Casale Villarena

Casale Villarena
Nerano

A world away from the hustle and bustle of neighbouring tourist resorts in one of the Amalfi Coast's most attractive nature spots, Casale Villarena provides a family-friendly welcome with great service and facilities.

  • Bedrooms One and two bedroom apartments
  • Sleeps 2-15
  • Bathrooms 1 each apartment
  • Best For Families, Couples, Beach Holidays
  • Highlights The independence of the self-catering apartments combined with the service of a boutique hotel.

    Delightful staff and good value in an expensive area

Casale Villarena

This splendid centuries-old villa, a favourite with our clients, has been renovated and turned in to an elegant residence with four independent apartments that are ideal for a break with friends or family.

Enjoy the benefits and freedom of self-catering facilities, with the advantages of a shared pool, a restaurant and ready-made friends for the kids.

All the apartments have private verandas or patios and the pool is surrounded by terraced gardens dotted with lemon and olive trees and with plenty of shady spots.

Dine out on the sea view terrace at the Casale Villarena's 'Il Dolce Far Niente' restaurant where dishes are largely traditional, packed full of the freshest ingredients gathered from the Casale's own gardens.

Hands-on owner Guglielmo organises fishing expeditions and fun cooking and pizza-making classes for those who wants to learn the secrets of the Neapolitan cuisine.

The five apartments are spacious, tastefully furnished and equipped with every comfort, all with a kitchen and large patio or veranda for al fresco dining.
Facilities
  • 1 and 2 bedroom apartments with sea view and air conditioning
  • Midweek and final cleaning included
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Restaurant and cooking class
  • Lovely pool area and terrace gardens
  • Tours and activities
  • Walk to local restaurants and beaches
  • WI-FI internet access
  • Children playground
  • Barbecue (charge)
  • Laundry room with washing machine and iron

Rooms

La Vetara: 90 sqm two bedroom apartment with two bathrooms and sea view terrace for outdoor dining.

Il Gallo Lungo: 60 sqm two bedroom apartment with private garden and sea view.

Il Brigante: 50 sqm with one double and one single room with sea view French balconies.

La Rotonda: 60 sqm one double bedroom apartment. It has a terrace with sea view and independent entrance.
Room Facilities
  • refrigerator/freezer
  • four-burner stove and oven
  • microwave oven

Location

Casale Villarena is in a superb location, surrounded by greenery, in the charming hamlet of Nerano on the very tip of the Sorrento peninsula. The picturesque beach of Marina del Cantone is at the end of the road.

The charming seaside resort of Nerano, in the Marine Reserve of Punta Campanella, offers a pleasant pause from the bustle of Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast.

At every turn, the landscape offers picture-postcard scenery with stunning views of Capri, the Amalfi coast and the Li Galli archipelago.

From Marina di Cantone, you can wander along to nearby bays, such as Ieranto or take boat trips to most of the big names along the coast, including Massa Lubrense, Positano and Amalfi.

In addition to its natural beauty, Nerano has a strong gourmet reputation thanks to its two Michelin starred restaurants and strong emphasis on fish and seafood.

If you travel out of season (March-May or October-November) car hire is useful and will allow you to explore further afield while in summer, when roads and parking are very busy, public transport is preferable.

There is a SITA bus stop just outside Casale Villarena which will take you into Sorrento in about 40 minutes while from Marina del Cantone is possible to arrange boat trips to the coastal towns of the Amalfi Coast and Capri.

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Still looking for a summer holiday? Book a stay at Casale Villarena, an aristocratic manor on the Sorrento Coast that's been converted into five apartments with sea view and private terraces. The apartments have a shared pool, gardens and restaurant and are well placed for boat trips to Capri, Positano and Amalfi.

Book your stay by the 15/06 and save up to £ 400 per apartment