It's just a great place.
The kitchen is well-equipped, it was no problem cooking for 8 people incl. a great pasta pot that could contain 1,5 kg. of pasta.
To drink morning coffee at sunrise under the lemon trees is a fierce competitor, to drinking sparkling wines under the lemon trees at sunset. We could look at the view for hours.
If I were to miss something it would be a grill! that was probably the only thing we missed.
Amalfi Coast as a holiday destination
As another person wrote, the local grocery store is very nice. The only thing we wanted to buy that we couldn't was raspberry jam and oatmeal. So if it's necessary you have to bring it yourself or buy it somewhere else. The local limoncello was pretty good and the small cheese, ham, sausage delicacy was pretty good! small selection but very tasty and good service as well as real local pride of local products.
The butcher has a very small selection, but it's tasty! meatballs, sausage, fresh mincemeat - yummy.
The local Pizza place (Nino - yellow awning) is fantastic! Pizza is very tasty, incredibly cheap and makes other good thing than pasta. I enjoyed a fantastic shrimp/ lemon risotto and his spaghetti carbonara is outstanding. And it's a very authentic experience , the unspoken rule of leaving a nice tip and then coming back works well here. We got pizza and beer upon arrival and ate here two additional times. Very recommended.
The "great" restaurant above the grocery store was a disappointment. Expensive (relatively), bland - with lukewarm antipasti among other things and the quality was below Nino's really.
We visited among other places Positano - and a tip here is that the whole town is a one way street with a lot of parking garages along the way, where they park and picks up the car for you. Nice to know when you, several kilometers out of town, sees a long line of parked cars in the side of the road and thinks - where should I park?
Moreover no excess on the car rental and automatic gear, is recommended. The Amalfi coast is very intricate and so is the mountain. The mountain roads was generally more comfortable than the coast.
We went to Il Sentiero degli Dei twice - we had to come back in better weather, because even though the clouds were dramatic, the view compleeeetely disappeared in them. Check the weather report for Borano.
A timing tip is to avoid rush hour around Rome and Naples - our flight got delayed, so we went into the trap both places. Not nice and it further delayed us.