If you are looking for a place to stay in Cinque Terre, Italy, B&B SoleMare is a great choice. The location is perfect. It’s in the old town part of Monterosso which is a great town in the Cinque Terre to base yourself out of.
When I visited the Cinque Terre, it was very touristy, so I welcomed the lovely terrace with the amazing view on the rooftop of B&B SoleMare. It was a place of tranquility and a great place to begin and end each day.
The bedroom was luxurious. The bed was comfortable and had high quality sheets and a duvet on it. The towels in the bathroom were also thick and plush. I loved the refreshing seaside feeling of the room. It was very clean and cozy.
I absolutely loved the rainfall shower in the bathroom, too. The room also featured a balcony, overflowing with gorgeous flowers, which gave a light and airy feeling to the room.
Wanda, from Sweden, was a great host. She made sure that I had everything that I needed and made it clear that my comfort was of utmost importance to her. She also put together a helpful guide for the room with train and boat schedules and other helpful information for the area. I loved the breakfast she left outside my room each morning. Fresh cappuccino, kept warm in a thermos, freshly squeezed blood orange juice, a sandwich made on her homemade wheat bread which was incredible, fruit and yogurt; it was the perfect start to each morning. She also recycles the trash from the hotel, which is great. B&B SoleMare is a perfect place to stay during your visit to Cinque Terre.
Address: Via S. Martino, 11, 19016 Monterosso Al Mare La Spezia, Italy
Phone:+39 329 079 3865
Disclosure: I received a free stayat B&B SoleMare, but all opinions in this review are my own.
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It’s a huge shame that Cinque Terre was so full of tourists when you were there Val. Back when we were there in 2012 it almost felt as if we had the place to ourselves from time to time it was so quiet.
Thank heavens you had somewhere nice to stay 🙂
Yes, looks like I waited too long to go. I will be writing more about the area when I have time, but, yes, so glad I at least had a nice place to retreat to!