villa di nola sorrento - apartment
Hosted by Maria
Maria is the host.
6 guests
2 bedrooms
4 beds
1 bath
6 guests
2 bedrooms
4 beds
1 bath
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Amazing apartment with panoramic view on the sea and the Golf of Naples, it's located in prestigious villa with gardens and terraces in unique and quite place, not far from Sorrento center.
Separate entrance with private terrace, heating, air

Free parking on premises
Air conditioning
Wireless Internet

Extra people $52 NZD / night after 4 guests
Cleaning Fee $61 NZD
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds
Common spaces
1 sofa bed

House Rules
Check in is anytime after 2PM
Check out by 10AM


1 night minimum stay

21 Reviews

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Robyn User Profile
May 2016
Villa De Nola is just beautiful and Maria was the perfect host. The villa is modern, clean and very comfortable. A 5 minute drive down the hill to Sorrento and 20 minutes to nearby Masselubrense. Plenty of space at the villa to park the car, great views and very relaxing.

Brandy User Profile
July 2017
Maria's place was amazing! It was hard to leave the house because of the gorgeous views. Maria was a great host; very prompt with responding. The night we arrived we were so tired and hungry, so Maria made us reservations at a nearby spot.

Kevin User Profile
June 2017
This beautiful villa is situated south of the town of Sorrento with fantastic views overlooking the bay with Vesuvius in front, the sunsets are amazing. We walked down into town every day, about 15-20 minutes, occasionally walking back which took a tad longer due to the hill! Maria provided bus details but we relied upon taxis (price varied and occasionally expensive) of an evening following dining. A wonderful host and a wonderful place to stay, you will enjoy it.

Tony User Profile
May 2017
Villa di Nola was absolutely beautiful, with stunning views and all the items you'd need. As, if it were your own house. You'll want to rent a car or a scooter. It's well worth it with short drives to Positano, downtown Serrento and Ravello.

Martin User Profile
May 2017
The traffic in and around Sorrento is daunting but if you can face it, it's worthwhile having a car to reach the villa. The location near Prioria above Sorrento is quiet, there's private parking and you get to stay in a beautiful house with breathtaking views of the Bay of Naples. The house is tastefully furnished in a mixture of modern and traditional styles, is well equipped and the beds are comfortable. One of the bedrooms and the living/dining area open on to the balcony overlooking Sorrento Harbour and the Bay of Naples. The view is always spectacular, as in clear weather you can see Vesuvius, Capri and Ischia and it is always a pleasure to sit on the balcony and watch the ferries and cruise ships sail in and out of the harbour. We would love to come back again.

Jessica User Profile
April 2017
First things first -- YES the view from the balcony is amazing (just like in the pictures!). There's a full kitchen with gas stove, microwave, refrigerator, and freezer so you can save a lot of money by cooking for yourself. It's relatively quiet at night except for occasional mopeds gunning it up the hill and/or drivers honking a warning as they approach a corner. However, I'm an extremely light sleeper and I was fine. Two tips: 1) To turn on the stove burners, you need to turn on the switch on the wall to the left of the stove. Then turn on the gas to the burner while simultaneously pressing the lighter button on the front of the stove. This isn't documented anywhere in the booklet, but Maria explained it us when we asked. 2) If you are visiting during cooler weather, you will need to use the towel warming rack to make sure your towels dry by the next day because the natural ocean moisture plus cool weather means nothing dries quickly. It seems that you need to turn on the house heat using the thermostat in order to turn on the towel rack. There are a few downsides to be aware of: 1) The reason the view is so beautiful is that the house is high up on a cliff. The walk down to town is fine if the weather is nice, although definitely not for the mobility-challenged because it's a fairly steep downhill over bumpy cobblestones. It takes ~35 min to get to the Sorrento/Circumvesuviana train station. However, we were always way too tired to attempt the walk up at the end of the day, so be aware that unless you are very fit, you're going to need to rely upon either the public bus or the Grand Hotel President shuttle bus (tip the very friendly driver!) to get back and forth. Both run fairly infrequently, so you have to schedule your departures accordingly. 2) The public bus is completely unreliable -- turns out this is a stereotype of Southern Italy that's unfortunately true. We waited for 50 min for the bus to town and >1 hr without seeing a bus to get back from town. Also, if you come during peak tourist season, do NOT count on being able to catch the bus from outside this Airbnb. The bus goes to/from the Amalfi coast, so it will be completely full of tourists as soon as it leaves the train station and (as we learned by experience) the bus driver will not stop at other stops along the way. 3) You have to supply most things yourself. Usually when we use Airbnbs in other places, there's a common set of staple items like cooking oil, paper towels, and laundry detergent left from previous guests or by the owner, but we had to buy those ourselves. More annoyingly, we had to clean some of the cooking utensils, pots, coffee maker, and kettle ourselves. Some of the cooking utensils...

Pegatha User Profile
October 2016
Our welcome was fine. It's a luxurious place positioned high above Sorrento with a glorious view of the bay from its terrace. The disadvantage is that it is rather isolated from the city so best for those who have a car. More details about the buses would be helpful.

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Maria User Profile

Sono cresciuta in una grande famiglia, in cui l'arte dell'ospitalità è una regola fondamentale, per poter goderepienamente il calore dell'amicizia. Dai gesti semplici di accoglienza di mia madre e di mio padre, ho imparato a coccolare gli ospiti e a condividere con loro la meraviglia dell'angolo di paradiso, di cui abbiamo la fortuna di godere da quando, nel 1983 acquistammo villa Di Nola. Oggi abbiamo deciso di aprire le porte del nostro paradiso, e di vivere con voi la gioia di un risveglio sul blu, tra cielo e mare. Nulla verrà lasciato al caso per permettervi di vivere il vostro soggiorno come un'esperienza indimenticabile di suoni, colori, profumi e sapori.

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