x The average starting price for a place to stay in Cinque Terre is £27 per night.
Via Paola Olivieri 8 LevantoOutstanding 96%
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!
superdaves Rina is a beautiful Italian lady who speaks no English but is like and Auntie you have never met. She loves visitors and is always pleased to see you. If you cant find her place head to the Blue Marlin and ask Massimo where she is. Great small town community. Beautiful clean room with the best bathroom I've seen in Italy. Go stay there and have your phrase book ready. Cash only.
eloiseshor Fabulous location, amazing view. Very clean. Easy to deal with the owner. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Thought the apartment might have been a little more set up for self catering, only because it was an apartment, but there is no kitchen facility. There is however a fridge, kettle, tea, coffee etc. Overall very pleased with the experience, and such great value.
mcleod.kat Ostello Tramonti is beautiful and in a quaint little town. The breakfast was very tasty and at a great value. The hostel was not very full, so the two of us had a room to ourselves. Only concern is - it is NOT "aside the breathtaking coast of the Five Lands (Cinque Terre)." It's a haul by bus and tricky by car. It was still worth it for us - but be sure to note that it is not in Cinque Terre.
eileensoh1 Location was fantastic. The owner's sister also has a restaurant on top of the same street La Torre which was fantastic and very reasonably, a tucked away restaurant that hardly anyone knew about.
brodie-lee The room was nice, comfy bed and very clean. Nice hot showers but for some reason only one of the two bathrooms was available for use - this made getting ready for the day a little difficult when sharing between 3 rooms. The description included free wifi, heating and nice views - all of which we had paid for but could not access. Probably one of the cheapest options in Cinque Terre for budget travelers but not really worth €55+.
missyt Fantastic hostel in Corniglia, the middle of the 3 towns. The hostel was right in the town, so no need to drag luggage up hundreds of stairs. Beautiful restaurants nearby, and pizza and sandwich bars. A lovely quiet town with great swimming. The staff were friendly and the place was super clean. The only downside was that breakfast (EU3) wasn´t great, but I would definately go back again. I was so sad to leave!!
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.
Localita Gea 5 La Spezia, Deiva Marina,19013Very Good 79%
rwarehampo The staff was competent and courteous, the grounds were neat and well maintained, and the tents were adequate for our needs. Overall, a great stay!
zegi61 The room has a fantastic location in the middle of Vernazza. Everything is close by. The room is ideal for 2 people. It is also newly renovated. We had some problems with the service at the beginning, the man is very short tempered, but in the end it was okay and we got along fine. The path through the 5 villages is closed, so you can only walk through 2 of them (the path between Vernazza to Monterosso is open and costs about 7 Euros). There is no parking place for cars. You must leave your car in La Spezia and then travel to Vernazza by train (one way ticket costs about 2,70 Euros). I would recommend this apartment to future travelers.
bginty We got upgraded to a suite kind of deal when we got there, because someone had come a night early and taken our spots. It was really good--we had our own kitchen and bathroom and living room. We were at one of the better locations I believe, not too far up the hill. The owner was very nice and helpful, but you'll have to call when you reach the office because usually no one is there. We also had to call him and ask about the stove (which you have to light). Overall good experience and great value, but it might've been unusual because we got lucky.
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