It is hard to describe the extent of the hospitality of Gabriella and her daughter Maria, but we will give it a try. From the moment that we arrived, everything was just perfect.
Maria was there to greet us outside (even though we did not call prior to our arrival, they just keep good track of everything around their property to ensure that the guests are well looked after) and provided us with details on the surroundings and the room. A little while later she even knocked on our door to lend us a detailed hiking map as we indicated that we were interested to hike a lot during our 4 day stay.
Pursuant to her directions, we walked to Amalfi on our first afternoon there. The location of the B&B is great and very close to some well known hiking paths (such as Sentiero degli Dei) as well as some lesser know hiking spots. We were pleasantly surprised by this and made sure to hike every day. When we indicated that we would like to walk the Sentiero degli Dei one morning, Gabriella immediately offered us a ride by her daughter Maria to bring us to the starting point of the walk (which is in the Bomerano fraction of Agerola, a walk of approximately 2,5km). Maria drove us there when we were ready to depart and offered us an umbrella as it was raining, which was most kind. Alternatively, there is also a bus that services San Lazarro and that goes to Bomero with Amalfi as the end stop (which in its turn acts as a hub for departures to other tourist cities such as Praiano, Positano and Naples). While we had planned on renting a car (which did not go ahead due to unforeseen circumstances) we were actually quite pleased we did not as bus services are nice to get a view of the area, very cheap and very close to Nido degli Dei.
Besides this, Gabriella was there every morning to greet us in the breakfast room and make a lovely cappucino for us. Breakfast was very good, plenty to choose from with fresh fruits, yoghurt, bread, all sorts of cheese, meat and sweet furnishings.