Whole house with independent courtyard, parking and covered storage space for bikes, halfway between the sea of Finale Ligure and its beautiful medieval center, in an excellent location for exploring the Ligurian town and all its region.
First, I’d like to say that we very much enjoyed our stay at this location in Finale Ligure. Let’s talk about that great things. Close to old town, not a bad distance from the beach and walking district, and a very nice chill patio/lawn area for evening drinks and bike fiddling. …
Scott, thank you for your review. However I recommend you, for your next trips, to book a hotel. I am very pleased to receive suggestions, but I do not really appreciate them when they sound as jokes. And I really appreciate the precision, but perhaps make me notice that the cloth that covers the wood in the courtyard is not aesthetically beautiful is a bit too negative. You don’t think so? Mine is a very spacious house, the announcement is precise and everything you have found is written in the description. But it’s an house, not an hotel. Probably, if you did not like something, it would have been enough to read a little better the description. For example I did not understand the question of ants very much? The house has a courtyard, there are green spaces all around, it is normal that there are some insects outside. As it’s normal not to leave food out. I really can not understand the point. Or do you think I'm responsible for some ant walking near my house? As I can’t understand when you write: “there were no issues with privacy or noise, but just be aware that it’s not actually the entire house.” Maybe next time you should look for a "villa from which windows you do not see other people". For a guy who writes a review so punctiliously, using a phrase like "Totally cool if you like to live dangerously" is perhaps a little excessive. It would be better put it in a description of bunjee jumping. And last… I would point out that nowhere is written that it is a villa. Again, perhaps it would have been better to have read carefully. Thanks for your stay and greetings from Italy. Paolo