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After humming and hawing about the choice of a dated and basic hotel or an overpriced hotel on the shore of the lake, we were referred to Tre Terre by a friend who had stayed twice before. And an excellent referral it was! For around the same price as one of the lakeside hotels, we got a room with a private garden and parking space, with a lovely view out over the lake, great for sunrise at breakfast time. The staff are all super friendly and made our stay very pleasant. They all spoke Italian and English and i think German too. The agriturismo is dog friendly and there was also a couple when we were there with an infant, so presume they're happy to help out on warming milk etc. Buffet breakfast is decent and the food for dinner was also very good. We had dinner twice and the chestnut gnocchi and slow cooked pork ribs were excellent. Farm produce is used where possible. Would definitely look to stay here again if we visit Lake Como in the future.
The location, service and food were excellent. The friendly and helpful staff made us feel welcome. It is an ideal place for those who wish to escape from the hustle and bustle of a big city. I highly recommend this place.
We stayed 3 nights - the road to get there is narrow and steep especially the last bit and would not advise doing it at night. However the view when you get there is fantastic. We had a room with a balcony and it was clean and modern with a very quiet air conditioning system and blackout blinds and it was so quiet and cool that we slept really soundly. This is a place to chill out. Dinner is served at stone tables overlooking the fantastic view of Lake Como and the Alps and there is an infinity pool at the edge of the hillside. We ate there every night as we didn't fancy the road down at night and the village itself does not have much in the way of restaurants. There was a simple menu - 4 each of antipasti, traditionale, primi and secondi and dessert which did make it a bit limited after 2 nights - would probably have been better to have had a smaller choice but a special each night. The food was very traditionally Italian mountain food - loads of polenta, huge amounts of meat, pasta - I was disappointed that despite providing foraged flowers and herbs on the food, there were absolutely no vegetables - nothing was served with a vegetable and there were no side orders of vegetables so it was very carbohydrate heavy - potato, pasta, polenta and meat. Would be absolutely no good if you were a vegan and not much good if you were vegetarian. The puddings were huge heavy cakes and no fruit. Breakfast also had no fruit to speak of apart from a few grapes and some melon pieces - I had expected strawberries, raspberries - all these things that are in season at the moment and so that was disappointing. The pool is refreshing and not too cold but one things to note is that, if you do not have a garden room with its own sun loungers, you need to be down at the pool very early to get a sun lounger. There were not enough for each guest and it took us until the third day to get two and that was only because we went straight from breakfast. Staff were very friendly and helpul. It was relaxing and calming but just could have done with more fruit and vegetables!
We stayed at Tre Terre for five nights in september. The road taking you up to Tre Terre is rather steep, but it's absolutely worthwhile! The views of lake Como are beautiful, rooms are modern and comfortable, and the restaurant is fantastic. Staff are all very kind and helpful. The weather was a little chilly when we were there, so we'll need to come back to fully appreciate the pool.
My husband and I stayed here recently and we really enjoyed our stay. The rooms are clean, calming and spacious with far-reaching views of the lake (we had a 'superior with balcony'). The grounds are beautifully kept; there is an infinity pool, a covered area to sit and enjoy a tea or coffee, an indoor sitting room in inclement weather, quiet areas for reading with comfortable lounger chairs. The breakfast is delicious local produce with eggs cooked on request, all eaten on a terrace with lake views and the rising sun. We ate dinner here three times during our stay here and we can recommend that highly too. People have mentioned the road leading up Tre Terre. Yes, it is steep and I was apprehensive but it did not seem as bad as first thought - much of it is wide enough for two cars to pass and, where this isn't possible, there are places to edge into to let others pass. The narrowest point is when you enter the grounds of Tre Terre and traffic there is minimal. We arrived in the middle of a thunderstorm with hailstones when the drain grates at the bottom of the road had washed up and water was gushing out a metre above the road - the worst possible conditions but it was fine! The local area is not 'tourist pretty' (apart from the views) just a local village, but the stoney beach was fine for swimming (wear surf shoes); we liked the 'local' feel and it was free of crowds and so very relaxing. The walk along the lake in either direction is also worth doing. A beautiful place and a great stay - thank you.