☆ Outdoor living: long front balcony, rooftop terrace and garden (all with views of ocean or hillside) ☆Hot tub under the vineyard♥️ 👀Parking on the public street ☆ Fully equipped + stocked kitchen ☆ NETFLIX ☆ Extremely safe neighborhood. ⚡Note:CASA ROSSA is only accessible by climbing up 90 steps. ☆ 30/40 minutes walking down the steps to the beach of MINORI or AMALFI✨ ☆ 1h far from Naples/Pompei by car✨ ☆15 minutes far from the center walking up the steps✨ ☆ Please read the description
“I stayed at Antonella’s house with my wife and our one year old daughter and we had a great time. Antonella greeted us and provided a bunch of helpful information about the house and things to do in the area. The fridge was stocked with goodies which was a very thoughtful touch. Antonella provided a crib that looked brand new. The house was clean, everything in new and good condition, and the views are to die for. Super spacious for just two people and there are three separate outdoor spaces to enjoy. We didn’t have time to use the hot tub because of our daughter’s schedule. Free parking on the street but don’t rent anything larger than a small crossover SUV to make your life easier. As noted in the listing and by others, there are steps to reach the house from the street for check in, and to reach the main road into town. This is typical for most rentals on the Amalfi Coast (other than the hotels right in town) and will help you stay in shape as you eat your body weight in gelato. The steps are easily done with an infant if you have a child carrier backpack.”
Dine alfresco with panoramic views of mountains and Amalfi coastline. A refreshing blue-and-white color palette is used throughout the house, in floor tiles, soft furnishings, and artwork. Soak in a bathtub after a day sunbathing on the terrace.
“Our stay at An.Gi.Em was definitely one we won't forget. The house is perched in the hills of the Amalfi coast in a small town called Ravello. Communicating with Alessandra was easy and she offered useful advice about where we should visit. There is a small bakery down the street which makes delicious pastries and sells various essentials I.e. milk, cheese, pasta, cereals. If you're arriving by car there is an allocated, off road parking space. We came by public transport. The bus dropped us off near Bivio Ravello and we walked up the steps to the house. If you're not prepared to walk 30-40 mins almost vertically! I'd suggest you wait for the next bus to Ravello from Bivio Ravello or Amalfi. Pros - • gorgeous views • beautiful, modern decor • thoughtful gift basket with various snacks • the apartment is out of busy tourist areas so it felt quite serene • easy to purchase bus tickets to surrounding areas from the small tobacco shop in the town Cons - • unfortunately there was quite a bit of noise from the apartment above us whilst we were there, this might not be the case all of the time but certainly whilst we were there it was very loud • in the winter months less shops/restaurants nearby are open so be prepared to cook more in the apartment or utilise the smaller pizzerias (which are delicious!!) All-in-all it was a really lovely holiday and I imagine if we returned in warmer months it would still be a brilliant experience.”
The 40 sqm apartment Mirò is newly built, a few steps from the center of Ravello, is composed of kitchen area, living area with bathroom, bedroom with bathroom The apartment has a large 60 sqm terrace with fantastic sea views
“A real corner of paradise. We spent a lovely weekend, fascinated by the spectacular view that can be enjoyed from the terrace, with a light that changes every hour. The accommodation is equipped with every comfort and Roberto with his sympathy is truly capable of preventing every desire of his guests. Roberto's mother is overwhelmingly welcoming and both make you want to return. Ravello is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. A pearl even for the most demanding.”