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Agriturismo Terre Bianche

Localita Arcagna 503, 18035 Dolceacqua Italy
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#5 of 11 Speciality lodging in Dolceacqua
We offer a selection of comfortable apartments ranging from studios to a large three-bedroom accommodation, as well as an independent little villa should you opt for a more private stay. All apartments are decorated in a crisp yet warm Ligurian style, with all the comforts to make your stay enjoyable. They feature a private bathroom with shower, hair dryer, towels and toiletries, king-size bed and TV. Guests also have access to our communal facilities: free Wi-Fi, mountain bikes, ping-pong and table football. Pets are welcome.
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Localita Arcagna 503, 18035 Dolceacqua Italy
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Fiumicino Airport275 miSee all flights
Cote D'Azur Airport24 miSee all flights
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sulayman a wrote a review Aug 2017
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Stayed with my partner two nights in one of the cottage rooms that were very clean and comfortable; fabulous views, wonderful area, very special region. Would not hesitate to recommend to friends. Arrive with food provisions.
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
rovinaround wrote a review May 2015
Australia53 contributions57 helpful votes
We decided on this property as a base to go to the Monte Carlo Grand Prix. As it turns out it was an excellent choice, so picturesque our two nights weren't long enough. The apartment was brand new it was like we were the first people to use everything. The nearby town of Dolceacqua had ample restaurants or you can bring back your own local produce and use the facilities in the apartment to cook at home. Highly recommend.
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Date of stay: May 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Adnan C wrote a review Jul 2014
London, United Kingdom2 contributions1 helpful vote
We flew to Nice airport which was 40 mins by car from Terre Bianche. The narrow road leading to the hill tops revealed a beautiful setting of olive groves, vineyards and stunning scenery. The first thing that welcomed us before anyone even showed up was the overpowering smell of jasmine and olive trees blossoms. The place is very scenic with uninterrupted nature and vistas all around. One feels completely isolated from the humdrum of busy modern life and the three guest houses sit well within its natural setting. The place is imbued in the local history and the guest houses used to be army barracks that are now split in two spacious detached houses and set of self contained apartments. we stayed in the self contained apartment where we had our own kitchen and a small garden. The owners were very hospitable and approachable and offered us a welcoming glass of prosecco while we settled in. The beautiful village of Dolceaqua in the vicinity and natural ponds nearby together with the sighting of wildlife around Terre Bianche (white earth), from which the place got its name from, offered plenty to see and do. We were not lacking in anything during the stay and were not disturbed; the only disturbance were starry nights and crickets in the field. The best attribute of the palce apart from its setting is a local winery that supplied us with really good wines that made our stay even happier )))). If you rent a car, there are also few beaches 15 mins away or small villages further into the mountains, worth a see! Am hoping we go back and steal this small piece of heaven soon! thank you )
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Date of stay: June 2014
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: I would choose Mimosa house next time, as it stands proud and alone on the hill surrounded by...
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Rosa H wrote a review Oct 2013
Brussels, Belgium40 contributions12 helpful votes
Only made a visit to taste and buy wine here, after reading some great reviews about it. First the directions. Coming from Dolceaqua, drive the 'Via Roma' to Isolabona. At the first turn, go to the left (dir Rochetta). After a while you can go to the left (dir La Colla). Go all the way up the hill (10min drive!), with a great view! After a while you will see a sign with 'Terre Bianche'. (narrow street to the left). Do visit in the afternoon (from 14.30) because in the morning they are working in the winery and they don't do tastings/selling. They do produce a very good wine called Arcagna, which is a combination of Rossese grape and Cabernet Sauvignon ... just great!
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Date of stay: October 2013
Trip type: Travelled with family
Sue Z wrote a review Oct 2012
Kelowna, Canada6 contributions7 helpful votes
We stayed one night at Terre Bianche in September 2012 and just loved the place! It was so peaceful and the hosts were very friendly and accomodating. Even the dog was very welcoming!! Just ask the best way to drive to Terre Bianche as we came on the very winding road and didn't realize from the confirmation printout they sent us that there are two different roads to arrive at your destination. It was printed on the bottom of the comfirmation, but I didn't see it. We travelled through Italy for 3 1/2 weeks and stayed at 14 different types of accomodation during this period and my husband said that he wished we would have stayed longer at Terre Bianche. We have been home for over two weeks and still he talks about how great the place was and the town of Dolceacqua to people who view our pictures. Our accomodation was very clean, ample room and a great view down into the town below. We had a great breakfast outside in the morning and enjoyed the company of two other couples staying there at the same time we were. We hope to return to this little heaven when we visit Europe again in 2012!! Thanks for your great hospitality!!! Tom & Sue, Canada
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Date of stay: September 2012
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Agriturismo Terre Bianche
Which popular attractions are close to Agriturismo Terre Bianche?
Nearby attractions include Ponte Vecchio (0.8 miles), Dolceacqua (0.8 miles), and Visionarium (0.8 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Agriturismo Terre Bianche?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and hiking.
Which room amenities are available at Agriturismo Terre Bianche?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a refrigerator, and a mosquito net.
Is parking available at Agriturismo Terre Bianche?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Agriturismo Terre Bianche?
Conveniently located restaurants include Casa e Bottega, Apricus Osteria & Bar, and A Viassa.
Is Agriturismo Terre Bianche located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.7 miles away from the centre of Dolceacqua.
Are pets allowed at Agriturismo Terre Bianche?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Agriturismo Terre Bianche?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to Agriturismo Terre Bianche?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Area Archeologica di Nervia - Citta Romana di Albintimilium (3.9 miles), Porta Canarda (3.7 miles), and Palazzo dei Monaci e Zecca Seborghina (4.4 miles).