In Sorrento Coast with garden and sea view
- english, italian, I speak Italian and a little English
"People don't take trips…trips take people." (J. Steinbeck)
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Max guests:4 (sleeps up to 4 adults)
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Quaint Italian town. Our favorite. Out of the tourism craze.
This place was exactly, if not more than anticipated. Beautiful property, precious pup Fufii, that greeted us most mornings and stunning views. Marco was really great at communication. Didn’t miss a beat. We loved our stay there. Go down and see Angelo at the Angelos Snack Bar, in the marina. Tell him Dave and Suzie sent you. Some of the best food we ate and local, simple, family owned. Also had Americana breakfast. But call first in the morning if going for breakfast. We loved that place. And many others.
I would make one suggestion. If you are renting a car, be sure to get a small car, like Mini or Fiat. It will make parking at the home easier.
Thank you so much for your beautiful words !!
I hope you can come back to my little house soon!
It was my pleasure to host beautiful people like you!
See you soon and thank you
Marco and Fuffi
Wonderful setting and views
The property has lovely surroundings, with lemon, olive and fig trees all around. It even comes with a super friendly dog to greet you at breakfast on the terrace 😊�
Marco was super helpful with tips for our whole trip. The location is superb for doing both the Sorrentine peninsula and the Amalfi coast. A highlight for us was renting a boat to see the coast without all the hairy coastal driving! And we were able to do that from the nearby marina Contone right in Massa Lubrense. There are also tennis courts only 200m away from the property!
As others have mentioned, rent the tiniest car you can! And rely on Marco’s instructions and not Google maps for the last part of the directions - his street comes up on Google but in a slightly different place!
Grazie Mille Marco! We had a magical visit. 🇮�🇹�
Thank you so much for the review, even I really enjoyed hosting you !! I hope you will come back soon to see me !!!
A warm hug
Lovely location....authentic town
We enjoyed our stay in Masse Lubrense away from the madding crowd. The apartment was clean and private...a bit pricey as no real sitting area inside but Marco was very pleasant and helpful. Great sunset view made up for size.
Excellent house with lemon groves!!! Easy commute to Sorrento!
My family absuolutely loved the place and the area! My 6 and 8 year old boys loved the lemon groves and the peaceful place with a sea view. Easy commute by bus to Sorrento and then you can explore the Amalfi Coast, Capri, Pompeii. Massa Lubrense is very beautiful and quaint too. Sorrento is wonderful. Marco replies to your emails very quickly if you have any questions. One piece of advice - take a picture of the bus schedule and understand it. Buses run every 30 min and sometimes once an hour. Once you have the schedule, everything else is easy. Thank you for our beautiful stay!!!
Thank you so much!
It was a pleasure to host you!
Very private, secured and scenic.
Very good accommodations for a couple. The owner Marco was very helpful with all the details and the luggage. My wife enjoyed the surrounding areas of Sorrento, Sant'Agatha and Massa Lubrense. There is cheap local buses to visit most cities and towns.
Enjoy your stay.
Comfortable, clean gem with gorgeous view of the Bay of Naples, surrounded by fresh lemons
Massa Lubrense is a quiet, charming, friendly town. Marco was committed to meeting our needs and was available to answer questions and offer suggestions (e.g. where to eat, walk/hike -- we walked/hiked down to Punta Campanella one afternoon with a glorious sunset view over Capri on the way back; parts are steep ... if it's hot, we'd recommend doing this hike in the morning when the path would be shaded). The apartment was simple and comfortable. The terrace alone was worth the trip and the price. We went to the beach at Marina Del Cantone (rocky, like most Sorrento peninsula beaches), on a boat ride to Amalfi and Positano one day (with Capitano Ago out of Sorrento), we sat at Angelo's and enjoyed the sunset over dinner (twice), and spent an afternoon on the fun and engaging "Endogastronomic" tour in Schiazzano - one of the villages of Massa Lubrense (olive oil and cheese production, followed by make your own pizza, accompanied by plenty of wine and limoncello). Other restaurants recommended by Marco were very good and we enjoyed the slow pace and beautiful scenery (and the narrow, winding roads, once we got used to them).
Grazie mille per la recensione, siete stati gentilissimi! Spero possiate tornare a trovarmi, è stato un grande piacere ospitare delle persone così gentili e sorridenti. A presto Marco
The house is in the village of Massa Lubrense, just 7 km from Sorrento and few minutes drive from the sea; in fact, with short travel by car or bus, you can easily reach the most beautiful beaches of the coast, such as Nerano, Ieranto Bay, Crapolla, Mitigliano, Marina di Puolo, Queen Giovanna, or even spend a lovely day in Positano, Capri or Amalfi; alternatively, if you like hiking or strolling, you can take walking tours through the numerous routes, alleys and paths in the nearby.
It is situated in a strategic point to easily move and visit the most beautiful places of historical, landscaping, artistic and cultural interest, located both on the Sorrento Coast and on the Amalfi Coast: Sorrento 7 km, Positano 17 km, Amalfi 35 km, Ravello 40 km, Pompei 35 km, Ercolano 48 km, the Vesuvius National Park 48 km, Naples 50 km, Paestum 100 km.
The house is surrounded by greenery, but in few minutes you can reach the shops you need: ATMs, supermarkets, household, laundries, restaurants, bars, pizzerias, dairies.
At 20 meters distance, there is the Sita bus stop: with this regular bus service you can easily get to Massa Lubrense or Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi centre, Positano, Amalfi and Sorrento where there is the train station to Ercolano, Pompei and Naples and the port from which ferries and hydrofoils make daily departures to Capri, Ischia and Procida islands and the city of Naples.