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Check-in time is from 3pm to 7pm
Those who come before this time are welcome anyway: as soon as your room will be available, often before 1.00pm, you will receive the keys.
We ask to our guests to leave the room at 11.00am on the day of the departure, so that we have time enough to prepare the room for the arrival of new guests.
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It is strongly recommended not to arrive after sunset: the roads are very narrow with curves deceptive. The trail at night is dangerous not only for the dark but also for the presence of wild boars.
Dogs are welcome
We believe the family dog is just that, a member of the family and deserves a holiday too!
We have a hero dog called Leo and wherever we go, if we possibly can we try to take her with us.
We believe that if you have a well-trained, clean and well-behaved dog and want them to join in the family holiday, you shouldn't compromise when it comes to your holiday.
The vast majority of accomodations in Cinque Terre don't accept dogs - but we do!
We have house-rules for our pet guests, but they are just what you would expect in a cottage - such as not being allowed on the sofa's or beds - after all, it wouldn't stay cottage for very long if we allowed this, would they?!
Non-aggressive dogs are wellcome in our cottage and can run free but always accompanied by the owner that he must check and collect the dejections left by animals.
We are also respectful of the fact that many of our guests don't have pets, so don't want to know that a pet may have stayed at the cottage before them. For this reason, alongside our house rules for pets, our cleaning standards are incredibly high, so you shouldn't be able to tell a dog has stayed before you.