Wonderful ancient villa in Amalfi Coast

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Via Marghieri 6 Cava de' Tirreni, Salerno, Campania 84013, Italy

Overview

Bedrooms: 6
Bathrooms: 7
Sleeps 12
Per week €2,500 - €5,500
Type: Villa
Description of the Salerno vacation villa rental
Villa Amalia is situated in the town of Cava de ' Tirreni 23 motorway miles from international airport of Naples .
Here in Cava you are surrounded by a green country-side and the nearly sea. The bright green of its valley was very much admired by the Romans who founded here a summer residence built by the Metello 's family.

The old Villa Amalia was built in the 17th century by Prince Martin in Cava de ' TIrreni; it is located in a privileged position on the Amalfi Coast in the most typical and charming hamlet of the town called 'Rotolo .as a wonderful balcony overlooking the most charming Italian sea. The name 'Rotolo comes from the idea of the sun that 'rolls over the hamlet from dawn to setting .
The wide and romantic view on the Amalfi Coast, its pleasant microclimate, attracted, in pre-Renaissance time, the Neapolitan aristocracy that built the most representative summer villas in this hamlet You can reach the villa from town by a half mile lay road that winds up over looking an emerald sea and the Lattari mountain 's peaks under a row of secular plan-trees.Villa Amalia is built on three levels for one total internal surface of meters square 600.
On the ground floor to which you can access from the municipal road there are : a wide entrance with rear premises laundry and a bath, a drawing-room-study with rear wine cellar and a play room with a billiard table.
A marble staircase leads up to the first floor with another access road through the villa 's park; it has a entrance space with direct access to the swimming pool, a wide hall in rose Portuguese marble and a crystalline of Greece made precious by zecchino gold putties; a characteristic bathroom made in baked, brass and china (porcelain), a wide kitchen furnished with ceramics and wood massello, with annexed bath and larder, all enriched by a great fireplace.
From the inside, thanks to a wide suspended staircase, in the main central hall, it is possible reach the second floor, or from the upper terraces served by an arc staircase that soars high above the swimming pool.
The external spaces of Villa Amalia offers guests an atmosphere of unique beauty.
The paths are paved with light grey marble and in the park you can admire a variety
of century old exotic cicas trees offering a riot of colours and smells. The water of the large swimming-pool has the colour of the sea because it is wholly made of white marble.

The second floor has four bedrooms furnished in eighteenth-century style, complete of four inner baths and two large terraces with a fantastic sight on the Amalfi coast

The Villa Amalia rooms have got wooden arch doors and the walls are warm and bright coloured with 17th century old stuccos. In the hall there are a variety of 17th century old frames finely decorated with pure gold leaves. These precious details with 17th century old pieces of furniture , the lighting mainly consisting of old candelabra , the precious 17th century old paintings make 'Villa Amalia a unique tourist structure which can be their ideal accommodation for the most demanding guests .

In Villa Amalia, while breathing the breeze of the sea , you feel as having left at home all anxieties and finding yourself in a silent comfortable and timeless atmosphere where everything seems to belong to a fantastic dream.

Antonio Lambiase

Area Info
Cava represents the gate of the Amalfi Coast, from which it 's separated by a one mile verdant road.
Cava is a star-shaped town for its distinctive urban structure. In fact, it is characterized by a central city, the Borgo, and by more twenty hamlets which form a kind of crown to the Borgo. The origins date back to the years following the Abbey foundation in 1080.
The Borgo with its porticoes and the imposing noble mansions, characteristic sign of economical and political power, and the hamlets, still keep a lot of historical evidences of their past made of arts, crafts and commercial activities for which Cava was rightly famous and appreciated.
The Borgo is not only arts, history and culture. It 's also night and day life; numerous stores, american bars, restaurants and pubs make this street a place to enjoy , among lights and silent places which give to the ancient Borgo a mysterious and fancy atmosphere.
By Car :
- Take the highway A1 to Naples
- After the exit Caserta Sud, take the highway A3 to Salerno exit gate to Cava dei Tirreni direction to Rotolo hamlet;
From Airport - Train Station:
Once in Naples airport-railway you can either rent a car or we can organize a transfer by car or minibus.
By Boat:
You can reach by boat from Naples the port of Salerno with daily links every 20 minutes;
Site To Visit
The particular position of town offers to visitors the possibility to reach many famous centers of historical interest, cultural and turistic place with easy link railroad and rail sea and main road.
Property Rates
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Weekly Monthly Min
Stay
Feb 26 2014 Apr 30 2014 - - €4,000 - -
May 01 2014 May 28 2014 - - €4,500 - -
May 28 2014 Jul 29 2014 - - €5,000 - -
Jul 30 2014 Sep 02 2014 - - €5,500 - -
Sep 03 2014 Oct 14 2014 - - €4,500 - -
Oct 15 2014 Dec 02 2014 - - €3,500 - -
Dec 07 2014 Jan 10 2015 - - €4,500 - -
Jan 08 2015 Mar 25 2015 - - €2,500 - -
Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Deposits: 1000 euros /week
Other Vacation Rental Amenities
I evidence you that the swimming pool is big (metres 16 x 8) and completely covered in white marble, therefore the water becomes the same colour of the sky during daytime and emerald colour during evening time when there is the artificial light.
Furniture and pictures are all original antique of the same period of the villa
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