Diana apartment lies on the first floor of a building (without lift). It is a two-roomed apartment of 35 square meters, sleeps 2+1, composed of: living-room with kitchen, dining table and 1 single folding-bed, a bedroom with double-bed, a bathroom with shower, a panoramic terrace equipped with chairs and from where You can enjoy a stunning sea-view.
Check in 03:30 pm
Check out 10:00 am
The check-in is from 3.30 pm to 8pm. There is an extra fee of Euros 10 per hour for check-in beyond 8.00 pm.
Payment by cash on arrival
Please inform about arrival time
We arrange the following services:
- Shared Guided Tours in Pompeii
- Private Italian lessons with the teacher coming to the apartment
- Private Guided Tours in Pompeii, Capri, Amalfi Coast etc.
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Apartment Facilities & Policies
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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The beach is only few meters away from the apartment.
You can come to Sorrento by taking the train Circumvesuviana leaving every half an hour from Naples central station, or otherwise you can get a bus or easily rent a car
When you arrive in the village of Sorrento, we are just a few steps away form the main square, we are located exactly at Via Marina Grande, 31
Please look at the map to check where we are located and give us a call in case you need any help
Diana apartment is located in Sorrento in the beautiful Marina Grande area, a typical ancient fishermen's Village
The Marina Grande (Large Marina), which was the only seafaring village in Sorrento until the 15th century, is located on the mouth of the ravine closing on the west the old city and crossed on top by the bridge of Parsano, from where it started the Via Minerva (Athena's Road) leading to the sanctuary of Athena on the Punta Campanella. Marina Grande is separated from the centre of Sorrento by the promontory which housed the Roman villa of Agrippa Postumus, nephew of the emperor Octavian Augustus.