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Casale Pie d'Eco

Via Costa, 84080 Calvanico Italy
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Casale piè is Calvanico and extends between chestnut and olive trees for 40 acres to 470 mt. above sea level and overlooking a pristine valley where you can hear the echo and reach and sight of the Gulf of Naples ....Guests are accommodated in a former reserve that the ancestors of the host used for resting during the hunting boar and fox.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
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Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Business Centre with Internet Access
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Alessandro S wrote a review Oct 2016
2 contributions1 helpful vote
We had an amazing time in such a special and relaxing place...wonderful service, great food and what a view. It is great value and extremily quiet, the perfect place if you are looking for somewhere to relax. We will be back, Alex
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Date of stay: April 2016
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Elena C wrote a review Sep 2016
London, United Kingdom7 contributions6 helpful votes
The most charming and enchanted place surrounded by the magic chestnut trees typical of the area. Great attention to details and care for the guests. Authentic beauty, off the beaten track. A visit for a fantastic (and reasonably priced) lunch overlooking the hills or a couple of night stay in the nice rooms (decorated with period furniture) must not be missed. Bravo.
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Date of stay: May 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Layla H wrote a review Jul 2016
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First, some comments that might make things easier for travellers considering this getaway: Communication regarding lunch and dinner was not clear when booking. Meals apparently have to be booked ahead of time, or one has to eat off the farm at nearby village restaurants (La Vetta, owned by a friend of our host, has great pizza). We were completely alone at the farm at most times. That was, on the one hand, great, because it was quiet and serene, but, on the other hand, there was no obvious access to amenities, so when we needed something, we had to make a phone call or email (e.g., we wanted to put some leftovers and drinks in the fridge and had to ask Carla to get someone to come out and let us into the kitchen -- and although she was ultimately very accommodating, this arrangement was a bit awkward); access to the kitchen would have helped. People with a fear of dogs might be intimidated by the large sheep dogs outside the property. A note about the WIFI: the building materials in the area tend to mess with WiFi transmission. So, although there is free, working WiFi, it may not always work well in the rooms; but we never had any trouble with WiFi on the back patio. The upsides, though, far outweigh the points mentioned above: Wonderful, friendly, accommodating hosts (Silvio and Carla); gorgeous, serene mountain location; beautiful antique farmhouse; comfortable, clean room/bed; great expansive property for hiking and picnicking. Easy access to the Amalfi coast, Pompeii, Naples etc. The one meal that was cooked for us on the farm was splendid (8 courses of local dishes at a very reasonable price) and La Vetta, the pizzeria in town had better pizza than in Naples. The friendly pet dogs and one (sweet) feral cat on the property plus the fascinating and beautiful working Maremma sheep dogs that herd the goats outside the property added charm to the overall atmosphere. Also: the breakfast was the best we ever had in Italy. We got fresh pastries from the bakery (not the packaged kind), blood orange juice and great coffee.
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Date of stay: July 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
zloderer wrote a review Jun 2016
Prague, Czech Republic3 contributions
Four days spent in June 2016 in a great garden under old famous chestnut, hazelnut and olive trees and famous hospitality of Silvio 'recharged our batteries' to full power. You can understand all of that only when you are there personally. I am sure you will taste mails you even never imagined you can eat. Do not hesitate and try!!! Alena and Zoltan Loderer
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Date of stay: June 2016
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Phil C wrote a review Sep 2015
Leeds, United Kingdom207 contributions47 helpful votes
We returned to Calvanico with some friends (it was their first time) for our summer holiday... what a welcome we received! It appears that the lovely Paola and Silvio are taking more of a back seat and their daughter Carla is now in charge on a day to day basis. She couldn't be more helpful or enthusiastic, so much so that it felt like being in our own home! Breakfast was always plentiful and beautifully presented every morning by Filomena at a time to suit us. The evening meals were a delight and a surprise, possibly even better than last year. Full compliments must go to Nadia the chef along with Carla for devising the menus and being a brilliant hostess. I've not been in the company of such consistently happy people for a while! As previous the rooms were of a high standard with fresh towels and bedding continually. Absolutely no complaints from us and we'll definitely be going back. While we were staying here we had a visit from an Italian friend that lived some 20 minutes away. He couldn't believe how beautiful a location it is, how lovely the property is and how helpful everyone was when he arrived.... that says it all. WELL DONE CARLA AND HER TEAM!
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Date of stay: August 2015
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: All the rooms have good views overlooking the mountains and are quiet.
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ItalyCampaniaProvince of SalernoCalvanico
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Frequently Asked Questions about Casale Piè d'Eco
Which popular attractions are close to Casale Piè d'Eco?
Nearby attractions include Collegiata San Michele Arcangelo (6.5 km), Area Pic-Nic Agriturismo Torchia (7.4 km), and Panificio e Pasticceria INGINO (5.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Casale Piè d'Eco?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Casale Piè d'Eco?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Casale Piè d'Eco?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Casale Piè d'Eco?
Conveniently located restaurants include chiAvòCOTTechiAvòCRUR, Taverna Dei Buoni Amici, and On The Run American Pub.
Is Casale Piè d'Eco located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.4 km away from the centre of Calvanico.
Are pets allowed at Casale Piè d'Eco?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Casale Piè d'Eco offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to a business centre and a banquet room during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Casale Piè d'Eco?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Chiesa dei XII Apostoli (6.7 km).
Is Casale Piè d'Eco accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.