Appartamento Emanuele at Villa Scarpariello Relais - Private Access to the Sea
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- Minimum stay:3 nights
- Property type:Apartment
- Pets considered:No
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Villa Scarpariello Relais is a historical residence surrounded by luxurious gardens and crystal clear sea. It reopens in 2016 after a renovation that lasted two years.
Apartment Emanuele offers the chance to enjoy the Amalfi Coast at its beauties staying in a unique location.
Apartment Emanuele is an accommodation of one hundred square meters, featuring three double bedrooms. The fully equipped gives access to a covered sea view balcony.
Considering that Amalfi Coast is a food paradise, one can carefully pick the best ingredients and then cook them in the cozy kitchen displaying a four burner stove, a hood fan and refrigerator.
The bathroom has a decorated Vietri sul Mare's handmade tiles shower .
Emanuele is pleasantly furnished with antique paintings and furniture. There is a phone to contact villa's concierge as well to make external calls.
Villa Scarpariello Relais is five kilometers away from Ravello's center, Amalfi is one kilometer and a half away and Positano is around twenty kilometers away.
At only nine hundred metres from Apartment Emanuele, one can find Atrani, a small fishermen's village – away from the hustle and bustle - with some nice restaurants where you can taste the freshest products of the coast.
Member since: 2007
- On floor 3
- 90 m²
- Vacation Rental
- Catering Available
- Breakfast - Booking Possible
- Lunch - Booking Possible
- Dinner - Booking Possible
- Housekeeper Included
- Private Chef
- Events Allowed
- Long-Term Renters Welcome
- Children Welcome
- Pets Not Allowed
Bedrooms: 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6, Beds for 6
Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom
- Ping Pong Table
- Satellite / Cable
- Away From It All
- Tourist Attractions
- Health/Beauty Spa
- Winery Tours
Local Services & Businesses
- Fitness Center
- Massage Therapist
- Medical Services
- Eco Tourism
- Scenic Drives
Sports & Adventure Activities
- Dining Area
- Seating for 6 people
- Air Conditioning
- Hair Dryer
- Dishes & Utensils
- Deck / Patio
- Housekeeper Included
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My Standard Rate
3 night min stay
Additional information about rental rates
- Taxes Not included
The rates are for the occupancy of two double bedrooms for four people.
The rates for six people are the following:
Low season's daily rate -> Euro 341,00
Low season's weekly rate -> Euro 2390,00
High season's daily rate -> Euro 383,00
High season's weekly rate-> Euro 2680,00
01. Cancellation within 31 days before check-in: refund of the deposit.
02. Cancellation from 30 to 15 days before check-in: 25% refund of the deposit.
03. Cancellation from 14 days to check-in date, no-show: no refund.
04. Late arrival/early departure: no refund for unused days.
Owner's cancellation policy:
Policy available by contacting owner when booking
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Car: Not Necessary
Amalfi, and its particular coast, is considered perhaps the most beautiful part of Italy. It is a quiet and picturesque seaside resort with a temperate climate and incomparable natural beauties.
Amalfi, originally Roman, was the first Sea Republic of Italy. After the fall of the Roman Empire, it was the first city to re-establish relationship between East and West by transporting and introducing into Italy exotic merchandise such as carpets, coffee and paper.
Amalfi had its own coin (The Tarì) and was the home of Flavio Gioia, the inventor of the compass, and gave the navigators the famous maritime law known as 'Tabula de Amalpha'.
Below follow some suggestions about the places to visit: The Duomo, built about the 6th century and dedicated to St.Andrew the Apostle whose remains are kept in the crypt; • The Cloister of Paradise, set beside the Duomo, that was built the 13th century in Arabian style; • The Paper Museum, where we can see the tools used over the centuries for making paper by hand; • The Emerald Grotto, a fantastic green temple full of figures, caryatids and bas-reliefs formed by dripping water from the vaulted ceiling, over the thousand of years. An interesting feature: the underwater pottery crib.
The 'Paper Museum' at Amalfi Amalfi lies between the Valle dei Mulini and the sea. It's the great stage on which one of world's most famous histories unfolded, the Marine Republique of Amalfi, which illuminated the Mediterranean with grandiose enterprises.
That small space enclosed by the harsh Monti Lattari also earned another claim to fame for the production of hand made paper. There are no official documents to enable us to determine how far back the first production system appeared, but it was presumably around the first half of the XII century.
The people of Amalfi had learned the paper production techniques from the Arabs, indeed they called it 'carta bambagina' from the name of the Arab Town El Mambig, though another school of thought believes that name is associated with 'bambagia' (cotton wool).
Many foreigners, attracted by the quality of the product, came to Naples to have their works printed on Amalfi paper. It is not possible to establish just how many paper mills there were in Valle dei Mulini. This museum is housed in an old paper mill that dates back to XIV century (approx).
Today in the paper mill turned museum we can see the tools used over the centuries for making paper by hand. There are the old wooden mallets, operated by a hydraulic wheel, which used to beat and mash rags of linen, cotton and hemp, previously gathered in the mighty 'stone beaters'.
The mixture obtained was lifted from the beater with special wooden scoops and placed in the vat where it diluted with water.
The vat was composed of a tank, lined on the inside with majolica, high enough to allow the operator the most comfortable standing position.
The operator would immerse in the vat a frame, the bottom of which was made of a wire screen with fine mesh, and collect a certain amount of pulp, distributing it evenly over the screen. . After the water had drained off, a thin layer of pulp was left.
The 'sheet' was then placed on a 'couch' of woollen felt and covered with another felt. Many 'sheets', piled up with the same procedure, were then placed under a press to eliminate the water residue.
There is one such press in the museum, still in working order, dating back to the XVII century. After the sheets had been pressed, the operator removed them and placed them one on the top of the other, creating to so called 'post'. The 'posts' were then transferred to the drying room to be died in the air. The sheets were then treated with a solution of an animal gelatin and smoothed by hand, after accurate quality selection. But the various level of the paper mill also present some more 'modern' aspects.
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.
The Unique Benefits at this Apartment:
The villa features private access to the sea, a panoramic swimming pool with solarium, enchanted gardens where the sea breeze blows on delightful lemon groves, a panoramic breakfast area and a parking (upon request and paying an extra charge). Staying at Villa Scarpariello Relais, one can use the free wi-fi available in the common outdoor areas, speak with a concierge ready to assist for every need, enjoy the breakfast on a terrace with unparalleled views of the coast and book a private/collective boat - bus or taxi tour that leaves right from the villa!
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This listing was first published here in 2013.
Date last modified - Wednesday, November 30, 2016
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