Up on the winding road, 20 minute drive from Amalfi and 15 minute drive from Conca dei Marini, Nume is a beautiful fortified construction dating back to 1500, with original thick walls and a watch tower. Masculine and austere in its exterior look, Nume boasts recently renovated interiors styled in a very romantic and sophisticated way. Perched on an outcrop of the mountain – the villa is reached by several flights of steps down – it overlooks the winding coastline and the stunning turquoise open sea. If you are looking for a quiet, private retreat with great service, this idyll will not disappoint you. It is the perfect villa for the guests seeking romantic seclusion and the excitement of the Amalfi Coast.
Weekly rates & Availability
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- Security deposit: €2,000 to be to be paid in cash on arrival
- Food allowance: €2,000 to be to be paid in cash on arrival
- Small-size pets allowed at owner’s discretion
- Check-in: between 4:00 pm–8:00 pm
- Check-out: before/by 10:00 am
- All extra services must be paid locally, prior to departure, unless otherwise arranged
Included with rent
- Electricity, A/C, water and final cleaning
- Unlimited Wi-Fi
- Daily housekeeping service from 10am to 4pm
- Daily continental breakfast from 8am to 11am
- Welcome cold platters dinner on arrival
- Midweek change of bed linens (Wed)
- Every other day change of bath linen (Mon, Wed and Fri)
- Daily change of pool towels
- Cook service within 1pm to 3pm and from 6pm to 8:30pm (cost of food extra)
- Once-a-day shuttle service by minivan from and to the Amalfi harbor
- Daily pool maintenance
- Porterage service (on arrival and departure)
Not included with rent
- Housekeeping extra hours: €25/hour
- Chef service extra hours: €40/hour
Swimming pool heating €900 per week
Previous guests say
Niki S. • June 2018
Thank you so much for the amazing hospitality. Antonella and Yulyia were incredible in catering to our every need. Our rooms were always perfect and they were happy and caring in everything they did for us. Peppe was a great chef, happy to help and let us change plans when we needed. Great cook! Maximiliane was kind and helpful and was such a gracious host. Big Thanks!
Michele J • June 2017
Just returned from a week at Villa Nume. WOW. What an experience. This ancient fortress turned luxury villa is gorgeous. It is situated in the town of Furore and the actual name of the villa is Divino Maniero. The bedrooms are all beautiful, and the pool is magnificent. You just can’t imagine the pristine views from every window. It truly is magical.
But what made our stay so much more enjoyable was the staff. Everyone is lovely and helpful. Housekeeping is on-site each day, the manager is available for any questions and groundkeepers keep everything beautifully appointed.
Vito, the chef, is outstanding. There is no set menu as Vito works with you each day to select dishes that are fresh and locally inspired. At 5pm each day, a tray of cocktails and non-alcoholic drinks appear all made with ingredients from the villa gardens. Candlelit dinners were enjoyed each night at different locations on the grounds. Vito gave our kids a pizza making class one night with the outdoor pizza oven. He is inventive, charming, kind and made our stay so memorable.
We were pleasantly surprised the find a market and a bar/restaurant across the street from the villa. And the villa provided a driver to take us to the town of Amalfi at no cost (there is a charge for distances beyond Amalfi). Once in Amalfi, you can ferry to so many locations (Capri, Positano, etc).
Check in with the staff about the local winery for tours. There is a beach at the fiordo that is accessible after a long walk of stairs (or a ride from the driver!). We hiked The Path of the Gods from Agerola to Positano and it truly is amazing!
We would definitely recommend this property, and we hope to be able to visit again one day!
What to do in Positano and the Amalfi area
A winding scenic drive along the coastal road, known for its hairpin bends and spectacular views, takes visitors to Positano, Praiano, Amalfi and the spellbinding uphill town of Ravello, with its incomparable belvedere. Any of these popular resort towns along the coast are good bases for exploring the surrounding areas. Buses and ferries run frequently and are the most convenient way to reach other towns while avoiding what could be a challenging drive in the bustling summer traffic. Other excursion possibilities include a boat trip to the islands of Capri and Ischia, a visit to the vibrant cities of Napoli, Salerno, or the gracious Sorrento, or an exploration of Pompeii and Herculaneum - the fascinating ruins of ancient cities destroyed by the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in the 1st century A.D.
The Amalfi Coast offers an abundance of cafes, shops, art galleries and restaurants on its vertical terrain. Most beaches are small pebble inlets of land thus the best way to enjoy the sand and the turquoise water is to tour the area by boat (ask our concierge about it!) and let an expert local captain take you to his favorite spots or suggest the best seaside restaurants. A memorable experience!
Where to eat
Rossellinis - One of the finest Italian restaurants, Michelin-awarded and boasting very high ratings. In high season, the restaurant is open only for dinner. If you want to treat yourself to an unforgettable meal, dine here at night on one of the terraces looking down on the fishing boats 1,000 feet below! Via San Giovanni del Toro, Ravello - +39 089 818 181
Next 2 - Fine dining restaurant serving regional cuisine with a contemporary twist. Via Pasitea 242, Positano – +39 089 812 3516
Il Pirata - Panoramic restaurant built on a rock next to the water. Fresh local food served in a casual atmosphere. Very romantic place to enjoy at night. Whether you decide to spend a day sunbathing on its solarium, sip a cocktail in the lounge bar carved in the rocks, or sit for dinner at the restaurant, make sure to check out this place to experience a slice of the Mediterranean lifestyle! Via Terramare, Praiano - +39 089 874 377
Da Gemma - Just a 2-minute walk from the main square of Amalfi, on the right hand side. Pick a table on the terrace, overlooking the main street, and be delighted with modern version of coastal traditional dishes. Staples on the menu include the Genoese (with meat sauce) and the sumptuous fish soup. Via Fra' Gerardo Sasso 11, Amalfi - +39 089 871 345
L'Abside - Family-run restaurant serving great local food in a casual atmosphere. Outdoor seating on the piazza, perfect for children! Piazza dei Dogi, 31, Amalfi - +39 089 873 586
Where to shop
Clothing - Antica Sartoria - Locally designed chic summer clothes, wallet friendly and perfect to wear in any beach resort, from Positano to Ibiza, from St. Tropez to Miami or St. Barts. Anywhere you go, you will bring some Italy with you! Piazza Mulini 1/3, Positano - +39 089 812 2712
Handmade Paper – Amalfi artisans carry on the legacy of local papermakers of the past, maintaining the quality and peculiar characteristics that have made this paper famous around the world – buy your handmade cards at La Scuderia del Duca. Largo Cesareo Console 8, Amalfi - +39 089 872 976
Local Artwork – Paolo Sandulli’s “Queens of the Sea” and “the Signorine” (the Misses), original terra-cotta busts of women with wild tufts of hair made from dyed sea sponges, are delightful art pieces to bring home. Torre a Mare, Praiano - +39 339 440 1008 (direct)
Perfumes - Fabbrica Profumi di Positano, we love Incanto, with its refreshing lemon scent that reminds us of the sunny Coast also during winter! Via C. Colombo 175, Positano - +39 089 875 057
Limoncello - as a souvenir of your trip, Limoncello is a must. Buy it at Pasticceria Pansa: dating back to 1830, this shop has long been famous for its excellent products. Piazza Duomo 40, Amalfi - +39 089 871 065