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Masseria Astapiana Villa Giusso

Via Camaldoli 51, 80069, Vico Equense Italy
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#1 of 44 Speciality lodging in Vico Equense
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JKaasa wrote a review Sep 2018
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Fantastic place to stay, fullfilled our expectations 110 %. Many thanks to Giovanna, her family and staff. Absolutely amazing service , food ,scenery and hospitality. And what a building with rooms filled with antiques. Really a holiday to remeber.
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Date of stay: July 2018
Stacy Z wrote a review Apr 2018
Orange County, CA49 contributions14 helpful votes
We absolutely loved our stay here! Our only regret is that we didn't stay longer than the one night we booked! The grounds are magical and the history of the estate is so intriguing! Our room was quaint with a beautiful view. This property was literally a monastery several hundred years ago and since that time has remained in the same family for a couple hundred years. They have done a wonderful job of preserving the history but yet having all the modern conveniences for their guests. There are paintings in the building where we stayed on display that were painted in the late 1600's and were displayed in the monastery church which has long since been destroyed. The grounds are stunning with sweeping views of the sea and town below. Additionally, they have huge ancient pillars on the grounds which set off the grounds. I took an early morning "hike" around the area behind the building which was so serene and beautiful. There appears to be a small pool on the grounds overlooking the sea which was not in use while we were there (too cold) but appears to be in good condition and probably is used in the summer months. The breakfast buffet which was part of our stay was delicious! Our hostess, Giovanna, was lovely and very accommodating. Because we flew into Rome late in the afternoon and had to drive down, we arrived very late. Giovanna greeted us and took us to our room. She even brought us tea and a snack before we went to bed. The next day, Giovanna gave us a tour of the historic building and grounds which included the wine cellar below where the monks bade their wine and olive oil. She provided us with the history of the property in great detail which was fascinating. There are even huge wine barrels still in the cellar that are hundreds of years old along with the area the grapes were crushed by foot! The grounds also accommodates weddings and special occasions which can be held indoors or out. I can only imagine how beautiful a wedding would be here! A note about driving here. Be sure to follow the directions they send you. When they tell you to set your odometer when you make the turn onto the very long and narrow road that goes up the mountainside to reach the estate, DO IT! We had a difficult time locating it in the dark and got lost. There is a spot as you ascend that is a T, go to the left! We made the mistake of going to the right which messed up our odometer reading. There is a sign on an ancient wall marking where you turn up a private road/drive to reach the estate but in the dark was easily missed. I would HIGHLY recommend staying here and would love to return for a longer stay myself if I am lucky enough to return to Italy. This is a magical property. Be sure to take a private tour of the property.
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Date of stay: April 2018
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
jw_ste wrote a review Jan 2018
Western Australia, Australia8 contributions1 helpful vote
We got married here last year in a civil ceremony overlooking the ocean. Giovanna was absolutely amazing and done everything we asked of her and more. Her attention to detail was first class. She went above and beyond for us. I can not recommend this place highly enough. The flowers, food, wine, service and scenery were all perfection.
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Date of stay: June 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
Derek C wrote a review Nov 2017
Wilmette, Illinois2 contributions3 helpful votes
I brought my wife, her mother, and our two children (ages 4 and 1) here for dinner during our five day visit to the Sorrento area in late September. Before our meal, we were given a tour of the grounds, which included breathtaking cliff-top views of Sorrento, the Bay of Naples, and the surrounding hills. Our hostess also led us through the interior of the main building, where we saw an attic filled with antiques (and a wall of framed photos of a dozen or so Nobel Laureates who have visited the property), and a main hallway with multiple giant paintings from the 1700s. The communal seating at dinner -- and the delicious food (plus desert, wine, and limoncello), capped off a delightful evening that we'll never forget.
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Date of stay: September 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
ralphrossi wrote a review Sep 2017
Seattle, Washington9 contributions13 helpful votes
Because of a delayed flight, we arrived quite late. Giovanna was so gracious. We were a party of 7, but somehow she presented a wonderful meal 11 pm and made us all feel at home. The following evening she helped us celebrate our son's 17th birthday. The rooms are spacious and comfortable. The location is perfect to explore the Sorrento Peninsula. The grounds are beautiful. There is even a small swimming pool so you can cool off at end of your long day. Giovanna shared the family museum (in the attic) - notice the photo of her as a young woman with the American mathematician John Nash. This is a wonderful property with amazing staff - we hope to return.
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Date of stay: June 2017
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Frequently Asked Questions about Masseria Astapiana Villa Giusso
Which popular attractions are close to Masseria Astapiana Villa Giusso?
Nearby attractions include Basilica Santa Maria Del Lauro (0.6 km), Basilica Pontificia S. Maria Del Lauro (0.6 km), and Museo dell'arte casearia Fernando De Gennaro (1.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Masseria Astapiana Villa Giusso?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Masseria Astapiana Villa Giusso?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Masseria Astapiana Villa Giusso?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Masseria Astapiana Villa Giusso?
Conveniently located restaurants include Pasticceria Bar Romano, Annare, and Mazz & Panell.
Does Masseria Astapiana Villa Giusso have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Masseria Astapiana Villa Giusso offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are there any historical sites close to Masseria Astapiana Villa Giusso?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta e Cripta Medievale (5.4 km), Marina di Puolo (6.5 km), and Reggia Quisisana - Museo Archeologico di Stabiae (7.0 km).