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US$29 - US$77
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Italian, Mediterranean, Ligurian, Northern-Italian
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Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
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Reviewed 4 March 2018 via mobile

A lovely friendly couple full of smiles and very welcoming. We stayed in the b&b, the room was perfect, well looked after, clean, comfortable, excellent shower. Nice views of the valley. The food is very ´home made/ local’. Fun to try. 8 dishes, stuffed. Great...weekend away.More

Date of visit: March 2018
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Reviewed 3 December 2017

During the last 20 years we have noticed a sad decline in many of the traditional agriturismi in the hills behind Imperia which offer set-menu meals. The prices have crept up and the range and quality of food have slipped. Consequently today's lunch at Poggio...di Maro' was a really delightful experience. We had met Barbara a few weeks earlier at a local market and bought some of their saffron. Chatting, we learnt about their agriturismo and so decided to try it out. True the drive up the final half-kilometre is rather steep, but nothing unusual for the area. Arriving, the house is beautifully laid out, especially in today's winter sunshine. Daniele welcomed us on the terrace with an aperitivo and we could enjoy the stupendous views. Inside, the small dining-room is just as attractive. As for the food, Barbara's cooking is a delight. The antipasti began with a pumpkin flan and anchovy sauce - and the courses kept on coming. Also we had some dishes which we do not normally meet in agritourismo - the pork and agrodolce onions, the saffron-flavoured panacotta. Daniele served - and both were so friendly it was as if we were family guests. At €35 per head, including wine, we were more than satisfied. Thank you to both of you for a lovely lunch!More

Date of visit: December 2017
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Reviewed 27 October 2017

The four of us stayed at Il Poggio di Maro and ate there every nigh as the food was so good. The food was fresh, often from the owners own property, Ligurian recipes often with a modern twist, one of our party was gluten free...and Barbara cooked for us with this in mind - all delicious.More

Date of visit: October 2017
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Reviewed 26 April 2016 via mobile

Despite the narrow country road, getting to the top of the "Poggio"(a hill with a view) at "Il Poggio di Maro" in Badalucco,is really worth the trip! Firstly, for the beautiful 360 degrees views over the valley and the villages around. Climb the ladder to...the top of the viewing tower for breathtaking scenery and unique photo oportunities. This is an ideal place for a few days of relaxation. From here you can visit the picturesque Valle Argentina, you can go on hikes, bycicle rides and horse riding can be arranged too. The sea is only 10 kms away and the river at less than a 10 minutes' walk. A tiny stream also runs close to the agriturismo and if you are brave enough to face its cold waters, you will be able to splash about in peace and tranquillity with no one else in sight. Secondly,for the very friendly welcoming committee (two gorgeous dogs!) and the children play area. Your kids will love them. Thirdly, for the fantastic home-made country style cuisine,freshly prepared everyday with locally grown produce, directly from the owners' garden!- When was the last time you ate fresh home-made pasta and fruit and veggies with no carbon footprint? Lastly, the bedrooms are large, very comfortable, tastefully decorated with comfortable beds and lovely showers. A continental breakfast is served in the morning with different options of fruit, yogurts, cereal, cakes and biscuits. To complete the picture,the owners Barbara and Daniele are very friendly and approachable. We had a fantastic time here and we hope to be back in the near future!More

Date of visit: April 2016
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Il Poggio di Maro' is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travellers:
  • Food: 5
  • Service: 5
  • Value: 4.5