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Reviewed 9 November 2017 via mobile

Two couples stayed here for two nights as part of a longer, predominantly walking trip to La Gomera. Agulo is a particularly pretty village with an astonishingly vertical walk up the mountain behind to a glass bottomed viewing deck and cafe/ bar at the top (cold drinks only 1.5€!). The rooms here are well kept, simple, clean and roomy. Breakfast is lovely - usual local choices plus bacon and egg(!), cereals, cheeses, ham, fresh bread and home made jams. Nice coffee. The village is very quiet and evening out dinner places limited but do exist and shouldn't put you off. We did a last minute Booking.com booking but on hearing from the lovely owner they take 15% I'd alway try and book direct to help caring, local owners who have pride in their hotels and service.

Date of stay: November 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Reviewed 7 February 2017

This is a rural hotel, which means it has restricted service hours. You are on your own most of the time. Breakfast is normal Spanish, exceptional local preserves. If you ask, you get good coffee. Rooms are small, bath room fine - area is quiet and near by is the village center, restaurants.
Popular with people who want to hike in the terraced landscapes and mountains nearby. Good place to stay and then visit. Very nice owners who take care of you.

Date of stay: February 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled on business
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Reviewed 31 January 2017 via mobile

Lovely village, nice little B&B. Very quite on Sundays only one restaurant open and a couple bars,otherwise all good rooms are clean,continental breakfast was good. Wifi was a bit hit and miss in our room, but fine in bar dining area..

Date of stay: January 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2  Thank phil_854
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Reviewed 19 January 2017

Hostess/Manager is exceptionally kind, caring, attentive. Our room was spacious, clean, elegant. The bed was comfortable. Breakfast was generous and delicious. The hotel is small (that's good!), with a serene, inner courtyard. The town is the loveliest on La Gomera.

Date of stay: January 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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3  Thank OpinionatedHikers
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Reviewed 10 January 2017

This is one of the most beautiful towns in the Canaries. Walking through Agulo feels like a walk back in time. In one direction, banana groves and vegetable patches cascade steeply towards the cliff-lined sea. In the other direction, the town rises in a tangle of steep streets and paths toward the base of the high cliffs overlooking the town.

The spectacular Mirador de Abrante sits atop one of these cliffs overlooking the town, 200 m below. It's a 15 minute drive up there from town, through some scenic, and vertigo-inducing roads. Definitely worth the effort.

We arrived in town during Epiphany, so the main restaurant was closed, but El Mantillo was open. We really enjoyed the charm and charisma of the waitress there. And the rustic Canarian fare wasn't bad either.

Date of stay: January 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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