- + 1 additional bed
- Animals are not allowed
- Closet Room
- Conditioned air
- Continental breakfast
- Double bed
- Free parking
- Free Wifi
- Private bathroom
Price per night
|€ 120.00 per night||Breakfast included|
|€ 130.00 per night with the addition of 1 single bed||Breakfast included|
The most spacious and welcoming room of our B&B is equipped like all the other rooms with air conditioning, LCD TV and free Wi-Fi internet. In fact, the Fuchsia Orchid has a comfortable walk-in closet with a puff that easily turns into a third bed. The environment is bright thanks to the large window which enjoys a privileged view overlooking Lerici and the splendid Golfo dei Poeti.
The room is equipped with a spacious private bathroom with WC, bidet, sink, shower and complete set of towels; from the window you can see the sea and to the west the archipelago of Portovenere.
The room can be booked as a double or a triple room.
Continental breakfast included:
local sweet specialties, homemade cake, fresh fruit, cereals, yogurt, jams, nutella, bread, biscuits, fruit juices, tea, coffee, barley, cow’s milk and soy will be served.
Stazione FS – La Spezia Centrale – 9,6 km
Stazione FS – La Spezia Migliarina – 9,1 km
Stazione FS – Sarzana – 8,3 km
Aeroporto di Pisa – Galileo Galilei – 73 km
Aeroporto di Genova – Cristoforo Colombo – 114 km
Aeroporto di Parma – Giuseppe Verdi – 115 km
In our garden we have created an equipped private parking area where it is possible to park cars.
Free private parking is offered!
Nearby is the Pin Bon Restaurant, easily reached on foot in 2 minutes.
It offers a rich and varied menu with grilled meat and fresh fish specialties, cooked with respect and love for the tradition of Ligurian dishes.
A few kilometers away you can dive into the nearest Lerici or easily reach the other side of the Gulf of Poets, Portovenere and its islands or the Cinque Terre: Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso. All places of spectacular beauty!
Our territory is characterized by a dense network of paths that cover it like a spider web.
For centuries the only connecting routes between the hinterland and the seaside villages, from Montemarcello to Lerici and Tellaro up to the Cinque Terre.