Wind your way up from busy Sorrento and discover a slower, local way of life at Emanuela and Carlo’s home. Although there are neighbours close their three-storey limestone house feels like it stands on its own facing out to the sea.
You breakfast well on home-baked cakes, bread and jams, eggs from the hens, excellent coffee and freshly-squeezed orange juice from their own trees. Dinners on request use local recipes and organic produce, and don’t miss the sunset – you have a front-row seat from the terrace.
Have a cookery lesson with Emanuela’s mother or opt for limoncello tasting in Capodimonte; explore the Amalfi coast, hike the surrounding countryside, or idle in the garden with a drink and a snack from the honesty bar. There are two hot tubs out here too.