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What a great place to stay! Every moment from the beginning to the end of the stay we were very impressed with Marta and the Il Parco. The Shuttle service a few times a day really helps out. The rooms were nice and clean and...More
We chose Il Parco based on the reviews and marvellous photografs of the property. We could not have done better!
Parking on site, we stayed at the superior room with the small varanda outside, you can sit at night and just enjoy the moon over...More
I could tell from the pictures that B&B Parco would be adorable but they truly do not do it justice.
The hilltop setting is gorgeous, and it is obvious that every detail is thoughtfully planned out to create an incredibly relaxing environment. I wish I...More
This place is a gem. I traveled with a girlfriend last year and we found this place on Trip Advisor. Traveling with my boyfriend this year, we chose to stay here again. If anything, this stay was even better than the last!
Unfortunately, I had...More
My husband and I ventured to Europe for our first wedding anniversary and stayed in a total of four places. Out of the 4, B&B Parco was our favorite! First off, Monteresso was the best home base for exploring the Cinque Terre towns - lots...More
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We stayed in a classic ocean view room. It was on the ground floor with a patio (private but separated from the next room's patio by some citrus bushes and certainly within earshot) and had a beautiful ocean view. Balcony... More
We stayed in a classic ocean view room. It was on the ground floor with a patio (private but separated from the next room's patio by some citrus bushes and certainly within earshot) and had a beautiful ocean view. Balcony rooms were on the first floor (In Europe the first floor is one floor up.)