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We had a most enjoyable stay here for three nights in August in one of the smaller apartments. Villa Vinicina is located in the centre of Domaso, a small town on the shore of Lake Como. It’s a well preserved historic house which mostly has...More
We stumbled on this place by accident as we were coming through Domaso (on the shores of Lake Como). We were greeted by the owner, Sonia, who gave us a fascinating tour of the old house including the wine cellar. She then organized our dinner...More
We had such a wonderful stay here - many people appears to just stay a night or 2 whilst passing through but we stayed a whole week and loved it.
It was really child/baby friendly (we were travelling with our 5 month old) - cot...More
We stayed here for a weekend. I worked in the travel sector for many years and this is one of, if not the best accommodation I have stayed in. The house , the rooms and the garden are beautiful. The location is perfect but most...More
we spent a week at Villa Vinci at the end of May 17, Sonia and her team were so helpful, nothing was to much trouble.
the room was very clean light and airy the garden is a real sun trap and the pool was great....More
The pool is small and really only for a dip but the lake is a short walk and a beautiful swim. I wouldn't consider staying anywhere else on Lake Como. It is fab, full of character and Sonia who runs it is a lovely lovely... More
The pool is small and really only for a dip but the lake is a short walk and a beautiful swim. I wouldn't consider staying anywhere else on Lake Como. It is fab, full of character and Sonia who runs it is a lovely lovely lady and can't do enough for you.