Ingresso-soggiorno/entry-livingroom Ingresso-soggiorno/entry-livingroom
Hosted by Nicola
Nicola is the host.
4 guests
2 bedrooms
2 beds
2 baths
4 guests
2 bedrooms
2 beds
2 baths
You won’t be charged yet

The space

The house has a floor area of 60 sqm on 2 levels: on the first floor there are a living room, a kitchen and a bathroom, while the second floor has a bedroom and a second bathroom.
The view is great, the area is very quiet and is inserted in one of the most beautiful villages in Italy ': Albori, a country mentioned in the magazine: "The 100 most beautiful villages in Italy'" and home of the National Poetry Competition. The place is suitable for those who want to spend a relaxing holiday. For nature lovers there are breathtaking paths! For those who love art and culture there is Villa Guariglia, former seat of the Badoglio Government and summer residence of King Vittorio Emanuele. Provincial Museum of pottery, screen printing and painting exhibitions, it's also the home of the famous "Tour d 'Estate Villa Guariglia".

Distance from the sea: 5 min by bus or car / 20 min walk.

Interaction with guests

I will be glad to take you in my apartment, welcome you with local products and advise you about all the most beautiful places of my Divine Coast.

Other things to note

There are essential services: a delicatessen, a few restaurants and a characteristic bruschetteria / bar that will offer you typical local dishes.
to reach the accommodation there are the stairs.
not suitable for people with mobility problems

Free parking on premises
Smoking allowed

Extra people ₹1184 / night after 2 guests
Cleaning Fee ₹1579
Weekly Discount: 5%
Always communicate through Airbnb
To protect your payment, never transfer money or communicate outside of the Airbnb website or app.
Learn more

House Rules
No parties or events
Check in time is flexible
Check out by 11AM
Self check-in with doorman

Pets are allowed.
Smoking is allowed.


Safety features
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
First aid kit
Safety card
Fire extinguisher

1 night minimum stay

128 Reviews

Check In
Simon User Profile
September 2017
This location is fantastic for those looking for an authentic village atmosphere on the Amalfi coast. It is ideally suited to fairly fit travelers who have their own transport and don't have lots of luggage as getting it up and down all those steps will be hard work (we counted 70 steps up from the road then 15 down to the entry and living area with a further 16 down to the bedroom). Far from being an issue this added to the experience for us, although I am not sure that I would like to have to live my whole life this way. Waking up to the views of the woods and sea was wonderful and having a quiet base away from the busy areas was also a great benefit to us. Exploring the village and the footpaths emanating from there on foot was interesting and fun. One thing that was a little unclear to us before arriving was the meeting place which is the Bar Buschetteria. As it turns out the bar is just the end of the road into the village right beside the bus terminus. The bar location is incorrect on (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Maps but I have suggested a correction. We didn't meet Nicola but were shown into the property by a lovely gentleman from the village and had had a visit from his mother (I think) to show us how to use the washing machine. We have no Italian and they had little English but we managed to sort things out OK. The facilities are totally adequate for us and the two restaurants directly across from the steps served tasty and reasonably priced food. For a good supermarket we travelled into Cava de' Tirreni. All in all We would gladly stay here again if we come back.

Olga User Profile
September 2017
Alexandra had great communication, she may not speak much English but that's what (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) translate is for. About our stay: 1. Yes the place is harder to get to- you need good mobility to get up to Albori - there's lots of uphill stairs. We traveled from Salerno to Vietri sul mare (bus number 4) for 25 mins and then took the local bus 68 to the village Albori (10 mins). Tickets can be purchased in tobacco shops. 2. And yes, Albori is a rather secluded village, the public transport runs well but infrequently so having internet on your phone is a must!! There are shops nearby in the neighbouring village Raito and restaurants are very close by. But 3. All the challenges are so worth it. The place has the most breathtaking view imaginable, its spacious and with a great atmosphere. To add to that, the locals are very gracious and friendly. It's an experience like no other, being in a non tourist village, surrounded by stunning scenery. Thank you for the experience! :)

Ben User Profile
September 2017
Great hideaway up in the mountains off from the touristy coast. Real sense of community and local hospitality to the area. You need to be comfortable with driving on the Amalfi coast windy roads to make it up to this place but there is enough parking nearby once you get there. Nicola is really helpful and was willing to come and help us at the drop of a hat when I thought I locked my car keys in the house when we left (we didnt in the end they were in my coat pocket!) so it was nice to know she was there for us.

Chris User Profile
August 2017
This was a great place to stay. My friend and i were on motorcycles and didn't want to stay in a crowed area. It is further away from certain city center amenities, but we wanted to be secluded and enjoy a more local area. This place delivers on that. A great view to wake up to! Communications and check as good and amenities were as advertised. Thank you!!!! Will stay again.

Allie User Profile
July 2017
This place is good if you are on a budget. The apartment is extremely difficult to get to: long drive from airport and a 20 min walk up hill. There is minimal public transportation in the city and all require lots of walking from the apartment. There is also only 1 bed and the steps down to the bedroom are very steep and slippery. No a/c. That being said, it was clean and the neighborhood felt safe.

Branden User Profile
June 2017
We loved the feel of being in a none tourist area. The village was at the top of the hill and was like nothing we had experienced. The New Garden Restaurant across the street from the hotel was amazing. Probably the best meal we have had in Italy. The bus overall was easy to get to in Vietri and Albori once we figured out how to do it. However on our checkout day the schedule was not correct and we had to hike down the mountain with our luggage. Not fun! Even though the views were amazing!

Amanda User Profile
June 2017
Beautiful view in a very unique and charming little apartment! We stayed two nights here and loved every moment. By far our favourite part of a 10 day trip:) It is away from the hustle and bustle of Vietri, yet you have a bus stop right at the building that will take you to town in a matter of minutes! There's a few little restaurants and a grocery store within walking distance, but I would suggest grabbing a few groceries before heading up to the flat to save yourself the trek on foot:) Also a good idea to buy a few bus tickets in town so you can get back down and around. The apartment itself is great, the view of the sea is absolutely amazing, just like in the photos. Nicola was exceptional to deal with, communication was excellent and he even picked us up at the train station, a life saver. He also let us know which buses to take to town and the beach, very helpful! There is some stairs leading to the apartment from the street, so I would not suggest this place to anyone with mobility issues. Beyond that I absolutely recommend staying here, very relaxing and wonderful place!

Vietri Sul Mare, ItalyJoined in June 2014
Nicola User Profile

Sono una persona solare e disponibile e mi piace stringere nuove amicizie.Amo il mare ed ho l'hobby dell'elettronica

Languages: English, Italiano
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

The neighborhood

Similar listings