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When you stay at Leyendas del Pirineo in Fiscal, you'll be 7 minutes by foot from Valle de Broto. The front desk is staffed during limited hours.
Pros: Great view of the mountains from the window, comfortable bathroom with it's own window, possibility to smoke in the room)
Pros: Everything here was magic, Alberto and Andrea are FANTASTIC guests.
Cons: All was OK
Pros: Bedroom was Beautiful and great view price was too cheap for the quality
Cons: Every thing was excellent
Pros: great room and breakfast. nice host
Pros: The hosts were amazing young couple, helpful and friendly that made our stay more pleasent. Dinner and breakfast were really good quality for incredibly good price. I would difinately suggest to have a dinner in the hotel that was made by the host.
Cons: As our room was next to the kitchen and dining room so it was a bit loud, but apart of that we really enjoyed our stay.
Situated in the small town of Boltaña, a 5-minute walk from Ara River, Casa Cruz features rustic décor and offers rooms with heating. Free Wi-Fi is available. All rooms have a private bathroom with a shower and free toiletries. Guests will find a tourist guide of the area in each room. There is a shared lounge, CD player and a small reading area. The surrounding area is popular for mountain biking, hiking and other outdoor activities. Mediano Lako is 20 km away and Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park can be reached in 30 minutes by car.
Pros: Miguel and Livia were very friendly and helped us around Boltaña and the area. They helped us with reservations at one of the nicest restaurants there and were always open to answering our questions.
Pros: Wow – thank you Miguel. Wonderful hotel – really nice rooms with character. Wonderful building in beautiful setting in the old square. Nice bar and restaurants nearby. Hotel sent us a map to help us find them and made us feel very welcome. One of the highlights of the holiday.
Pros: great location in the old village, beautiful stone house
Pros: We had a fabulous time at Casa Cruz - Jorge and Ana were the nicest hosts and their Casa is really warm, welcoming and full of character. The rooms are large and very, very comfortable. Our group of six enjoyed a super breakfast in front of the wood-burning stove before heading off to walk and explore the local mountain trails. We will certainly be returning and are keen next time to try the mountain bikes available to rent. This place is a real gem!
Offering a peaceful, picturesque setting within 50 minutes’ drive of Ordesa National Park, Camping Boltaña features bungalows with porches. The complex has a seasonal outdoor pool and tennis courts with great views of the surrounding mountains. The simply decorated bungalows have wooden furnishings. The living room has a sofa and a flat-screen TV, while the kitchen comes with a microwave, fridge, a hob and a coffee maker. You can rent bikes at reception, where staff can provide information on the surrounding Ainsa region. Local activities include horse riding, hiking and cycling. La Sierra y los Cañones de Guara Park can be reached in 90 minutes by car, while Huesca is 85 km from the complex. Lleida is less than 2 hours’ drive away.
Pros: All the staff are excellent.Marvin and Iñaki had a great time.
Pros: Very clean and well maintained camping. Not a single remark.
Cons: It is camping with mostly Spanish guests. Their rithm is different from ours. Kids and parents are at their loudest between 22 and 23h in the evening. Long after our kids are asleep band we are preparing to go to sleep.
The Barceló Monasterio de Boltaña hotel came into existence following the full refurbishment of the old 17th-century Monasterio de Boltaña, situated on the banks of the river Ara, in the north-east of the province of Huesca.
Pros: Luxurious and large room, we got an upgrade as they needed our room for a large group. We didn't complain
Pros: Very agreeable accommodation. Beautiful building and objet d’art Lovely food
Cons: Very minor point. I think tissues could be supplied in the room
Pros: Everything. It's amazing place. My wife enjoyed massage a lot as well
Pros: A Superb Hotel.....first class!
Pros: The spa was amazing and even though it was a bit expensive for each person but worth every cent.
Pros: The ambience of the hotel, the room was very comfortable, lovely grounds and plenty of space to 'chill out'.
Cons: Didn't know the food would be Haute Cuisine. Not a lot of choice and meat cooked rare which was not to our liking. It would have helped if we'd been asked about how we would like the meat to be cooked. Dessert was delicious!
Pros: The setting
Cons: The decoration was largely Polynesian/ PNG / Indonesian and not really appropriate for the setting . why not something reinforcing its Spanish / European heritage ?
Pros: The hotel is superb and the location is lovely. The reception was very warm and helpful, especially as our Spanish was not brilliant. The villa room was a very high quality and had a lovely lounge area, and the bathroom was clean and very functional.
Cons: The breakfast was a little disappointing - the welcome was poor and the hot food was cold. The bar/restaurant was so busy in the evening we decided not to eat - it looked like a local club was booked in for food and there was about 80 people in before we could eat, so the earliest we could book in was 9.30pm - we should have been advised this so we could have booked a table when we booked the room. The 'villa' rooms are in fact rooms in a large new block separate to the hotel, which means you need to walk outside to access the bar or food.
With a stay at Casa Arana - Parque Nacional de Ordesa in Fiscal, you'll be 31.2 mi (50.2 km) from Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park and 6.5 mi (10.4 km) from Valle de Broto. Free self parking is available onsite.
With a stay at OYO Hostal Bellosta, Rio Ara in Fiscal, you'll be 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Valle de Broto and 13.9 mi (22.4 km) from Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, luggage storage, and an elevator. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The man on reception (who also runs the shop across the road) doesn't speak English but you get by because he's a nice guy and very helpful. The road outside the hotel is a little busy (the fabulous, famous D240) but there was secure parking for my motorcycle. There's a bar with bar food, and TV used by locals and guests
Pros: Location Breakfast
Cons: No ac. In contrast to publication Not clean. The restaurant for dinner. Old.
Pros: Wonderful service after a stressful journey so helpful and arranged us good even though it was late very good service from all the staff. Best gin and tonic ever had
Pros: Breakfast is good value for money with excellent choice. Room clean and comfortable. Very good friendly and welcoming staff...
Pros: Very nice familyrunned business with nice staff and nice food. Clean and nice. Bed very good. A bit hot but good ceiling fan.
Pros: The view from the window is just fantastic. Breakfast was nice and also with a great view.
Cons: WiFi connection was week. The windows were a bit squeaky. And yeah, it's noisy in the morning, you hear all your neighbors flashing the toilets and opening/closing the doors.
Pros: Very friendly staff. The chap behind the desk was very helpful. Clean room. Shop opersite to stock up on food. Very good value. Will recommend.
Cons: Nothing to complain. The staff very friendly.
Pros: The hosts were super helpful with information, they loaned us great binoculars and hats for bird watching and fantastic diverse walks in the beautiful region. The cooking was constantly at a very high standard.
Cons: Can't think of anything.
Set beside the River Ara, Camping Ribera del Ara offers bungalows and mobile homes with furnished terraces and mountain views. A seasonal outdoor pool can be found just 150 metres from the campsite. Each heated wooden bungalow and mobile home has a living-dining area with a sofa bed and TV. They have a private bathroom and a kitchenette with a hob, fridge and coffee machine. Camping Ribera del Ara has a snack bar with a terrace. There is also a children’s play area, a self-service laundry room and a free Wi-Fi zone. Situated just 300 metres from the village of Fiscal, the campsite is a 20-minute drive from the beautiful Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park. Huesca is around 100 km away.
Pros: What croissants? Bed not comfy
Cons: I resented having to make the bed and mopping the floor where I think radiator was leaking next door were very noisy