Ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 out of 5
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
5 out of 5
by Metsecmanfrom New Zealand

Stay here!

Posted Sep 15, 2014 on Hotels.com
This accommodation is wonderful. The hosts could not be more, friendly, more helpful or more accommodating. The countryside where it is located is stunning, however one word of caution, if you don't like heights, go the long way round. Either cash or a paypal account is necessary for payment. Top up with fuel before you leave the main town centres. Nice shop in the centre of the village sells a decent local red wine, cheeses and bread at a good price, but you will probably only need the wine as the host freely provides so much more than B&B ! Take something for the evening meal in any case. If the opportunity arises we would certainly stay here again for longer next time.
Comment from Hotel Management
Feb 4, 2015 by La Casa Inglese, Hotel Management
Nicholas and I would like to thank you both for your stay with us. It was lovely to exchanged some conversations on your experience in New Zeland . We learnt a lot from it. We hope to see you again and wish all the best in your far away home. Best regards. Zoraida
5 out of 5
for Getaway With Friends
by Sanjafrom Tampere

Superb Italian getaway in the mountains

Posted Aug 31, 2014 on Hotels.com
I stayed in La Casa Inglese for six nights with a friend. We stayed in the Oscar Wilde -apartment, which had a small bedroom and even smaller bathroom, kitchenette and hall/breakfast area. For a B&B, the place is excellent! The hosts provided everything we asked for in the fridge/cupboard and were extremely nice and welcoming. They recommended interesting places in the area to visit and made us feel perfecty at ease. Vara Superiore (the smal village where La Casa Inglese is located) is lovely, but difficult to access, though we didn't mind because we knew this beforehand and were well prepared. You'll need a car to get there and the bendy roads in the mountains are a slow drive - especially in misty weather, which is common. But once you're there, you'll want to explore the surroundings - there are lots of beautiful villages and towns to visit and lots of beautiful hiking ground for sports enthousiasts. During our six days, we explored Arenzano, the Mt. Beigua nature park, Ovada, Sassello, Aqui Terme (the most lovely town I've ever seen), Genoa, Rapallo and Portofino (the most beautiful hiking trail I've ever experienced). All in all I can definately recommed La Casa Inglese, as the price/quality is excellent and the surroundings totally charming!
Comment from Hotel Management
Feb 4, 2015 by La Casa Inglese, Hotel Management
I have already sent you a message of thank you,but I did not which button pressed as it was not in English. If did not arrive then here you are us again. Nicholas and I wanted to thank you for your stay and all the light you both brought with you. People here still comment on these two lovely, active guests we had. Very adventorous... Hope to see you again. Best regards, Zoraida and Nicholas
4 out of 5
for Families
by Niels Arbergfrom Danmark

Fred og ro - og køligere nætter end ved kysten

Posted Jul 24, 2014 on Hotels.com
B&B'en ligger oppe i bjergene, hvor der er mange vandrestier, bjergcykelture, små hyggelige byer og spisesteder med lokal god mad. Kysten, Genoa og Asti kan man køre til på lidt over en time, så der er gode muligheder for sightseeing. Værtsparret er søde og rare, taler engelsk og er meget hjælpsomme.
Comment from Hotel Management
Feb 4, 2015 by La Casa Inglese, Hotel Management
Thank you so much for your stay with us. We enjoyed so much your company and liveliness. Hope to see you again. Best regards, Zoraida and Nicholas