Casa Della Mamma Apartment

Casa Della Mamma Apartment

Sorrento, Italy - Via Corso Italia
€145 per night
€145 per night


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Renovations! ... Because of renovations did not stay at this apartment.
Alternative offered was excellent.

Description - House rental

Beds: 5

Mamma's House is located in a quiet place in the center of Sorrento. It was renewed at the beginning of the year 2006 and is furnished tastefully. Mamma's House is located on the first floor of a modern building with lift. From this location it is easy to access public transport (railway station, port, bus-stop) to reach the most popular tourist attractions of Sorrento area (Positano, Amalfi, Naples, Capri, Pompeii and so on). This house has also a terrace equipped with table and chairs.


Mamma's House is a three-room apartment of 80 sq. m., sleeps 4+1, on the first floor, composed of: a wide living-room with double sofa-bed and dining-table with chairs, kitchen , double-room, bedroom with 2 twin beds, bathroom with shower, small terrace equipped with table and chairs.


Air conditioning/Heating - Washing-machine - Tv - Refrigerator - Free car parking in the courtyard according to availability - Food shop at 20 m. (in the park) - Banks, restaurants, shops and bus stop at 50 mt. - Post office and railway station at 200 m. - Equipped bathing establishments with sandy beach at 300 m. (reachable by toll lift) - Tennis courts at 200 m.

The space
  • Property type: House rental
  • Guest rental units: 2
  • Year built: 1990
  • Renovated: 2005
House rental accommodations

Lowest price available: €145

  • Check-in: 3:30pm
  • Check-out: 10:00am

House rental amenities

Car rental Children permitted Elevator/lift Linen included Parking (free) Pets allowed Smoking permitted Tour/sightseeing assistance

Room amenities

A/C climate control Balconies Coffee/tea maker Cribs available Hairdryer Iron/ironing board Kitchenettes Microwave Private bathroom Refrigerator Television


Sorrento is one of the most romantic and famous tourist attractions in Italy. The main fascination of this town is the serene brilliance of its landscape, the flowering of its gardens, the mildness of its air. Many prefer the mild restful beauty of Sorrento, especially for a holiday, to the wild and rugged beauty of Capri, and the orgy of colour and granite of the coast of Amalfi. The town of Sorrento lies on a stratum of rock of volcanic origin about 50 meters above sea level, and has as its background the green hills of Sant'Agata, Tore, S. Angelo and Colli di Fontanelle, which separate the peninsula into the bays of Naples and Salerno.
From Vico Equense to Massalubrense visitor pass behind a curtain of orange trees, with their blossom in May, and silver olive trees.
Among the visitors who came here to enjoy its serenity for their works are: Goethe, Byron, F. Cooper, Walter Scott, Vittorio Alfieri, Giacomo Leopardi, Alexander Dumas, Ernest Renan, Henrik Ibsen, who wrote Ghosts in 1881. Also here were Giuseppe Verdi, and Longfellow in 1862, Samuel Smiles in 1888, Oscar Wilde, Nietzsche wrote Human, too Human in Sorrento in 1876, and it was here that he had his famous dispute with Wagner. Grieg also wrote several of his "poems" here in Sorrento.
The description of this romantic land, with its orange and lemon groves, vineyards, walnut and almond trees, could be attractive, but in real life is definitely better. The song "Come back to Sorrento" is still on for you.
A visitor, who spends his vacation in Sorrento, has the chance to visit also the nearby ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum and the seaside resorts in the Naples area such as Amalfi, Positano, Capri, Naples itself, Salerno and other beautiful places in the region.

SORRENTO: the town, its history, what to see

Sorrento, the town

The enchanting landscape with its high cliffs, the superb views over the Gulf of Naples over to Vesuvius, make Sorrento a traditional international holiday resort. It is an ideal place to come on holiday, a great tourist attraction also for the vicinity of popular places easy to reach such as the ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum, Naples, Capri, Positano, Amalfi and Ischia. Sorrento coast is composed of rugged inaccessible cliffs alternated with pleasant beaches. The towns coastal area is divided in two villages: Marina Piccola, with the harbour for ferries and hydrofoils, and Marina Grande, with its lidos and beaches.


Sorrento was probably founded by the Etruscans (VII century b. c.), a population coming from Tuscany, and later conquered by the Samnites (V century b. c.), native of Campania region. It eventually came under the Roman sphere influence, but with the fall of the Roman empire and the barbarian invasions, Sorrento suffered the same devastating fate as many other Roman towns in Campania. The town reached the height of its glory in the Middle Ages as a free maritime duchy, and even contested the supremacy of Amalfi and Naples in the Upper Tyrrhenian Sea. After the long period of the Middle Age, Sorrento suffered the Spanish dominion: the baroque style of so many churches is a visible heritage of that period. But the XVIII century and a part of the XIX century were an economical, social end cultural rebirth of Sorrento when the tourist vocation of this area was born and it was established with its inclusion in the so-called "Grand Tour", a journey through the most important Italian sights that every noble European son of those times had to make to complete his cultural, historical and literary formation. Thus, as above-mentioned, guests such as Byron, Keats, Scott, Dickens, Goethe, Wagner, Ibsen and Nitzsche came to stay in Sorrento in search of sun and inspiration.


Some places in Sorrento of tourist attraction include:

Piazza Tasso, formerly called Largo di Castello;
the Villa Comunale;
the public garden on the cliff top with a superb view over the Gulf of Naples;
Marina Grande, a charming bay with a characteristic fishing village;
the Romanesque style Cathedral dating from the 15th century;
Regina Giovanna, the archaeological remains of a seaside villa.

Another pearl of the town is the "Correale Museum", which is due to the munificence of the Correale Counts, who gave this beautiful villa and the park surrounding it as well as the precious collections. The museum has an archeological section on the ground floor, where there Greek, Roman and Byzantine marbles, and in particular the important Base of Augustus (sacrificial altar of a statue of the Augustian age) are kept. In the two upper floors are collections of furniture, paintings, ceramics, clocks, statuettes for Neapolitan cribs and 17th and 18th century Neapolitan porcelain. Various rooms are devoted to the so-called "the School of Posillipo", with paintings by Pitloo, Vianelli, Duclère, Gigante and some of the most representative painters of the 19th century Naples.
The visit to this museum gives a magnificent idea of the development of Neapolitan decorative arts. Outside the villa, a stone commemorates the illustrious foreigners who have celebrated the beauty of Sorrento.
This town, besides its history, antiquity and healthy climate, is also important for its trade of citrus fruits, wines, oils, walnuts and cheeses (in particular "mozzarella"), as well as for its laceworks, silks and inlaid wood-works, which may be purchased in several shops in Sorrento.
In addition, from Sorrento You can easily reach Punta Campanella, with its beautiful views and seascape from the very tip of the Gulf of Naples and also its relics of historical interest, as well as the towns of Massalubrense and Nerano.

Price details

€145 per night

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Booking and cancellation policy

Unless otherwise specified, booking payments are non-refundable.



Period Tariff
LOW SEASON From 05 january to 15 march
From 29 march to 07 june
From 06 september to 20 december 780,00
MIDDLE SEASON From 15 march to 29 march
From 07 june to 21 june
From 23 august to 06 september
From 20 December to 05 January 880,00
HIGH SEASON From 21 june to 23 august 980,00

-Clients shall pay 100.00 on arrival at our office in Sorrento for electricity, running water, gas, cleaning and weekly linen.
-Bond 100.00 (deposited on arrival an returned on departure).

Location - House rental

Via Corso Italia
Provincia di Napoli
Campania (Regione Campania)
Italy  80067

House rental website

Latitude: 40.6267, Longitude: 14.3803

How to get there



From Rome take the \"A1\" south (Napoli) and, after leaving Naples, take the \"A3\" Napoli - Salerno (Not Tangenziale Napoli). Follow the brown sign Penisola Sorrentina. Exit at Castellammare di Stabia and follow Sorrento.


There is a shuttle that connects the Airport with the main railway station in Rome. From the main station there are several trains to Naples (The trip takes approximately 2 hours). In alternative, (only on week days) the Marozzi bus leaves from Tiburtina train station at 7:00 am and 3:00 pm: the bus takes directly to Sorrento ( Euros 15. 99).


From Naples Capodichino Airport follow the A/3 Naples-Salerno, in the salerno direction, exit at Castellammare di Stabia; once in Castellammare di Stabia follow the National Road 145 (SS 145) as far as Sorrento which is about 48 kms away from Naples.


From Naples airport you can take a taxi or bus to the railway station at Piazza Garibaldi. At the main train station board the local Circumvesuviana trains which leave for Sorrento every 20 minutes all day. In alternative, from Naples Capodichino Airport you can take the bus Curreri, that takes you directly to Sorrento; it departs at 9:00 am 11:30 am 01:00 pm 02:30 pm 04:30 pm 07:00 pm. (The trip takes approximately 1 hour).

Nearest airport: Naples 50 Km.