It is located in one of the old pastel-colored houses that frame the evocative little square of Vernazza, one of the Cinque Terre, which became a UNESCO World Heritage since 1997
Coming down from the train station and heading towards the sea, the structure can be reached going through the village through Via Roma, the main road which, near the little square, becomes Via Visconti. Here at number 4 there is a cà dî Bafirussi. The house, with a central location and an enchanting view (the windows, in fact, are in Piazza Marconi), is composed of two double bedrooms each with private bathroom and a living room with cooking area.
One of the two rooms overlooks the famous square with its tables, colored umbrellas and the marina, the other overlooks one of the many interior carugi that cross the village; the view is not comparable to that on the square but silence and quiet can compensate for this "lack". Each of the two rooms has air conditioning, heating, wi fi, iron and a private bathroom with a shower, hairdryer and courtesy set.
The living room with kitchen, sofa, fridge and TV is available to guests of the hotel, here the view is on the square and the marina. The kitchen is equipped with a microwave only.
Guests will find a pack of water bottles and breakfast supplies: kettle, coffee, tea, sugar, jams and rusks. As a welcome will be offered a tasting of limoncino produced by the owners with lemons grown on their land surrounding the country.