ANACAPRI - Colette House, in the heart of Anacapri, just a few steps from the piazza San Nicola, was named after the famous French author Madame Colette, who bought it and lived there for a long time. The house, built in 1700, was part of the monastery of San Michele and keeps the construction characteristics of the times. Madame Colette added on the property a fenced garden marked by a colonnade that, from its ogival arches, let the visitor enjoy a non conventional view of the panorama.
The property consists in a main unit with a rooftop lounge which leads to a spectacular terrace on level, two bedrooms and a large bathroom with walk in closet. Another bathroom exterior is also at the service of the garden. The kitchen, situated downstairs, is spacious and is equipped with a dining room and a comfortable pantry. The magnificent garden, true heart of the home, has two different views: one side overlooks the incredible seaview of Anacapri's coast, while the other leads the eye on the equally charming entrance of the property.
The villa has a guest room with bathroom overlooking the garden, and two other independent units, the first one with one bedroom and an ensuite bathroom; the other with two bedrooms each one with its own bathroom plus a small kitchenette.