We were made extremely welcome and nothing was too much trouble. Very useful that the owners both spoke fluent English, lots of advice about where to visit and the locality, only problem there was too much and not enough time.
The property was fine, not a five star hotel but very homely. Nice little terrace with table and chairs to sit and have a glass of local vino. In the evening fireflies and tea lights made for a very pleasant setting.
You need to be mobile, there is a short walk from the road with steps, oh the steps, as one local told me in Italian 'just take it steady', I don't speak Italian but I understood what he said. The location is amazing, if you look out one side you can see the Carrara mountains (where the marble comes from) and then the other direction you have a great view of Massa and the bay. The village is nice, there is a great pizza restaurant and a bar where they make their own wine, also a small shop. From the train station in Massa we were able to get...