Finding an ideal family-friendly bed and breakfast in Cairo Montenotte does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Villa Eugenia, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a mosquito net, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the bed and breakfast.
The property also boasts a pool and an on-site restaurant, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Villa Eugenia, free parking is available.
Cairo Montenotte has plenty of Mediterranean restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Trattoria la Braia dal 1933 di Conti Fabio, Osteria del Vino Cattivo, and Ristorante pizzeria La Grotta, which are serving up some great dishes.
Cairo Montenotte is also known for some great historic sites, including Centro Storico Cairo Montenotte and Porta Soprana, which are not too far from Villa Eugenia.
Villa Eugenia puts the best of Cairo Montenotte at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
First of all - thank you! We had a wonderful time at your place Maurizio! The rooms are spacious and comfortable. The location of your villa is very beautiful and you were really great hosts. The most important thing - the food! Absolutely amazing and extraordinary! So many flavors! Loved it all! Wish you all the best for the future! Thanks A lot. Absolute recommendation
The place is very interesting, above the hills. The room has a special picturesque atmosphere, you feel like you are entering a 17th century dormitory. Beds are very comfortable and the host is very gentle. Check in was easy and welcoming. I truly recommend it.
Very nice and helpful owners run this great B&B. I stayed on a business trip but would recommend for romantic break or even family stay (my room had 4 beds so could have brought the husband and kids) Upon arrival, I was offered another room if I didn't like the one I was in. I said the room was fine, then realised I had a view overlooking a roof - not very exciting. But I had been offered to switch. When I come back - and I will - I will make sure to ask for a room with a view. The room was very clean and charming. Wifi is great. I would recommend having dinner at the B&B unless you specifically have other plans. It is excellent. The driveway to the hotel building itself is a bit off roady. I missed the official hotel parking spot before it gets really tricky and ended up doing a bit of a mountain rally which I could have done without. As you approach the hotel, keep a look out for a fenced off bit of a grass field on the right side with a sign in Italian telling you that it is the parking for the Villa Eugenia. Miss it and prepare for some very steep, windy driving. I made it in a Fiat 500 but opted out of having a second go.…
Some years ago I was sort of adopted by an Italian family. Today we celebrated the 80th birthday of the granddad with 3 generations and myself as the only non-family member. We did not stay there, just had lunch, so I have nothing to say about the hotel side of Villa Eugenia. Villa Eugenia has a sort of bohemian chique on the inside. The delicious food is from the Emilia Romagna area and just a little bit different from Ligurian or Piemontese food. The atmosphere is cosy and relaxed. Getting there is an adventure because the road is narrow and cheap. The view is beautiful.
Villa Eugenia managed by theowner Rosa is warm and welcoming just like the owner.....located in the village of piano di Sorrento one can see both the coast lines clearly from the terrace.... Adequate space large comfortable very very clean and well maintained... Thankyou Villa Eugenia and Rosa for all the care and warmth you showered upon us for a memorable stay......highly recommended..the owner gives very gud and practical advice
Invited by Italian friends I had dinner at Villa Eugenia on a Saturday night. The cooking is from the Emilia Romagna region. Delicious slow cooked food. And a very nice ambiance. A not too big room nicely decorated with a.o. a grand piano and an unusual mix of art on the walls. At first we were the only guests, we were with 8 people. Later another group arrived. So it is possible to just eat at Villa Eugenia without actually staying there as a guest in the B&B. I could not see the view as it was dark already. A winding road leads up a hill so the panorama must be spectacular in brought daylight.
We visited this hotel again this year, and found it even better. We stayed for two weeks and the owners, Simona and Mauritzio are the most charming people we have ever met. We had BB and dinner and enjoyed looking forward to something different each night. And we enjoyed the lovely wines served with the dinner too. You are in a very nice position, quiet and tranquil at night. Only a half to three quarter hour from the beach. 5 minutes from the city. Try this hotel and you will enjoy it......
This place is a gem! We only had four days here, but we are definitely going back next year. It is such a nice location, not far from the beaches and close to all towns nearby. It had lovely fresco ceilings which is being renovated. The driveway is a bit steep, but they are rectifying that very soon. Go there, and you will see for yourself how wonderful Simona and Maurizio are such lovely people. Nothing can be of any trouble.
hello, we were the two belgians on bici with a flat tire in the morning we would like to thank you for your hospitality, you have a wonderful b&b on a great location and your cooking is fantastic. The rooms are spacious and breakfast excellent. What a good experience! From our 17 nights you were in our top 5
We stayed at Villa Eugenia for the first time in June this year and were utterly captivated. Though we were there only for one night en route to Lazio, we can't wait to return. It is by far one of the best B and Bs we have ever stayed in - and much better than many expensive hotels. The owners, Simona and Maurizio, are warm, engaging people and have lavished attention on their beautiful house. Each room is a work of art. Where else could you sleep in a large room with frescoed ceilings, lovely antiques, stunning views and a new en-suite bathroom - at such modest prices? Or dine next to an antique grand piano? And talking of dining, Simona cooked our evening meal - and what a meal! Again, one of the best we had in Italy - and we had some fantastic meals in Lazio and Umbria...As with the fabric of the home, Simona takes pride in the quality of her cooking and produced a feast of delicious local dishes. Added to the above, the area around Cairo Montenotte is beautiful and relatively undiscovered. So a long weekend or week in this wonderful B and B would be ideal. At the moment the road up to Villa Eugenia is steep and narrow, but Simona and Maurizio have plans to build a new one which will make access much easier. I have already recommended this B and B to friends and would love to see it featured as an Undiscovered Gem in a Travel Magazine. It is very very special.…