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The Caruso apartment is well-appointed, with modern, cheerful, classy furniture, designed to ensure you enjoy your holiday in attractive, carefully taken care of surroundings.
The bright, spacious sitting room is furnished with a double sofa bed, two armchairs and a table for meals. From the sitting room a French door leads out onto the balcony, where you can enjoy a splendid view stretching far out over the green hilltops, with the blue sea on the horizon.
From the sitting room, a small corridor leads to the bedrooms. One of the rooms has parquet flooring, a double bed and wardrobe. Another room has a double bed, single bed and small balcony.
You'll find two bathrooms: A bathroom with shower cabin, toilet and bidet, but without a window. A second bathroom with shower cabin, toilet, bidet, washing machine and window.
The kitchen is equipped with four rings, oven and fridge freezer. An iron and ironing board are provided for guests.
The city of Sorrento and its neighbouring cities, provides the tourist numerous historical and cultural sites to visit.
The Basilica of Saint Antonino
Erected during the X Century in honor of the patron saint of the sailors, the Basilica of Saint Antonino stands in the historical centre of the city, in front of the Municipal House (Town Hall). The history of this famous church is as interesting as troubled: in 1300 it became the residence of the "Battenti Brotherhood", or better a heretical movement that took its first steps in Naples, while in the XVII century an impressive restoration has been carried out by the Theatin Brothers, a religious institute of consecrating life.
The impressive building has been erected in the XI century and it numbers among its beauties some frescos of renowned Neapolitan artists. At the top of the tower you can admire an excellent clock tiled with majolica.
The Cloister of San Francesco
The most delicious among the Sorrento monuments is certainly the Cloister of San Francesco. Being renovated many times, the Cloister shows a characteristic mixture of architectural styles, which go from the late gothic to the Renaissance, while the adjoining dining hall preserves all its trecento peculiarities.
Correale Museum of Terranova
In a wonderful palace that overlooks the Gulf of Naples, by the central Lauro Square, it's housed the Correale Museum, which, among its rarities, numbers a singular collection of inlaid furniture, majolics and ceramics of Capodimonte, as well as different paintings of Neapolitan artists.
It's an ancient building in which the old nobility of the town used to gather in order to legislate and make important decisions in administrative and economic fields. The monuments is enriched with a glazed dome that encloses the arcade.
"Excellent central location and setting for a long weekend in Sorrento"
We booked as a party of five for a wedding we were attending in Sorrento. Feeling Italy were able to arrange transfers from Naples airport with an extremely helpful taxi driver. The representative then met us at the apartment with all the paperwork. Everyone was friendly and helpful, and able to book further taxis to get us to the wedding venue. Very comfortable apartment, with two bathrooms which was essential with so many people getting ready at once! Didnt use much of the kitchen facilities as we were only there a short time, but it was well equipped and clean. Five minutes walk from the centre and supermarket, would definalty stay again if we were visiting Sorrento! Next time if there were so many of us we would ask for an additional key, as it was slightly akward arranging meeting times etc, but not too much of a big deal.
|Mrs McGregor,UK, Sep 2012|
"A quiet retreat from lively Sorrento."
The service we received from, Sergio, Piero and Chris was excellent. The apartment was very nicely furnished, spacious, clean and well looked after. (They even provided us with a "new" kettle and toaster as per our request - very kind). It was only about 10 minutes to the centre of Sorrento and another 5 minutes to the sea.We have no complaints what-so-ever. The only down side to the location is up a slight hill walking back, but this is no problem if you are reasonably fit.
|Mike, USA, Jun 2012|
"Family of 6"
The apartment is lovely and the host exceptionally available. We loved it and would do it again. Just up the hill from the center of town, the location worked very nicely for our family's visit.
|Peter, West Virgina, USA, Jun 2012|
Service of Peter and Sergio always ready to help.Home confortable.Location satisfactory for this price.Silence and sun a.m.·By Ryszard Syska from Piaseczno/Warszawa on 5/29/2012 for a stay in 4/1/2012 at
|Ryszard Syska from Piaseczno/Warszawa, Poland, Apr 2012|
Very spacious and good value apartment
Date of Stay: April 2010
Lovely spacious apartment in a good location - very close to Sorrento centre. The apartment was well equipped with good facilities including a great laundry/2nd bathroom which was really handy - especially when you have small children! Piero, the keyholder was very helpful and nothing was too much trouble when we needed something. The apartment was very clean, beautifully furnished, and had 2 balconies with a view over neighbours orange and lemon trees and the rest of sorrento. The apartment is about a 5-10 minute walk (down hill!) to centre of sorrento, the main train/bus station, and supermarkets, so its really very convenient. We loved our holiday in Sorrento - the food was superb. Highly recommend getting some pastries from "Monica" which is a little shop on the way back to the apartment...they were just amazing. We ate at La Fenice, La Franco (pizza - corso italia) and La Emilia (Marina Grande) and highly recommend all places for amazing food. We would come again.
Recommended for: Adventure Seekers, Girls Getaway, Tourists without a Car, Sightseeing, Families with Teenagers, Families with Young Children, Romantic Getaway
|Sarah, May 2011|
Great stay in Sorrento
Date of Stay: 04/01/2011
This apartment is very spacious, bright, clean and comfortable. It is up the hill a bit, which takes you out of the busy tourist area, but very close to walk to everything you need, including several grocery stores, restaurants and the train station. Beds very comfortable and it was quiet at night.
A couple of things to be aware of, no toilet paper or soap was supplied, nor was a dish drying towel, we had to use a bath towel. Also the propane for the gas stove ran out, and there is no way of knowing when the tank is getting low. This was inconvenient in the middle of making dinner at 8 pm and no refill was possible until the next day.
Our host Pierro, was terrific, he picked us up from the train station, showed us around and was always accessible.
Overall, very good experience.
|Lw (Vancouver, Canada), May 2011|
A perfect vacation in Sorrento!
Date of Stay: 04/01/2011
Everything was great. The apartment had all the supplies necessary and was really close to the city center. The persons from Feeling Italy were very nice and provided for everything. Sorrento is a great place to stay if you want to visit the amalfitan coast, Capri and Pompei.
|Adriana (Milano, Italy), May 2011|
Beautiful huge apartment
Date of Stay: October 2010
Clean and well equipped just missed an electric kettle and a toaster!! Stunning views. Close to Main Piazza Tazzo. Piero was absolutely delightful and incredibly helpful both before and during our holiday.
Loved Sorrento and food was magnifico!!! Best restaurant in our opinion was The Ristorante L'Abate. Delicious seafood and steaks!
Would definitely return!
Thank you Piero you were great and thank you Luigi the ever helpful taxi driver.
Recommended for: Age 55+, Adventure Seekers, Tourists without a Car, Sightseeing, Families with Young Children, People with Disabilities, Romantic Getaway
|Wendy, Oct 2010|
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