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With a stay at Agriturismo Villa Vea in Bellosguardo, you'll be 9.4 mi (15 km) from Cilento e Vallo di Diano National Park and 12.8 mi (20.5 km) from Castello Feudale Filomarino. Featured amenities include multilingual staff, luggage storage, and an elevator. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Villa Vea is a very special place. We booked 4 nights and planned to visits various sights in the region. Eventually, we barely left the property during our stay. The views are truly spectacular! One can have a 360 degrees view of the Cilento mountains from the property and the poolside is great to chill during the day. Moreover, the food is just fantastic: homemade cakes for breakfast and fresh pastas and pastries for lunch and dinner, among others. The same counts for the owners. They complete Villa Vea to the fullest extent!
Pros: The greatest staff we have met in italy. Super friendly and helpful!
Pros: The Villa Vea is a very charming place. It's placed on a very special part of the hill with a view around the local area and till the sea. The garden and the surrounding is the best recreation place ever. The air is full of bird singing, nothing else. The rooms are small but every room has it's own terrace. We spent the hole day long at the place, went swimming in the Pool, had a nap or were hanging around. In the evening we had mom's home-made pasta and self made wine. Very yummy. We love that place and hope to come back.
Pros: Lovely bunch of people who provide super food. The place is perfect for families as you have local products and a few animals all of us enjoyed.
Cons: Nothing anyone can change - the roads in this area are very curvy so if not used to that it takes a while to get used - for the driver and other folks in the car ;-)
Pros: We had a fantastic stay here for 9 days from May 31 to June 7. Andrew gave us a lot of information about the area and very good tips. He also arranged a boat trip for us and then a dinner with a fantastic view of the sea on a mountain on our 2 yours wedding anniversary. We are very spoiled with extensive breakfasts with delicious home-made sweets. And then the dinners, we enjoyed it so much! And when the weather finally got good we got a can of homemade cocktail by the pool. And further: the room was very neat and clean and the bed was nicely decorated with lavender and rose petals. The area was very beautiful and the view from our terrace was breathtaking. After 9 days we really felt part of the family. Angela, Andrew en Emilio are heart warming friendly people! We will definitely come back here again. Thank you for everything! We miss you already!
Cons: Only the weather but that was 100% compensated by the hospitality and service of this lovely family.
Pros: Great staff (very friendly, available, helpful, speaking English), great food (what a breakfast!), great swimming pool, great views; what more to wish for?
Pros: It was like staying with family, we were welcomed to the home and provided access to the entire property. We could use the pool, go see the chickens, horses or just admire the view from the shared balcony. Breakfast was a cross between western and italian. With typical items like prosciutto, cheese and croissants, along with amazing scrambled eggs and fresh fruit and yoghurt. Home made cakes were also on offer and amazing. We were introduced to the entire family and they all spoke English very well (apart from Nonna). We had three dinners over the four nights we were there and all meals were home-cooked and consisted of a pasta dish followed by a meat dish and then a dessert. wonderfull.
Cons: The rooms were a little small. The A/C was in the room but not available for use (switched off?), we were advised that the windows should be left open for cool air in evenings.
Pros: Highly recommendable! We felt so comfortable and welcomed at Villa Vea - its located in beautiful nature, and the Villa itself with its olive trees and the pool is like paradise. Though we didn´t plan it, we had dinner almost every evening at Villa Vea. The food is incredibly good and everything is made with love - we appreciated a lot that Andrew and his family provided vegan food for us. We loved staying with you and hope to come again!
Pros: We were a group of bikers that this premises fix well to stay there relax in a very quite area and have fun riding around with very low vechiles. The staff was incredible helpful that even went over our expectations. You can feel the peace and the beautiful nature around.
Pros: Angela, Andrew and Emilio were the perfect hosts! We felt at home from the first moment we set foot at Villa Vea and they will always remain in our hearts! The venue is beautiful, the location is quiet and with great views of the mountains and valley, the food was homemade and to die for, they are genuine friendly and welcoming people. My 4 years old boy loved everything about our stay there and had lots of fun. How could it have been more perfect?? The location is perfect for visiting the Cilento National Park as it's close enough to many attractions of all sorts (caves, rivers, hiking routes, etc.). Andrew is very helpful in giving advice on what to visit in the area and gave us great recommendations (we even got to see an abandoned village close to Villa Vea that we had never heard of). We were all heartbroken when we had to leave :(
Providing river views, Al Vicolo del Cilento in Felitto provides accommodation, a bar, a shared lounge and a terrace. Complimentary WiFi is provided throughout the property. Fitted with a balcony, the units offer air conditioning and feature a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with shower and free toiletries. For added convenience, the property can provide towels and bed linen for an extra charge. A continental breakfast is available daily at the bed and breakfast. If you would like to discover the area, cycling is possible in the surroundings. Paestum is 39 km from Al Vicolo del Cilento, while Agropoli is 48 km away.
Pros: Alessandro is a man on a mission - to put Felitto on the map. He's certainly giving it everything he's got. The premises where he was born and which he restored are stunning, from the bedrock and 800yo foundations visible in the dining area to the meticulous attention to detail on all the fittings and furnishings that all follow a theme per room. The breakfast and the drinks provided in the evening were great, too, Felitto gives the impression of a Côte d'Azur town before tourism. Beautiful little winding alleyways, portals and history found where you look for it. Alessandro will explain the details of emigration and remigration if asked. The downside of having this few tourists is, of course, that the amenities in town are few and far between. For example, there's no restaurant in town. But Alessandro will point you to a very authentic one some miles off that will open for his guests exclusively even on days it's normally closed. As the only guests,we had a fantastic three course dinner with wine and a whole tray of local specialties for less than a main course at home. Most guests, of course, come to see the canyon. If you do, stay with Alessandro, take a look at Felitto too, ask him about the path of love, ask to see the detailed maps he had produced and, when in the canyon, use some sturdy shoes and clamber down. From above, the river can now and then be glimpsed through the shrubbery. Nice enough. But being inside the canyon is magic. Take some swimming gear for you'll fancy a dip, although the chance of not being alone down there is remote :-)
Cons: Nothing, and if there were something, Don Alessandro could probably remedy that instantly.
Pros: An absolutely charming B&B in a gorgeous village. The host was extremely helpful and knowledgable about the entire Cilento area. Highly recommend! Better than Tuscany! Better than Amalfi coast! Must go if you are interested in authentic experiences in Italy!
Pros: Alessandro is the most affable, obliging and all-round welcoming albergatore you could hope to meet. He went out of his way to be of help to us (he spontaenously and graciously picked us up in the middle of the evening, then the next morning gave us a ride to to the remote, precarious cul-de-sac dirt track half an hour outside of town where we had left our car). The B&B is a placid and architecturally nifty oasis with stunning views of the surrounding Cilento, the most beautiful 'undiscovered' region in Italy. He invited us to have dinner at the big table in the dining hall with his family and the other guests, and it was a beautifully convivial experience. Do yourself a favour, escape the heat and the crowds, swerve a bit inland, and pencil in a stop in this unspoilt natural sanctuary.
Pros: Alessandro and his wife are probably the best hosts you can ever imagine. He provided us with a very interesting historical background of the village and the lovely "castle". He gave us helpfull tips about activities you can do and has even made a reservation in a restaurant. The breakfast, compared to other accomodations in Italy, is more extensive (little tomatoes, cheese, ham and his wife made a nutella cake, very delicious). Although the area is a bit remote it took us only one hour from the coast to get here. Finally it was absolutely worth it.
Pros: It was a privilege to stay at "Al vicolo del cilento"! Alessandro has restored the building with heart and soul. He is very helpful to make your stay special and to enjoy this beatiful and authentic region of Italy. After we left the place, we actually missed it. We stayed at 6 b&b's during in Campania, but this was the most special one!
Pros: This is one of the places where we wish we could give more than 10 points! The house is located in the medieval centre of the village, only 5 minutes walk from the parking lot. The room was very nice, comfortable and very clean. From the balcony we had an incredible view across the valley and mountains. The breakfast was great and clearly above the standards. Alessandro is a wonderful host, very nice, caring and helpful. He gave us many recommendations and detailed information on what to do and to see. He did everything to make us feel at home and also to support us with our excursions. Felitto is a little and beautiful village with an incredible atmosphere and wonderful people. It is the perfect place to discover the Cilento region, canyons, mountains, caves, the sea, famous historical sites like Paestum and Velia, as well as other beautiful medieval villages around - all is there, and easily accessible by car or hiking. We will definitely return to this place.
Pros: Allesandro is an excellent host. He is very knowledgeable about the area and helps out with everything. The kids loved to swim and kajack in the nearby waterfall/river/stream. The trail down to the river was really nice. If you want a unique rural experience, nice food, an Italian village far away from any tourist trap - visit Felitto and and stay at Al Vicolo del Cliento.
Pros: Alessandro the owner is an exquisite and helpful host, the property is fresh and decorated with style. Felitto is a small old village, so don’t expect too much life, but the panorama and food in the area are awesome. Perfect for taking a moment of relax
Pros: The host, Alessandro, was incredibly helpful throughout our stay - allowed us to check in early, arranged several restaurant bookings for us, drove to pick us up when we were caught in a storm etc etc. Setting was beautiful. The village was charming and locals friendly. Plenty to do in the surrounding areas - we did hiking, kayaking, wine tasting etc.
Pros: Absolutely amazing views, beautiful room and a very hospitable host. We wish we could have stayed longer... next time we will.
Cons: It would have been useful to have had a fridge to keep water cool in the room.
Pros: Beautiful house located in Southern Italy's countryside run by a very loving family. We were greeted by Maribella (?) and another woman, who welcomed us with Espressi and cold water. We were then joined by a man who spoke good English. We ourselves speak fluent Spanish and have both studied Latin, so Italian was OK for us. We had good small talk before Maribella made a reservation for us at a local Agriturismo restaurant (La Brezza), just a few minutes down the street by car. In our conversation, we found out that the surrounding area is famous for mozarella di bufala, which we've tried before, but never the authentic, original Italian one. Next thing we know is, the host family is on the phone ordering mozarella di bufala for breakfast in the morning. Now, I don't want to claim that this is their standard procedure with guests, but I have never been treated this warm and welcoming by any other hosts in my entire travelling life. I can only recommend Villa di Bartolomeo! We will for sure book this place again on a next trip to Southern Italy.
With a stay at Bel Cilento in Monteforte Cilento, you'll be 9.9 mi (16 km) from Castello Feudale Filomarino and 12.1 mi (19.5 km) from Sanctuary of Gethsemane.
Pros: Clean. Hosts very welcoming and provided good advice about where to eat in the village. Lovely location and vews
Cons: No dislikes
Located in Roccadaspide, B&B La Mortella is in a national park, within a 15-minute drive of Natural Oasis Bosco Camerine and Castello Feudale Filomarino. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Set in the Cilento Natural Park, Difesa del Principe offers country-style rooms with air conditioning and free Wi-Fi. Guests can sample homemade pasta and salamis at the restaurant, and relax in the shared hot tub. Rustic rooms at the Principe feature exposed wooden beams, a wrought iron bed and mountain views. They include a flat-screen TV and private bathroom equipped with hairdryer. Homemade jams, cakes and breads are available at breakfast, and savoury items are available on request. Guests have the opportunity to help prepare homemade pasta and jams. The property is well placed for trekking and horse riding activities along the Calore River. The archaeological site of Paestum is a 30-minute drive away, and the owners can help arrange tours.
Pros: The owners were so kind and did everything to make our stay truly amazing. They will do everything possible to make you feel at home. We’d definitely come back there!
Pros: The staff was amazing, i highly recommend staying at la difesa del principe. The room was extremely clean, the night was awesome, i didnt expected to have such a good night of sleep. There is no lights and no noise around, you are in just 10min from Castel San Lorenzo or Felitto and you can relax staying there. The food at the host place is true italian from the area, its great !
Cons: Nothing, everything was perfect
Offering a garden and barbecue, Residence Il Convento is located in Sant’Angelo a Fasanella. Potenza is 43 km from the property. Free private parking is available on site. All units include a TV. There is also a kitchen, fitted with a refrigerator. Each unit is fitted with a private bathroom with bath robes. The property also offers grocery delivery. You can play tennis at the property, and the area is popular for hiking. Paestum is 37 km from Residence Il Convento, while Bagnoli Irpino is 48 km away.
Offering full views of surrounding valleys, Sunflower B&B is set on a mountain side in Magliano Vetere, inside the Cilento National Park. Each room is equipped with air conditioning and a flat-screen TV, some also have a balcony. The private bathroom comes with a shower and free toiletries. A sweet breakfast is served daily. Sunflower B&B is well placed for hiking and for visiting archaeological sites. The Tyrrhenian Sea is 30 km away.