We found Villa Corradina through Summers in Italy.
The Villa itself was very spacious - two large bedrooms, two bathrooms. The master bedroom has a lovely view of the amalfi, the living room has a super comfy leather couch that's good to even have someone crash for the night. My favorite part of the villa was the balcony and the comfy chairs that overlook Priano and the sea - gorgeous, especially in the evening, when all the lights come on!
Giovanni who goes by Paulo, was super friendly and responsive to any of our concerns, answering our calls and explaining the area and apartment to us thoroughly. Great guy!
The private beach that comes with the villa can be accessed after climbing 180 steps, which are filled with vegetation - a pretty slippery climb, i don't recommend the climb down for kids or senior citizens, The beach is rocky, a nice private enclave if you want some privacy, a nice chair and the sound of waves, it's great. However, Not ideal if you're looking for some fine sand (drive to Amalfi for more of that)
Some Cons/Things to note - nothing major to overweigh the pros
1) 50 steep steps to get up. If you have hip issues/feel uneasy about climbing a 100 steps a day, don't stay here. That being said, my parents are 60+ with knee and hip issues, and they were fine (despite some initial struggles) and said they'd do it again for the space.
2) The Bathroom fittings - water pressure is not as strong as american water pressure Not an issue per se, but just something to note.
All is all, incredible value for money. We'll definitely be back!
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