x The average starting price for a place to stay in Cinque Terre is £49 per night.
Via Paola Olivieri 8 LevantoOutstanding 100%
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!
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.
johnconsidine34 The accommodation is central, very clean and Barbara made us very welcome. As an added bonus her English is very good!
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:-)
arhodyl Arrived early because of train strike and we were able to check in at about 9:30am. Very convenient. Very helpful and friendly host. Very good value for money.
fabrice.demares Very nice place. Only one negative point : there is no window in this room, only a transparent peace of wall. This was disappointing when we arrived in the room after booking it via the Internet... This fact should be mentioned on the website before you pay...
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.
emilyand This was a great hotel in Riomaggiore, not too far from the train station. The staff was so helpful and friendly! The beds were comfortable, the shower was hot, and the air conditioning worked well. There was a mini fridge in our room which was very convenient! We had a top floor room with a great view! We traveled light (only carried backpacks), so the stairs weren't bad. If you have heavy suitcases, I would suggest asking for a room on a lower floor. The wifi only worked near the reception (might work in the lower floor rooms as well), but it was free and worked well when we were connected. The breakfast was great! Cereal, yogurt, juice, croissants, cheese, prosciutto, and excellent warm beverages. The cappuccinos were a great start to our day of hiking! Definitely would recommend this hotel!
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!!
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