2 floors in a cozy pink house in an old village of Biassa, can accommodate up to 5 people, with garden and barbecue, it is only a 10-minute drive from the Cinque Terre and the sea, which is reached on foot along the paths through the beautiful forest!
The house overlooks the gulf, the valley, and the forest, and can accommodate up to 5 people; 2 can sleep on a bunk bed in a small room, while 3 can sleep in a bigger room with a double bed and a bed chair. The kitchen is fitted with an electric oven, a 4-place stove, a coffeemaker, a fridge, a washing machine, and a TV. The table can easily accommodate 5 people. A high chair for infants and toddlers is provided. The door gives on a grassy area and trees. Spiral stairs link the two floors.
Zugang für Gäste
The grassy area in front of the house overlooks the valley and the gulf of La Spezia, and stays at the guests' disposal, with chairs and a small table provided. A fig provides a pleasant shadow.
Interaktion mit Gästen
My sister Laura and i will usually greet you upon your arrival on saturdays and sundays. Were it not possible, our assistant Nausica, who lives nearby, will cordially greet you and provide you with all necessary information and help.
Weitere wichtige Infos
In Biassa there are two groceries, a tobacconist's Tabaccheria with bus /train tickets and journal, a very good Pizzeria and a very good bar/restaurant La Locanda del Gallese. The most beautiful beaches are the rocky ones in Riomaggiore, Portovenere, and Monterosso and San Terenzo's sandy beaches (20 minutes away).
Smoking is not allowed indoors.
The barbecue in the garden is at your disposal, but should only be used with charcoal and not with firewood to prevent possible fires in the summer hot months. Out of consideration for the environment and energy saving, please make the collection of waste and to turn off lights when not needed.
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Hello, i'm Margherita, and i work and live as an architect in Milan, after having lived for 20 years in Germany. Together wit hmy sister Laura, who lives in Florence, we purchased years ago a stone house in the ancient hamlet of Biassa, between La Spezia and Riomaggiore. There we meet with friends and sons: we love tranquility, walking in the woods and the sea of Cinque Terre, our humbly furnished house, the fire in the hearth, and the old walls.