Property: 10 |
Cleaning: 10 |
Host: 10 |
Location: 10 |
| Breakfast: 10
I just had the time of my life staying at the Meristella B&B! This was my third time visiting Italy and my second time staying at this location. I really love staying here and I’m going to start making it a regular vacation destination for me and my family.
First of all, the rooms are very clean and comfortable. The decor is lovely and a lot of attention was put into creating a relaxed atmosphere. The B&B is like having your own apartment in Italy. The front door enters into the kitchen and a living room with a pull out bed in the sofa that can double as another bedroom if need be. There are two big bedrooms attached to the living room with big and cushy beds. Each room could fit about 3 to 4 people if needed, and cribs are available on request. The kitchen is always stocked with food and drinks from the lovely hostess.
Stella is a very kind and happy person, and she is more than accommodating of her guests. Anything you need, all you need to do is ask her and she will provide.
The best part about staying here is that it is right next to the beach. You only need to walk a few feet to be on a wide sandy beach beside the sea. The water is very warm and it doesn’t get too deep too quickly, so you can swim way out while staying safe. The beach has so much fun stuff, too. Volleyball court, foosball, bocce, ping-pong, and so on. There are also 2 bars where you can get coffee, drinks, or snacks for low cost. The B&B has an outdoor bathroom and shower so you don’t have to work about dragging a bunch of sand and sea salt into the apartment. You can stay outside all day and be completely comfortable. The B&B is also a short walk across the seat from a restaurant, grocery store, a butcher, bar, news agent, and bakery. We had everything we needed.
We also rented a car while we stayed here. The Mache region isn’t as well known to Americans, but it is seriously underrated. It is right next to Tuscany and offers all f the warmth and rich history for a much lower price. Every day we would drive to different towns dotted throughout the region, built in Roman, Medieval and Renaissance times. We saw villages that were built in the year 1000, vast views from San Marino, and many UNESCO world heritage sites, including Urbino (which I would highly recommend).
Overall, this was one of the best vacations of my life, and I hope to be back again next year!
stayed from 08/30/2017 to 09/06/2017
The answer from the host:
Mille grazie Adam.