3.95km from Villa BrunellaAmazing value. It's up in a block of flats and the owner has an office outside just to the right of the entry. He speaks much better English than my Italian, but he may misunderstand some of your questions or points. To find it, go to the main piazza Vittorio Veneto (really a long pedestrianised wide street with outside cafe seating), put your back to the castle on the hill, keep walking keeping to the right and you'll enter a long main road stretching into the distance. Via Toscanini is about the 4th right turn and is well signed. The B+B is cheap at £41/Sept, but for that price isn't luxury of course. It's clean, the bed is comfortable (not hard), there's a fridge and air con. It's a little small but you could manage a long stay there with suit cases. Being in an apartment block you may hear Italian families through the wall; I heard a young boy in an argument with his parents at 10 pm one night, but he soon quietened and I had a good night's sleep. The manager sent us on a wild goose chase when he explained how to get to Paestum; he marked on the map to stand on the cinema side for the bus, whereas you need to be on the supermarket side!! For information, the travel agency for bus tickets (cheaper than paying on the bus) officially opens at 9 and can soon get a big queue; and not all bus companies accept these tickets. We departed at checkout time and the owner wasn't in the office, so I went back up and put the keys on the bed. Agropoli is a nice town with nice views and I'd like to return and stay in this B+B. There are some incredibly cheap restaurants with good food. The down side is the dangerous, busy traffic.