A visit here will reveal all that is a fifth generation agricultural existence, set on a mountainside that shadows the beautiful Amalfi Coast. This proud and incredibly hard working family will treat you to their home grown gastronomic delights each night, if you so choose. Eating out would be difficult at night without the use of a car, although driving on the Amalfi Coast is not for the faint hearted. My wife and I used the limited and at times not so reliable bus service to return in the evenings. The bus service on the Coast is quite good, but Furore is a little remote.The walk down to the Coast via the donkey trail is a bit of an adventure in itself, but worth the effort, taking about an hour, (the locals insist only 45 minutes). Accommodation is very clean, although our bed mattresses pretty "firm". The towels are definitely not Egyptian cotton but will give you a good exfoliation. The hot water may take a little time to arrive through the shower, so just be patient. Rosa, the eldest of the two daughters is a tireless worker, slight in build but strong as any farm girl. She is passionate about her family's "agriculture", and seems to be the heir apparent. Overall a truly grounding experience that should be witnessed by all, particularly technology absorbed teens from our western world.