Carlo and Rosaria and son Alessandro Scoppa made us feel like family from the first day. We stayed in what was formerly part of the nuns'choir of the monastery. We had a spacious suite with a barrel vault ceiling, a table and chairs, a small balcony with chairs, and a niche with a sink and counter for making tea or coffee. Signore Carlo made us scrambled eggs and bacon every day for breakfast the ten days that we stayed, his wife made the most scrumptious and moist Caprese cake we ever ate, and always fruit, yogurt, assorted breads and toast and cappuccino. They loaned us beautiful picture books that son Alessandro spent a couple of hours explaining some of the history of the island and the various villas. Signora Rosaria generously washed our clothes and did not charge us. On our last day as we were checking out, Alessandro ran to catch us at the bus station to give us a cell phone cord we had forgotten. God willing, we cannot wait to stay with them again!…
Lovely quirky B&B in a beautiful part of Capri. Owners were very welcoming and helpful with local restaurant recommendations and a map and what to do in the area. Ana Capri is a bit quieter than Capri town and has a lovely charm. The chair lift from the centre goes to the top of the island with great views all around.
Wonderful B&B clean, friendly and welcoming the hospitality was second to none. The only place to stay in Anacapri. A wonderful gem of a place. I would highly recommend.The owners are charming and made us feel welcome from the second we stepped foot on the door. They went above and beyond I making our stay wonderful.
We stayed for a couple of days in the Antico Monastero. The location is lovely Our room was nicely decorated, large and had good facilities eg. a fridge. Our hosts did their best to make us feel welcome. They gave us great tips for restaurants, beaches, and places to visit. Highly recommended if you want to fully enjoy Capri!
I spent two nights in the low season on Capri and had the pleasure to stay in this cute B&B up in Anacapri. The rooms are beautifully decorated and take you back to good old times (in a good way!). Comfortable beds, clean and light rooms and valuable tips from the family members for what to explore on the island. They are so helpful and make you feel right at home. Since Capri is generally quite expensive, this is probably the nicest of all the affordable places on the island.
We liked the location, close to everything but tucked away next to a fascinating church in lovely Anacapri and accessible by bus to everywhere we wanted to go in Capri. We loved all of Capri, but Anacapri is quieter and less touristic. Our kind and friendly hosts greeted us and told us all about the area, restaurants, hiking, places of interest, buses, ferries, etc. complete with maps and timetables. One highlight -- they knew where and when to see the sunset on the cliffs, which we hiked to, with an excellent restaurant nearby that drove us back for free. The comfortable room turned out to be a furnished apartment, which was a bonus. It is in an old convent and is very homelike. They made us cappuccino and offered a nice breakfast in a lovely parlor room. One small wish was for some TV in English for the little time we spent in our room. There are many stations, all in Italian. Maybe there were closed captions in English - we never asked. If we return to Capri we will certainly stay here again.…
The room we had left had the bathroom outside the room which is not so comfortable. Anyway it was super clean and very nice host. The rooms are too small and at night we had the two nights two different shows in the square just over our room so it was a bit difficult to rest. Breakfast is served by the owner and very delicious. He was a nice man. In the room you can find a little fridge with some drinks, a kettle, coffee, tea, etc. We had a good time.
Antico Monastero is a small, nicely remodeled B&B in the old town of Anacapri. Our room was large with a small kitchenette and bathroom, and a small balcony. On one wall were the faint remains of a frescoe. The owners were very helpful, recommending walks and other attractions. (We did take a several hour walk outside the town of Capri, which was one of the most beautiful walks we have ever been on.) Breakfast was fine, and the owners packed breakfast for us the next morning since we had to leave early to catch the ferry. The fall is a great time to visit Capri because the weather can be quite nice and the island isn't crowded. It is truly a beautiful island, and should we return we will stay at Antico Monastero.
I didn't know what to expect with this B&B but it ended up being quite the experience. It screams history as soon as the door opens. The host was very friendly, he offered a great breakfast and was helpful with learning the area. I stayed in one of the rooms with the shared bathroom. I didn't have any issues with that. The location is perfect! I only stayed one night which was fine but it's very dusty so I I don't think I could have stayed much longer. If you are looking for an affordable, centrally located, and unique B&B, this is the place for you. :)
My fiancée and I stayed here for three nights in August. We arrived in the early evening and met the lovely Carlo. He was warm and friendly from the onset and said that he would go through some local recommendations of things to do the following morning. He asked whether we were sisters and we explained that we were engaged which he congratulated us on. He recommended a good restaurant for dinner that evening - Materita, a great place with lovely food and relatively cheap for Capri. We stayed in the economy room. It was equipped with a fan to keep us cool and a fridge with drinks in and where you can also keep your own items. The bed was comfortable and the room was a good size - plenty of space for the two of us and there is another bed so the room could actually accommodate three people. In the morning we went to breakfast. We enjoyed warm croissants, cappuccino, fruit and juice. Carlo and his son were both there and both were really friendly. Carlo gave us a map of the island and explained lots of good things to do during our stay. He took the time to talk us through the map and how to get to places. Each day that we were there he asked about our day and what we had done the night before, telling us about any events that were going on that day/ evening. Carlo and his family are super hosts and I throughly recommend this wonderful B and B to anyone staying on Capri!…
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