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Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Car not necessary
  • Nearest beach 0.1km

Casa Graziella D is a charming apartment located in the center of Sorrento. It sleeps six people. From Casa Graziella D you will enjoy a view of the surrounding ancient alleys. Casa Graziella D is 120 square meters (1290 square feet). It features air conditioning (please read description below to check in which rooms the units are installed), winter heating and WI-FI Internet access.

You will be in a pedestrian precinct, in the seventeenth-century historic center of Sorrento, where you will find restaurants, shops, public transportation, the beach and the tourist port.

Casa Graziella D is located on the first floor. You will reach it from the main entrance of the building by way of an elevator.

You will not need a car to stay at Casa Graziella D. If you do have one, you will be able to park it along the public roads (the actual distance might vary depending on the availability of parking spaces) or in a public parking lot (being the lot a public one, parking spaces can not be reserved). Casa Graziella D is one of the holiday homes available in a small complex. Please find a general description of the complex below, and please scroll further down for a description of Casa Graziella D.

Casa Graziella names six apartments belonging to an ancient building in the centre of Sorrento. The building dates back to 1600, and it has been carefully restored. The structure is located into a typical pedestrian alley, at a few steps from piazza Tasso (Sorrento's main piazza), the public garden and the access to the beach.

You will get into a large barrel vaulted entrance, from where you will access the apartments through an elevator, or just going up the elegant external stairs.

At Casa Graziella there is a reception open every day to help you even to plan your excursions. A lovely lady will welcome you and will be available for any information and assistance you may need.

 Living Room 1

The furnishings of the living room are elegant and bright. The furnishings include two armchairs and a divan that unfolds into a double bed. There is a nice fireplace, for decorative purposes only. The room is equipped with an air conditioning/heating unit.

Living Room 2

The furnishings of the second living room include a sofa and an armchair. 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 a small balcony through a French door. The room is equipped with an air conditioning/heating unit.

Kitchen

The kitchen is equipped with a four-burner electric cooker, a refrigerator with freezer, a microwave oven, an Italian-style coffee-maker and a toaster.

Bedroom 1

The first bedroom is located on the mezzanine level that overlooks the second living room. You will be able to enter it from the corridor going up a spiral staircase. The bedroom has a matrimonial bed (160 cm/62 inches, wider than a queen-size bed).

Bedroom 2

The second bedroom is located on the mezzanine level that overlooks the first living room. You will be able to enter it from the corridor going up a spiral staircase. It has two twin beds (80 cm/32 inches), that can be pushed together into a matrimonial bed if requested. From the bedroom you will be able to enter the small balcony through a French door. The bedroom is equipped with an air conditioning/heating unit.

Bathroom 1

The first bathroom is equipped with a washbasin, a toilet, a fully enclosed shower and a hairdryer. You will be able to enter the bathroom from a corridor.

Bathroom 2

The second bathroom is equipped with a washbasin, a toilet, a fully enclosed shower and a hairdryer. You will be able to enter the bathroom from the living room.

 

Size Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach 100 m
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 50 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Naples 52 km, Nearest railway: Sorrento 700 m
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access
General Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi available
Standard Toaster, Hair dryer
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1)
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Further details indoors

Living Room 1

The furnishings of the living room are elegant and bright. They include two armchairs and a divan that unfolds into a double bed. There is a nice fireplace, for decorative purposes only. The room is equipped with an air conditioning/heating unit.

Living Room 2

The furnishings of the living room include a sofa and an armchair. 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 a small balcony through a French door. The room is equipped with an air conditioning/heating unit.

Kitchen

The kitchen is equipped with a four-burner electric cooker, a refrigerator with freezer, a microwave oven, an Italian-style coffee-maker and a toaster.

Bedroom 1

The bedroom is located on the mezzanine level that overlooks the second living room. You will be able to enter it from the corridor going up a spiral staircase. It has a matrimonial bed (160 cm/62 inches, wider than a queen-size bed).

Bedroom 2

The bedroom is located on the mezzanine level that overlooks the first living room. You will be able to enter it from the corridor going up a spiral staircase. It has two twin beds (80 cm/32 inches), that can be pushed together into a matrimonial bed if requested. From the bedroom you will be able to enter the small balcony through a French door. The bedroom is equipped with an air conditioning/heating unit.

Bathroom 1

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

Bathroom 2

The bathroom is equipped with a washbasin, a toilet, a fully enclosed shower and a hairdryer. You will be able to enter the bathroom from the living room.

Further details

At Casa Graziella there is a reception open every day to help you even to plan your excursions. A lovely lady will welcome you and will be available for any information and assistance you may need.

You will not need a car to stay at Casa Graziella. If you do have one, you will be able to park it along the public roads (the actual distance might vary depending on the availability of parking spaces) or in a private parking lot (where a space can be reserved) or in a public parking lot (where a space can not be reserved).

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, archaeological 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.

Sorrento, Campania

Sorrento is one of the best known resorts in Italy, situated on a tract of coastline of unrivalled beauty, on the northern slope of the Sorrentine Peninsula. This sheltered spot, surrounded by luxuriant hills where vines, olives and above all high quality citrus fruits are grown, was once the site of choice where the wealthy Romans used to build their villas, and it has been a highly prestigious retreat since 700. Sorrento has been nicknamed “La Gentile” because of the gentleness of its climate, the refinement of its streets and gardens and of the friendliness of its inhabitants.

Sorrento nestles on a tufaceous terrace, 50 meters high, which falls steeply down to a blue, crystalline sea. This peculiar geographical position gives it a special character. The city does not have a promenade, but looks down, like a balcony, over the port and two Marinas, with unexpectedly charming views. Access to the sea is gained mostly via stairs, passageways carved into the rock and lifts.

The origin of the name Sorrento – Surrentum – is poetically dated back to the Sirens who, legend has it, lived in the rocks of the gulf, from where they tried in vain to ensnare Ulysses with their deadly song. The city’s origin is very old: sited in an area that was inhabited in prehistoric times, Sorrento was probably founded by Greek settlers and then subjected to the dominion of the Sannites. In the third century B.C., the Romans who, in the first century B.C., established a Municipality there occupied it. In the early centuries of the Sorrento Empire, it became an important resort and abounded in splendid villas with their flourishing gardens and numerous temples. From 420 on it became a Bishopric. During the Middle Ages it was dominated by various powers; thereafter, its history was identified most often with that of the Reign of Naples. In 1558 it underwent the cruelest attack by the Saracens who sacked it. Following this episode, a wall and defense and watchtowers, placed on neighboring spurs, surrounded the city. In 1554 the poet Torquato Tasso, Sorrento’s most famous son, was born.

In the old part of Sorrento the Greek-Roman structure of the town can still be detected, with the parallel streets intersecting at right angles.

Today, at the heart of the city, stands Tasso Square where, besides the monument of the famous poet, is the statue of St. Antonio, patron saint of Sorrento. Corso Italia begins from the square; a lively, elegant street, with a wealth of shops and meeting place.

The Duomo, of medieval origin, was constructed in the fifteenth century; the beautiful door on the right side dates back to this period.

Very interesting is the Palazzo Verniero, with wonderful decorations of Arab-Hispanic designs on the window. One of the most typical monuments of Sorrento is the Sedile Dominova, where the nobles of the urban quarters would come together. It is a fifteenth century loggia, with two large rounded arches surmounted by a seventeenth century majolica cupola. The basilica of S. Antonio, which guards the sepulcher of the city’s patron saint, has an ancient portal from the eleventh century.

In the charming cloister of the church of St. Francesco, with interlaced arches in the Arab style, are held classical music concerts.

The Villa Comunale, with a wealth of majestic trees and flourishing flowerbeds, extends towards the sea with terrace from which one can enjoy a magnificent view of the Bay of Naples, from Procida to Vesuvius. Beside Vittoria square can be seen the remains of the temple of Venus. Of Roman origins, Sorrento still retains the southern gate, at the beginnings of via Tasso, as well as that at the Grand Marina.

The northern side of Sorrento is bordered by gorges, which fall steeply down to the sea. Eastwards lies the calm mirror of the Marina Piccola, protected by a long dock, which constitutes the port where the boats for Naples and Capri berth. The Marina Grande, a wide cove equipped with swimming facilities, is the city’s beach.

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