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Located in Corniglia, 1.8 mi from Vernazza Beach, Locanda Il Carugio features accommodations with a shared lounge, free private parking, a garden and a terrace. The property was lovely, well appointed with thoughtful additions. The breakfast was delicious and in a picturesque setting. But the thing that makes this place outstanding is the hospitality of the owner, Giulia. She is genuine, caring, helpful and sweet, more than you could hope for in a host! She is just wonderful. Thank you for a wonderful stay!!
Located in Corniglia, 1.6 mi from Vernazza Beach, Arbanella features views of the sea. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Lovely hospitality and very accommodating. The place had a very gorgeous view of the ocean.
Daa Maduneta is located in Corniglia, in the heart of the UNESCO Cinque Terre National Park. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. The location and views from the room were amazing. Max was a great host and recommended great places to eat. You can also enjoy the breakfast included in the town's center bars when choosing one of two.
Set in the Cinque Terre National Park, B&B da Beppe is located in Corniglia, 656 feet from the beach. Free WiFi access is available in all areas. Beppe was a very friendly grandfather, his daughter Francesca also very courteous and helpful through whatsapp. Great place to stay with its own kitchen. Very highly recommended.
Located 0.6 mi from the center of Corniglia, part of the Cinque Terre coastal region, Corte Del Gallo offers free Wi-Fi throughout and air-conditioned rooms with LCD TV. We were met off the train which was amazing - literally stood discussing which way to go when we were tapped on the shoulder and asked if we were looking for the property. Our room was lovely, clean, cool, well equipt. Breakfast was good, simple but fresh and plenty of it with good coffee.
Featuring panoramic sea views from its shared terrace, Corniglia Dreams offers classically furnished rooms with a sea-view balcony, all in Corniglia part of the UNESCO-protected Cinque Terre coastal... Absolutely everything. It had a real family feel. The guy who checked us in was as chilled as could be! The pictures do not do this place justice!! We were expecting it to be a bit grim but it was absolutely lovely. It was really really great
Located in Corniglia and within 1.7 mi of Vernazza Beach, Il Timone features a terrace, allergy-free rooms, and free WiFi. The guest house has family rooms. Very comfortable bedding, very nicely renovated bathroom, great location opening onto a small piazza with nice views.
Arbasia De Ma offers basic, functional rooms in 2 buildings overlooking the sea, in the small Ligurian village of Corniglia. We were extremely well received, incredibly friendly and helpful people. The cleanest rooms I've ever seen, a comfortable bed and amazing views from the balcony.
Located in Corniglia, 1.7 mi from Vernazza Beach, Ostello Corniglia has a number of amenities including a bar, a shared lounge, a garden and free WiFi. Guests can have a drink at the snack bar. The price quality ratio is great. Cinque Terre accommodation is quite expensive and this was the best price I could find and it was actually clean and well situated. Nice staff too!
It was a quiet time of year, so not all restaurants and bars were open. However, those that were were very friendly and served great food. The narrow streets are lovely to wander along and eat an ice cream if the weather is nice. All the locals are very helpful.
Corniglia is in the middle of Cinque Terre and an ideal place to visit all the other villages by foot. Spring is probably the best time to go there. We were here in January, so it was quite empty which was good. But I can imagine in summer are a lot more tourist.
As a whole, coming to Corniglia is a bit challenging. From the train station, there are more than 700 crabs (over a kilometer uphill walk) or if you come by car, from the parking lot it is 400-500 meters to the edge of the village. Prices are as the tourist trap tends to be, grossly overpriced, a receipt is hard to get by because credit card machines are too often "broken" The gray economy is booming and there is a constant feeling of being cheated - it does not lift the holiday feel. The village itself is very beautiful - but 2-3 hours is enough to realize it. :o
Corniglia is less easily accessible, a bit smaller and seems not to attract as many large groups of tourists than the other towns. It is a beautiful village and all its nooks and crannies deserve to be explored. The locals are friendly and very happy to serve you in their shops and (most) restaurants.
Nice quiet town at night. It gets crowded during the day. The climb from the train station to town is impossible with luggage. There is a shuttle but it is disorganized and you have to fight your way into it.
Food shops very limited and no knowledge of local wines.The drive in and out is an experience you won't forget but all worth it.Access to other villages is great using rail and all are beautiful and different but go early in the day before crowds arrive.You can also get to La Spezia in about 15 minutes by train. I ate the sardines and rabbit. Very easy to get around and explore whole village