Pros: It was great to be in the countryside, and not near or in a town. We were able to leave our windows open and listen to the birds. Our room was located on the first floor and set directly below the ...
Cons: There is nothing that we didn't like.
Pros: Arrived (too late for lunch) at Agriturismo L’Ulivo, but they rolled out a nice antipasto and a “tipico” pasta with house made tomato sauce, just for us. The accommodation is very comfortable, modern...
Pros: The room was warm and cosy. The bed was comfortable. The welcome given to us was very good. Pleased to find that there was a restaurant on site.
Cons: Our 2 English credit cards were refused 3 times so we then had to pay with our Italian debit card. Subsequently it appears that we have now paid 4 times for our stay! Twice on a master card, once on...
Pros: Michelango's KM0, in-season-only cooking is a must-try experience. Excellent hospitality, it really feels like you're staying with friends. The place itself has been reconstructed beautifully...
Cons: Italians think that hard beds are healthy. Our bed was healthy. Also, due to the season there were some noisy wood-eating insects in the beams over our head. The place did not fall down during our ...
Pros: The very best in quality agritourism. Excellent renovation to old farm. Outstanding food. Log fire perfect. Great bed very confortable
Cons: Only warm shower when we arrived cold. No hot but ok in Morning.
Pros: The food! And the nice host was charming and interesting. He's also an exceptional chef. The room is clean and nice.
Pros: For those who like small and real 'agritourismo', Michelangelo is a great cook who prepares very delicious italian food from local products. Rooms are nicely equipped with a sense for detail...
Cons: There were nothing to complain!
Pros: Comfortable beds, excellent bathroom and nice balcony. Michelangelo was a brilliant host and the dinner he cooked was one of the best we had in Italy. He also gave recommendations to one of the best ...
Pros: Our host was awesome: very kind, flexible, and cooks deliciously :) The meals are made from locally grown ingredients! The house has been recently renovated, old and authentic details are mixed with ...
When visiting Padula, Ca' del Conte is a great choice to consider. Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and buffet breakfast available daily. There's also a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and refrigerators.
Pros: We booked the hotel an hour before arriving, as our baby boy wasn't keen on driving futher. We just found the closest hotel. Our room was very nice and defiantly high standard. After arriving late...
Cons: Beds was a bid hard, no elevator and the Breakfast was a minimum italian breakfast.
Pros: Nice location.
Cons: Put us on the storey above a party and in a room right above the DJ booth. The breakfast was not very good. They didn't even have glasses, just white disposable plastic mugs.
Pros: Surprisingly luxurious hotel for the price. Very polite and helpful staff.
Cons: Couldn't suggest any improvement.
Pros: Great location right next door to the Certosa di Padula. Modern accommodation with excellent facilities. Good breakfast and easy parking.
Cons: Nothing really
Pros: Very good value for money. Best way to visit the beautiful monastery. Also the restaurant is recommendable.
Cons: Not much of a breakfast...in a not to clean sort of conference room :-(
Pros: helpful, friendly staff, fine seafood
Pros: The staff are very friendly The restaurant is excellent Good showers in the bathrooms
Cons: The wifi was pathetic so very difficult to do any kind of work The breakfast was very poor. Weird communal tables with warm yoghurt and juices. Swimming pool nice but short opening hours and no ...
When visiting Padula, Grand Hotel Certosa is a great choice to consider. After splashing around at the outdoor pool, you can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. Other highlights include a terrace and a garden, and rooms offer 24-hour room service and flat-screen TVs.
Pros: Friendly atmosphere, old world charm, helpful and informative staff. Wonderful restaurant with open grill cooking.
Cons: Certosa Abbey closed on Tuesday.
Pros: The view, the room, the breakfast, the staff: an excellent and warm hospitality in a structure which has nice decorations in the shape of antiquities. The restaurant is remarkable and not expensive.
Pros: Very kind staff, lovely little town, amazing views overlooking San Lorenzo and the mountains, good food in the restaurant.
Cons: Small rooms, tiny television hard to see from across the room, very noisy in the morning (room directly over the street), very basic bedding with thin pillows, no extra blankets.
Pros: Great location. Made very welcome. Lovely room. Well restored and decorated. Good restaurant. Close to Certosa Abbey.
Villa Cosilinum features a winery and a rooftop terrace. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out the restaurant, and the bar/lounge is the perfect spot to grab a drink at the end of the day. Rooms at this luxurious hotel offer 24-hour room service, refrigerators, and minibars.
Pros: Nice surroundings. We didn't get to use them because of poor weather though
Cons: Locked in overnight. No one on premises. Tried to leave early next morning as we had a long journey. Had to wait approx 1.5hrs for someone to let us leave. Credit card machine did not work and we didn...
Pros: the place is quiet and great for a night sleep . with the restaurant open it seems much better
Cons: at the outset the place looks eerie. the lodging is separated from the main complex which is old and unkept
Pros: Very old farmhouse property converted to a restaurant and bed and breakfast accommodation. Hard to find using Sat nav as the Road had partially disappeared so you have to work out where it is using ...
Cons: No power in the shower and breakfast is very simple and basic. Evening meal was very tasty especially the starter where the flavours were out of this world.
Pros: Cozy room. The garden was lovely.
Pros: Playground for kids. Dinner was excellent walking distance of Monastery
Set in the Cilento National Park, Affittacamere Girasole offers classic-style rooms in Buonabitacolo. It features a shared lounge area and luggage store. Offering city views, all the rooms come with a TV, wardrobe and parquet floor. The private bathroom is complete with free toiletries and a shower. Padula Charterhouse, a world heritage site, is a 15-minute drive from Girasole Affittacamere. Contrada Crocefisso beaches are 21.7 miles away.