Mark Harrison


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Under the Sorrento Sun
Guest: mony (Montreal, Canada)
Date of Stay: 05/28/11 Review Submitted: 06/26/11

We were 7 women who stayed at the magical “Villa Miragalli” from May 28- June 3, 2011. It was an amazing experience under the Sorrento Sun”. We absolutely loved and enjoy every minute of our stay, from the moment we met Bruno to the beauty of the villa. The house is comfortable, cosy, convenient, and spacious. It easily had room for each of us to find our own little corner in the “sun.” The views rendered us speechless- we kept saying ” OMG ” or ‘ODM” in Italian. We pinched ourselves each day. The location was perfect. We had trouble leaving the villa to visit other places. We swam, read, chilled, drank and ate while looking over the vistas. it was also a perfect location for touring the coastline all the way to Ravello, Capri, and beautiful Sorrento. Great restaurants, from simple to perfect. Our favorite was home cooking with fresh produce from the wharf and market. Bruno, our host, was delightful and very helpful, taking care to accommodate us all. We might be back home but our hearts and mind are still at Villa Miragalli I have recommended the villa to many friends and definitely intend to come back with my family and friends. One of the best holidays ever. Monette

Owner response:Monette and friends, have been a amazing hosts, they really enjoyed the villa, the infinity pool and the location, we had a wonderful boat day trip to the Island of Capri and “Li Galli” isles on my boat, really fun! Ciao Bruno.

The finest property in Sorrento
Villa Miragalli is one of the best villas i have ever stayed in. We really Enjoyed it . the villa is around 7 kilometers from the heart of sorrento and around 15 kilometers from Positano. the view from the villa is exquisite.
the owner Bruno was extremely helpful and a pleasure to talk to. I would recommend this villa to anyone going to sorrento.

Amazing Villa with Breathtaking Views
My wife, parents, sister, niece and I all stayed at the Miragalli for a week in early October. The villa itself was fantastic! It had plenty of indoor and outdoor space for “togetherness” as well as individual privacy when those of us wanted some time alone. We were often torn between decisions to hit the tourist hotspots along the coast or just stay and enjoy the villa!

The views of the sea, coast and Li Galli islands were incredibly beautiful! The small town of Colli di Fontanelle was a very quiet, relaxing place to return after a day of sightseeing. The nearby Stelluccia Restaurant provided fantastic food for dine-in and delivery to the villa.

Bruno was a perfect host. He was always available to help with any questions we had or services needed. He even arranged someone to cook for us in the villa — a real treat!

Our visit to the Villa Miragalli will always remain in our minds one of the very best vacations ever taken!

A relaxing retreat!
Guest: Sue (Epsom, Surrey)
Date of Stay: 08/21/10 Review Submitted: 09/23/10

After 4 months of chemotherapy what my family and I really really needed was a rest. A “proper” holiday in spacious, comfortable, clean accommodation in a beautiful location. We got all this and more at Villa Miragalli. It was like a home from home only better! Even before we arrived Bruno was offering his help. The directions were spot on ( the photos helped!) so just for a change we didn’t get lost! The view just takes your breath away- every day we were there I took photos of it because you don’t tire of it! We had visited the area a few years previously so had already been to Capri, Pompei, Ravello, Sorrento town – all of which are well worth a visit. We ended up spending most of our time at the villa because it had almost everything we needed- stunning view, pool, table tennis, hot tub, sun beds, comfortable places to curl up with a book, shady terrace for lunch, a.c. indoors. After an initial Big Shop in Sorrento we could get topped up with lovely fresh bread, cheese, meat, veg etc at the small supermarket in the village. The people there were so friendly and helpful! Had ridiculously cheap pizza and a wonderful latte in the restaurant and coffee shop opposite. We did manage to tear ourselves away and go to the beach a few times because it was nice to have a proper swim! – Marina del Cantone was nice; pebble beach, car parking 10 euros a day, sun beds/parasols to hire. Also Marina di Puolo (mix of private and free beach- sandy) and Cala di Puolo (smarter but only private – pebbles) , parking 5 euros- on the road out of Sorrento on the way to Massa Lubrense. When we said we were going to Positano for dinner Bruno recommended the Hotel Pupetto on Fornillo beach, which was great and quite reasonably priced for Positano! We parked the car at the bottom of the town (very steep car parking prices bet 4 and 6 euros an hour!) and walked on down through the town to the beach- which looked lovely (also sandy) and then on round the headland; a short but beautiful walk especially as the sun is going down.We also has a nice and very reasonably priced meal at Los Stuzzichino ( I think that is how you spell it!) at S’Agata. Would I recommend this property to anyone looking for a break from the hustle and bustle of the world? Most definitely!