We stayed 3 nights at this lovely B&B. Located on the 2nd floor of an apartment building with a lift.
Our room was lovely, clean and comfortable with a small ensuite. The B& B was attractively decorated. While the room was fairly large, there was only a very small table and small beside tables, so limited space to put anything down, except for the (clean) floor. This wasn't a big issue, but it would be good to have a little more table or shelf space.
We have extremely limited Italian and the owner, Alessia, had extremely limited English. Still we managed to communicate the important things like whether we wanted tea or coffee for breakfast,where was a good place to eat and where to catch the bus to Amalfi.
Breakfasts were fine and one evening when we came home we were greeted by Alessia's mother who insisted we have some of her delicious homemade strawberry cake.
The B&B is a bit of a hike from the train station, but is walkable. There are buses if you know where to catch them.More