MammaRe Sorrento Loft
Brand NEW wonderful Loft in the heart of Sorrento!
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One Master Bedroom, and two Doubel bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and one Family half bathroom, open plan living kitchen, terrace
Iron and Iron board
Childs High Chair
Cable / Satelite TV
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MammaRe Sorrento Loft is a Brand NEW apartment ( October 2016) located in the heart of the Historical center of Sorrento town, it sleep max 5 adults, it has a master bedroom with ensuite full bathroom and 2 more double bedrooms sharing a full bathroom,
It's composed of wide open plan Living kitchen, terrace and family bathroom, a Master bedrooms with ensuited full bathroom, and a staircase to upper floor.
The apartment offers very comfortable accommodations with last contemporary furniture, and lots of modern character.
The open plan living area including last technology curve screen TV, Air conditioned, fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, together with a wonderful private small terrace equipped with one table and 2 chairs.
It's conveniently located at 1st floor in a Antique building of fifteenth century of 3 floor, without elevator.
Location, Location, Location!
As soon as you ll be out of the apartment, you'll be right in the Sorrento historical center, tons of shops right there , you'll the bus stop (100 mt away), a train to get to Pompeii (300 mt away), the port to get to Capri and Naples (500 mt away), shops, supermarket, etc. (100 mt away). All you may need is a step from your door.
Sorrento is located on a tuff coast and is reflected in the Gulf of Naples, fascinating tourists and visitors, attracted by breathtaking views and landscapes.
The town gets its name from the Sorrento Peninsula, a large area extended from Vico Equense to Massa Lubrense.
This area, thanks to its geographical shape, suspended between the green hills and the blue of the seas, has always been a great attraction in the South of Italy.
With its almost twelve thousand accommodations in over 150 facilities and over ten extra accommodations - among which camp-sites, bed & breakfasts, residences, hostels, holiday villages and about thirty farm holidays - the Sorrento Coast is one of the most popular destinations of the entire Campania region.
"Wonderful base to explore the Amalfi Coast"
"Wonderful base to explore the Amalfi Coast"
My wife and I and another couple stayed at Casa Regina for 5 nights at the end of April 2013. We arrived by train from Rome to Naples and had a bus ride direct to the Sorrento train station which is just a short walk to Casa Regina. The connections worked out perfectly and we had a good look at the scenery from the bus.
We were greeted by Vittorio at the café in front of the building and shown the many features of the unit. The kitchen table had a generous fruit basket with bananas, kiwi fruit, apples and lemons which was very appreciated. Both bedrooms were spacious and had good beds which were comfortable but a little harder than we were accustomed to. The unit was on the fifth floor but a small elevator enabled us to move ourselves and luggage up with no difficulty. The balcony off the master bedroom had a marvelous view of Mount Vesuvius, the Gulf of Naples and the setting sun.
Our plan for the Sorrento leg of the Italy trip was to use public transportation and not drive ourselves. This approach worked out very well for us.
The first full day comprised a bus ride along the Amafi Coast which left from the Sorrento train station. It consisted of an amazing drive along a narrow coastal road with many switch backs through Positano to Amalfi. The road winds back and forth so I was glad I had taken a small piece of Gravol to prevent motion sickness. We then continued to the town of Ravello which involved a separate bus from Amalfi.
On the second day we took a train to Pompeii and bought a guided tour of the ruins. The sheer physical size of the town impressed us as well as the many advanced city planning features that were in place over 2,000 years ago. The rutted stones from the wheels, the suggestive frescoes and the lead water pipes were surprising to see.
After Pompeii we took a short train ride to Aplontis villa which was much better preserved than Pompeii. This was Nero's second wife's villa and was uncovered in the last 50 years and still has many original frescoes. Well worth the visit!
Day three was a day in Sorrento which involved shopping and walking the many narrow alleys lined with shops. We enjoyed a delicious lunch of calabrese salad and fish and chips at the Taverna Sorrento which is near the Hospital.
The last full day was a food tour to a local olive and lemon farm. We signed up at a small tourist office in Sorrento and it was the highlight of our trip. It was called Tour Enogastronomico Schiazzano et Tradizioni. We were picked up by Eugenio and taken to his farm in Schiazzano where we met his family and toured his olive and lemon farm. We tasted his homemade lemonade, lemons, olive oil, cured meats, and lemoncello. A neighbouring farmer, Venetto, made mozzarrella cheese using his fresh milk and rennet. We later ate the cheese with his special cured meats from his farm.
For lunch we walked into town to a local restaurant and made our own pizza with Lucio, the owner. We finished the afternoon trip with lemoncello back at the farm. A truly memorable day and a great memory of the Amalfi coast!
It was clean, bright, well stocked kitchen, beautiful views and terraces; and the welcoming package of goodies in kitchen was great"
We were a family of 8 adults in the two apartments. The location was great. We were all very comfortable. It was warm. It was nice to make tea, expresso, coffee and breakfast when we wanted to.
Having a washing machine was convenient.
The caretaker was helpful and available and taught me how to make expresso!
We will be back. We loved Sorrento, the food, the people, the sights . Ciao