Ravello lies in a dominating position on the hill top facing on the Amalfi Coast, it offers the tourist a spectacular view over the whole amalfitan coast. The tranquility of the town greatly appealed to poets and writers and international jet set. The wealth of art works in Ravello is preserved in numerous ecclesiastical buildings such as the Cathedral of St Pantaleone, Patron saint of the town; the adjacent bell tower, the Church of St Martino, the Church of St Angelo and the Church of St Giovanni del Toro. The heart of Ravello is the Piazza Vescovado, with the Castle ruins, the Cathedral and Palazzo Rufolo. Villa Rufolo should not be missed, a building which is home to much of the art of Ravello and surrounded by splendid gardens, where numerous musical and cultural events are held. Villa Cimbrone is also well worth a visit.
The property and outdoors. The villa is located on the way into the town of Ravelloat not more than 5 minutes by walking to the pedestrian area. An electronic gates introduce to a great garden based on several terraces full of flowering lemon and orange trees, bougainvilleas and many different mediterranean plants. Villa Ravello has its own private road, which crosses the property and can be used to park also 4/5 cars. On a widest terrace there is the great pool (21metres long) with an amazing view on the sea and the AmalfiCoast. The area is equipped during summer by umbrellas, sundeck, chairs and a shower. On the pool-floor there is a playground area for children.Close to the main house there is a cool dining area with barbecue and a pizza oven where is possible arrange small and medium events or receptions.
Interiors and accommodation. Villa Ravello is made-up of a main building based on two floors: the first includes a treble sitting-room with a fireplace, a front-kitchen, a kitchen, a store-room, a washing-room, a little bathroom with a shower, a large covered patio, a large paved courtyard and an outdoor stone over. The second floor includes 4 double bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and a large terrace with access to three of the four bedrooms via large French-windows. In the garden there are also a separate large annex guest-house with a double bedroom and a bathroom, a patio and a terrace above. The annex has an independent access, but it is also accessible by the main building. the annex has air conditioning.
The villa is furnished with ancient furniture and paintings; the flooring is made of hand-painted ceramic tiles. It can be used in any part of the year and is fitted with central heating, satellite TV, a fixed-phone line, a washing machine, a dishwasher, a microwave oven and cleaning service....Read more
Left on 11/29/2013 for a stay in October 2013 | A FlipKey verified reviewerReviewed Nov 29, 2013Stayed Oct 2013
Our family stayed here a week for daughter's wedding in Ravello. Fantastic place to chill with family and very well appointed in all rooms. The staff was superb and we must highlight Roxanne as being a wonderful person and willing to help in many areas. We would stay again without hestitation.
For the superb accomodations we felt the kitchen, although adequate was understated for the size and exquisitenss of the rest of the house. The only other recommendation would be to not rent the 'annex' as that was the only room which did not reach the high level state of the rest of the house.
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