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We stayed in the San Francesco room #4 (www.vernazzarooms.com) for 2 nights in May. It was a gem! It is a 3-4 person room but it was the only one available in the town, so we booked it as it was still very reasonable! After...More
We stayed in Roma room #1, the loft. This room is insulated from the train noise as the balcony is very sheltered, i.e. built out the roof, contained. It's true that this accommodation is right by the train station. Lower rooms would probably be very...More
The house where the rooms are located is only 100 meters from the train station and they do run all night long and they are loud going through the tunnel.
This was my second recent stay in Cinque Terre so I knew what to expect...More
We stayed in the Roma rooms for three nights. Daria's friend met us under the bridge by the train station as planned. Roma Rooms itself is only about 20 steps up from the station. Our room wasn't facing the street but it was very clean...More
As promised, we were met at the train station. Good thing. The path to San Francisco Room #2 was winding, confusing and up 180 steps. The room had a bed and one folding chair. The closet had a place to set one suitcase and a...More
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they don't have any balcony/ sea views. the rooms are located directly off of the train station and at the back of town, therefore not close to the ocean. the town is so small though you really don't need to pay extra for a... More
they don't have any balcony/ sea views. the rooms are located directly off of the train station and at the back of town, therefore not close to the ocean. the town is so small though you really don't need to pay extra for a room with a view because you walk for 5 minutes and the ocean is right there and the views are incredible for free.