Villa Granito di Belmonte belongs to the group of aristocratic mansions from the 1700s situated between the Royal Palace of Portici and Ercolano's city centre. The interiors are spacious, bright and filled with art. Panoramic terrace.
The apartment is situated in a charming historical residence that you will surely keep in your heart when you leave. The host offers punctuality, availability, cleanliness and attention to detail as well as refined furnishings. Everything in our apartment shows our passion for art and we believe this will make your stay an unforgettable one.
The apartment is on the second floor of Villa Granito di Belmonte and is about 150 square meters. It can house up to 4 persons, 2 in a double bed and 2 in a large bed couch in the living room.
There is a wide entrance, a library room, a huge living room that has windows on both sides from which you can see the fields of Miglio d'Oro and the Tyrrhenian Sea with a gorgeous view on Capri.
The natural beauty of the landscapes matches the elegance of the furnishings, making your stay a wonderful experience.
Past the living room there is a eat-in kitchen with a balcony and a staircase that leads to the terrace.
The kitchen is equipped with dishes, an oven, two microwave ovens, a dishwasher and a fridge.
The bathroom is big and illuminated and the window looks on the inner courtyard of the building. There is a bathtub, a shower, 2 hairdryers as well as towels and soap.
The bedroom is a real gem! It has two windows and a balcony and it is decorated with antiques.
The building has no elevator.
Accès des voyageurs
Villa Granito di Belmonte is a few steps away from Ercolano's excavations and from the Royal Palace of Portici, which once was a hunting lodge and today houses the Agricultural Sciences Department. From the terrace, a partial view of the University's Botanical Garden can be seen.
The house is just 1 km away from Granatello Harbor and at 500 metres away from the MAV (Archaeological Virtual Museum) where, thanks to some amazing film clips you will be able to see life during the golden age of Ercolano and Pompei, before the fateful eruption that destroyed both in 79 AC.
Villa Campolieto and Villa La Favorita, where many concerts and other forms of cultural entertainment are often held, are also very close.
The admittance in every museum and archaeological parks is free on the first Sunday of the month. During the month of May the town holds many cultural events and locations that are usually closed to the public can be visited.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
The guests will enjoy the whole apartment by themselves, but my family and I will be available for any information in order to make your stay as pleasant as possible.