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My husband and I stayed in a superior double room (on 2nd floor) for two nights a week ago. Manarola is town number 2, less than a minute away from Riomaggiore by train from La Spezia going towards Levante. Because it was such a quick...More
Of all the places we visited in Italy, Manerola was our favorite, and of all the B&Bs we stayed in Ca' D'andrean was our favorite too! The staff were very helpful and kind, we booked at the last minute and they graciously found us 3...More
The hotel was at a great location and it was clean and comfortable. Rooms were nicely appointed. The staff was very nice and courteous. Overall this was a very pleasant stay. Check in and check out was quick and personable. Can highly recommend this property.
What a delightful surprise when I came across this quaint hotel. Away from the crowds, hiking trails to other villages a stones throw from the hotel. Immaculately presented. Perfect host made the best coffee.
The hotel was immaculately clean and the rooms had great bathrooms and shower. The feel is modern and minimalist, maybe a little spartan. We initially turned down the 7 euro breakfast but didn't find a better option in town so went for it the next...More
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Sorry, we did not drive ourselves in Italy, however, we took the train from Siena to Cinque Terre. The trip was quick, maybe 90 minutes. Again, we did not have a car, so parking was not an issue. I do know from reading... More
Sorry, we did not drive ourselves in Italy, however, we took the train from Siena to Cinque Terre. The trip was quick, maybe 90 minutes. Again, we did not have a car, so parking was not an issue. I do know from reading guidebooks, there are parking lots up above the Cinque Terre towns, with walking access down to the towns, and sometimes shuttle buses from parking lots to center of towns. Spend at least three days exploring all of Cinque Terre. Fabulous hiking trails.