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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. Really amazing stay. Awesome rooftop terrace with a view over the sea, totally new facility tastefully appointed, quiet and comfortable, with very accommodating hosts. Quiet location, comfortable beds, excellent location. The breakfast is custom made, and delicious. I'll definitely rebook the next time I'm in Cinque Terre.
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.
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. Staff was friendly and helpful. Hostel is right in the center of town. Easy access to hiking trails. Lisa's Market is in town and has great items to make a meal at the hostel. Hostel doesn't have a cooking stove, but it does have a microwave, toaster, refrigerator and dishwasher. Bathrooms are very clean. I enjoyed my stay and would recommend Ostello Corniglia.
Affittacamere Le Terrazze is located in Corniglia inside the Cinque Terre National Park. Free Wi-Fi is available in the garden and at reception. It was comfortable, spacious, clean and a perfect location. We loved the terrace overlooking the ocean and sunset, and loved that we could leave the bedroom window open at night while sleeping rather than using the air conditioner. Would definitely stay again.
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. We loved Corniglia and B&B Da Beppe! It is well-located, just a couple of minutes from the main piazza and from the rocky beach. The room was lovely, right down to a bottle of wine to welcome us. Highly recommend La Buongustaio restaurant and their seafood risotto. Definitely catch the shuttle bus to and from the train station, but otherwise, plan to hike from Corniglia to Vernazza and Monterosso al Mare.
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. Great location and we loved the terrace. Close enough to town to take gelato back to eat on the terrace under the stars. Amazing views day and night! We saw satellites a shooting star and an incredible thunderstorm over the sea :) highly recommend and would visit again. It helped make Corniglia our favourite of the Cinque Terre.
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. Close to the railway station at Corniglia so easy to get to all the towns in The Cinque Terre and incredibly welcoming hosts
La Posada offers accommodations in Corniglia’s center, about 0.6 mi from Lo Spiaggione Beach. Rooms and apartments feature a TV and classic wooden furniture. Most overlook the sea. In the center of everything. Was quiet to sleep even though right on the Centro. Beautifully furnished appeared recently remodeled. Was so nice to have a living area with kitchen.
Quaint village with alleys and great food, gelatos etc Breathtaking views! The only thing to note is the approx 383 steps from train station to village. Shuttle bus during the day but not evenings. Not for people with young kids or mobility challenges.
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.
Great location and we loved the terrace. Close enough to town to take gelato back to eat on the terrace under the stars. Amazing views day and night! We saw satellites a shooting star and an incredible thunderstorm over the sea :) highly recommend and would visit again. It helped make Corniglia our favourite of the Cinque Terre.
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.
We booked very last minute and were able to check in right away. Thank you very much for that. The room was clean, the bed super compfortable and the view from the rooftop was amazing.