Double room with en-suite bathroom and vasistas windows. Your accommodation includes en-suite facilities, welcome drink and daily homemade breakfast.
The BEST hide-away in Amalfi Coast, the sunny South of Italy!
"Terrazza Atrani" is one of the three (3) private rooms available for bookings at Dint' a Torre Bed & Breakfast in Amalfi Coast, the sunny South of Italy. Terrazza Atrani is a double room with en-suite bathroom and vasistas windows. The room rate includes daily, homemade breakfast and tax.
"Dint' a Torre" Bed & Breakfast (which in the local dialect means "in the tower") is located in a 3-story house built in the 20th century, recently restored, to offer its distinguished guests a relaxing atmosphere in the heart of medieval Pontone - the "Village Museum" between Amalfi and Ravello. Located on the hillside and surrounded by lemon trees and vineyards, Dint' a Torre is just a stone's throw from the sea. A unique site offering tranquility and a breathtaking, panoramic view of the blue sky, the green hills and the shimmering sea of the Amalfi Coast in Southern Italy.
If you enjoy walking through nature, head downhill as Amalfi is just a few hundred steps away! Same route, this time uphill, to Ravello, the "City of Music", to visit its historic villas and monuments. It takes about half an hour by car or by boat to reach beautiful Positano where you will enjoy getting lost in its winding avenues while visiting the great shops, antique stores and art galleries.
As our goal is to make your stay an unforgettable experience, you will certainly enjoy the goodness and freshness of our homemade breakfast delicacies including our signature yogurt cake with lemon or orange jams...
Looking forward to welcoming you as our guests!
See you soon...
Antonio and Angela
Overlooking Amalfi, Pontone is a picturesque hillside village roughly 200 meters above sea level. Currently a district of Scala, Pontone was part of the Municipality of Amalfi until the early 20th century during which time it was a popular destination for the clergy and noble class of the Amalfitan Duchy who were in search of the casual and relaxed atmosphere the village had to offer...
Today Pontone is still a quiet and rural village that enchants every visitor with the renowned warmth and hospitality of its villagers, its aristocratic houses, bell towers and three churches of great historical and artistic value. Pontone's daily life is based around its main square or "piazza" featuring the medieval church of St. John the Baptist, which dates back to the 12th century. Around the same square, you will find two restaurants/pizzeria offering superb local cuisine and a coffee bar where you can sit right under the trees in the square enjoying a good "espresso" or a cold beer.
Pontone is also an excellent starting point for excursions to the other centers along the Amalfi Coast and, especially for nature and mountain trail lovers, to the "Valle delle Ferriere" or towards the famous "Torre dello Ziro".
How to reach Dint' a Torre in Pontone
By motorway, coming from Naples on the A2, pass Pompei and Salerno. Take the exit for Angri and go for Nocera. Continue along the indications for Valico di Chiunzi. At Valico di Chiunzi follow the signs heading for Ravello, Scala, Amalfi.
When you reach Ravello turn to your right into the tunnel. At its exit turn right again. After a first bend to the right continue for about 50 meters and you reach an intersection to the left (by turning to the right you will reach Scala). Just follow the road signs as this is the road that will safely guide you to Pontone.
Coming from Amalfi continue in the direction for Minori, Maiori, Salerno until you find an intersection with the indications for Pontone, Scala, Ravello, Valico di Chiunzi. Turn left and follow the signs to Pontone.
Coming from Salerno continue in the direction for Maiori, Minori and before you reach Amalfi follow the signs for Pontone Scala, Ravello, Valico di Chiunzi.
A great little spot with a wonderful view and wonderful hosts. The room was as nice as any hotel room and our hosts helped us with any question we had. The bus system is a little tricky to and from there, but totally manageable and it's right between Amalfi and Ravelo.
This is the final rate, including any fees from the host and Airbnb.