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After reading such great reviews we were a little bit disappointed. They have amazing views but not from our room. It was hard to see out of the little windows and on the side of the valley. From the garden you do get some nice...More
The position overlooking the valley drawing your eyes downwards the coast just out of sight is a joy
The room was perfect for our stay of two nights
Despite being on the road down to the main village it was sooooo quite
The room was...More
I love having breakfast on the terrace overlooking the valley. The homemade breakfast is so yummy you want to eat there for hours and just hang out. The rooms are beautifully done and so clean. When you take the path down from Torre dello Ziro...More
We stayed a couple of nights at Torre dello Ziro during our roadtrip in Southern Italy - one of the best experiences of the whole trip. A gem to escape from the pretty but overwhelmingly busy Amalfi coast, especially in high season. Ravello is a...More
My husband and I took our forst trip since honeymoon and decided on the Amalfi Coast. We were told to stay in and near Ravello upon arrival because it was picturesque, quiet, and just overall relaxing. It was exactly that. This Bed and Breakfast was...More
Hi, good choice!
The walk to Amalfi is beautiful on the way down through the little Italian alleyways (about 30 mins) but very steep on the way up - the bus is definitely advisable. The bus is easy and goes to and from lots... More
Hi, good choice!
The walk to Amalfi is beautiful on the way down through the little Italian alleyways (about 30 mins) but very steep on the way up - the bus is definitely advisable. The bus is easy and goes to and from lots of places - Amalfi and Ravello and stops about 2 mins walk outside the BnB. We didn't walk up the road to Ravello because not hugely safe and again, quite steep.
The road the BnB is on is long but not busy, just pretty windy - Italian driving is alarming at first but hang in there!
Any qualms we had about the transport were hugely outweighed by our experience.