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Reviews of our holiday lettings in Amalfi

We have 9 reviews of our holiday lettings in Amalfi.

1 bedroom Amalfi apartment to rent
April 2019

The landlord is very friendly and has given us very good information. The apartment was exactly the description. The surrounding area can be explored very well with the XXX bus. The evening can be enjoyed on the balcony. It was a very nice vacation. A. u. M., Erfurt

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Renter: Arnold W.
Arnold W.
1 bedroom Amalfi apartment to rent
October 2017

The price-performance ratio was completely okay. The fantastic view compensates for some deficits in the equipment of the apartment. The location of the apartment is great for exploring both by car / bus or on foot.

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Renter: Elke
1 bedroom Amalfi apartment to rent
September 2017

Apartment very well located on the road between Amalfi and Pogerola. The SITA bus stop is located right next to the apartment, 30 meters away. It is also possible to walk to Amalfi by stairs and then walk on the road (about 30 minutes). The handover and the reception went very well, xxx and xxx were very friendly and very available. Very clean apartment. I recommend this apartment! Celine

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Renter: Celine
1 bedroom Amalfi apartment to rent
April 2017

The view is really great. The apartment is one of about 30 condominiums and is located at 250 meters altitude overlooking the sea and mountains. The location is quiet, as no street runs in front of the apartment. However, you can hear the road to Naples, which rises in serpentine mountain as a background noise or you can hear the neighbors. So it's not completely quiet, but it did not bother me. There is a terrace to the south-west. Thus the sun begins to shine at 10 o'clock on the terrace. In April, the sun disappears, as in Amalfi, at 17:30 behind the mountain. The decor is okay but without a uniform style. There is a tax of 1.50 € per person per night and about 1.50 € per day for electricity. The duvet covers are of course Italian system with a blanket and a blanket so bringing your own (German) bedding is not advisable. You can go to Amalfi once an hour by bus, which takes about 10 minutes. It takes 30 minutes on foot, only 250 steps down and then on one of these wonderful stairways to Amalfi. In Amalfi is also the nearest beach. The beach access at the yellow house fell into the sea. A private parking is available. xxx can answer all questions by e-mail in English. On the spot everything is explained by xxx, a very nice woman.

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Renter: Matthias
1 bedroom Amalfi apartment to rent
October 2016

The apartment was in good condition and neat was located in a great location and also in a good location. The car park was and the bus stop right next door. There were some minor flaws in the equipment. There were only one blanket, though two people made it, the shower floor drain badly pulled and the frying pans jerked through the gas hob. These are, in effect, neglected little things. As a whole, we are happy with the choice. The trip to the center of Amalfi was somewhat (walking for about half an hour and the stairs getting enough back uphill), but the bus also got to move.

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Renter: Matti
1 bedroom Amalfi apartment to rent
May 2016

The view was nice. The apartment also The shower stall very moldy. The bathroom cabinet was dirty. For the man 40 euros cleaning fee paid There were only 1 huge pot as 2 people. Not a single teaspoon, no salad bowl no egg cups Ok Italians eat some eggs

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Renter: Jens

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7 Things You Didn’t Know About The Amalfi Coast

19 February 2019 Posted in General

When we think of holidays on the Amalfi Coast we picture colourful little buildings scattered across clifftops, driving on the winding roads along the coastline and indulging in gorgeous Italian foods in quaint local restaurants. It’s all of that and more… but here are some things that you may not know about the Amalfi Coast.