We stayed for 4 nights here and were very comfortable. In unusually hot weather, the hotel and its large garden were a welcome oasis. Paloma and Sergio are splendid hosts, generous with their knowledge of the area, and their personal touch made our stay even more memorable. This is a very well-run hotel, and worth making a special trip to stay here.
Fantastic. The owners: very pleasant people.; The side: Magic. The landscape: Spectacular.......its the paradise! If you come by airplane you can use the Asturias´s airport and in more or less one hour you can reach this gratefull destination. All around are very very
We stayed 2 nights here to enjoy some hiking in the stunning and remote Redes National Park. Paloma and her husband are wonderful hosts - kind and helpful, and the place is stunning. Our room was very comfortable and well-equipped, and the common areas are delightful and beautifully decorated. Breakfast and dinner were delicious - with local specialities and jams from home-grown currants and other berries. There's also self-service tea facilities and a small self-service bar, which is great in a relatively remote place. That said, there are plenty of villages and small towns in this incredibly beautiful area. Visit it - it's sensational.
We stayed for one night during a cycle tour of the area in May and arrived in rather bad weather. The accommodation is to a high standard with a comfortable communal sitting room with a wood burner (which was very welcome when we were there). We enjoyed a lovely and imaginative evening meal. The breakfast was also a good. All in all highly recommended. The bikes were kept under cover in the front porch.
It is amazing to us that the Parque de Redes is not crawling with walkers, bird-watchers and naturalists. The scenery is outstanding, the walks magnificent, and there is a great diversrity of flora and fauna in the huge beech and chestnut forests, among the high altitude flower meadows and on the high peaks. Our best advice is to get there before everyone else - and if you do go, to stay with Palmoa and Sergio. Their small guest house is impeccable, full of local objects, original art and colourful pottery made by Paloma in the workshop attached to the house. Both Paloma and Sergio are professional biologists, with a wealth of information and advice about the area. The food is great, with breakfast of home-made yoghurt and jam served in the garden, and dinner cooked by Paloma from local ingredients, suitable for carnivores and vegetarians as desired. As others have noted, the location on the edge of a hamlet at the top end of the park is absolutely peaceful. We've been walking six or seven times in different pars of the Cordillera Cantabrica in Northern Spain, and this has to be one of our top selections.…