Discover the best hotels in Ricco del Golfo di Spezia, Province of La Spezia, Liguria including Archi Di Sole, B&B Cinque Terre tra il Filo di Arianna, Borgo di Codeglia Resort, la locanda del podesta, Corte Paganini, A Ridosso, Acero Rosso B&B, Hotel Luna Rossa, Ca' di Croso', Le Coccinelle.
Restaurants in Ricco del Golfo di Spezia
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Owners are very gentle and helpful. They give to us advice about what and where to visit. The property is the lower level of a family home, there are 3 rooms which are very very clean an comfortable. Our room was very new, very clean and confortable. With his lavabo inside the room. Good breakfast in the garden. Maybe better if they put something to don’t see the cars in the parking while you tale breakfast. But it was perfect as well! We travel with two little dogs and they accept us with a bug smile. We spend a good time, We would gladly return when visiting again. Clàudia and Max.
2.5 based on 144 reviews
A free for guests: living house in the garden; It tends to assemble and hammocks; nature trail with games (bowling, archery, shot put, bowling, marbles, sling, dart, long jump, rings, swing, chess, checkers, board game, roulette, cards etc.) small pool outside with volleyball; chapel, small outdoor gym, solarium with sun beds, terrace, garden, barbecue and oven in the garden, private parking, bicycles for excursions.
1) Name is misleading. it has nothing to do with Cinque Terre! It's outside the national park and it's about 1 hour (!) drive from any of the villages on the mountain narrow roads. 2) Location is middle of nothing. Even the nearest shop is like 10 minutes drive. 3) They overcharge you. The sum on the web site was indicates "with taxes", but upon arrival they added more taxes on the top. 4) Absolutely arrogant people. Their "parking" is on the steep slide, the only 2 normal spots were occupied, so I was really confused and just drove to the house door at least to take out the bags. After driving 1 hour in the dark the first thing i heard upon arrival (instead of "hello") was a scream from the terrace above "don't park here!". 5) They don't care about guests. We were tired, all i wanted was to rest, but the check in was very slow - i was standing there like 10 minutes, while he was writing the data from our passports. And then after i pointed out that he is overcharging me and showed him the booking confirmation. He started to yiell at me - "go out and look to another hotel". It was around 10-30 p.m., basically middle of the night, so I really had no choice. But i was totally shocked the way they treat customers. 6) Rooms are not made for you, it's like big owners warehouse. We have got the last room that night, so seems they gave us the biggest one. The room had double bed, baby bed, chimney (closed with large ugly papers saying "do ot use - decoration only", very old TV and a big storage with hundreds of plates and dishes. It was totally awkward. In addition to that there was a kitchen, which we could barely enter because they put a extra double bed there (no, not for us, they just put it as if it's a storage). The other rooms downstairs are tiny and have no windows, at least our had a window and a terrace. Overall it was the worst experience in a long time.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Although it was a bit of a drive to get there, to say it was worth the effort would be a gross understatement. My wife, Laura, and I stayed there three nights in June with our two young girls, and enjoyed every moment of our visit. JeanLuca and Paola were super hosts, the rooms were spacious and very clean, the views resplendent, the pool refreshing, and the atmosphere very relaxing and peaceful. Beyond that, the breakfasts were delicious and filling, and the evening meal we enjoyed was the best we had during our two-week trip to Italy....and I'm not exaggerating. JeanLuca is a fantastic chef with a flair for creative and tasty dishes! Thanks for a wonderful stay!! Mark, Laura, Aliyah and Aislyn
3.5 based on 60 reviews
La locanda del podesta' is located in the village of caste', a tiny medieval village ligurian the immediate hinterland, borderign the park of cunque terre the small village is within walking distance for the sea and spezia the cinque terre are easily accessible by car train sea and those who trekking walking trail with 01 passimg for caste'we arrive in a few hours to riomaggiore.
It's an adventure. The buildings are old. ...but the WiFi is great! It is hard to get to - we travelled by motorcycle, so the mountain roads were fun, but still challenging. My wife was at first very suspicious, judging from the exterior. Our room was cosy - old fashioned and small-ish, but with a very decent stove in the kitchen and a well-appointed bathroom. The hostess was lovely, and the house wine, of which there is a bottle waiting for the new guests, was very tasty. We always ate out on the terrace, with a view of Carrara's marble quarries in the distance, and those lovely old walls around us. It is rustic, but we had a wonderful time there!
4.5 based on 45 reviews
Caste is a very small medieval village of the region Liguria's hinterland, at the edge of the Park of the Cinque Terre. The small village dates back to the 15th century, and it is very close to the sea and the town La Spezia. The five apartments have been entirely restructured, trying to preserve the environments and the existing materials. The furnishing unites the most modern functionality with the respect and the taste of the local tradition. From the apartments you can enjoy a view over the village's antique square. The apartments consist of a living room with a sofa (which can be used as a bed), kitchenette, twin room and bathroom. Our court is equipped with sunshades, tables, chairs and barbecue, and it is at the complete disposal of our guests; moreover, we periodically organize musical events. The Cinque Terre can be easily reached by car, by train, by sea. Trekking fans can walk along the trail 01 which crosses Caste. From La Spezia you can easily reach by sea the most beautiful places of the Ligurian Riviera (Lerici, Tellaro, San Terenzo, Fiascherino, Portovenere and the island Palmaria).
Very nice hotel located in the mountains. Narrow road, parking 100 m away. Two hours walk to 5 Terre and 20 min drive from La Spezia, where you will find boat and train to 5 Terre. Rooms are fine! Very good kitchen in the room with gas stove and fridge. Cozy restaurant is very close. But the rooms lack AC and the beds were extremely uncomfortable, which made our visit a little less pleasant.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
Finding an ideal family-friendly bed and breakfast in Ricco del Golfo di Spezia does not have to be difficult. Welcome to A Ridosso, a nice option for travelers like you. A Ridosso offers guests an array of room amenities including a kitchenette, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available. The bed and breakfast offers a sun terrace, a picnic area, and a coffee shop, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking. When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Cantinone della Villa, Da Pietro, and TrattorLa Pineta, which are some Mediterranean restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike. A Ridosso looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Ricco del Golfo di Spezia.
The tiny village is really cure, only 24 people live there and Carmelo runs the place really well. He's very kind and has good advice on where to go in Cinque Terre. It's a short drive to get there, but the place is very quiet and relaxing. Do follow up on his dinner tip for Da Caran!
4.5 based on 41 reviews
Looking for a place to stay in Ricco del Golfo di Spezia? Then look no further than Acero Rosso B&B, a family-friendly bed and breakfast that brings the best of Ricco del Golfo di Spezia to your doorstep. The rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking. Ricco del Golfo di Spezia has plenty of Mediterranean restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like TrattorLa Pineta, Cantinone della Villa, and Da Pietro, which are serving up some great dishes. We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Acero Rosso B&B as you experience everything Ricco del Golfo di Spezia has to offer.
Beautiful small (only 3 rooms) very clean and quite place to stay when visiting La Spezia area and the Cinque Terre Family house in the village of Riccò del Golfo just 20 minutes drive from the city with only 3 bed rooms. Hospitality of the mother and her daughter was beyond expectation all they did during our stay was checking if everything was OK and if we need something. Rooms are very comfortable with bathrooms TV and wireless internet, the place is nicely designed with touch of good Italian style. Breakfast was really good and fresh with homemade rolls, bread and pastries. We loved it.
4 based on 49 reviews
Finding an ideal charming inn in Ricco del Golfo di Spezia does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Luna Rossa, a nice option for travelers like you. Rooms at Hotel Luna Rossa provide a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Hotel Luna Rossa. While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Italian restaurants, including Da Pietro, TrattorLa Pineta, and Cantinone della Villa, all of which are a short distance from Hotel Luna Rossa. Hotel Luna Rossa puts the best of Ricco del Golfo di Spezia at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Stayed here for two nights. We arrived in La Spezia (the nearby town) by train late in the evening after buses had stopped running and had to use a taxi to reach the hotel. This is a simple 10 minute drive, but in peak holiday time and after 19.00 the taxis will charge you €25-€30. There was no one on the front desk when we arrived, but in Italy this is to be expected and was not a problem as a note had been left and the key was in the door of our room. When we eventually spoke to the lady at the desk, we were disappointed by her reaction to us not having arrived by car. She was decidedly unhelpful and simply told us getting around without a car would be ‘difficult’. No bus routes were offered and she did not have a taxi number. The phone signal at the hotel is intermittent and the free WiFi did not reach our room. For those who do find themselves in the same predicament as us, there is in fact a bus which leaves to La Spezia at 08.56 in the mornings at the end of the road opposite the Pietro restaurant. This goes to the town’s train station from which the Cinque Terre region can be reached easily and Cinque Terre cards are available for purchase. Getting back to the hotel by bus in the evening required at least two buses and a lot of asking the locals; the online bus information for the area is extremely unreliable. One evening involved a 40 minute walk back to the hotel along the surrounding country roads, which is definitely not recommended as the speed limits on these roads are 50km/h and vehicles do not expect pedestrians to be walking there. On the other hand, the hotel’s saving grace is it’s breakfast which involves a large spread of tasty pastries, meats and coffee. It begins at 8am and is definitely enough to keep you full until lunch, even if your morning does involve a lot of bus timetable research!
5 based on 5 reviews
B&B dipped in the green and to a step from the main tourist localities breaks of it like Portovenere (15 km), Lerici (17 km), Le Cinque Terre (Riomaggiore 20 km) and distant only 6 km from the station of La Spezia
Pace,verde, tranquillità la prima impressione è stata di un posto senza vita e invece come x magia appena abbiamo incontrato Franca c'è stato un calore familiare immediato , pulizia, cura dei particolari la straordinaria Franca con i suoi biscotti e torte mi ha fatto ricordare l'accoglienza della mia nonna. Tanta tanta semplicità..... È stato bellissimo Ci ritorneremo sicuramente aspettatci Franca e Sandro x il momento grazie Anna e Alessandro
4.5 based on 8 reviews
We enjoyed an early dinner at Le Coccinelle in La Spezia. The food, wine and service was good. The waitress was attentive and spoke English well. It wasn't the fanciest place, but comfortable and good for a weeknight dinner. Since we went early, we were the only customers for an hour, then it started filling up a bit.
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