Italy, Campania, Massa Lubrense
Villa Penelope, recently renovated, consists of 3 floors accessible by either the stairway or lift. There is also a large terrace which overlooks the marvelous Bay of Naples. The surface of the villa is over 300 square meters and it can accommodate up to 10 people. It is composed of 4 suites with 4 bathrooms, a living area, a kitchen, a huge swimming-pool with a panoramic terrace provided with sun-beds and umbrellas and a wood oven for pizza along with a barbeque.
In detail the Villa is as follows:
1) Entrance Level
This level of the villa consists of a wide lounge area, with a fireplace and a large terrace with a wonderful sea-view over the Bay of Naples and the island of Capri. On this level there is also one of the suites with sea-view.
2) Lower Level:
Going down one level, by private lift or staircase, there is a floor where you will find the other three suites with terrace and sea-view (two of them can be used as triple-room).
All rooms are furnished with traditional warm colors and bright ceramic floor tiles coming from “Vietri sul mare”.
3) Ground Level:
On the ground level, which is reachable either by private lift or staircase, there is a large living area with a fireplace, a dining room, a kitchen, a bathroom and direct access to the terrace where you can find the sun-beds, the barbeque and the wood oven pizza. From there, you can easily reach the swimming pool area.
The villa offers the opportunity of parking only one car. A private beach is just 200 meters
The car is recommended to move freely at any time.
Massalubrense is located about 10 minutes from Sorrento, from here you can reach the major tourist destinations of the Sorrento peninsula and the best beaches. The charming town of Sorrento on the magnificent Amalfi’s coast is dotted with several lively restaurants and bars; two popular destinations you cannot miss are the island of Capri, a treasure of natural beauty, and the ruins of Pompeii, the most visited archeological site in the world included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Not too far there is also Naples, famous for its art and history, rich in Baroque churches and palazzos. You will enjoy the city from every points of view: food here is some of the best in Italy.
Having a breakfast or drinking a cocktail looking towards the Tyrrhenian Sea is always a magic experience.