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If you've read any of the reviews, you'll know that this place is rather special. None of those reviews are wrong. It's how a hotel should be. Beautiful location, attentive, friendly and efficient staff. Clean, comfortable, quiet rooms. Excellent food served in a dining room...More
The hotel is located in the heart of the Picos Mountains. Stayed here en-route back to France about a 80 min drive through the mountains to Santander. Staff very welcoming, excellent choice of food and wine for dinner. Room was well appointed and clean, staff...More
What an amazing place. Stayed here last week while travelling around the area. Beautiful setting, lovely and very welcoming staff (speak little English) Foodies heaven, meals are wonderful and good if you have a large apitite. Really can't praise this hotel enough. A must visit...More
Stayed for two nights during a Biking Trip with 3 Pals. We all wished it was for longer, the Hotel was Magnificent, the food was absolutely brilliant with portions that would fill anybody. The staff were all excellent and very helpful and the location of...More
Stayed here for one night while touring, fantastic welcome. The rooms were exceptionally clean. The food tasted like great but my goodness the potions are absolutely ginormous. The restaurant staff were very attentive and you can see they care. Great place to stay. The room...More
We are wanting to walk the Rio Cares and I'm wondering what the distance it is from this hotel to the beginning of the trail. You talk about a funicular nearby...is this the same one you take on the Rio Cares? Also, we would be coming from San Sebastian. Is it enough to enjoy the spectacular scenery along the northern coast on our drive to this hotel?
23 November 2014|
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Hello. Others seem to know more about the cable car etc than I do. We were cycling, so didn't wander too far from the hotel. A couple of things. We cycled from Santander along the N road to a small town called Cabazon de la... More
Hello. Others seem to know more about the cable car etc than I do. We were cycling, so didn't wander too far from the hotel. A couple of things. We cycled from Santander along the N road to a small town called Cabazon de la Sal. From there we came off the main roads, went to Puentenansa via Valle de Cabuerniga and then joined the N621 at La Hermida which goes up to Potes. You'll need local maps. It was a lovely route, but going that way does mean that you miss some of the more spectacular bits of the gorge, although you could turn right at La Hermida, drive down the gorge and then come back up again. Having cycled down to Sevilla, but driven back, I would suggest that, as a general rule, if you have time, come off the motorways, it's much more interesting. While there, don't miss going up to the Mirador de Llesba at Puerto de San Glorio, beautiful views and lovely walks.
Have a great time.