Incredible views of the surrounding valleys.
Fantastic to see a family run business. Very friendly and accomodating.
Rooms look traditional and historic, though are outfitted with modern luxuries.
A 'small-town, country, everyone knows each other feel' - which is refreshing after visiting major citied.
Parking is easy and free. car req. Very narrow road towards the end (had to reverse for a wider car). Windy one down. Quite manageable though.
A great stop between Florence/Tuscany towards La Spezia and the Cinque Terre.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel Quattro Gigli (Four Lilies) owned and run by the Puccioni Family since 1930, is situated in the centre of the ancient town , and precisely in the 14th century palace once housing the Podesteria (residence of the town's Podestà). The inside is convenientely restored and offers an atmosphere of real tuscanity, consisting of hospitality, kindness and privacy.The bedrooms have all comforts: their balconies face green amphitheatres preading up to the sea ... more less
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