I agree with Pauline. We took this trip in 2008, but it seems like yesterday. The Cesare Agustus Hotel is pretty nice, European. Watch the slippery bathtub, and bring washcloths.
The home hosted visit to a private villa where the hostess grew olives and apricots for canning/selling, and lemon trees for limoncello liquor for personal and selling. The food and family were great.
The agri farm was interesting. I think there are several, so we liked the one we were on, but it didn't seem like "home hosted" as described, but like a country restaurant. I didn't go to the pizza making tour as we did something else. They had lodges to rent.
We didn't take the pre trip to Rome because we had been there twice befoe. If you are not sure you will get to Italy again, the pre or post trip to Rome is well worth it. Plenty of time to see most all. When we arrived in 2008 in Rome (not taking the pre-trip), we had to wait for hotel rooms, so we left luggage and walked (fast) to the Vatican Museum and luckily there was only a few people in line to get in. We had been there before but not to the Sistine Chapel; (renovations both times we were there). We rushed through the Museum to get to the the Chapel and spent a lot of time there as it is absolutely beautiful.
At the end of the trip, we were to spend 1 day in Rome; We spent that day going back to St. Peters Basilica and found it different, and another church on a different street that we had been to before, not sure name; To get into the Basilica was a long wait, but we made it; it was entirely different than the last time we saw it in 1975--no seats now. My husband is not Catholic, but he wouldn't miss seeing this beautiful place. We also visited the Catacombs again as well. Since we walk fast and don't read each and every painting, scene, etc., we could have done the Vatican museum again if we wanted to. Instead we went to the USO for Military Personnel and had a drink and bought cards and gifts. There are lots of places to sit and gaze at passersby.
You will have a great time. We had been in Sorrento in 1962 and wanted to go back in the worst way. It was great, many more shops and places to eat, taste limoncello,and just enjoy the Italian experience. We didn't go to the Isle of Capri in 2008--were there in 1962, but some people went there on their own, ask PD for but/train directions. I t hink that was in place of the pizza making tour.
Hope this helps