Locanda Ca dei Duxi
The Locanda's name derives from the first owner's family name that lived inside the building from about the 15th century to the first half of the 20th.
This family is named Castiglione and like the other native families had several grounds and vineyards where they produced white wine and the mythical Sciacchetrà wine.
the ancient cellar where they produced the sciacchetrà is now the Locanda Ca' dei Duxi's breakfast room, where it is possible to observe the classic brick vault and a part of a vault made of typical local stone.
From 1998, the building has belonged to Germano/Raffellini's and it has been refurbished and transformed into the little hotel, also with the help of the European community fundings in order to recover the historical villages and to preserve the historical value.
Given that Ca' dei Duxi is placed in an historical building; the rooms have been conceived with some particular architectural and structural shrewdness in mind.
On the stairs, typically Ligurian, there is a visible part of the wall made of local stone.
The structure is composed by 10 rooms:
Room has a private bathroom inside, TV, air conditioned, fridge-bar, heating.
'Locanda Ca' dei Duxi' has received the eco-quality recognition, a brand of environmental quality, from the Cinque Terre National Park.
Cancellation Policy: 72h before arrival
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Hotel Facilities & Policies
- Air Conditioning
- Breakfast Included
- Luggage Storage
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 3 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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Coming from La Spezia by car, Cinque Terre start at the end of the 1st tunnel along the main costal road.
Going slowly down from the corner to Riomaggiore, it is possible to see Cinque Terre all together in a sight and to have a really wonderful view of Riomaggiore's village.
It will appear with its coloured and high houses climbing up the hills. All their pastel colours are in contrast with the deep blue of the sea and the intense green of the country.
How to find us: Once you are actually outside Riomaggiore's train station you turn right and take the tunnel. When you reach the end you will find yourself on the main street of the town, Via Colombo. After about 300 meters (point of reference on your right Pizzeria Veciu Muin), and following the cobbled stone steps on your left, our reception is there at number 34/36 to attend you