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ronald.steffen With its nice and clean rooms Ca'del Golfo is a comfortable place to stay as a starting point for exploring Cinque Terre. The very rich breakfast with delicious focaccia was served on the backyard terrace. The service was very friendly and Andrea was very helpful, providing tips and local infos. We also really appreciated he took the time to pick us up at the train station. We highly recommend Ca'del Golfo!
pgavazzi If you are looking for a quiet, relaxing stay in one of the smallest villages of Cinque Terre, La Masarda is th eplace to rent! We really enjoyed everything, from the service to the cleanliness and espcially the restaurants and shops 2 minutes from our doorsteps, The matress could have been a bit more comfortable, but the rest of the facilities were top notch. Wifi doesn't reach in the bedroom, which could be a plus or minus depending on your notion of "vacation" ;) Hope you all enjoy your stay in Cinque Terre, Paolo and Roxana
akakris04 My husband and I stayed at Il Girasole during our stay in Cinque Terre and we absolutely LOVED it. Stefano was incredibly helpful, Corniglia was by far our favorite of the 5 towns, and the room was charming, comfortable, and quiet. Admittedly, the room is at the top of a lot of stairs (63 to be exact - I counted after one long hike), but the payoff is the stunning view from the balcony - you overlook the hills, the town, and you can see some of the sea. Restaurants and stores are literally right outside, the people in Corniglia are the friendliest that I have met in Italy,and the town retains it's Italian small town charm without getting swept away by Cinque Terre's increasing popularity and tourism. Honestly, we couldn't have been happier and when we return to Cinque Terre (whether it's in 2 or 20 years), we will seek out Il Garisole again.
jennyvanrijckev There was a little confusion about the apartment we rented at first. There are four different apartments and we thought we rented a different one but our stay was very good. The apartment was very nice and located in the center of the town near the ocean. The lady that owns the apartments is also very nice.
robynholme We were at first alarmed that the Lunarossa Hotel was 12km from La Spezia, and the cost of taxis is prohibitive! (and on the night we arrived by train at 11pm there weren't any taxis!!) But we need not have worried, because the family who run this Hotel, were so obliging in collecting us and dropping us off in La Spezia, (no matter what time of the night we called them,) which is where the train and boats leave for the Cinque Terre. So in actual fact it turned out to be a blessing to wake up in the mornings in the mountains with the quiet, the birds and the fresh air. The breakfast, which was included, was also delicious and plentiful, which certainly isn't always the case in Italy. And the hosts were totally delightful. I'd recommend this place anytime.
chenchenpamperu My stay in ospitalia del mare was very good. The receptionist was very nice and helpful. The place is very near and clean. Cant complain at all except there is no kitchen. But everything is good.
sarahdoyle We were a couple staying in this apartment for 4 nights. We were so incredibly impressed with not only the accommodation, but also with the little village itself. We cooked every day in the fully equipped kitchen upstairs, but eating out in town was quite reasonably priced as well. The bedroom had air-con and an ensuite, and upstairs had the kitchen with a couch, dining table. fridge, etc. Outside was a little eating area, and then you also had the roof terrace, with another seating area and views (glimpses) of the ocean. The accommodation price was fantastic value for money. The lady who owned the apartment, Elizabetta, was extremely helpful and was always too happy to give guidence and advice with all our questons. The village, Corniglia, was definitely the quietest of all 5 villages along the Cinque Terre. Therefore if you are after a quiet and relaxing time, with hardly as many tourists, this is the place for you. There is also an amazing rock beach down at the base of Corniglia, which is gorgeous and not crowded at all. Fantastic for sun-bathing and swimming. We are definitely coming back again next year!!
rodentravels Idilic if you are a traveller looking for somewhere to kick back and relax. I was in a single room which yes was small but when you have a beautiful court yard to sit in who really cares. Max people who can stay here is 8 so very peaceful. Megan is a very generous and warm hostess. Her attention to detail to make your stay as easy and as comfortable as possible is awesome. The apartment look great as well and had cooking facilities. Monterosso is the best of the villages to stay in has a little bit more about it yet remains quaint and not very busy. My experience staying here will be one I remember for a long time. If u want to chillax near beautiful coastline staying here is an absolute must Thanks Megan for helping to create the memories:-)
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