A modern villa with superb panoramic views
Villa Mambrini is a modern six-bedroom luxury property situated in close vicinity to Sorrento’s centre. Surrounded by 14,000 square metres of lush gardens, the deluxe villa offers stunning panoramic views, and is one of the best accommodations for guests who wish to spend an unforgettable holiday on the invigorating Italian coast.
Distributed over several floors, the property features ample communal areas, indoors and out, as well as six comfortable bedrooms. Among the outdoor facilities are a swimming pool with an adjoining sunbathing area equipped with sun beds, a luxurious Jacuzzi, beautifully-landscaped gardens, as several outdoor living and dining areas. Complemented by the spectacular views, the outdoor space at this villa is an oasis of relaxation and calm.
On the ground floor, the property features a spacious living room with fireplace and comfortable leather sofas. Following an open-plan format, the living area is adjoined by the impressive dining space, which can seat up to 12 guests.
On the same floor, there is also a fully-equipped kitchen, an office, and a corner bar. From this floor, guests can also access an outdoor pergola area, which has al fresco dining as well as a wooden oven perfect for preparing Neapolitan pizza.
On the first floor are five of the bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms and beautiful views, and many with balconies or terrace access. On the same floor is the terrace with the terrace and additional sun loungers. This terrace is linked to the gym and sauna area, for the perfect wellness and relaxation experience.
On the second floor is the Master bedroom, which has access to its own private terrace. In addition, this floor features a service room, a laundry and service terrace.
Villa Mambrini is undoubtedly one of the best properties for guests who are looking to explore the stunning Sorrento and Amalfi Coast.
- Landscaped Gardens
- Swimming Pool
Room 1 – double bedroom with king-sized bed, en-suite bathroom with shower, and sea views
Room 2 – double bedroom with king-sized bed, en-suite bathroom with shower, and sea views
Room 3 – double bedroom with king-sized bed, en-suite bathroom with double shower, and private terrace with sea views
Room 4 – double bedroom with king-sized bed, en-suite bathroom with double shower, and balcony with sea views
Room 5 – twin bedroom with two single beds, en-suite bathroom with shower, and balcony with garden views
Room 6 – double bedroom with king-sized bed, en-suite bathroom with shower, and private terrace with sea views
|8 Jan 2022 - 18 Mar 2022||EUR 7,500 per week|
|19 Mar 2022 - 20 May 2022||EUR 10,000 per week|
|21 May 2022 - 24 Jun 2022||EUR 12,000 per week|
|25 Jun 2022 - 26 Aug 2022||EUR 14,000 per week|
|27 Aug 2022 - 30 Sep 2022||EUR 12,000 per week|
|1 Oct 2022 - 21 Oct 2022||EUR 10,000 per week|
|22 Oct 2022 - 16 Dec 2022||EUR 7,500 per week|
|17 Dec 2022 - 7 Jan 2023||EUR 10,000 per week|
Price per week. Tourist tax not included.
- Fully-equipped kitchen
- Conference room (on request)
- Laundry facilities
- Air conditioning
- Swimming pool
- Spacious garden
- Outdoor living spaces
- Outdoor dining
- Pizza oven
- Sun loungers & umbrellas
- Daily housekeeping (3 hours/day)
- Mid-week linen change
- Pool & garden maintenance
- Conference room hire
- Vintage car rentals
- Boat tours
- Activities & excursions
Due to its location near central Sorrento, Villa Mambrini is the perfect base for guests who wish to explore the Italian coastal towns, including Sorrento, Amalfi, Positano and Ravello.
Positano is a unique and incredibly attractive city, with its numerous flights of little steps, thin passageways fringed by lively bars, cafes, bistros and shops, as well as multi-coloured houses that seem to be built one on top of the other.
Amalfi, the famous resort, is also worth discovering. To get here, guests will most likely go on the Amalfi Drive, considered to be the most spectacular road in Europe. This road of many bends offers striking views at every turn.
Another great trip would be to Pompei, which still triggers fascination among visitors today. Following the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD, Pompei lay buried and forgotten, until the 18th century when excavations began. Visitors can now get a sense of the lifestyle led by the Romans prior to the apocalyptic eruption.
For day trips, Capri is the best choice. Either on an organised tour, or by a private boat with a captain, a trip to Capri will reveal the most enchanting stretches of coastline otherwise inaccessible by land.
Sorrento – 8 km
Capri – 16 km
Positano – 24 km
Pompei – 35 km
Amalfi – 36 km
Ischia – 40 km
Ravello – 46 km
Naples – 55 km
Disclaimer: the location on the map may be approximate due to privacy reasons.