Breakfast was served in the dining room, either inside or on the terrace, depending on the weather. There was a wonderful buffet of fresh fruit, cereals, cheese, hams, salami, and cakes and bread baked in house.
Campania is home to some of the best mozzarella in Italy as well as the sweetest tomatoes the land can offer, and shamelessly, I had platefuls of both during our stay there.
There was a particular emphasis on local produce – especially cheeses and pastries. A variety of freshly cooked items were available to order, including Caruso Eggs - poached, then grilled under a slice of mozarella, and served on a fine layer of toast.