A beautiful boutique hotel situated a short drive from Napoli airport. Run by an anglo italian family the service and especially the food, all locally grown, is excellent. situated in the hills above pallinuro lies this gorgeous hotel with all its rustic charm . You can either stay in the main hotel,or for a more private break, can stay in one of the smaller two bedroom chalets situated in the large grounds amongst the olive,lemon and fig trees. A beautiful secluded beach with more exclusive coves is a short walk away with access to water sports on the lovely warm turqouise sea. The boat trip to explore the sea cave is a delight. And the privately hired yacht trip to swimming spots and bays around the coast is a must. All at very reasonable prices to!
If you like the charm and character of a genuine old italian farmhouse, you'll love this place, half covered in wine and bougainvillea. Situated above the village and several terraces of olive trees, the balcony of your room or the loggia where you may have breakfast, offer a magnificent view over the nearby bay.
The personal athmosphere made us feel like on a private visit, and the cooking was delicious every time.
We found it hard to have to leave when our holiday came to its end.
Beautiful guest house set in Palinuro’s hills opposite the sea. We had a lovely welcoming from the hosts and loved our stay. The food was traditional and delicious. The room was spacious and the view from our balcony was mind blowing. The Agriturismo is far from the summer confusion but, at the same time, it is a 5 minute drive from the beach and the village’s center. I have recommended it to all my friends. Thanks for our lovely holiday!!
This agriturismo, perched on a hill, has large rooms with a a wonderful view of the sea. We decided to visit the region off season before Easter and found ourselves chilled to the bone by the dampness of the room and the lack of water pressure in the shower. The mattresses (changed from one night to the next) were one of the most uncomfortable experiences we've had. As seasoned travelers who have visited and worked in over 40 countries, we always seek to adapt to different cultures and behaviour patterns but it was quasi impossible to establish any kind of contact with our hosts who blissfully ignored our presence. When we inquired about where to dine and for a map of the area, we seemed to be asking for the moon. It is truly a shame that people who want to run a tourism activity do not make the effort to make you feel welcome and in a way at home away from home.