B&B Il Roseto

Address: Corso Italia, 304, Sorrento, Campania, 80067, Italy | 1 star b&b
 
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Location

This 1 star B&B, located on Corso Italia, 304, Sorrento, is near Piazza Tasso, Il Vallone dei Mulini (Deep Valley of the Mills), Correale di Terranova Museum, and Sorrento Cooking School.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews B&B Il Roseto Sorrento

    Quaint b&b with exceptionally high standard of rooms

    from

    Despite the time of year (it was nov afterall) and the weather (it rained, a lot), this place was a haven after a days sight seeing and people watching (the Italian way!).

    Our room was nothing short of magnificent. Beautifully tiled floors and bathroom, with pristine ornate solid wood Italian furniture that was as new. The bed was extremely comfortable and huge! The bathroom was a good size and the room even had a flat screen TV and a reasonably priced mini bar which we used on several occassions.

    Breakfast was your standard continental affair normally served out on the patio we ate in the owners home due to the inclimate weather.

    Our hosts were warm, friendly and welcoming. The room was meticulously cleaned daily and we really could not find any fault.

    Exceptionally good value for Italy, a truly excellent choice for your stay.

    'ABSOLUTLELY THE BEST"

    from

    My wife and I recently stayed at Il Roseto along with my son and his wife and his in-laws for a week. we had three seperate rooms,all were very clean!!

    The Bed & Breakfast is conveneantly located, within walking distance to Sorrento Square, boats to Naples or Capri,fine restaurants,shopping, you name it.

    Michele and his staff were very accommodating and went out of there way on many occasions to make us feel welcome and comfortable.

    One busy evening Michele drove ahead of us to direct us to a fine restaurant so we wouln't get lost. Another busy morning his brother broke away from breakfast to drive a young man to the bus station.

    I highly recommend this Bed & Breakfast, great value and would absolutlely go back!!!

    Fantastico

    from

    We just spent four days at this most delightful, clean, well decorated and

    quiet/cozy B & B. It is a short walk to Piazza Tasso and the bus and train stations. The family couldn't be nicer, helpful or more accomodating. It

    was damp outside at breakfast time so Michael invited us into their

    kitchen. It was also a perfect opportunity to check out our daily plans

    with the family members. Travel suggestions as well as sights and

    restaurants were all on the money!!!....After many big hotels with

    difficult front office staffs, a few days at this B & B was perfect...

    It was also very reasonably priced...Once the secret is out..the

    price will definitely rise.

    A wonderful place!

    from

    The Il Roseto is located in the quiet part of the main street, Corso Italia, not far from the city center. It has a private garage (for free).

    The place is rather new, reasonably priced, very clean and well maintained. The rooms are lovely and all equipped with private shower and cable TV (one of the rooms has a kitchen too). The owners of the place are very nice and helpful (they speak English!). Breakfast is good with fresh squeezed orange juice. We enjoyed our stay there! For more details see the website: [--]

    Great Accommodation

    from

    Stayed at Il Roseto Bed and Breakfast when we were in Sorrento recently. The rooms are great value for money, spotlessly clean, and spacious. The B&B is a family business, and they are all really friendly, and go out of their way to help you with anything you need. breakfast on the terrace is lovely and relaxing. I would definitely recommend staying at Il Roseto, as it is a good base for touring this area.

    Il Roseto B&B was Perfect!

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    Our family of 4, which includes a 10 and 12 year old, stayed at Il Roseto B&B for a week. It was perfect for us! They have a mini-apartment which contains a small kitchenette as well as a loft bedroom. The owners and particularly Michele, were so helpful, friendly and accommodating. He recommended the private beach complex where he takes his family, and it was a wonderful experience. We enjoyed our walks to town and were very grateful to not be in the center of Sorrento, but near everything. The room opened up to a view of the garden which was so pretty. We loved sitting out in front of our room at our table/umbrella surrounded by lush gardens. We will always remember fondly our visit. We recommend this B&B to everyone.

    Il Roseto, a perfect B&B

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    My partner and 2 teenage children have just returned form a 9 day stay in Sorrento. Il Roseto was a perfect base. The rooms were comfortable, clean and stylish. It was hot, hot ,hot but our air conditioning cooled the room in seconds. The owners were helpful but unobtrusive. They offered lifts to the ferry port and transported us and our luggage to the the airport bus stop. Their advice on travel and restaurants was extremely reliable. They recommended a marvellous, tranquil restaurant with seating on a balcony over the sea and kindly drove us there and picked us up-on a Friday night. Breakfast was fresh orange juice, croissant, rolls and any coffee or tea you desired. We were always greeted with a smile and the owners had a gentle sense of humour and were always welcoming. The atmosphere was so relaxing after the hustle and bustle of Sorrento. The hotel was surounded with lovely roses, lemon trees, cacti and other lovingly maintained plants. I cannot praise this B&B enough. The staff are working incredibly hard to make their guests stay a pleasure. If you do choose to book accomodation here you will not be disappointed.

    Fabulous B&B in Sorrento

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    My husband and I and another couple stayed at the Il Roseto in May. The rooms were clean and comfortable. Breakfast consisted of fresh sqeezed orange juice and the freshest pasteries I have ever had. The service was fabulous and the owners even provided transportation to the Circumsuviana station. I would highly recommend the Il Roseto to anyone staying in Sorrento.

    Wonderful B&B

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    My husband and I stayed at Il Roseto this past April. The rooms are clean, tastefully decorated and the location is wonderful. It is easy (about 1 mile) walk to town. The hosts are friendly and so accomodating. They took us to the ferry dock and answered all questions. We would love to go back!

    A Wonderful Place to Stay

    from

    Il Roseto is one of the best B&Bs we have stayed in. Very quiet and comfortable but very convenient to the town. Although it is on the main street, it is well back from the road, and the rooms border on the beautiful lemon garden at the back. The level of service was outstanding--the owners could not have done enough for us. When they found out it was our anniversary, they upgraded us for one night for free. They provided free shuttle service to a wonderful restaurant, the ferry dock, and the train station. And they even let us use their laptop as much as we wanted to check our e-mail and download our pictures from our digital camera. Highly recommended!

    TripAdvisor Reviews B&B Il Roseto Sorrento

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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