Arunta House is a Local Council verified and Public Health Authority certified holiday apartment. Single level apartment of about 38 square metres in size. Public transport, restaurants, banks, post office, supermarkets all within walking distance.
The apartment is located 600 meters (0.4 miles) from Sorrento & less than 200 meters (0.1 miles) from the Sant’Agnello station, where you have easy access to Rome, Naples, Pompei, Amalfi, Positano by buses or trains. It's located in a quiet area. Perfect for all travelers, (family welcomed!). Many free amenities are included. Within 2 mins on foot, you can reach the city center (supermarkets, restaurants, etc.) Within 7 mins of walk, you can reach beach area for a fantastic view of the gulf.
“Marco is a consummate host: kind, responsive, patient, thoughtful. I stayed at two of his apartments while in the area, and both were excellent. Easily 5 stars. Marco also fielded my many questions about getting by public transportation to Agerola, the trailhead of the Path of the Gods. He helped me over and over find ways to get there, then back from Positano. He had restaurant recommendations in all the towns of the Amalfi Coast. He’s a first-class host in every way. Thank you so much, Marco!!”
Nice apartment with view on the Naples' Gulf with kitchen, wi-fi, bath rooms complete, laundry and a terrace in front of the sea where you can enjoy the warm wind coming from the sea while suntaning.There is a big matrimonial bed for two people and a sofa-bed for optional two more persons Is 800 meters far from the railway ATTENTION PLEASE: due to wind and in some circumstances smells of the near Pizzeria could get the terrace in the moment they turns on the oven on and when they turn it off.
“This flat was lovely, with a great balcony and view. Massimo was very quick and helpful communicating with us. Plus he left lots of really special ice creams as a welcome in the freezer! The location was perfect for us as it was so easy to get everywhere and the station was an easy ten minute walk. So we did Pompei, Vesuvius, Herculaneum, Capri, and all the incredible Amalfi coast, all on cheap trains and buses. A tip: If you want to walk the Path of the Gods (which is amazing) then we went as Google maps told us, and it was much quicker than going by two buses round the coast up to the start of the walk (as other advice said.) So we got the train to Nocere and then bus to Bomerano and got there in 90 mins rather than 3 hours the coast way. We had fantastic weather even though it was the last week of October, but a lot of restaurants had already closed for the season so there wasn't a huge choice right near to the flat. The flat is above a pretty little harbour and beach (steep walk down) but we didn't like the town of Piano at all. But it still a great place to stay as it is so central to all the different attractions.”