Style furnished 3rd floor (american standard) independent studio part of a typical house with a stunning seaview, in the 5 Terre National Park, small kitchen and bathroom, wifi and hd tv. Located 10 minutes far from the railways station. Total space for this studio is 30 squared meters. No breakfast is provided but you'll find milk, coffee, tea, butter cookies juice, and in line with the local tradition: wine.
Excellent position, stunning seaview known internationally for one of the most famous illuminated Christmas/Easter scenes. Don't expect venetian style ambient, with gold and mosaics, in fact this was the land of the Marine Republic of Genova only the minimalism is assured in line with the tradition of the sea wolves.
Interaktion mit Gästen
Upon request, you might be interested in joining us to our frequent dinner out in the outbacks, in places famous since the middle age for their cooking traditions...and historical literature
Weitere wichtige Infos
The request for a bedsheets change or for bathroom towels change will be charged separately with an additional cost of €15 each.
Late check in may be charged € 15 if we have to encharge a different person. Please contact hosts.
This is the house where I live (on another floor) in spring and summer time, please respect for the house and its quietness
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This was the old summer house of my family, partly from Genoa descend. We used to stay and live in every floor. Later I did renovate with all those modern appliances to ease up the harshness of the elements of the summer in Cinqueterre: Fire for the summer sun, water for the Ligustrian sea wind of the Mistral in the change of the seasons and land...that lands the worths hundreds of years to keep it away from the seatide with stone walls in a continuing struggle, only the ancient grapevine trees can testify. The wine which was exported to the Ancient Rome before the Roman Empire was founded as reported to Plinius the Elder in his historical chronicles dry as a blasting whip, the Romans used to mix with water believing only the Gods may have it straight...