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Friendly staff/family, lovely setting and accomodations, great food - one of our favorite stops on our recent Italian journey. Everything was great!!!
Accommodation of special diet requests, excellent food and wine at good prices. Great views, extremely friendly, english speaking family run business. This is more like a private home than a hotel, but not oppressive in any way. The access road is possibly the worst we have ever encountered - this seriously needs attending to and does not give a good impression at all on arriving at the hotel.
It is an idyllic, restful small concern with delightful owners, fantastic food and service,
Me and my boyfriend really injoyed our stay at this B&B. The couple that runs this establishment go out of there way to give you an pleasent stay. They also offer a 3 course dinner for a budget prize which is absolutely fabulous. I recommened this B&B to anyone.
The hotel is a modern house built on a hill side amongst similar properties and olive groves and gives pleasant views of the sea and hills from the balconies. It is situated on the outskirts of Agripoli, a15 minutes walk. With only five rooms the guests do get to know each other quite well, we had at least three different nationalities present. Most guests chose to eat the evening meal 'in' as the family cooked meals were very good value offering a different 3 course meal every night. The food was well cooked, imaginative and plentiful.Local wines were available to purchase at fair prices. Adriana, her husband and mother inlaw provide a very friendly and helpful service with nothing being too much trouble. We enjoyed it.
Great view,hospitality,shuttle service,English spoken,seclusion. Difficult to find ,so phone for shuttle. Access road unfinished.
This was a wonderful place to stay. We plan to stay there again.
Very pleasant atmosphere, the service was very kind and helpful, we felt genuinely welcome, the views from the house are great. We liked the place and the young couple who run it so we returned there for one more day during our Italian tour.
Sitting on the terrace every evening watching the sun go down whilst drinking wine from across the valley...truely relaxing!
The view from the room is beautiful and overlooks the port and the city of Agropoli. It is very difficult to locate and closes at 12 midnight. There is also no easy access to the rooms and you must carry your luggage up the hill to where the rooms are.
Very nice room and an excellent lady taking care of the rooms. The location at the harbour is very good, only a few minute walking to the pedestian area of the old city centre. Parking seemed to be a problem first, but it turned out to be easy to find parking at the nearby streets. The personnel at the hotel seemed to be uninterested in their job and in their guests. The attitude was "OK - I try to help you as I have to, but it's probably not possible, and I will probably not understand what you are saying." Nobody speaks anything but Italian, which is normally not a problem. However, in this case they did not try to communicate, following the attitude above.
Breakfast was poor