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Monterosso located in areas with high satisfaction, but the ocean view is too good.
By sea takes about 15-20 minutes walk.
Room on the terrace in front of sun-deck very awesome!!!!!
Check-in information before 'Marta' staff have you also send e-mail friendly!
And, breakfast buffet...More
I stayed in Cinque Terre with my mother for a few nights at the end of a very long trip through Italy and this B&B was absolutely perfect for the end to my vacation. When getting to the hotel, Marta was extremely friendly and helpful...More
What a great place. Very friendly owners, nice looking and clean place. The breakfast was far better than expected, omelettes/scrambled eggs prepared for guests. Would go there again. The only disadvantages is the distance from town but there is a taxi service free of charge...More
This B&B is quite possibly the most well-located of any in Monterosso al Mare. Even the partial sea view units have beautiful patios. The B&B overlooks the sea, has a pool and a wonderful sitting area with many deck chairs, and is beautifully landscaped with...More
We stayed here 3 nights in early October 2013 while hiking Cinque Terre. Wonderful breakfast before starting our hikes. Our room had a patio overlooking the Ligorian Sea. After hiking the towns all day, we were able to sit outside looking at the sea, enjoying...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.)