The exquisite old villa of Cimbrone is located in a park on an area of 6 hectares on the rocky cape of Cimbronium, which is famous for its observation deck Terrazza dell'Infinito in the town of Ravello on the Amalfi Coast. The first mention of the villa dates back to the 11th century and was previously a farmhouse, which for many centuries belonged to several famous Italian families. Over time, the agricultural land took on the appearance of an exquisite park with a garden and a New Building, ennobled with beautiful paths, lawns, statues and other architectural elements. But soon the villa Cimbrone again became abandoned and only by the end of the 19th century, the villa was acquired by the famous English traveler, Earl Grimthorpe, who created there in truth "one of the best places on earth". English and Italian architects and gardeners took part in the creation of the new villa, new plants, temples, buildings, fountains and statues were added. For weddings, the villa accommodates up to 120 people for the ceremony and banquet and offers different locations for them. Accommodation - 19 rooms.