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Reviewed 10 October 2016

Stayed 5 nights. Emilia is extremely helpful and kind. The apartment is well located, even if a little out of the centre the walk is not too much. Spacious with all you need although basic all is functional. The grocery store is just 50m from the apartment. Really felt like we were living in the village. At the tourist info office they have leaflets with walks around the area.

Stayed: October 2016, travelled as a couple
1  Thank kpi0
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Reviewed 12 August 2016

What a beautiful building. We booked the 2 apartments for our party of 4 adults and one child.
The house is within a complex of several other houses, overlooking a central cobbled courtyard. There are many little alley ways, basements, gardens, bridges and balconies within view.
From the upstairs apartment we had a breathtaking view of the mountains.
Both the apartments were spotless and roomy. The kitchenettes were supplied with the basics but in Italy, you only have breakfast in your room!
The beds were super comfy and large.
Emilia, the host was so helpful. Our flight to Milan landed at 2300 hours and so we got a train to Saronno and were hoping to catch a bus to Como and then onto Bellagio, but at that time of night there was no service. We checked on a taxi price from the airport and were quoted 200 Euro. We thought this was expensive, so got the train to Saronno. There we were stranded. We contacted Emilia and she arranged for a taxi to pick us up there and bring us to the apartments. This cost us 150 Euro, so we should have just got the taxi from the airport!
Bellagio itself is beautiful, but be prepared to do a lot of walking. Its about a 1km walk to the harbour and town centre. There are several lovely shops and restaurants. There is a bus service, but we didn't see any taxis to get back home (with 2 bad backs and a seven year old, we would have loved a taxi on a few occasions).
The supermarket is about 50 metres away from the apartment and stocks everything you need, Emilia supplies washing up liquid, tea towels, dish cloths and hand soap as well as plenty of towels in the bathrooms.
Going home, we got the ferry to Como - the fast one- then a taxi to the airport. Total cost for 5 of us, 200 Euro. Emilia's husband, Roberto, gave us a lift down to the ferry and we stored our luggage there, for free, til the 5pm ferry arrived,
The only downside to the apartments was that there was no air conditioning, and Italy in August is hot! We had a couple of fantastic thunder storms too.
We went to Bellagio for a wedding that was held at the Belvedere Hotel. There is a pool here, and as long as you buy from the bar, its for free, and they supply the towels too.
Overall, this was a wonderful experience. I would definitely return to Relais Ai Campi. Booking was easy, and you pay cash on arrival. Be aware that there is a City Tax to be added on your arrival which is about 12 Euros a day.

Room Tip: Both apartments are accessed by stairs. Not suitable for wheelchair users. I wouldn't take toddlers there either.
  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled with family
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1  Thank ClaireT1375
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Reviewed 26 October 2015

What a perfect place to stay for our 2 night visit to Bellagio. The upstairs apartment was very comfortable and beautifully clean and simply furnished Italian style. It was about 15 minute downhill to walk into Bellagio with many choices of restaurants and things to do. Excellent value for money and a lot cheaper than the other options in Bellagio. Emilia is very friendly and helpful. No parking on site but various options not too far away and there is a well stocked supermarket very close by. It was a little difficult to find as the sign is just off the road, so easier to spot when walking rather than driving.

  • Stayed: October 2015, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 12 August 2015

We had a lovely stay at the Relais Campi in Belaggio. The hostess Emelia was very helpful and gave us lots of tips about places and restaurants to visit. The apartment was spacious and had all the amenities we needed for our stay. A small but well equipped kitchen, good size bathroom with a washing machine, and spacious living room and bedroom.
The only thing I could comment on is that the floors could have done with a better clean prior to new arrival of guests.

The apartment is about a 25 minutes walk to the centre of Belaggio.

  • Stayed: July 2015, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank UlleC
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Reviewed 14 July 2015

This is more like a homestay than a hotel, the owners live upstairs and are really helpful. It is cheap accomodation compared to the alternatives in Bellagio, though it is a bit outside town. Friendly (italian) explanations along the way helped us find the place, it is about 20 minutes walking from the ferry/boat harbour. Nice and clean, and there is a supermarket just around the corner. We got nice suggestions and all the help we needed during our stay - and also a free ride to the boat when we left (probably not standard:).

Stayed: July 2015, travelled as a couple
4  Thank Vegard W
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