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Via Diego Taiani 26, 84010, Maiori Italy
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#6 of 45 Specialty lodging in Maiori
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4.6
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4.6
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4.4
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4.5
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English, Spanish, Italian
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Free parking
Paid private parking on-site
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Wifi
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Solarium
BBQ facilities
Mosquito net
Parking
Sun loungers / beach chairs
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kernpanik wrote a review May 2019
Berlin, Germany102 contributions54 helpful votes
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The WiFi signal is weak, the kitchen tools are quite old, the bath could need a refit and yes: there is the odd missing toilet seat. Long story short: It's perfect! Because let's be honest: You don't travel to Italy for surfing the internet, doing fancy cooking, or studying the latest bathroom designs. The little garden house (San Bonaventura) is a hidden gem between lemon trees, a tranquil place to enjoy peace and silence. Relax in the serene atmosphere, meet some friendly cats in the gardens, have a walk down the stairs to the sea, or just enjoy the fantastic view. The owners were extraordinarily friendly and helpful, providing support and information whenever I needed any. This is definitely a place I would recommend to my best friends (which, by the way, I already did).
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Date of stay: May 2019
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FiloMax B wrote a review Oct 2018
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We spend two night in May in a room over there. The camping was not available yet. The view is great but you should walk many steps to get downtown where there is the beach (that is not really nice, move from the town to get a better one) The bathroom is small and once you take your shower the whole piece gets wet. The host was really friendly and the breakfast was good. Maybe a little bit too expensive for what it is but unfortunately this is in the average of the Amalfi coast.
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Date of stay: May 2018
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Julia L wrote a review Jun 2018
4 contributions3 helpful votes
If you love nature like we do, this is the perfect place to be. To be able to be close to nature, fall asleep while listening to the waves and the crickets but still be able to enjoy the facilities like kitchen and a real flushable toilet/shower. We loved the outdoor shower in our big lemon garden. In the afternoon the water was heated by the sun. The owners and staff was incredibly helpful. A big plus was their local produced wine. Priceless to drink the wine wile sitting underneath the same grapes.
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Date of stay: June 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Leahfrancesca1 wrote a review Sep 2017
London, United Kingdom9 contributions5 helpful votes
My partner and I fell in love with Bella Baia Campsite. It was a last minute decision to add two nights here to our holiday travelling Italy and it turned out to be one of our favourite places in the world. We missed the Sita Bus and decided rather than wait we would walk to the campsite from Maiori town which was a beautiful walk but actually very difficult up hill so I would recommend getting the bus towards salerno and getting off at "cannaverde". Once we arrived at the campsite we were blown away by how beautiful the views were, please however, do not underestimate people when they say there are thousands of steps its exhausting to walk around here but so worth it. We had a yurt/tent right at the bottom by the sea and we would really recommend it so you don't have to far to walk after swimming, it was also incredibly peaceful that far down as it seemed all the other people were staying higher up which was good. Near the tent itself we had a light and plug socket, BBQ, outdoor shower (freezing but lovely) and sunbeds. The tent was spacious and waterproof (not ant proof however, but guess what ants hate... lemons, and guess where the campsite is... in a lemon grove. once we figured that out it was fine we lined outside our tent with lemon juice) and we were given towels and a lantern. The view was unbelievable and we had lovely weather in the day and thunder and lighting out at sea at night which was incredible to snuggle up and watch it light up the sky ( bit scary too!). There is access to the sea by a ladder at the bottom of the cliff and on the other side of the camp there is sort of access to a private beach but you have to clamber climb and jump to get close enough to swim to it which was all fine for us but not easy at all if your not very mobile. The beach is incredible there was hardly anyone around all day and we spent most of our time here swimming around the cliff edges etc it was just incredible, better than I can put into words! We shared a communal kitchen which was clean and very helpful when we struggled to light our BBQ. Bring your own food from town to cook, they have fridges to keep it in etc. Youll meet lots of lovely people in these areas but when you go back to your tent youll feel completely secluded and tranquil. Our experience here was incredible we cant stress how amazing this place is enough. We will without doubt be returning to Bella Baia in the future, what a beautiful place! Thank you Beniamina for such an incredible experience!
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Date of stay: September 2017
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Peter Molnar wrote a review Jul 2017
Budapest, Hungary85 contributions33 helpful votes
This glamping in the current contition is a good base to became a perfect luxury glamping in the following years. But know some features is missing or "almost good", but let's see the advantages: Beautiful view from most of the tents (No3 is recommended), this absolutely outbids your expectations. Tents are spacious, surrounding is also huge with many private area, shower, sunbeds etc, feels like you have a private terrace in the Amalfi coast. If you can make some compromise because of the natural contitions, you will love this accomodation, and enjoy your stay day and night But some features need to improve, for example: Kitchens are far from meny tents, and you have to make exhausting stairs if you want to use. The kitchen area is disorganized, with old machnines, missing things, and dirty fridges. There is no private acces to the beach. The only beach below the camping is non accessible from the accomodation. You have to find another beach next to Maiori, car recommended! The spacious tent area could be much better with some more service, like covered shower, private fridge, or mini outdoor kitchen (the barbecue is small and dirty) One utility maintaince worker of the Hotel was very strange, and unpleasant: he was always looking to my girlfriend, made loud phone call during our breakfast etc.
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Date of stay: July 2017
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Tent No3 is nice
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harrykarry101 wrote a review Jun 2017
Palawan Island, Philippines22 contributions20 helpful votes
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Spent 3 nights at this little slice of paradise in a lovely tent with bbq, outdoor shower and sink that overlooks the ocean! Will never forget cleaning my teeth while seeing the moon glisten off the med! It's a working lemon plantation so you're surrounded by trees and lemons and people at work here and there. The camping aspect can feel a little like an add on as there are bits of equipment here and there and the kitchen facilities a bit of a hodge podge but once you get over this fact it's actually a really enjoyable part of the experience. You can walk down the hill to sunbathe on some rocks right on the sea and jump in and climb off easily. There's a small beach but you need to swim to it, which makes taking a towel not possible without a waterproof bag. The rocks are fine though. Final point to note is that the campsite is on a steep hill with a LOT of steps. Getting around to use the facilities can be a test of the heart and lungs! Definitely left a lot fitter than i arrived. Ben the owner was fantastic and very helpful and even gave us a free bottle of limoncello made by the lemons there as a leaving present. Wouls love to return.
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Date of stay: June 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Jaspa P wrote a review Apr 2015
Melbourne, Australia64 contributions96 helpful votes
This property is divine. The room was very nice, lots of light, gorgeous bed, very clean, mosquito nets. The only thing which could be added is bathroom amenities. The rooms have private entrances and are low off the road. Location is on the main Amalfi coast road, however the rooms are below road level so it is reasonably quiet. There is a trillion lemon trees on site and you see them as you take a wander down the old rustic pathway to the bay (part of the agriturismo property). The service was exceptional. The owners are lovely people. You have the option of walking five minutes down the road for breakfast in a close by hotel (divine breakfast setting) and having breakfast on the balcony with a 5* view over Maiori Amalfi coast. The only problem is it came at an additional cost. Yet, we didn't miss this opportunity any day, highly recommended. The hosts arranged a day tour for us to Capri and swimming along the way in a small 6 guest yacht. It was reasonably priced (although you could probably source & book yourself cheaper) and we had a splendid day, conveniently departed and returned to Maiori. The view from the room we had was a dream. A very romantic stay. Location is a great point if you have a car to see right down to Amalfi, Positano and beyond. Ravello a must do, very nice little town a short drive away. There is off site parking. There is a bus stop out the front for commuting. We stayed 3 nights and loved it. Value for money.
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Date of stay: July 2014
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Stephanie H wrote a review Apr 2014
Cambridge,7 contributions3 helpful votes
I cannot put into words the greatness this property is hiding! The owners are so welcoming and helpful with any questions. They were so nice and happy to have us staying in their place. My husband and I stayed here with my parents. We both had our own apartment and my parents had the bottom one with the doors opening to a garden area where we grilled and ate dinner many nights. Not to mention the endless card games played around the outdoor table with the garden lights. The walk to the beach is definitely a hike, but totally worth it and not bad enough to keep us away every single day. We especially loved the early morning hike down the the water. We also enjoyed a few dinners (picnic style) down the steps in the lemon groves. The lemons are perfect for an added flavor to our water and the orange tree was producing a great snack as well! The lemon grove was unreal beautiful and such a relaxing environment. There are only 3 rooms available so you will pretty much have the entire mountain side to yourself. We felt like celebrities being able to get away from the crowds. The town of minori and Maiori are just a short trip away and is where we ate dinner most nights. We rented a car which gave us great flexibility. We visited in April when the crowds were slim so I'm not sure a car would work out as great during the summer. If you are travelling during off peak, I would definitely suggest it. It is not as scary driving as some say. Overall, great place to stay and i would recommend for anyone!
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Date of stay: April 2014
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Elizabeth H wrote a review Jul 2013
Napoli32 contributions19 helpful votes
We were only able to have a 3-night stay, but it was enough to recharge and relax in this wonderful setting. I didn't realise that there were still such places left on the Amafi Coast. Great welcome from Beniamina and Venturino, who were waiting to meet us on arrival hand over the Keys. Our studio was large and very well-furnished, with a comfortable bed and good-sized bathroom. The outside had a terrace with sea-view and ample space to eat. The walk down to the sea was quite a way down, but well worth it. I was often the only one down there until about 10 o'clock, when the boats started to arrive, although there weren't that many despite it being July. The scenery is spectacular. Highly recommended!
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Date of stay: July 2013
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kdgAiken wrote a review Jul 2013
Aiken SC39 contributions20 helpful votes
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When we first drove up to what we thought was the address, we found was a large boarded up estate, and we were a little worried. But once we were shown to our cottages, we were very pleased, We had two cottages, both renovated with good furnishings. The beds were comfortable. The porches and yard have amazing views of the sea. The air conditioning was not working in the upstairs unit, but we had cool nights and good breezes, so it was not a problem. There are tables outside so that you can have a meal and enjoy the view, but have some bug repellent on hand in the evenings. The property is secluded and is in a lemon grove, but you can be in town in just a few minutes. We did go down the 300 stairs to the sea, but you still have to climb down some rocks to get to the water and then swim to the beach. We have older children, so it was fun for them, but not something I would do with young children. The hike back up was a little rough, but if you are in decent shape it is worth it. We loved staying here and would recommend it to all our friends, but you should know what to expect before you book.
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Date of stay: June 2013
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PRICE RANGE
$90 - $119 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
ItalyCampaniaProvince of SalernoAmalfi CoastMaiori
NUMBER OF ROOMS
3
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Frequently Asked Questions about Bella Baia Relais
Which popular attractions are close to Bella Baia Relais?
Nearby attractions include Ceramiche Cosmolena di Margherita di Palma (2.6 miles), Sol’Art Ceramiche (4.2 miles), and Amalfi Musical (3.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Bella Baia Relais?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and barbeque facilities.
Which room amenities are available at Bella Baia Relais?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Bella Baia Relais?
Guests can enjoy barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Bella Baia Relais?
Yes, free parking and paid private parking on-site are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Bella Baia Relais?
Conveniently located restaurants include Baglio Amalfi Italian Bistrò Cucina, Vino & Drinks, Dea mangiona, and Baffone Gelateria Artigianale.
Is Bella Baia Relais located near the city center?
Yes, it is 1.0 miles away from the center of Maiori.
Are pets allowed at Bella Baia Relais?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Bella Baia Relais?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to Bella Baia Relais?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Villa Cimbrone Gardens (2.5 miles), Villa Rufolo (2.5 miles), and Duomo di Ravello (2.5 miles).