Suite Regina at Villa Scarpariello Relais - Private Access to the Sea and Pool
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- Minimum stay:3-5 nights
- Pets considered:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Amalfi apartment description
Suite Regina is 45 square meters large and can guest up to two adults and two children. Two people can sleep in the double bedroom with two sea viewed windows framed by arches and two in the dining room's sofa. This area offers a table and some chairs, a tv and an ancient fireplace. What makes this apartment so special is the marble columns decorated balcony overlooking the sea. The kitchen is equipped with all the utensils for preparation of simple dishes , a 4 burner stove, a hood fan and a refrigerator. The bathroom has a spacious shower. It's pleasantly furnished with antique furniture and paintings. There is a a phone to contact the reception of the villa or to make external calls.
The relais is located in the coastal part (seafront) of Ravello and its center is five kilometres far from it at around three hundred and fifty meters above the sea level. Amalfi is one kilometre and a half away.?
At only nine hundred metres far from Villa Scarpariello Relais, there is Atrani, a small fishermen – away from the crowd village, with some nice restaurants where you can taste the freshest products of the coast.
Within walking distance, at only five hundred meters, there is the Hotel Villa San Michele with its family run restaurant.
The Campania region is particularly rich in history and culture and the tailor made excursions that I personally arrange (look at the bottom of the e-mail for more info) offer a good chance to explore it in the best way.
The Amalfi Coast is one of the most enchanting places of the world featuring a combination of elements which makes it unique in its gender.
It's not possible to talk about the coast without describing the beauty of the sceneries: the villages are surrounded by the Lattari mountains where it is possible to hike remaining enchanted by the panorama.
Thanks to the morphology of its territory, the Amalfi Coast offers a variety of landscapes all to discover.
- 40 m²
- On floor 1
- Vacation Rental
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
- Private Chef
- Housekeeper Included
- Car Available
- Non Smoking Only:
- Long-Term Renters Welcome
- Events Allowed
- Children Welcome
- Pets Considered
Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 4, Beds for 2-4
- It features a double bed and two windows with sea view.
Bathrooms: 0 Bathrooms
Kitchen & Dining
- Dishes & Utensils
- Linens Provided
- Air Conditioning
- Ping Pong Table
- Satellite / Cable
- Deck / Patio
- Tourist Attractions
- Away From It All
Location & View
- Not Necessary
- Fitness Center
- Deepsea Fishing
- Massage Therapist
- Medical Services
- Health/Beauty Spa
- Winery Tours
- Eco Tourism
- Sight Seeing
- Scenic Drives
- Ravello is a small city of ancient origin, which faces a range of hills overlooking the clear blue sea of the Gulf of Salerno, like a balcony. Under this balcony the other wonders of this coast are unequalled. The beauty of this area has inspired poets, painters and musicians in the course of its millenarian history. It was here that Wagner stayed and was inspired by the magical beauties of the Villa Rufolo, its gardens and architectural works of the Cloisters to exclaim the 'Garden of Klingsor' is found. Boccaccio, a long time before him, spoke of Ravello, a town rich in monuments, in the stories of Decameron dedicated to the 'merchant' for Ravello, Landolfo Rufolo and his travels around the world. Ravello with its arches and antique towers, the splendid scenery of the clear skies and sea, such as that of the beautiful view from the Villa Cimbrone, is very protective towards its treasure of art. For example, the 11th Century Bronze Doors of Barisano da Trani, the precious pulpit ornate with mosaic lions conserved in the cathedral in which you can admire the other precious treasures. The wine that is produced in Ravello is one of the better wines as is the climate and character of its people. Villa Cimbrone was originally built for the aristocratic Accongiagioco family in the 19th century. By pure chance, it was discovered by an Englishman whose servant, Nicola Mansi, was born in Ravello. The land contained a very modest dwelling when Ernest William Beckett, later Lord Grimthorpe, acquired it in 1904. The enthusiasm of the Mansis (made resident custodians by Beckett), and the love of Italian classicism by the Englishman, soon transformed the property into a delightful folly. Inspired by the daughter of Lord Grimthorpe, another charming Villetta was constructed on the cliff edge with incomparable views over the whole coast and surrounding area. Villa Rufolo reached the height of its glory in the reign of Charles 1 of Angio, King of Naples from 1266 to 1285. At this time the Rufolo family had within its ranks a Bishop, John James and Matthew - Royal bankers, and Lawrence, a governor in Abruzzo. During the last century a Scotsman and botanist, Francis Neville Reid, bought the property and restored it. Subsequently the Villa has been acquired by the Provincial Tourist Board and the Wagner Commemorative concerts are held here each summer. Positano is one of the pearls of the Amalfi Coast. It rises on rocks, which characterise the whole area and make the landscape particulary suggestive thanks to the various forms that nature has created. The town lies on terraced land, immersed in a green landscape and looking out on a particulary blue sea. Its picturesque position, mild climate and natural beauty have made this town a very well known tourist spot. When you visit Positano do not miss the colourful boutiques with the well – known 'Positano Mode' High above Positano stands the little village of Montepertuso (hole mountain). The houses. Set among olive groves, filbert trees and terraced vineyards, grasp at footholds on the steep flanks of the mountain. Bedside the town a deep ravine plunges to the sea. Across the ravine looms a sheer brown shoulder of rock. Plunged so cleanly through it that it seem artificial, a natural arch in the rock lets through a semi circle of improbable blue sky. On the 2nd July the towns people celebrate the festival of the mountain, the miraculous result, they say, of a contest between the Holy virgin and the devil....moreless
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“This is a Gem!”Guest comment entered by owner
“This is a Gem!”
“This is a Gem!” 5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 6, 2013 We loved this place - but beware you must be fit! Many steps link the property from the road down to the sea with terraces for reception, breakfast, drinks, pool and finally the sea! We stayed in the Regina Suite. The view from our bed and terrace was stunning. A fort-like structure literally perched over the sea. It was breathtaking! Reception was great, organising us cars to Ravello, a concert in Scala (and tickets) and recommending wonderful restaurants - mainly in Attrani. We walked to both Amalfi and Attrani for meals (a bit death defying along the coast road), which were great (two in particular in Attrani - Ristorante Savo and A Paranza - delicious fresh seafood!). They also organised a motor boat for us for the day - it was perfect (complete with ladder so you could just drop anchor and go for a swim). We made it as far as Li Galli Islands. All in all a fantastic experience.
- Guest M. E. - Australia
- Date of stay 07/13/13
- Review Submitted 12/07/13
“Amazing villa and location; first-rate staff andGuest comment entered by owner
“Amazing villa and location; first-rate staff and
“Amazing villa and location; first-rate staff and service” 5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 29, 2013 Our group of 31 rented the entire Villa Scarpariello for the week of 5 October to 12 October 2013. We could not have made a better choice. The staff was organized and ready for us when we arrived. The apartments and rooms were better than the pictures and everything was clean and well-maintained. Every view from the villa (and of the villa itself) is postcard-worthy. Villa staff helped us whenever we needed it, including arranging for food to be delivered, bus transport, tours, and even a full-day 3-boat excursion to Capri (with pick up at the Villa's dock - see photo). The only bad part was we had to go home. We will return to Villa Scarpariello again and again. Thank you to everyone at the Villa who made our week unforgettable. Room Tip: Every room/apartment has a view of the beautiful Tyrrhenian Sea. We like the Regina apartment best...
- Guest Tim G. - Canada
- Date of stay 10/05/13
- Review Submitted 12/07/13
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Apr 22 - May 23, 2014
3 night min stay
May 24 - Sep 19, 2014
5 night min stay
Sep 20 - Nov 1, 2014
3 night min stay
|My Standard Rate
3 night min stay
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- Nearest Airport: Capodichino - Naples at 70 Kilometres
- Nearest Ferry: Amalfi at 16 Kilometres
- Nearest Train: Salerno at 22 Kilometres
- Nearest Motorway: Vietri sul Mare at 21 Kilometres
- Nearest Beach: Castiglione di Ravello at 700 Metres
- Nearest Barpub: Al Bivio at 600 Metres
- Nearest Restaurant: Villa San Michele at 600 Metres
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