Positano - Villa Charme - 6 pax
Villa Charme is part of an old 17th century villa located in a beautiful, panoramic position. This house is especially attractive for its modern décor, spaciousness and proximity to the lively center of the famed seaside town of Positano. The accommodation benefits also from a large private terrace, which serves as an ideal setting for enchanting meals or sunset cocktails while admiring splendid sea views. At Villa Eugenia guests will fully enjoy the pleasure of a stay into a charming and authentic ancient house of Positano, located in one of the most beautiful spots of the town. The spacious interiors have high vaulted ceilings and thick stone walls, which is characteristic of the ancient buildings of the Amalfi Coast. The recent renovation made with special care, has transformed it in a very pleasant holiday house offering high level of privacy and a warm and familiar atmosphere. The interiors of Villa Eugenia are airy, full of light and immaculate. It has the warm welcome of home: the choice of colours, the floor in antique terracotta tiles, the high vaulted ceilings, the room dimension, the blend of antique pieces and modern design, the high quality drapes and many important ornaments and valuables , create a refined and elegant house and ensure to the guests a surprising pleasure of staying and any kind of comfort. The fittings include all modern conveniences such as satellite TV, washing machine, dishwasher, air conditioning, central heating, etc.
Layout: 140 sqm indoor and 40 sqm meters of outdoor area consisting of terrace with wide panoramic views of the sea.
The main entrance to the villa is through a beautiful arched old wooden doors which hides an entrance hall with high vaulted ceilings . This hall is divided into two areas, the second area accessed via three steps.
The first area is furnished with antiques. and has ancient wooden doors into a library room which is furnished with two red sofas , reading lamps and tables .
Via a wooden staircase one can reach a mezzanine , where a twin bedroom has been obtained. The mezzanine is delimited by a wooden railing which permits one to see the area below.
Adjacent to the bookcases, three stairs lead to a long corridor which runs at the back of all the other rooms.
Starting at the far end of the corridor and adjacent to the library room is a large modern bathroom with a fully enclosed shower, a basin , WC and washing machine.
Back to the entrance hall , accessed via 3 steps,