Sirenide

from€2,590/week· Villa

If you’re a fan of contemporary design and modern style, you will love the timeless appeal of Sirenide, a quaint three-story semi-attached villa set on the hills of Sorrento, only a 15 minute drive to town or a pleasant 20 minute walk on a car-free pathway.
The villa resides adjacent to its owners’ and we cannot help but be intrigued by the very cool, functional and comfortable interiors and welcoming efforts: a private courtyard for eating al fresco, a roof terrace offering breathtaking views of the bay of Naples, and its swimming pool set in Sirenide’s own citrus grove: a unique and unexpected perk which sets Sirenide apart.

 

Description

Amenities

Weekly rates & Availability

FromToWeekly rate
01/05/201904/13/2019€2,590
04/13/201904/20/2019€4,781
04/20/201906/01/2019€3,689
06/01/201908/31/2019€4,781
08/31/201910/19/2019€3,689
10/19/201912/21/2019€2,590
12/21/201901/04/2020€3,689
Notes
  • Security deposit: €1,000 held by the agency
  • Tourist tax: €3 per person/per night for up to 7 nights, to be paid locally, in cash (guests under 18 are except)
  • Pets allowed at owner’s discretion
  • Landline not available
  • No smoking villa
  • Check-in 4:00pm – 8:00pm – Check-out by 10:00am – Penalty for delayed check-out: €300 per each hour after 10:00am
  • For check-in after 10pm, or check-out service before 8:00am: €20 fee per service
  • All the extra services must be paid locally, prior to departure, unless otherwise arranged

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Included with rent
  • Electricity up to 200 Kwh per week, a/c, heating, gas, water and final cleaning
  • Unlimited Wi Fi internet connection
  • Welcome basket with basic pantry for one day
  • Garden and pool maintenance
  • Pool towels
Not included with rent
  • Housekeeping available on request: €15 per hour/per staff member
  • Professional cook €80 per dinner + €15 per hour for grocery shopping (cost of food not included)
  • Change of bed linens €20 per bed
  • Change of bath linens €20 per set
  • Grocery pre-stocking service
  • Crib, baby bed and high chair

Previous guests say

Stephen F. • August 2018
Wonderful and very spacious! An older unique home, fully restored. Shared wall but very private. Pool is shared with the one home, however we had it to ourselves. Stunning views! Casual pub and a restaurant within easy walking distance. We hiked into Sorrento a few times. 30 to 40 minutes. We hired a driver for some day tours through the concierge. The local contact Rita was also very helpful. Amazing experience!

Elisabeth • October 2017
The Villa is nothing short of a breathtaking villa along the Sorrento mountainside. Our family enjoyed our stay in this elegant space, which was modern, yet full of old world charm. We hope to return.

Susie • August 2017
Great place, good location to get around to Positano and Amalfi, but still be able to explore Sorrento. Everyone was very friendly and helpful. We love Sonia! Beds comfy and good air con! Amazing lemons too!

Location

What to do in Sorrento area

The strategic location of Sorrento allows you to visit a plethora of interesting sites with short haul and frequent connections. Naples, with its magnificent museums and marvelous churches, the ruins of the great Pompeii and Herculaneum (you will be amazed at how fascinated you may become if you visit the ruins with a good passionate guide – ask our concierge for assistance in booking one of them), Mount Vesuvius and the glitzy Capri, in addition of course to Positano, Amalfi and Ravello, the gems of the Amalfi Coast. All these must-see destinations are a short ride away.
And keep in mind: this area has the highest concentration of excellent restaurants in all of Italy. Are you hungry yet?

Where to eat

Il Buco – Michelin awarded restaurant in a beautiful setting, right in the center of town.
2a rampa Marina Piccola 5, Sorrento - +39 081 878 2354

Relais blu Belvedere – Book a table at sunset to enjoy amazing views of Capri while tasting food from heaven!
Via Roncato 60, Massa Lubrense - +39 081 878 9552

Antico Franceschiello – Historic restaurant serving typical cuisine in a traditional ambiance.
Via Partenope 27, Massa Lubrense - +39 081 878 2212

Lo Scoglio – Order the amazing mixed vegetables, grown in the owners’ garden, a fresh octopus salad and the spaghetti with zucchini. If you still have room, finish with the custard cream and classic flambéed fig tart. You would never want to leave this place!
Piazza delle Sirene 15, Marina del Cantone - +39 081 808 10 26

La Conca del Sogno – The best way to get here is by boat. Order anything you like from the menu, you cannot go wrong! Grab a glass of chilled Fiano di Avellino, and enjoy the view.
Via San Marciano 9, Recommone - +39 338 868 1224

Where to shop

Food specialties: superlative food shop in Vico Equense, La Tradizione, is definitely worth a visit for the foodie travelers.
Via R. Bosco 969, Seiano - +39 081 802 9791

Perfumes – D’Esposito – Great selection of original scents. We love the eau de toilette Capri Blu, the fresh air of the Coast in a bottle!
Via Cesareo 53, Sorrento - +39 081 807 27 82

Hand-made sandals – Corcione, artisanal shoemaker that manufactures classic coastal shoes using fine materials and high quality leather.
Corso Italia 28, Sorrento - +39 081 877 0600

Inlaid wood - Stinga Tarsia, eccellent artisanal inlay, pieces that will be not mere souvenirs but true art for your home.
Via Luigi de Maio 16, Sorrento - +39 818781130

Limoncello – purchase the famous liquor and other local specialties directly from the farmer at Il Convento.
Via Bagnulo 10, Massa Lubrense - +39 081 878 9380