A pretty Cottage with a view in the vineyards of the beautiful Mount Vesuvius National Park with a private garden , pool , and views over Capri Island , the Bay of Naples , and the Sorrentine Peninsula . ============================ Cottage panoramico immerso nel vigneto all'interno del Parco Nazionale del Vesuvio con giardino, piscina e vista su Capri , Golfo di Napoli e Penisola Sorrentina.
“We stayed at Giovanni’s wine cottage in mid August so hottest month so I was a little worried about the heat, however on the terrace there is a wonderful breeze and of course a pool to cool off in. Also AC in the bedroom. The views from the terrace are amazing and the cottage comfy and welcoming. Giovanni was so kind and helpful - the Winery is just 2 min walk up the lane so close by if you need any advice. We didn’t get to do the wine tasting lunch this time round - maybe next time! We did however sample the wine which is delicious. Pompeii and Herculaneum under 30 mins drive away - book online for these or Versuvius crater site.”
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“The view is outstanding and because you are up on the hill, there is a nice breeze. We found that even on a very hot day, the temperature at the apartment was wonderful. We had the apartment that had a bedroom and then a second room with a kitchenette. We were travelling as a family of four with two grown kids. The two single beds in the kitchenette room did make it a little bit tight, but this was not an issue as we spent most of our time there on the balcony which had a table with seats for 4, two other chairs and a reclining chair. We did not hear the other guests staying in the upper level apartment. The property is very nice and secluded. The second part of the driveway which comes after the one pictured is a steep incline. If, by chance, you are used to driving automatic and happen to be in a standard shift rental car from the airport (a rather under-powered one), be prepared to drive aggressively up the hill, otherwise you will be rolling backwards! (We didn't actually roll into the street but just so you know, don't hesitate.) This property is very well situated for visiting Pompey (20 minutes drive).”
Sit in a rocking chair on a sun-drenched terrace and gaze at a timeless view of the sea and ancient mountains. This is a fun and vibrant apartment, where walls of modern art and Picasso prints are matched by floors of cool and colorful ceramic tiles.
“We stayed for two weeks - and missed nothing! The service standard of this AirBnB is unheard of! You won’t get a cleaner, roomier, and better equipped holiday stay anywhere. Superb. The apartment is exactly like in the pictures and has all the amenities you will need. It has a large terrace that gives you an excellent sea view, allows you to smell the coast and to sunbath. The apartment is in a closed compound, so no traffic or visitors passing through. You are close to public transport: A bus station for the long-distance SitaBus to go to Amalfi, Positano, the Path of Gods or Salerno (around 2,20€/person). A local bus (fsitalia, lines 63 and 68) is down to the stairs - it takes you to Vietri Sul Mare station and the main town. From the station, you are in Pompeii in less than one hour and in Napoli in one hour (less than 5€/pax). You are close to the beaches: There are four privately-owned beaches and two public beaches that you can walk to within 7 minutes. The privately-owned beaches set you back between 22€-25€ per 2pax/day in high season. There is a sun-umbrella in the apartment, so unless the public beaches are two crowded (weekends) or you need the facilities – you will be fine with the public beaches. To note: All the beaches have a darker kind of coarse sand and a shoreline of small pebbles. In walking distance, there is a small supermarket, a fresh fruit sales place, as well as plenty of restaurants, and even a very good Cornetteria (El Muerzo, few meters down the road after Dal Pescatore). So, nothing to be missed. You can cook at the apartment as if you were a Michelin chef, there is more pots, pans, and tools then your grandmother has in her basement. As well as a lovely gas top stove and two sizes of espresso makers. About Covid-19: The house was cleaned very thoroughly, and additional hand-sanitizer was provided. In the town’s stores, people sometimes wear face masks, waiters in restaurants always did. On public transport the masks were required. Distancing is usually possible – the public beaches had contact-tracing (name and phone number had to be provided) and an access limitation, however, during the weekend it was still kind of hard to distance. Let’s hope that once you read this, the pandemic is over. Thank you, Barbara and Pina, for having us and good luck!”