The attic is composed of three rooms, a bedroom with a double bed and a bedroom with a single bed, a very large space with a living room and a library. From the attic that is located on the upper floor of the house where the owners live, you can access directly onto a splendid terrace overlooking the Gussone Park, green space of the Bourbon palace and with a magnificent view of the Gulf of Naples on one side while on the other side it dominates the Vesuvius.
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Completely renovated building of 1899 is located in a village of 1800.
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- 21 Oct 2018
100% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 7 days before check-in date.
Really good place.
We had a wonderful time. The rooms are nice and clean and the terrace is great. Spectacular views of the Vesuvius, the Mediterranean Sea and the bay of Naples. Also a quiet surroundings. Communication with Patricia was good. You don’t have your own kitchen, but that’s no problem because Patricia offers you a great breakfast and can cook a great meal.
Portici is a place of historical interest and is home to the Faculty of Agriculture of the University Federico II of Naples, the faculty is located within the Bourbon Palace, the royal chapel is part of the Royal Chapel where even today you can admire the organ of 1600 used by Mozart arrived in Naples to learn in the capital of music to play and write music for the theater.
The Gussone park is part of the palace and overlooks the attic which was the garden of the Bourbons, where they hunted and played at the Pallacorda, whose playground can still be visited today.
The port of the Granatello is another historical site indeed the name originates from its function in 1700 where the grain coming from the provinces of the kingdom of the two Sicilies was disembarked to feed the inhabitants of the capital at the time one of the three most populated cities in the world .
Another historically important site and destination for tourists is the Railway Museum which is located where once and still today there is the Pietrarsa railway station, the first station of continental Europe in 1800.
Finally, Portici is included in the so-called Golden Mile a collection of villas and residences of the 1700s still today the pride of our architecture (Vanvitelli, Sanfelice, Nauclerio).