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Reviewed 22 August 2018

Me and my daughter have just returned (our 2nd visit under sad circumstances), but a beautiful spiritual journey, beautiful people Andreas, Rosa and Angela and everyone do their best to help with whatever they can, genuine caring, kind people We had a lovely massage on 2 occasions with Maria, food is lovely its such a special place, we will return xxx

Date of stay: August 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Reviewed 14 June 2018

After a drive that took us through some fantastic countryside we arrived at Bajo el Cejo. This is a beautiful place for peace and quiet where you can recharge your soul. The food is excellent and Andrea and Rosa are wonderful hosts and very knowledgeable about the area.

Date of stay: June 2018
Thank Joan D
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Reviewed 31 May 2018

This boutique B and B/Hotel is an oasis in the mountains of rural Spain. We arrived just before the holiday season ,so had the whole place to ourselves. Consequently we got the best table for dinner every night, the one that over looks the mountains. They do all the cooking which is outstanding. A five course meal for 30 euros a head.Their food was creative and delicious.For instance, fig cream made from their own figs, fantastic freshly whipped orange juice from their own oranges trees.
The rooms had views of the mountains. The bathroom had a fantastic walk-in shower. There is no TV, however they are currently polling customers whether they think one is necessary. We only said it would be nice only because my husband would like to practice his Spanish, other than that we didn't think it essential. As hosts, they were extremely welcoming, helpful lovely people who are passionate about both the food and the hotel they have produced. And they have succeeded in creating a simply magical place. So much so that we stayed an extra night.

Date of stay: May 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank amanda f
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Reviewed 23 May 2018

Here you feel you are welcome: they explain what you can do for walking, they serve delicious food and they personal touch is so nice. We staid here only 3 nights and although I am not a fan of Spain, this is a place where I would like to stay longer.

Room tip: all rooms are perfect
Date of stay: April 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank PietV
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Reviewed 28 October 2017 via mobile

We were looking for somewhere tranquil off the beaten tourist track in rural Spain to chill out and do some walking. We found it here. In spadeloads!

Book direct on the website for the best price and correspond with Andrès by e mail with any queries or preferences. He is just soooo helpful. Let him know if you are arriving before the 5pm check in and he will confirm it's ok to use the sitting room and toilet in building 3 where there is also an honesty bar, and you're also welcome to use the swimming pool, terraces and sun room.

The walks start from the nearby campsite in the village and are waymarked and take between three or four hours, Andrès will give you the free map booklet. They are stunning through pine forests into the hills and villages and not busy at all...we only met one other couple all day. Sturdy shoes or boots and plenty of water are essential, as is sun cream...

Cena, (dinner), has to be pre booked and is made by either Andrès or his sister. Exquisite cuisine!

Rooms and surroundings are rustic shabby chic but very much in keeping with the general ambience and Rural hospederia setting. We had the suite with the view over the valley, (see pictures) - stunning. Not quite the luxury of a Parador but it met our every expectation of what we wanted and was as described on the website.

Hope this helps you decide, if you want a rural idyll in tranquil real spain with exceptional friendly helpful hosts amidst stunning scenery, this is it. Go, you won't be disappointed.

Date of stay: September 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Mactravel53
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