sausage were a real treat!
I would highly recommend the Villa Amalia to anyone desiring a vacation on the Amalfi coast. It was so well situated for day trips but at the same time provided many excellent opportunities for activities right at the villa.
Thank you so much for a truly memorable vacation! We'll be back!
Villa Amalia is a beautiful property. The views are outstanding, the villa itself is charming and hosts Antonio and Amalia were so accommodating. Antonio set up a cooking lesson at the villa with his chef and also a full day of sailing the Amalfi Coast.
Great villa in a brilliant location for the rest of the Amalfi Coast. Very warm welcome received from Antonio and his family which was marked by a welcome package as well as an Italian home cooked meal on Day 2!Antonio was an excellent host and despite all our questions, he was quite happy to accommodate us.Kids did not want to leave the pool and we only wish we could have stayed longer to enjoy all the amenities! Villa is in a great location as a base to enjoy day trips to
Amalfi & Capri. Highly recommend this villa. Grazie Antonio
Villa Amelia exceeded all our expectations! From the moment we arrived we felt at home having been warmly greeted by our gracious host Antonio who had also provided a generous welcome pack of wine and local produce.
Although 12 of us in our group, we never felt crowded as the Villa has ample space, plenty of bedrooms plus games room and huge well maintained pool with diving board. The Villa is beautifully furnished with interesting nooks, antiques, ample outdoor dining and also quiet places to sip an early morning coffee whilst surveying panoramic views overlooking the sea and local village. The Villa is perfectly situated for touring the Amalfi coast and local places of interest. Cava de Tirreni, the local town, has the perfect mix of superb shops, really good restaurants and supermarkets.
What a wonderful surprise on our last evening, we were given a wonderful authentic Italian meal by our hosts lovely wife...delicious!
Our only wish was that we had booked for longer and we will definitely be back!
Our family had a wonderful vacation in Villa Amalia. The villa is lovely and pool was very refreshing. Everything was in great condition. Antonio was gracious and helpful.
We loved the village of Cava de Tirreni. The people were friendly and there were plenty of restaurants and cute shops.
I stayed here with a group of 11 friends and couldn't have asked for a better welcome. Before we even arrived, the email correspondence was quick, accurate and the description of the villa spot on.
When we finally arrived Italian cured meats, bread, cheese and red wine greeted us on the kitchen table to eat after our long journey from London. We were greeted warmly and given a tour around this beautiful and spacious villa. The pool is amazing! A real highlight of the place. The villa has more than enough room to accommodate 12 adults and you could even squeeze children in comfortably as the room are a good size.
I would advise a rental car. It's a perfect base to explore the almafi coast without the fuss of the Almafi traffic on your door step (the roads get very crowded and traffic awful in the summer) but the location definitely needed a car. We were lucky to avoid the traffic every day as we were a little further out, which my party liked. We explored Almafi, Positano, Sorrento and some did the walk of the gods. Some of my group took the train, with ease, to Pompei. Others stayed in the villa and enjoyed the pool. It really is a stunning part of Italy.
Antonio and James, will help arrange anything you need. Pizza's delivered to the villa and an Italian cell phone in case you get into difficulty with mobile numbers on it. We needed a taxi transfer to a wedding in Sorrento which was gratefully arranged without fuss. Thank you.
Overall, a fantastic villa for a group of close friends but would equally suit a group of families too. Lots of space (including a pool table, table football) and lots of chairs/tables outside to eat. Plus, towels to use. We ate breakfast outside everyday and the evenings we cooked in, ate by the table by the pool (the pool lights up at night). The kitchen comes well stocked with lots of plates, cutlery, glasses, coffee pots, tea pots and lots of pots and pans. It also has a double fridge and a dish washer. Should you need to, a washing machine is available. You settle the electricity bill at the end of the week, which worked out at around 170 euros for 11 people. Include that in your costing's.
Highly recommend this villa and my party would like to thank Antonio and James for such a hospitable and welcoming stay to this wonderful part of Italy.
Villa Amalia is located in the urban district of Cava dè Tirreni in Salerno province. It was built on the XVII century in the most typical and fascinating hamlet of the town called “Rotolo”. The deep and romantic view on the Amalfitan Coast, the silent and a pleasant persistent microclimate, attracted, in the pre-renaissance epoch, the neapolitan aristocracy that built the most representative summer villas in the hamlet. Among those residences, the most ancient: Prince Martin’s villa, just actual Villa Amalia. Cava is a star-shaped town for its distinctive urban structure. The origins date back to the years following the Abbey foundation in 1080. The particular position of town offers to visitors the possibility to reach many famous centers of storic, cultural and touristic interest with easy link by boat, train and car
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
A security deposit of 1000 Euros is due at arrival in villa , refundable at the departure
For the available dates in the calendar, please ask to the owner.