0.32km from Wine Bar L'ApprodoI’m not quite sure how to rate Lo Nardo. There were many good things and a few not so good things. When we entered the property it was clean and well maintained, though looking more carefully, it’s the small things that catch one’s eye. Firstly I noticed that the sheets weren’t ironed. This is the first time that I’ve stayed anywhere - and I’ve travelled third world countries, that this has occurred. It made me wonder if they were clean. The beds were very hard. I like a firm mattress, but this was uncomfortable. If you like a long shower, be aware that the hot water tanks are small so have to wait 15 mins for the next person to get hot water. There wasn’t an extra toilet paper roll, which wouldn’t be bad if we had have been given a full one to start, so we had to ask for more. The monogrammed towels at the start were beautiful then some very ordinary towels turned up after that. The a/c had the temp display at the front of it and it shone all night. Not great for light sleepers. I have to admit that the rooms were very quiet, but ours faced a through street, so I’m not sure what that would be like in the high season. We had a table and chairs for eating in room. Also, in the room was a cooktop, fridge, crockery and cutlery, pots and pans. The Terrace rooftop had cooking equipment for eating upstairs and was able to cater for at least 6 people. There was a bit of cereal, jams, Nutella. One large UHT milk was opened for us as was a sweet dessert wine for after dinner. That was a very nice touch. Grazie Carmelo. There was Espresso coffee, though that ran out and there was instant coffee and tea. There were some basic accroutrements for making a dinner - oil, salt, pepper, vinegar, so we were able to rustle up some great lunches and dinners. There’s a supermarket and greengrocers as well as fishmongers nearby. Our friends stayed in the room in the mezzanine room and found that a bit difficult as the stairs were narrow so couldn’t get their suitcases upstairs. It was hard for them as they have sight issues which meant coming downstairs was difficult, if they had forgotten anything, as they had to do so without their contact lenses. Also, this room was very dusty and the tv didn’t work. Saying this, Carmelo was a congenial host and being really close to the Main Street and ferry - an easy 50-100 metre walk, made this a good place to stay.