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We stayed four nights at Il Parco in the beginning of September 2017.
It was a great stay! The B&B was really nice, located quietly in the hills above the town. There was a Shuttle service to take us up and down, but you can...More
This is a gorgeous B&B up on the steep hillside overlooking Monterosso. We booked 4 nights here for our minimoon and we're SO happy to be up in the peaceful quietness and not down in the madness of the town. The pool is a gorgeous...More
My husband and I enjoyed three nights here. It was so wonderful and unexpected. Marta and her family do everything to make your stay perfect. We enjoyed having breakfast each morning. There is a shuttle to take you into and out of town or you...More
We were picked up near the train station by a member of staff from Il Parco who drove us the short distance to the hotel, got us checked in, provided us with a complimentary Aperol Spritz & showed us round our room.
The room itself...More
We made reservations early witch turned out to be good as this B&B is very popular for good reason. Getting off the train in Monterosso we accessed the shuttle and David brought us up the hill to arrive at B&B il Parco where check in...More
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We stayed in a classic ocean view room. It was on the ground floor with a patio (private but separated from the next room's patio by some citrus bushes and certainly within earshot) and had a beautiful ocean view. Balcony... More
We stayed in a classic ocean view room. It was on the ground floor with a patio (private but separated from the next room's patio by some citrus bushes and certainly within earshot) and had a beautiful ocean view. Balcony rooms were on the first floor (In Europe the first floor is one floor up.)