Looking for a place to stay in Bierge? Then look no further than La Hotel Era Conte, a family-friendly inn that brings the best of Bierge to your doorstep.
Guest rooms offer a refrigerator, and La Hotel Era Conte makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the inn, including a concierge and room service. In addition, guests can enjoy a lounge during their visit.
If you’re looking for a Spanish restaurant, consider a visit to Albergue El Salto, which is not far from La Hotel Era Conte.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at La Hotel Era Conte as you experience everything Bierge has to offer.
Hotel Era Conte is a hidden gem in a small town. Our room had a beautiful view of fields of ripe wheat and a nearby hill, crowned by an old church with homes surrounding it. Our hostess was friendly and kind, as well as an amazing cook. I’m on a reduced sodium diet, and she created delicious salt-free dishes. The decor is a bit dated, but our room was clean and inviting. I will definitely come here again if I’m in the area.
The hotel is quite new and nicely decorated, one lady welcomed us with lovely smiles but I will not go back because: 1) furnitures covered in a thin layer of dust, probably because May is not a high season? The terrace of the room was not appealing at all, one table and some chairs all looked poor, white rubbish at one corner. 2) no internet in our room, had to go downstairs. But nobody told us in advance or anywhere notified. So They have in-room wifi with near-to-zero internet. 3) at 22:30 I started to prepare beds, to find blankets without covers, mine had red drops on the white naked blanket, I am so sure they were blood, this really made me feel sick. But because it was late and also because I always vote with feet, I said nothing. 4) we were having breakfast, the same nice lady came to ask if we wanted sandwiches for kids. I greedily thought they would be made from leftover of the breakfast since their kitchen was closed for lunch or dinner due to few customers, and she didn't mention any price anyway. We ended up with 4 sandwiches €24. In another hotel restaurant ( just one block away, 3 mins walk) you pay €16 for a nice menu, who wants to pay €6 for a sandwich with only olive oil and hams? One couple at next table was offered a sandwich as well, they were obviously surprised, It "looked" so friendly, at that moment. But that region is quite okay. There are several places of interest nearby. Will chose another hotel which is clean and better organised next time. …
Great food and family friendly. The breakfast buffet is great with local produce. A great place to unwind after a day canyoning with Expediciones. The rooms are quite, clean and the beds firm. Definitely recommended
We stayed in this quiet place located by the little village of Bierge. It's probably the best hotel in the zone and undoubtedly the best place to stay in this village. We had an en-suite double room overlooking Bierge on the first floor called "otoño" (autumn). The room is spacious with a desk and a couple of chairs. The tv is a bit old-fashioned and we couldn´t get any good stations so we didn't watch it. The bathroom is fine with a shower and some free toiletries. We only had breakfast and, honestly, it wasn't really splendid with the variety and quantity. The service is fine. Another little drawback is the access to the property. Coming by car it's a bit dangerous as the road leading to the hotel isn't exactly wide (we had the feeling to be driving in those narrow roads in Eire or North Alba), and the last bend towards the establishment requires skill in order not to go out from the road. Apart from this, this hotel is a nice place if you are looking for quietness after an energetic trekking around Guara Valley and its famous canyons.…
Setting of this hotel in the quaint town of Bierge is wonderful, not really ideal if you don't have a car, but the views are fantastic. The hotel is immaculately clean, and the facilities both inside and out are 5/5. So why the 3/5 rating? We never felt welcome at the hotel and there was a definite 'coolness' from the proprietor that received us. We have travelled 1000's of kilometres by plane and car, spent $$$$ just to get here, and opted to prepare our own picnic meal rather than spend more on a restaurant meal. We were told we'd have to eat around the corner from the hotel - thanks, so kind. Then at breakfast, (what's included in the price of the room? Coffee, bread, cheese, jam, danish & a juice. No fruit, meat, eggs, etc). Not ideal if you have limited dietary options. There's another hotel a block away that was a lot more friendly - will book there next time.…