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We visited Vernazza for a few nights in August with our parents, so booked two rooms at a Ca' da Nonna. We were greeted by Anna, as arranged, and led to our rooms through the winding streets of Vernazza. As other reviews have said, you...More
Stayed here in July 2013 and had an awesome time. Vernazza was my favourite village in the Cinque Terre, and this house is perfectly located to make the most of it. It was great to interact with the locals, especially when they rescued a pair...More
We had missed our train to Vernazza from Milan, and had no way of getting in touch with Luca, however when we were arrived we started to walk to the accommodation, and ran into "grandmother Vernazza" and another very helpful local lady and after a...More
This is such a great place to stay run by such lovely people. We missed our train in to Vernazza and to our amazement (and shame), the owner was there at the train station waiting for us when we finally arrived an hour later -...More
Very clean and confortable. A bit expensive considering that there is no breakfast included. It is a Nice choice if you want to stay in Vernazza, but if I ever come back to visit Cinque Terre I will probably stay in Levanto or La Spezia,...More
Hi, Linda. The room I used had a double bed, although I my case it was for single occupancy. There are 2 other rooms at the property, but I can't tell you how they are furnished. I suggest you call Anna at the property, or... More
Hi, Linda. The room I used had a double bed, although I my case it was for single occupancy. There are 2 other rooms at the property, but I can't tell you how they are furnished. I suggest you call Anna at the property, or check with one of the hotel booking websites (that's where I found it).
P.S. I spoke Italian to Anna, but I know she speaks English.