Via Gavazzo, 46, 19011 Bonassola (La Spezia)
The farm is located in Bonassola, a small village in the province of La Spezia, in the Riviera di Levante, near the Cinque Terre National Park. It consists of two buildings immersed in a peaceful and relaxing setting, surrounded by greenery and a short walk from the beach.
The Mill and The Casottino once ruins used for the housing of animals, have been restored by the owners who have done work of recovery, using local materials and colors typical of the tradition and architecture of Liguria.
The Mill, located along the stream S. George, is at the foot of the hills of Bonassola, in Gavazzo location, close to the Valley of the Mills.
The Casottino is located in the heart of the resort Gavazzo, near an ancient watchtower, which was created to defend against Saracen pirates, known as "The Castle of Bonassola", clearly visible from the garden.
Each house consists of two rooms with heating and air conditioning, television, mini-bar, tea and coffee maker, and two private bathrooms with shower and chromotherapy.
Outside each house there is a garden full of plants and flowers with a gazebo and benches and a table with chairs, stove, marble sink and barbecue, equipped with everything you need to cook outdoors. Are also available for guests, sun loungers. Each room is also provided with a parking space in the vicinity of the structure.
In the property there is free wi-fi service.
Guests are also offered a continental breakfast with cakes, bread, homemade yogurt and biscuits, delivered at the desired time in your room or in the garden and free bike rental to enjoy the bike path Framura-Bonassola-Levanto.
Bonassola is enclosed in a bay surrounded by a beautiful sea, flowers and Mediterranean trees with the promontory of the "Madonnina della Punta" and "Punta del Carlino" a short distance. The village, over the years, has managed to retain its vocation in the area of rest and meditation, thanks to its mild climate, a thousand miles away from the hustle and bustle of today's world.
The beach of Bonassola is wide and the sea is safe, clean and secure. Bonassola is also a good base for excursions and sightseeing trips along the trails, through the woods, full of flowers and plants typical of the area.
You can catch up with fast links by train and boat in the summer with the beautiful Portovenere and the Gulf of Poets, the beautiful and unspoilt villages of the Cinque Terre National Park or Portofino and the Tigullio Gulf. In Bonassola is then opened to the public a beautiful botanical garden in the vicinity of Punta della Madonnina. Also have been opened in the former railway tunnels by the sea, two cycle and pedestrian track, linking Bonassola to the nearby villages of Levanto and Framura, in a pleasant path interrupted by romantic views and delightful coves by the sea.
Inform the agriturismo of any animals at the time of booking.
Owners will be held responsible for damage to property and persons.
Small and very humid rooms (water on the floor), not adequate and damp bedding. Bathrooms without heating, always damp towels. Structure devoid of adequate space for breakfast. Untreated garden. Cost not adequate for confidential treatment.
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Dazzled by the beautiful pictures and good reviews of the farm we had hoped at this price a much nicer stay. On our arrival the air in the room was damp and stuffy, but unpleasant, as many insects flew outside. The flying lattice had big holes, and several thick beetles (dead and alive) fell out of the lattice. The feet of the furniture were swollen with moisture, the drawers smelled musty, partly the veneer already burst. The bed linen had stains, the whole bed felt stiff and even after long lying unpleasantly cool. The bathroom also smelt - despite or possibly because of an "air freshener" - unpleasant. The storage at the sink was stained, in the small shower (about 60 x 60 cm) was missing such a whole. The large advertised "color therapy" of the shower was broken. Our complaints were taken only shrugging and we offered a different room. Here we had a quasi-free choice, since apparently all other guests had left this morning. We could have taken a tiny room in the other house, in which practically only the bed had space. We chose the other room in the same house. This was similarly disappointing as the first, the fly screen had somewhat smaller holes and the shower tray was still present, the "Farbtherapie" but also defective. To the outside: The astonishingly long way to our house was so overgrown, that one could not go side by side and at night ill-lit. The garden (the advertised "solarium") seemed neglected. If you want to spend your holiday here, you should know that the parking lot of the hotel is about a 5 minute walk away - along a serpentine road without burgers. Also we had to pay every 4 nights immediately on arrival. Now we know why. Even so, not all was bad: It is to be emphasized that at least in our house the train per hour was not to be heard, although the station was closer than the parking lot. We will certainly not spend our holiday here again and can not recommend the hotel.
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we were in two other locations of agriturismo but this was the most expensive , the price what we paid was too expensive what this accommodation has to offer .the beautiful garden was not maintained the plants were too big the gras was not cut,the hotplate was not cleaned also the barbecue the bathroom was very small the coffeemaker was leeking and the most important thing the kindness of the owner.We stayed five days,in this five days several people walked undesirably in the garden ,but we have a beautiful time in this beautiful setting