Small but very comfortable dependance completely independent of newly restored
“Super host I think is quite limiting for a person like Roby. Professional, helpful, an exceptional person who can do his job very well. The house is just like the photo, a small fairy tale in a village where tranquility and silence reign supreme. An experience that we will surely repeat. It is right to talk about people who really know how to do their job. Don't hesitate, because staying from Roby to villecchia is really good for your heart and mind.”
Apartment consisting of a bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and dining room with an additional room with a sofa bed and a bathroom with a separate entrance. Spectacular views of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines and private equipped and fenced garden. Groundfloor apartment in a Tuscan farmhouse, surrounded by olive trees and lavender plants with an enchanting Tuscan Emilian Apennines view. 5 Terre in Liguria region and one hour drive from Florence and Pisa.
“We found kindness and courtesy on the part of Barbara and her family, being two couples we had the right to deprive ourselves, the well-kept accommodation in a beautiful location, convenient for our travels, but at the same time in a very quiet environment, what we We were looking for.”
The house is furnished in a simple but elegant and comfortable way. The rooms are spacious and well aired. The garden is large, well-kept and equipped with a gazebo, a barbecue, a wood-burning oven, tables, chairs and deckchairs where you can savor the scents of the countryside.
“The house is located near Aulla Railway Station. If you want to come, give up public transportation. Please contact the landlord directly to ask her to pick you up. Public transportation is not very developed, but it is very suitable for people who come to the Cinque Terre to live. It is very cost-effective. The landlord's wife is very nice and very enthusiastic. The house is very sentimental. Except for the lack of wifi and traffic, since I come to live in this place, I will experience the life that has been away from digitalization.”