x The average starting price for a place to stay in Sorrento is £50 per night.
vickyc91 Great location in the centre of Sorrento. Clean and well-furnished rooms with air-conditioning - fantastic for the hotter summer months! Also a friendly and helpful owner, we felt well-looked after and he was very informative about local tourist attractions and transport. I would highly recommend this B&B to anyone visiting Sorrento.
Via Nastro D'Argento 35 Sant' AgnelloOutstanding 98%
Corso Italia, 124- Piano di SorrentoOutstanding 96%
Corso Italia 124, Piano di SorrentoExcellent 92%
Via del Mare, 22Excellent 91%
bradandkaz Superb hostel, and better than most hotels we've stayed at. Very helpful staff, beautiful reception, very welcoming, comfy rooms and very nice breakfast. Would certainly recommend.
Via Cappuccini 34Excellent 91%
Vico Primo RotaAwesome 87%
Corso Italia 164Awesome 86%
Via Nuovo Rione Cappuccini 11 Via Crawford 62Great 83%
s.marley A lovely place - big vaulted ceilings, clean and very, very quiet in the downstairs 4-person room that we'd booked. Very friendly and helpful staff, excellent breakfast. To use a well-worn cliche, it is a real oasis of calm. There is a small garden, a very comfortable lounge area, internet access and secure parking for those who need it. Quite a long walk up narrow streets to the bus/train station at St Agnello - well over ten minutes for us and we don't hang around. Never felt unsafe though, even late at night. A much quieter place than Sorrento but only a five minute train ride away and the last train back left about 11.30pm, so it was easy to pop into Sorrento for a meal and a walk around the market area on an evening.
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