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2 chambres
4 lits
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Casa Pisano is an independent, two-story apartment located in the heart of Ravello, very close to all the main attractions of the village (Villa Rufolo, Piazza Vescovado, Auditorium Oscar Niemayer etc) and the is right outside the main door.

Le logement
Capacité d'accueil : 4
Salles de bain : 1.5
Chambres : 2
Lits : 4
Arrivée : À partir de 15:00
Départ : 10:00
Type de logement : Logement entier


Voyageur supplémentaire : Sans frais


Casa Pisano is an independent, two-story apartment located in the heart of Ravello, very close to all the main attractions of the village (Villa Rufolo, Piazza Vescovado, Auditorium Oscar Niemayer etc) and the is right outside the main door.

Accommodation: 100 sqm indoor + 55 sqm terrace
From the street level, 25 steps takes to the main door of the apartment which gives access to the ground floor level paved with green majolica tiles. On this level are located the two bedrooms , one double with an suite bathroom and one twin.
The twin bedroom (the beds cannot be joined) features essential furniture, a wardrobe and a small high window facing the pedestrian street; instead, the double bedroom with an en suite bathroom is large, airy and full of light thanks to the great window overlooking the sea. Its furnishings are elegant, antique and comprise a wardrobe , a chest of drawers, bedside cabinets, an AC unit and a cable TV.
The en suite bathroom,reachable by walking up a staircase of 6 steps, is large, luminous and entirely clad of handmade painted majolica tiles in the blue colour. It is equipped with two washbasins, a toilet, a bathtub, a fully enclosed shower, a hairdryer and two panoramic windows facing the sea and the sun.
From the ground floor level, a wooden staircase of 15 steps leads up to the open air living/dining room with kitchen in a corner. This wide room is extremely shining thanks to three large glass windows overlooking the coast. The living/dining room area comprises a round dining table, which can accommodate four guests, a sofa, an armchair, some antique pieces, a cable TV, an AC unit and a working fireplace. The American style kitchen set in a corner is equipped with a four-burner gas cooker and two electric plates, an electric oven, a dishwasher, a regular size fridge with freezer, a microwave oven, an Italian-style coffee-maker, a window facing north and all the other small appliances. Adjacent, a separate small bathroom is equipped with iron and iron board, a WC, a washbasin and a washing machine.
From the sitting/dining room two more steps takes to the annex small sitting room equipped with two wicker chairs and a coffee table. This area gives access to the terrace which is furnished with a dining table. From this terrace, an external spiral staircase leads to the roof top terrace which enjoys a wide panoramic view, Also this terrace is equipped with a ceramic dining table sitting 4 people and two stone benches.

From the main road, 25 shallow steps down to the main door of the accommodation.

There's a lot to be said for leaving the best until last, and for many Ravello is the jewel in the coastal crown. This ravishing town sits on a mountain buttress 350 metres above sea level, removed from the frantic hubbub below. If Positano is the glamour-puss of the costiera, Ravello is its refined, aristocratic cousin.

Like Amalfi, the town used to be much larger and richer. Its once-elegant palazzi, secluded villas, dreamy gardens, magnificent views and romantic sense of faded glory have inspired a steady stream of A-list writers, artists and musicians since the days of the Grand Tour. Even now, once the tour groups have gone, there's a real feeling of otherworldliness here, and you really should stay the night (there's no shortage of excellent hotels).

Most people come to Ravello to see its two magnificent garden estates. In 1880 Richard Wagner famously drew inspiration for his opera Parsifal from the romantic garden of Villa Rufolo, restored in the mid-1800s by the Scotsman Francis Neville Reid. Another Brit, Lord Grimthorpe, bought Villa Cimbrone in 1904 and created an extravagant garden with dizzying views. The villa was a hangout for the Bloomsbury set in the 1920s and a love nest for Greta Garbo and the conductor Leopold Stokowski in the 1930s; it is now a hotel.

Ravello is also home to the coast's most beautiful church, the refreshingly spare 11th-century Duomo di Ravello, and its only distinguished example of contemporary architecture: Oscar Niemeyer's futuristic New Energy Auditorium, a dazzlingly white, concrete-and-glass structure overlooking the Gulf of Salerno, designed to reflect the swell of the sea.

Règlement intérieur
Ne convient pas aux animaux
Pas de fête ni de soirée
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait après 15:00

Mandatory weekly cleaning fee, payable locally in cash: 60,00 euros

Electricity consumption is included in the rental price

Refundable damage deposit due upon arrival in cash: Euro 300,00.

VISITOR'S TAX to be paid locally in cash: min. Euro 1,00 - max. Euro 2,00 (children under 16 years of age are exempt). Visitor's tax will discounted during the year: from April 1st to May 31st and October= 50% off; from November 1st to March 31st= 70% off; from June 1st to September 30th= the entire tax.


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