Parthenope, according to myth, was living on the rocks of the Sirens, opposite Positano, today called Li Galli, and then founded the city of Naples, tying, as well, for ever the beauty of the Gulf of Naples to the Amalfi coast.
The b & b Parthenope rising in the hamlet of San Lazzaro Agerola, in the heart of the seaside and not far from Naples, pays homage to the mythological roots of two of the most with enchanting location of Campania.
A few meters away you will find numerous shops, meeting places and aggregation, refueling, first aid coverage, post office. Near the square General Avitabile (San Lazzaro) you can walk the Via Maestra's Villages, an ancient path that leads up to Amalfi. Furthermore, for trekking lovers, a few km from the hotel starts the famous Path of the Gods, a lovely promenade that connects Agerola to Positano.
The b & b Parthenope offers guests three bedrooms all with private bathrooms (complete with shower and bidet), TV / radio, wardrobe and chest of drawers, electric kettle, hair dryer, linen and mosquito net. The Italian breakfast is simple and genuine, it served with self-service in the room.
Among the services: heating, rental kitchen, laundry room, iron on request, parking in public area without a reservation.
Links to the public bus to Amalfi, Naples and Castellammare di Stabia approximately 50 meters.
- Ager Room, on the ground floor, with double bed, which celebrates some of the beauties of Agerola.
- Vesuvius Room, on the first floor, with double bed, which enhances the beautiful skyline of the Bay of Naples.
- Trail Room, on the first floor, with two single beds, which pays homage to the breathtaking scenery of the Path of the Gods.
Breakfast simple but varied, with packaged products and / or hand- prepared.
Croissants, biscuits, cereals, juices, jams, honey, herbal teas, tea, coffee (mocha and soluble), cappuccino, fruit in season.