We were housed in an apartment that is not the one advertised but the one on top used by the owner and her family, so comments about the nice enough apartment are not relevant. The traditional house is reasonably comfortable, at the end of a small lane, with views on the torrent and the hills around. There is alas a dog nearby that never fails to bark at any (rare) passerby or activity around. And the nearby church bells ring every hour, with an extra dose at 7am. (A point that did not bother me as I left every morning at 6 to go running on one of the many steep trails around.) The main issue with the place is that the description included Wifi and that there was no Wifi. Given that the village of Pontegrande does not have much to offer (the only café was rather unfriendly, maybe because I could not say more than a few words in Italian), apart from many hiking trails (a map was available in the house) and an agroturismo restaurant we did not sample, having no Internet connection to look for alternatives to hikes during a rainy week forced us to drive more often than we had wished to Macugnana, at the end of the road and the bottom of the Monte Rosa group, 1/2 hour away. We only found on the last day that nearby Anzinio had a free Wifi access.