Two terraces with a spectacular view of islands of Capri, Ischia, the Gulf of Naples and the Vesuvius, Villazzano is an old historical small villa is located between Sorrento and Massalubrense.
Villazzano is an old historical small villa, holiday house of the Napolitan poet Saltovar (great grandfather of the owner). Its main structure, fully restaured in 1995 with old local furnitures, was built at the end of 19th century. It is located between Sorrento and Massalubrense.
Two terraces with a spectacular view of isle of Capri, Ischia, the Gulf of Naples and the Vesuvius, three bedrooms, a big studio, a large living room with chimney, a kitchen and two bathrooms are connected by a winding staircase.
It is at walking distance from the Puolo, a fishermen’s village, and from the beach.
It is equipped with TV, CD and DVD player, air conditioning. Parking permitted under the olive trees close to the villa. Both Sorrento and Massalubrense can be reached in about 10-15 minutes by bus.
Food stores, supermarket, pharmacy, Internet (no broadband connection in Villazzano, wireless pen works decently) are in Massa. Details or information on restaurants, tours and walks, as well as basic house rules are available on the Villazzano Guide.
Zugang für Gäste
To access to the Villa, you have to walk up for twenty steps (8 meters) from the garden to the main terrace.
Guest will have a private parking spot under olive trees, 50 meters from the villa
Interaktion mit Gästen
A young and nice lady will do the check in and the check out. She speaks english.
Weitere wichtige Infos
To access to the Villa, you have to walk up for twenty steps (5 meters) from the garden. It's not recommend for old people or people who have problem to walk.
On the third floor, you may heard the sound of the cars from the main street
Not recommend for old people (from 65 years old), or people who have difficult to walk
In order to access to the groundfloor of the Villa, you have to pass by a little garden and go up for 15 steps (8 meters). Then you have a 3 storey with a spiral starcase.
Since furnitures are old, hosts are required to handle it with care
Vincenzo Visco Comandini, 60, lives in Rome and is economic consultant and Professor of Institutional Economics at University of Rome “Tor Vergata”. He's taking care of the family summerhouse with the fundamental help of his children, Giacomo, Filippo and Federica