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Costiera amalfitana, B&B in Furore, camera doppia
Costiera amalfitana, B&B in Furore, camera doppia
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 private bath
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 private bath
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It is a biological B & B in Furore, in a traditional farmhouse, surrounded by the countryside, overlooking the sea and the rooms enjoy an amazing view, nestled in a garden of spices and citrus. It is reserved for those who love nature and animals. Breakfast is consumed under wisteria and vineyard pergolas Amalfi, Ravello, Positano Pompeii and the Path of Gods are easily reached here. At the price add 2 € / night / person stay
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E' un B&B biologico di Furore, in una casa contadina tradizionale, circondata dalla campagna, a strapiombo sul mare e dalle camere si gode un panorama straordinario, immerso in un giardino odoroso di spezie e agrumi.
E' riservato a chi ama la natura e gli animali.
La colazione viene consumata sotto pergolati di glicine e viti
Amalfi, Ravello, Positano Pompei e il Sentiero degli Dei si raggiungono da qui facilmente.
Al prezzo aggiungere la tassa di soggiorno di 2 euro/notte/persona

The space

The house is a typical farmhouse on the Amalfi Coast, surrounded by cultivated terraces, surrounded by greenery and nature.
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La casa è una casa contadina tipica della Costiera Amalfitana, circondata da terrazzamenti coltivati, immersa nel verde e nella natura.

Guest access

Guests arrive in a large car park where you can leave your car freely and, after a short walk to the sea, arrive at the gate of the house.
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Gli ospiti giungono in un ampio parcheggio dove è possibile lasciare l'auto liberamente e, dopo un breve percorso a piedi aperto verso il mare, giungono al cancello dell'abitazione.

Interaction with guests

Owners are at the disposal of guests in providing all useful information on the services and typical places of the Coast to visit
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I proprietari sono a disposizione degli ospiti nel fornire tutte le indicazioni utili sui servizi e i luoghi tipici della Costiera da visitare

Other things to note

The tranquility, the silence, the sea view from the terraces, the gardens around the house are the characteristic elements that make it unique and serene.
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La tranquillità, il silenzio, la vista del mare dai terrazzi, i giardini che circondano la casa sono gli elementi caratteristici che la rendono unica e serena.

Free parking on premise
Pets Allowed
Wireless Internet
Family/Kid Friendly
Extra people No Charge
Always communicate through Airbnb
To protect your payment, never transfer money or communicate outside of the Airbnb website or app.
House Rules
No parties or events

You must also acknowledge
Some pet(s) live in the house
Safety features
Lock on bedroom door
2 nights minimum stay

37 Reviews

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Samantha User Profile
September 2017
Giacomo is a great host and we really enjoyed our stay! The views from his place are beautiful - we particularly enjoyed these over breakfast in the morning (which we also loved!) there are a couple of great restaurants close by, and it's nice to be away from the bustle of positano and amalfi! There is a bus which you can catch into town close by, we also hired a scooter which I would really recommend.

Margaret User Profile
November 2016
We stayed three nights here while we visited the Amalfi Coast. It is a cosy and traditional room above the main house, with a sweet little balcony with an amazing view of the sea. We ate breakfast each morning on the terrace in the sunshine, with yogurts, fresh coffee, fresh bread and home made jam. Giacomo speaks reasonable English and was helpful with suggestions for restaurants and bus timetables. He was not intrusive to our stay while being available if needed. There are lots of friendly cats which we were happy with but be aware if you are allergic to them. We found driving around there a real challenge (not for the faint hearted) and took the bus one day down to Amalfi, (about €2) then the boat to Positano (€8 each way) which was a good plan and gave great views of the amazing coastline. Beware you have to buy the bus tickets at a tabac, not on the bus. There is a good local restaurant at Agerolo, 6/7 mins drive, Ristaurante de Gianinni) with good local reasonably priced (for a change) food and wine (€6 a litre). Pompeii was an hours drive away ( don't use shortest route on the sat (URL HIDDEN) drove us mental going up back alleys and one way streets the wrong way! Our mistake, we thought it was programmed to 'fastest'!) This is a very good location to explore from as you are out of the madness and it is quiet and you can drive over the top easily. We left that way for Rome.

Phil User Profile
September 2016
What can I say, we absolutely loved this place and its views! The hosts are amazing and produce some great food from their garden. We really recommend people visit their friendly home and take in the scenery. We also recommend the Path of the Gods walk if your feeling brave!

Melanie User Profile
August 2016
A lovely room at a very friendly and incredibly picturesque B&B. The balcony looks onto an incredible 180 degree panorama of the sea, forever breathtaking. The B&B is home to an array of friendly cats and surrounded by vines, fig trees and flowers. The roads in this part of Sicily are not for the faint hearted but there is at least ample parking close to the B&B. And if you need a break from the crazy driving, there are a couple of good restaurants within walking distance (a 5-10 minute walk up or down the steps cut into the mountainside).

Ange User Profile
October 2017
Great room, beautiful view! We drove here so it was really hard to get around if driving. If you are looking just to relax and take in scenery this is a perfect place!

Helena User Profile
October 2017
We loved our stay with Giacomo! He is a great host, super nice and helpful. The place is adorable, cozy, clean, private, with a beautiful garden and amazing view! We will carry great memories of our stay and HIGHLY recommend it for who is looking for some piece and quiet. We had a car and I'd say it was essential for comfort and getting around easily.

Sarah User Profile
September 2017
Although we found the room quite small, the view, breakfast and kindness from the hosts made up for this. We managed three days on public transport but needed lots of patience as coast routes very busy. Bus stop, shop and restaurant around five minutes walk away. Lots of good walks nearby particularly to the Path of the Gods and to San Lazzaro (Agerola).

Naples, ItalyJoined in January 2016
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