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Greeted warmly by our host Raphael we enjoyed 3 nights at this wonderful Agriturismo.
The accommodation is excellent. A kitchen/living area and two rooms, comfortable big bed, all stocked with crockery etc. Views are amazing across to Santa Margherita and Portofino.
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Although It seemed to be too far from sea late at night, in the morning I enjoyed one of the best morning views - the view on sea from mountains! The atmosphere is highly friendly and relaxed. In this family-owned agroturismo they do their own...More
A very warm welcome on arrival and during our stay especially from the owner Raffaele who was very kind and happy to help and made our stay very comfortable. We stayed for three nights as a family of four in two double rooms which were...More
We stopped off at Agriturismo Cerisola 2003 on our way down from France to a wedding in Rome and liked it so much booked for a night on the way back. Rafael greeted us and there is nothing better than a warm welcome when you...More
We stopped by just as a coincidence and must say that we were really lucky. What a fantastic place! Beautiful views, easy to find walking-trails directly from the hotel up to the mountains, very personal and nice service. Both dinner in the evening was really...More
US$78 - US$122 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Are you arriving by car ?? Very important. We did have a car and drove to P the first day to try it out. Parking ridiculously expensive. I had planned to take the train from Zoagli to Santa Margherita, then bus to P which... More
Are you arriving by car ?? Very important. We did have a car and drove to P the first day to try it out. Parking ridiculously expensive. I had planned to take the train from Zoagli to Santa Margherita, then bus to P which stops right outside the station, very convenient. But the cost of that would pay for 2 hours parking at P. So if you have a car then drive. To be honest we spent one hour only, more than enough to see P and take a few photos. Unless you are very wealthy don't plan to sit down or eat or drink! The beauty of P can really only be seen from the sea.Take the pictures and leave back to Santa Margherita where we spent the rest of the day. A lovely little town. If you are staying at Cerisola 2003 it is fantastic. The view to Portofino is amazing.Only place in Italy where you can have an omelette for breakfast !
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"The bus fee, which is 3 Euro, is valid for 100 minutes for several zones."