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pool, good kitchen, balcony no aircondition
convenient location, pretty town to explore for a day
Very pleasant location in a traditional mountain village. Excellent rooms with lounge/kitchen dinning area. Large bathroom No
It was all very satisfactory, very modern, very clean and a good reasonably priced breakfast was available. Nothing
Sorry for one night it was bearable but this was a 60's guest house in a run down area of Blackpool not a 2008 hotel under 2 star rating The room was awful !! and the others weren't much better.
Went to a reunion of family members who immigrated wo went to New Mexico.
Meals times earlier would be appreciated.
Big room, very quiet
We had a pleasant stay and found the staff extremely helpful which was highlighted because unfortunately we do not speak Spanish and were extremely grateful for their knowledge of our language, English.
The receptionist was lovely, she also served in the bar and took food orders. Dinner was excellent value and extremely good food Difficult to find from your details given
Set in the grounds of a Monastery. Access roads to Hotel slightly confusing.Equivalent to our no access unless on business.Side roads have metal posts baring access.
A beautiful hotel in a beautiful setting.
In a beautiful tranquil setting overlooking the castle. We had an excellent 5 days there. The food was very good and the staff very efficient, friendly and helpful. I would go there again any time.
Location. View of church/castle and surrounding countryside.Friendly staff. We attended the church service on the Sunday morning. A real step back in time with the nuns completly seperated from view. If you like choral singing this was an unexpected bonus in a very atmospheric setting-even if you are not particularly religious. Very thin walls. Sounded like the person next door was in our room. Wedding party on the Saturday night that we stayed. However music did stop at midnight as promised!
It was a very good tourist attraction. A small village. Quiet, peaceful, and private.Particularly for church followers interested in the Pilgrim route over the Pyrenees from France to Spain.An excellent Castle free entry for Hotel quests plus other free offers.
easy parking. quiet at night.helpful staff. excellent food. hard bed and not enough pillows