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very helpful staff; gave great advice re places to see and eat and helped with booking onward travel. wonderful breakfast and such nice people welcoming and friendly always
Roberto was an amazing host, he took us on a little tour of the town and knows lots about the region and is always willing to tell you anything you want to know. No, for the price we paid the room was fantastic
The hotel is situated in the beautiful town of Bomerano set in a valley surronded by mountains, an ideal location for hill walkers. The Hotelier Roberto and his dad Geraldo are such kind, generous people and Roberto has excellent knowledge of the surrounding areas.This was one of the nicest hotels we've stayed in.Geraldo provided fresh fruit from his garden for breakfast which was really so kind.
Very nice and friendly staff. They gave us good recommendations for day trips and restaurants in Agerola Be aware that Agerola is located in a little valley above the Amalfi Coast. You don't have sea view from the house.
The family running the hotel were lovely! They were so friendly, helpful and accommodating (they even made a birthday cake for one of us!). It was in a beautiful area and near to some gorgeous locations. Roberto recommended places for us to visit and was happy to talk about local culture/traditions. Breakfast was a little boring (I think that's because breakfast isn't big in Italy?) but we ate so much during our break away that it probably helped us to not overeat...too much!
Francesca and Catarina we extremely welcoming and friendly hosts. The breakfast was amazing, with fresh homemade cakes, omelettes, meats, cheeses, fruits, pastries, and they even specially made gluten free cake for my wife. The room was fabulous, with a large, soft bed, a balcony with a view of the valley, and a great bathroom with a rainfall shower. The location is prefect for walking down the path of the gods, as we did all the way to Positano and then back to Amalfi via ferry where a SITA bus can bring you back to Bomerano for less than 2 euro (Francesca gave us all the information, complete with bus schedules for making this ideal round trip excursion). I plan to come back for a full week someday if I am fortunate enough to return to this wonderful area. Nothing.
Excellent food prepared by family owners. Beds were comfortable. Floor was a little dirty. Bathroom was a seperate room which was a little strange. The road to the hotel is long, winding, and narrow but drivable. Welcome to the Amalfi Coast.
This is a great location for exploring the Amalfi area, and the food in the restaurant was very good. The hardest part was finding the hotel, as there are lots of narrow winding roads in the area - you actually go to the village of San Lazarro, from there sign posts direct you to the hotel.
Nice view, quiet, friendly
Great place. Very friendly. Very clean. Make sure you check out the "Castello" (ca. 500m. from Luna d'Agerola). Incredible view from that place. Ask at Luna d'Agerola for directions.
the area is willdy and beautiful view. the all familly are the staff and they made efforts to give us good food and help with tips about adventure and all we aske. it,s better to take the room in the last floor because we had noice from it.
The owners were very friendly; the food was unpretentious and very good quality. The room had a nice balcony. It was very disappointing, inconvenient and embarrassing, to be told at the moment of departure, that they were only able to accept cash (which we did not have, and were not able (or willing) to go and get from a bank. This could and should have been discussed on arrival, and spoiled the feel of the stay.
It is perfect location and place, if you speak italian and have cash (no cards accepted:)) Very nice people. We were very shy at the begining, but wanted to try some local vegetables. After we asked we got some tomatos.Very good. Location is absolutely ok as you have perfect views and can access to most attractions by bus or car. Breakfast a bit poor, but I think it is about communication :) Ask and get.