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All reviewsher daughterb bamalfi coastoverlooking the churchhalf waywouldn't stay anywhere elserestaurants and barsroom numberthe main roadsound of the wavesbed and breakfastbeautiful viewperfect locationhome away from homefew stepsour honeymoonwould definitely stay here again
What a view from the room - it was amazing!!!!
I booked this place via airbnb and it was probably the best airbnb I have booked so far.
The price is great for a place in the Amalfi Coast / Positano as it has the...More
Casa Cosenza was the highlight of our 3 week trip in Europe. We stayed in the blue room (best room in my opinion, just don't book it when we plan to come back... :D ) and it was incredible - high ceilings, really large and...More
My husband and I stayed at Casa Cosenza for three nights. We stayed in the pink room and as it was the end of the season we were the only guests there.
On arrival we were warmly greeted by Rafaella who explained everything to us...More
It was our first time in Positano and nothing could have prepared us for walking into our beautiful (pink) room to greet the view sat between our open balcony doors. We slept with them open every night as the view from our bed felt like...More
Fairly happy with our stay besides being asked to take our rubbish with us upon leaving. We were not told not to bring any food into the room on arrival so a little bit disappointing. Raffaela was super friendly and helpful. Beds were very hard...More
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We paid around 130 euro per night and stayed for 5 nights. It was very close to the beach so it was very convenient for us. Remember that Positano is a vertical city so there is a lot of climbing of stairs involved, so... More
We paid around 130 euro per night and stayed for 5 nights. It was very close to the beach so it was very convenient for us. Remember that Positano is a vertical city so there is a lot of climbing of stairs involved, so if you just plan to stay and lounge at the beach, then Casa Cosenza is perfect. I advise you take the boat to enter Positano, we didn't really enjoy the car ride. We only took the bus (which was such an effort because bus stop is a bit far) to see other sites in the coast of Amalfi. We went there in the beginning of June so it wasn't that hot yet. SO plan your trip around Spring or Summer so the sea in Positano and Amalfi wouldn't be that rough. Enjoy!