The Lemon Grove is a 3 bedroom holiday villa with stunning views of the Amalfi coast from its hill-top setting above Sorrento, close to Pompeii, Capri and Mount Vesuvius.
How would you describe Villa Amalfi in a nutshell?
Surrounded by parkland, the villa has terraces at ground level and on the rooftop. A lovely stone-lined pool hangs on the edge of the garden, overlooking the sea. Steps lead straight down to the private beach.
Villa Amalfi is an architect-designed, two-story villa perched on a hillside overlooking the Amalfi Coast. The interiors feature high ceilings, beautiful tiled floors, contemporary furnishings and lots of art – from large abstract paintings to imposing sculptures dotted around the property.
How would you describe the atmosphere at Villa Amalfi?
Space and light is very important here and everything is built to serve nature. We also love art and artists and we support them whenever we can. Our collection is our passion. For me, all these pictures, all these sculptures, and all these pieces of furniture form part of our welcome to guests.
Is Villa Amalfi best suited for couples, families, or groups? What’s your policy on kids?
Villa Amalfi is suitable for all kinds of guests. If you are traveling with small kids under 5 years old, you should be aware of the stairs, the terraces and the pool, however.
What do you particularly like about the Amalfi coast?
Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast are simply special. They are an exciting blend of sophistication and simplicity. From superyachts and five-star hotels to rural reality with farmers still growing fruits and vegetables on steep terraced land.
The Amalfi Coast is a UNESCO world heritage site and the winding road connecting Amalfi and Sorrento is spectacular. The atmosphere here is like being in the movie ‘La Dolce Vita’.