Villa | 5 bedrooms | sleeps 10
The villa lies about 500 metres from the town of Ravello, in a wonderfully panoramic position, and you arrive at the house along a private road leading to the parking area, which can accommodate 3 or 4 cars. The furnishings consist of antique furniture with old paintings and high-quality finishings, and the floors are covered in typical local hand-made ceramics.
The villa is equipped with: satellite TV, stereo with CD and DVD, telephone, high-speed internet connection, washing-machine, dishwasher, microwave oven, and air-conditioning in the annex. The external area covered by the property is extensive, covering about 10,000 square metres and consists of porticoes (200 sq.m.), gardens and lemon groves, and from every part of the property you can take in the beautiful view overlooking the stretch of coast between Amalfi and Maiori.
GROUND FLOOR: large room with fireplace and dining area, access to panoramic outdoor covered patio furnished with tables and chairs; 1 bathroom with shower; small larder; kitchen with 2 access points to the panoramic terrace with outdoor stone oven, table and chairs for eating “al fresco”.
FIRST FLOOR: 2 double bedrooms with access to a large panoramic terrace; 1 twin bedroom (which can be transformed into a double bedroom) with access to the panoramic terrace, 1 bathroom with shower; 1 bathroom with bathtub; 1 double bedroom and en suite bathroom with shower.
ANNEX: accessed via a covered patio, with double bed and bathroom with shower, panoramic view.
The two double bedrooms can be transformed into twin bedrooms – to be requested before arrival.
The pebble beach at Castiglione is about 4 kms away. The old town centre of Ravello is within walking distance - a town of international renown for its tourism, and many well-known people have been attracted by its famous villas, such as Villa Cimbrone with the spectacular view from the terrace at the end of the garden. A very important annual event is the Ravello Festival of classical music, which is held in the magical atmosphere at Villa Rufolo. The garden is full of exotic plants, flowers, pine trees and cypress trees and for over fifty years has hosted the Ravello Festival, the oldest in Italy apart from the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino in Florence.
**Google map location of this property is approximate**
Please note the 2nd week half price offer is not applicable on this villa.
Please note that this property's availability is on request. We will contact you shortly after booking to confirm. We recommend booking your flights after the villa has been confirmed.
Please note there is a €1500 security deposit and heating (If required) is paid accoring to consumption (All paid locally)
|Size||Sleeps up to 10, 5 bedrooms|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Rooms||5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms of which 5 Family bathrooms|
The Campania region
History, culture, natural beauty, crystal waters, dazzling beaches...and food to die for. Italy really does have it all. From Venice's architectural jewels in the north to Puglia's sun soaked olive growths in the south, there's something for everyone in this country of infinite variety.
Whether you choose to spend your time exploring the Adriatic Coast, with its white sands and dramatic promontories, or the gentle rolling hills of Umbria, where almost every view is reminiscent of a Renaissance painting, your time in Italy will be time well spent.
And let's not forget the Italian Lakes, whose serene and ageless splendour has beguiled visitors for centuries. As has the island charm and Sicily and Sardinia, two very different yet equally enchanting holiday destinations. Last, but by no means least, is there any other city on the planet that can match Rome for its combination of ancient history and cosmopolitan style?
Prepare to relax in the most enchanting surrounds you have ever seen...
Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO the Amalfi Coast is home to some of the best-loved and most beautiful coastal towns in the world, Positano and her less famous sister (and all the better for that!) Praiano and the ancient town of Amalfi, the town that gives the coast its name.