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House | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 7

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 7 km
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Car essential
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Villa Aronne is a charming independent house which faces the sun and the sea. It sleeps seven people. From Villa Aronne you will enjoy a breathtaking view of the sea and of the coastline. Villa Aronne is 120 square meters (1290 square feet). It features a private terrace with a view of the sea, a private garden and winter heating.

You will be approximately 600 meters (660 yards) from the borough Furore, where you will find a restaurant and a grocery shop. You will find the stop for the local bus and the SITA bus at 300 meters (990 feet) and the closest beach at 6 km (roughly 3.7 miles). You will reach Villa Aronne from the parking area going down an external stairway which consists of approximately 26 steps.

To stay at Villa Aronne you will need a car. You will be able to park it on the premises, free of charge inside the entrance gate.

Garden

The garden is 50 square meters (540 square feet) large. It is partly shaded by perfumed lemon and grapevine pergolas. You will be able to reach it from the kitchen. It is equipped with a table, chairs and deck chairs. From the garden you will enjoy a gorgeous view of the sea.

Living Room

The furnishings of the living room are elegant and welcoming. They include a sofa and two armchairs. The dining table can accommodate six guests. In this room you will find a satellite television. From the living room you will be able to enter the terrace with a view of the sea and of the coast of Amalfi through a French door.

Dining Room

You will be able to enter the dining room from the kitchen. The dining table can accommodate seven guests. In this room you will find a digital piano. The room has a large panoramic window with a view of the sea and of the coastline.

Kitchen

The kitchen is equipped with a five-burner gas cooker, an electric oven, a refrigerator with freezer and an Italian-style coffee-maker. From the kitchen a French door will take you to the garden with a view of the sea and of the coastline.

Bedroom 1 with en-suite bathroom

You will be able to enter the first bedroom from the corridor. It has a matrimonial bed (160 cm/62 inches, wider than a queen-size bed). The room has a window with a view of the sea. This bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, spacious and equipped with a washbasin, a toilet, a bathtub with fixed shower head and a hairdryer. Here you will also find a washing machine.

Bedroom 2

You will be able to enter the second bedroom from the corridor. It has a matrimonial bed (160 cm/62 inches, wider than a queen-size bed). From the bedroom you will be able to enter the terrace with a view of the sea through a French door.

Bedroom 3

You will be able to enter the third bedroom from the corridor. It has a matrimonial bed (160 cm/62 inches, wider than a queen-size bed) and a twin bed (80 cm/32 inches). From the bedroom you will be able to enter the terrace with a view of the sea and of the coastline through a French door.

Bathroom

The bathroom is equipped with a washbasin, a toilet, a bathtub with fixed shower head and a hairdryer. You will be able to enter the bathroom from the corridor.

 

Size Sleeps up to 7, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach 7 km
Access Car essential
Nearest Amenities 600 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Naples 53 km, Nearest railway: Vietri sul Mare 28 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Sea view
General Central heating, TV
Utilities Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites
Furniture Single beds (1), Double beds (3), Dining seats for 7
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden
Access Parking
Further details indoors

Living Room

The furnishings of the living room are elegant and welcoming. They include a sofa and two armchairs. The dining table can accommodate six guests. In this room you will find a satellite television. From the living room you will be able to enter the terrace with a view of the sea and of the coast of Amalfi through a French door.

Dining Room

You will be able to enter the dining room from the kitchen. The dining table can accommodate seven guests. In this room you will find a piano. The room has a large panoramic window with a view of the sea and of the coastline.

Kitchen

The kitchen is equipped with a five-burner gas cooker, an electric oven, a refrigerator with freezer and an Italian-style coffee-maker. From the kitchen a French door will take you to the garden with a view of the sea and of the coastline.

Bedroom 1 with en-suite bathroom

You will be able to enter the bedroom from the corridor. It has a matrimonial bed (160 cm/62 inches, wider than a queen-size bed). The room has a window with a view of the sea. This bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, spacious and equipped with a washbasin, a toilet, a bathtub with fixed shower head and a hairdryer. Here you will also find a washing machine.

Bedroom 2

You will be able to enter the bedroom from the corridor. It has a matrimonial bed (160 cm/62 inches, wider than a queen-size bed). From the bedroom you will be able to enter the terrace with a view of the sea through a French door.

Bedroom 3

You will be able to enter the bedroom from the corridor. It has a matrimonial bed (160 cm/62 inches, wider than a queen-size bed) and a twin bed (80 cm/32 inches). From the bedroom you will be able to enter the terrace with a view of the sea and of the coastline through a French door.

Bathroom

The bathroom is equipped with a washbasin, a toilet, a bathtub with fixed shower head and a hairdryer. You will be able to enter the bathroom from the corridor.

Further details outdoors

Garden

The garden is 50 square meters (540 square feet) large. It is partly shaded by perfumed lemon and grapevine pergolas. You will be able to reach it from the kitchen. It is equipped with a table, chairs and deck chairs. From the garden you will enjoy a gorgeous view of the sea.

Further details

English-speaking representative on hand to answer any questions.

The Campania region

Campania region is the beginning of the 'mezzogiorno'. Translating as the 'midday' the phrase evokes the sun-baked south. And Campania - with its ancient Greek and Roman towns, rumbling volcanoes and glittering blue coastline, at times evokes Classical Greece as much as modern Italy. You could be a million miles from bureaucratic and businesslike Milan.

Throughout much of its history Campania has been at the centre of Western Civilisation's most significant entities. The area was colonised by Ancient Greeks and was within Magna Græcia, until the Roman Republic began to dominate. During the Roman era the area was highly respected as a place of culture by the emperors, where it balanced Greco-Roman culture. The area had many duchies and principalities during the Middle Ages, in the hands of the Byzantine Empire and some Lombards.

It was under the Normans that the smaller independent states were brought together as part of a sizeable European kingdom, known as the Kingdom of Sicily, before the mainland broke away to form the Kingdom of Naples. It was during this period that especially elements of Spanish, French and Aragonese culture touched Campania. Later the area became the central part of the Two Sicilies under the Bourbons, until the Italian unification of 1860 when it became part of the new state Italy.

The capital city of Campania is Naples. Campania is rich in culture, especially in regards to gastronomy, music, architecture, archeological and ancient sites such as Pompeii, Herculaneum and Paestum. The name of Campania itself is derived from Latin, as the Romans knew the region as Campania felix, which translates into English as "fortunate countryside". The rich natural sights of Campania make it highly important in the tourism industry, especially along the Amalfi Coast, Cilento Coast, Mount Vesuvius and the island of Capri.

Amalfi Coast

Following the hairpin curves of the road cut along the coast between Amalfi and Positano, you will arrive in Furore: "the town that is not". This charming town is composed by two parts: one on the sea, the other on the mountain.

A loose group of houses sprinkled across the rocky cliffs, built sheer to the sea in order to protect the fields and the countryside, this is Furore.. The hamlet of Fiordo is situated at the foot of the cliff, down by the sea, along the SS 163 (national road) between Amalfi and Positano. A mountain pass built during the Republic of Amalfi is been the only connection between sea and mountain. Here you will walk through tiny alleys and narrow plots of a land miraculously torn away from the mountain and cultivated with lots of love.

The city has been renowned from time immemorial as small coastal territory, lacking in cultivable lands and scarcely populated. This might be the reason why someone thinks that the first inhabitants, (which became able fishermen, artisans and farmers), originally were Amalfi's refugees, forced to live in this inhospitable place, because exiled from their home town.

Anyway, thanks to the particular geographical conformation, Furore has always been a very important and susceptible stronghold, even at the time of Saracens' incursions.

Some illustrious noble Neapolitan families left deep signs into the village, giving a name to places and streets, like: Li Summonti, Le Porpore, Li Cuomi, Li Candidi. The family of Summonti moved to Naples in 1400, but gave to the village of Furore a great imprint of upright men: they made a conspicuous donation of ducats, to allow a lucky "poor but honest and deserving spinster in Furore" to get married with dignity! ;-)

The town takes its name from the fury of the sea during stormy nights, when the waves crash onto the craggy rocks, creating a frightening roar. Gradually the locals began to dedicate themselves to fishing, hand-made products and milk pasteurising.

Olive trees, grapevines on terraces going up the mountainside, bowers of bright yellow lemons, red roofs and colourful majolicas of the notable bell-tower, scented flowers, wild blackberries, and deeply blue transparent sea: you will remember all this for the rest of your life!

Fiordo has always been a natural port that allowed flourishing commercial traffics. The oldest industries (paper factories, watermills) developed in Fiordo, nearby the river Schiantro, flowing down from Lattari Mountains.

The Fiord of Furore is a unique, natural shelter bursting with natural beauty. Inside it, the opposing faces of the great valley unveils many interesting walks:

* "La Volpe Pescatrice Path" (The Fishing Vixen)

The ancient fishermen's village, with its two characteristic stairways, acts as the starting point for this trail which, immersed in dense Mediterranean colours, arrives at the grounds of the Furore Inn Resort and takes its name from the Resort's exclusive restaurant. Caves and caverns appear among the calcareous valley walls in which peregrine falcons nest.

* "I Pipistrelli Impazziti" Path (The Crazed Bats)

On the eastern side of the valley, hidden by the limekiln, begins a well marked botanical trail leading to Punta Tavola (Table Point), close by Conca De Marini. The trail, which winds between holm-oaks and carob trees, passes the mills and the canals to arrive at the solitary, silent paper factory, the undeniable kingdom of the bats. Visit the church of St Elia, built in the XIII century, where you can see a triptych of Angelo Antonello da Capua.

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  • 6 Years listed

Calendar last updated:27 Nov 2013

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