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Reviewed 13 October 2014

We stayed with Annamaria and Paolo at Beata Solitudo while we were in Agerola for a week in September for a wedding. They were so kind and cordial. We also were enchanted with Elvira, their housekeeper. We want to return to Agerola in the spring as we fell in love with the town and its people. Annamaria, Paolo, and Elvira treated us as family. A special thank you to all of you for your special treatment of us. We will never forget our experience with you - e ci vediamo in maggio!!! Donna e Giacomo

Room tip: I have no recommendations - other than we were very happy with our room!
Date of stay: September 2014
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Reviewed 14 September 2014

I highly recommend Ostello Beata Solitudo. In a unique setting with vaulted ceilings in an ancient building you are staying in an inexpensive hostel full of character. The Amalfi coast is easily accessible by bus or walking trails (eg the beautiful 'Il Sentiero degli Dei).

Date of stay: September 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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1  Thank tinaaaj
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Reviewed 16 July 2014

Staying at this place was definitely a highlight. We stayed in the hostel section, in a room upstairs on a mezzanine level inside the arch of an old castle. Rooms and bathrooms were really clean, lockers available, good kitchen. BEAUTIFUL outdoor area - smells like jasmine (the place is covered with it). Agerola is quite a bit cooler than down on the coast, so after a long, hot day on the beach in Amalfi coming home to a Beata Solitudo was a cool and peaceful retreat. The owners were so nice and helpful. I didn't see the private rooms, but the campsite and cabins looked really cool if your into that! It's located literally in the centre of town, the bus stop just outside. An amazing local family restaurant around the corner where we ate most meals. Grocery store and cafés in the main square too. I will recommend this place to many!

Date of stay: July 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Emily D
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Reviewed 16 February 2014

Absolutely stunning place we booked via hosteling international site. Very beautiful setting, lovely little village that was all but shut down on the February evening we pulled in. We found a restaurant that was closed but gave us a few pizzas and cokes out of sympathy. The kitchen was phenomenal, the breakfast was better than any other in Italy. The staff was patient and supportive and gave good suggestions for things to do. It was expensive for hostels but worth it.

Date of stay: February 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank 541nancyw
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Reviewed 1 October 2013

Beata Solitudo stands for its name: blessed peace awaits you there in beautiful surroundings.Owners Annamaria and Paulo are the most organized hosts we have met anywhere recently, ready to provide you with photocopied timetables, maps of walks or a book on local history if you happen to be interested, as well as with practical advice.We had a bungalow, so were self-sufficient, which is easy with the small shops all around the main square. Buses run on time from Agerola but you may find it difficult to get back from Amalfi: when a bus is full-up, it leaves before time. Taxidrivers like ripping you off: the man we hired offered the ride Amalfi - S. Lazarro for 90 euros , he rounded that up to a hundred when we got in, and at the end refused to take us any longer than the first street in Bomerano.
Anyhow, this is about the campsite and it's superb!

Marton Scultety
Hungary

Date of stay: September 2013
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