Constructed in the 1950s, Maison La Minervetta in Sorrento is built right into a cliff overlooking an antique Italian fisherman’s village. Its 12 rooms offer breathtaking views of the Bay of Naples.
Maison La Minervetta offers the comforts of home in a spectacular location overlooking Sorrento’s enchanting Marina Grande.
Built by Don Giovanni Cacace in the 1950s, Maison La Minervetta returned to her descendants in 2003 and is now owned by Signora Adda and her son, Marco, an interior designer whose eye for beauty is evident throughout the property’s airy Mediterranean rooms.
The terraced grounds of Maison La Minervetta feature a large outdoor deck and grassy lounge area looking out onto the Bay of Naples. Inside, the rooms are dominated by huge arched windows that offer amazing views of the marina and ocean below. The boutique hotel’s dining room and kitchen are accessible to guests and feature stunning tilework on the floors and walls.