Ratings based on 33 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom Nottingham, England
Pleasing Autumn stayPosted Nov 18, 2014
Pros: Friendly staff, quiet location, great shower and spacious room for a B&B with extra space and fridge etc.
Cons: Car parking is difficult, they offer a garage for €15/day, the alternative is a local car park a little walk away costing €1 per hour during the day
Location: Sorrento is less than 10 mins by car, though if visiting for a while the train may be cheaper than parking (train station is a short walk from here)
We visited from England for a week and were pleased with our experience. We travelled by car and used the nearby car park, and were assigned room 4 off the common lounge. It was not too difficult to find and we arrived in-between the official opening hours of the reception, but this was no problem. Pressing the buzzer gains access initially, after which your set of keys can be used for comings and goings. The building has multiple occupants and this hotel is on the second floor up a spiral staircase. We were greeted by a glass of Limoncello and well spoken English. Our room had a mini balcony with sea view and a separate area (very useful) with an additional single bed, small fridge and tea/coffee facilities along with an air conditioning unit (we didn't use this in November, just opened the full-height windows to the balcony). The double bed was a good size but not the most comfortable (ok for a week) The breakfast selection was toast, ham and omlettes (fresh from their own chickens), a selection of jam/chocolate spread, cereal with hot/cold milk and a selection of sweet options along with your choice of hot/cold drinks.
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom Colchester UK
Autumn BreakPosted Oct 29, 2014
Pros: We liked the family run style of the hotel, Gennaro was our host and was friendly and offered information about local activities etc.
Cons: If anything was changed it wouldn't be local Italian style hotel, maybe coffee making facilities in the room?
Location: Plenty to see and do, Beautiful Isle of Capri, Amalfi Coast by bus, Pompei ruins, stroll on Vesuvius, tourist Sorrento town and contrast with Naples
Small family run B&B in quiet suburb of Sorrento but with excellent transport connections via local railway/ bus network. Comfortable en-suite room and tastefully furnished throughout with character only found in older buildings. Stayed for a week but on a hectic tourist schedule so really only slept and breakfasted at the hotel, we prefer a quieter less organised life and this suited us. Breakfast was a combination of cold egg/ ham and local pastries/ cakes - limited choice but ample to start the day with a selection of coffee/ teas available to order. Hotel style facilities limited but it is a mid-priced B&B so exactly as expected. We walked miles on our visit, local bars and restaurants a bit limited off season but overall a great holiday.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Oxfordshire, UK
Charming, friendly hotel full of character.Posted Oct 26, 2014
Pros: Staff very friendly and quite determined for you to enjoy your stay. Hotel is peaceful and convenient for the train station.
Cons: A little more variety in the breakfast buffet.
This hotel is outside of Sorrento in a district called Piano di Sorrento. As such, it is tranquil and away from the tourist hubbub. The hotel is well sign posted however you arrive in Piano and the owners couldn't be more helpful and friendly.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom LONDON
A truly authentic experience!Posted Aug 18, 2014
Pros: The location and general feeling of traquility in the grounds.
Cons: Breakfast - we felt there were a lot of things which appealed to the sweet of tooth.
Location: Pompeii - 30 mins, Naples - beautiful city and we managed two trips without any issues that the guidebooks raised. Also Positano - beautiful!!
We booked in for 9 days during August. On arriving at Naples airport there is a coach which costs around 5 euros which takes you into the centre of Piano and from there it is about a 5 to 10 minute walk to the hotel. We were very taken with the hotel, hosts and surroundings and we had a corner room which had enchanting views of the mountains and a distant view of the sea. Our hosts were convivial but never intrusive and the hotel itself is set in a quiet but central part of town and set in lovely gardens festoned with lemon trees. Sorrento is a short train ride away if you are looking for the touristy hustle and bustle but Piano itself has some charming restaurants and bars which offered good value for money and great local hospitality and are a 5 to 10 minute walk away from the hotel and we found this useful as the last train back from Sorrento is at around 9.30pm so we felt far from stranded. To sum up we couldnt have enjoyed our stay more the place had real character and we managed to pack in a great deal of sightseeing as the train was in close proximity (Naples is about an hour on the train, Pompeii about 30 mins) and the beach is about a 10 minute walk away. Charming place sad to leave.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice hotel in a wonderful town, away from touristsPosted Jul 31, 2014
Cons: Breakfast is limited to assorted breads and coffee.
Nice town out of sorrento. Has everything you need close by. Getting into sorrento takes 5 minutes by train. The beach is 10 minutes walk(make sure to use lift). Overall great, peaceful place to stay.
for Everyoneby Lathfrom London
Truly a Secret Garden!! The Secrets Out!!!Posted Mar 5, 2014
Pros: The staff were very genuine, lovely, and affectionate. Especially Giovanni, who I loved. His service, was second to none,cant wait to see him again!
Cons: heating in rooms could be better as even at the highest setting, it does nothing.Also a wider chocie of breakfast could be served,such as bacon e.t.c.
Location: Piano is located 10mins from Sorrento, its easy just to get a train (circumvesuviana) there to discover restaurants and the whole town alike!
This hotel is more of a B&B which is situated outside Naples in the nearby town of Piano Di Sorrento! It is a very posh B&B and gives a very focused service as a result, with a nice breakfast room lounge with fresh pastries, cappucinos, coffees and teas and with fresh lemon and orange juice. When I say fresh, I mean picked off the garden tree where lemons and oranges are the fruit of the tree. Another thing to note, Sorrento is a town full of lemons and oranges, so when it is nicknamed Land of Lemons and Oranges, it means exactly that! I found the staff very helpful, lovely and affectionate. Giovanni, a Neopolitan gentleman, was amazing and very helpful indeed. I am only sorry that i didn't learn more Italian than I could have done as he was very engaging. When I arrived in Naples, I had an issue with my lost luggage so checked-in late but Giovanni was understanding. Other staff members were very nice even though I did not get their name. The room I got was the Double Room and was very plush and romantic. Though I was on my own, I felt spoilt and favoured and comfortable. The only thing to say was that since I travelled there in February, the weather was still somewhat cold and heating was sparse in the room. But all else was fine with the hotel. The reception is not manned constantly so if you need anything, its best to try anticipate your needs and inform the staff in the breakfast time, which is 8:30 - 10am. Location to hotel has signs easy to find!
for Couplesby Jonathanfrom Texas
Charming HotelPosted Feb 25, 2014 on Hotels.com
The garden and building were beautiful and charming and the staff was very friendly and helpful. The walls were a bit thin so we could hear the neighboring guests but the stay over all was quite pleasant. We would stay here again if we come back to the area.
Recommendedby Sierrafrom San Diego
Awesome place to stayPosted Feb 10, 2014 on Hotels.com
Traveling Europe for two months and this is by far one of the best places I've stayed. Friendly staff, delicious breakfast, amazing view, good location, over all - great place to stay for a great price!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great for a short stayPosted Jul 7, 2013
Pros: Staff and style
Cons: No clear area that you can sit and relax, outside.
It is more a B&B than hotel but a lovely place and really nice and friendly staff. It is has a feel of it being used more by locals than foreigners, perfect for a short stay Great but is needed to be a little better sign posted as it does live up to its name as the secret as the secret garden, a sign at the main door and at the top of the stair well and a note to show where the bell is.
for Everyoneby KTfrom Sydney NSW, Australia
Nice B$BPosted May 10, 2013
The room we ( my daughter and I) stayed is very clean and comfortable with a huge private bathroom next door. Owner is very friendly and helpful, She printed bus timetable for us and gave us direction for surroundings. She even got up earlier to prepare our breakfast because we had to leave before the usual breakfast time. Very nice breakfast (lots choice and plenty). Although it is not in the centre of Sorrento, it is very easy to reach by the train (two stops). It is close to train station (about 8-10 mins walking) and there is clear sign to lead you to the B&B (look for the post outside the station and at turning point on the street). We stayed for three nights and was very satisfied.