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Cedar Crest, New Mexico
Reviewed 9 July 2016

Great town. Any location is a good one in this small town. Service was good. They take credit cards and thank you to the person that also had a bed and breakfast that suggested this one, because she didn't take credit cards. If you plan to eat here (optional supper and breakfast), you have to be vegetarian. The food is...

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Snells Beach, New Zealand
Reviewed 18 July 2015 via mobile

One of Spain's prettiest villages is hidden away in the Pyrenees. Cobbled narrow streets surround the square with various small shops, bars and period buildings. Posada Magoria is a true mountain hideaway with wooden floors and an antique character. Walkers, skiers in winter and popular with Spanish visitors in summer this hidden B&B doesn't disappoint. No lift or "modern" trappings...

Thank DavidRRyan
State of Minas Gerais
Reviewed 3 July 2015

Charming and cosy, but not for everyone. Me and my wife spent two nights in Anso in June/15, and we selected to stay at Magoria based on the bedroom pictures and reviews we found online. It was definitely a posada well put together, with much care from the owners, who also live in the building. The bedroom we stayed was...

1Thank Pedroghirotti
Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 5 January 2014 via mobile

This is a lovely way to stay in a real guest home, not just a guest house, which gives it a certain charm and gives you exposure to life in a remote and beautiful part of the world. Our room was comfortable with vintage decor. The host cooks healthy and superb meals including an amazing nettle soup which we thoroughly...

1Thank TomFairfield
Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 18 September 2013

We had a wonderful stay in this guest house last June. The original rooms we had booked in the attic were too small for our family of two adults and two kids, so we upgraded to the larger rooms downstairs. The rooms were lovely and spacious enough for us. The house is a bit noisy, but we didn't mind. It...

Thank micheleyh
Reviewed 25 July 2013

We recently spent three enjoyable days in the village of Anso. It is a beautiful, protected village with a great atmosphere - and a good base for hiking in the Western Pyrenees. However, our accommodation was not without problems. We (a couple with a 2-year old child) had reserved well in advance. Upon arrival, we were assigned a small room...

6Thank Tomcat2020
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Reviewed 14 July 2013

The village is romantic and the owners are friendly but in the rooms of this posada you cannot only conversate with your neighbours but also hear them drink a glass of water. Walls like paper, never experienced this before in 30 years of visiting hotels. No emergency exit close on the upper floor though it is all wood inside. Overpriced...

1Thank Flip2020
Reviewed 23 September 2012

We loved our stay in this historic house and village high in the Pyrenees. Anso is an attractive town and was a good base for exploring the mountains and surrounding area. We were first attracted by the vegetarian meals, and greatly enjoyed sharing them with our fellow travellers (all from other areas of Spain). Our hostess/cook/manager Koro was kind, patient,...

Thank SLC_UT02
Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 15 February 2012

It is more than 6 months since we were lucky enough to stumble upon the Posada Magoria. We arrived late afternoon, tired and a little frazzled from the road and without a booking. Teresa was cooking in the kitchen and, fortunately, had a room for us. The 3-storey inn is lovingly restored and its setting is sensational, tucked into the...

Thank Margaret2037
Reviewed 17 June 2011

Highly recommend staying at beautifully restored Posada Magoria, hosts couldn't be more helpful ad speak some englsh, food excellent, village and surroundings idyllic, walks into the mountain peaks and valles absolutely magical.

2Thank JuliaAustralia2850

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Additional Information about Posada Magoria

Address: Calle Milagro 32, 22728 Anso, Spain
Region: Spain > Aragon > Province of Huesca > Anso
Price Range: €54 - €61 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 7
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“No wifi in our room, but a nice seating area nearby with free wifi and also in the dinning area.”
 of 5 bubbles trancheNM, 9 Jul 2016 | Read review
“Room three is the largest and is by itself across the hall from rooms 1 and 2; there is some noise from the attic rooms if staying in room 1 (and probably in room 2 also), but all are charming.”
 of 5 bubbles Margaret2037, 15 Feb 2012 | Read review
“No credit cards”
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  • Side door
 of 5 bubbles JuliaAustralia2850, 16 Jun 2011 | Read review
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