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Located in Castro Caldelas, Hotel Casa de Caldelas is in the historical district, within a 10-minute drive of Ponte da Boga and Bodega Adega Vella. The front desk is staffed during limited hours.
Pros: A little gem great location for visiting the sil canyon
Pros: Very clean and stylish hotel. Great location
Cons: Staff doesn't speak English at all. Very poor breakfast - piece of bread with cut tomatoes (I can't call "a toast" piece of bread more than 2 sm thick), a little bit jam and butter, orange juice and coffee. On the breakfast photo there is cheese , but only on the photo.
Pros: The location was great, the hotel is in the main square, only few meters from the historic castle of the town. Operators were really kind and available. Perfectly cleaned rooms and tasty breakfast at their coffee bar.
Pros: It was cold. They seemed reluctant to use the central heating. I asked once for it to be put on and they did but only for a short time and not at all in the morning ( which was frosty)
Pros: beaufiful little property clean and well decorated. in a great location next to the castle.
Cons: nothing at all
Pros: Beautifully clean, modern accommodation in an older style building set right in the centre of town just a short walk from the castle (which is well worth a visit). There were tea and coffee facilities and bar fridge in the room, an oscillating column fan which was welcome and kept us nicely cool, a comfortable and nicely presented communal lounge area. Breakfast was at the cafe over the town square just 100m from the main hotel building. Breakfast itself was basic- sourdough toast, condiments, a lovely fresh sugar coated sponge cake and tea or coffee. This was included in the room rate (€55). Great value. Of note - we’re travelling by motorcycle and having contacted the hotel prior to our stay, they kindly gave us use of a secure garage under the hotel which was brilliant. The hotel foyer had some lovely tasteful souvenirs and local produce (wine, olive oil, jams etc) Wifi was excellent- which is important to us). Lovely friendly staff. Great value - thoroughly recommend this gem.
Pros: Absolutely amazing! Great service and attention
Pros: Secure bike parking in their garage. Bottles of water in the fridge.
Pros: The place was comfy, super clean and perfect to travel with family. I needed an extra bed for my sister that came at last time and the hostel provided it for a fair price. We had a good and friendly welcome from the staff and we hope come back again!
Cons: Everything was great! Tudo mui bueno. Gracias!!
Pros: The service, attention , friendliness of the owner
Offering free bikes and a garden with mountain views and barbecue facilities, Apartamentos Riosil is located in Bolmente, a 45-minute drive from Ourense. Free WiFi and free parking are available. Air-conditioned apartments come with 1 or 2 bedrooms and all have a sofa bed and a flat-screen TV. The private bathroom comes with a hairdryer and free toiletries. There is a well-equipped kitchen with a dishwasher and washing machine. Towels and bed linen are provided. You can go cycling in the surrounding area and there is a golf course nearby.
Pros: We had a self-contained unit at this property located in the beautiful countryside near the Canon del Sil in Bolmente. The unit was modern, spacious, comfortable and very clean. It was very well equipped (even a toaster was provided) and the property has both outdoor and indoor BBQ facilities. Guests can use the commercial standard washing machines and driers in the property, which were very good. Suzanne, our host had arranged for relatives who could speak some English to help us with check-in, which was very helpful and a nice touch. We enjoyed the view from the balcony over the property and out to the surrounding countryside each afternoon and early evening of our stay. The property is also very close to a couple of the miradores (viewpoints) of the Canon del Sil - A Cividade and Bouqueirino, both very spectacular.
Cons: Nothing to dislike.
Pros: The apartment, the host, the environments and views
Pros: A very helpful landowner
Located in A Teixeira, Casa Grande de Cristosende is a 4-minute drive from Pasarela do Rio Mao and 6 minutes from Adegas Valcar. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, luggage storage, and a library. Free self parking is available onsite.
Cons: The service. The atmosphere was bad between the staff
Pros: We stayed in the suite with a balcony and thoroughly enjoyed watching the sun set over the river with a bottle of wine. The hotel restaurant made us a lovely tuna salad, which supplemented a picnic of local meats and cheeses we'd bought in the market for dinner - eaten al fresco on the balcony. The bathroom we nice and the bed very comfortable.
Cons: Breakfast (5€ per person) included cake, bread, butter, jam, fresh orange juice and coffee. Each of these things was of nice quality, but I prefer protein at breakfast and would have liked some non-carb option.
Pros: the staff is great and very helpful, the views from there are amazing (the sun going down into the river is very beautiful), there is a coffee/bar service which is great and it is quite easy to park. The food was great (we had dinner and the meat was amazing)
Cons: the room was full of flies, I suppose it is due to the fact that it was a ground-floor one, not sure. Also, there isn´t much isolation in terms of noise so we didn´t sleep up to when the restaurant was closed and after they would throw the rubbish,
Pros: Despite language barriers the staff helped us plan a wonderful day. Wished we had asked for help sooner
Cons: The location is a bit off the beaten track. and the roads are confusing. Local map was incredibly useful
Cons: During my stay at some point while we were out for the day money was stolen from my suit case so for any body staying there make sure you leave no money or valuables in your room Also the food was appalling practically inedible So it didn’t matter about anything else the fact that money was taken nothing can make me recommend this place I am very disappointed that my whole trip to this wonderful country has been ruined by one low life individual
Pros: Lovely view over the valley in a quiet little village. Room was spacious and warm. Lovely lounge and courtyard, plus cafe attached
Cons: When we arrived at 5pm the whole place was locked up. So let them know when you will arrive as they close the bar/cafe in the afternoon. Breakfast was basic
Pros: Excellent location overlooking Canon do Sil. Very nice and authentic rooms in a very well kept stone house Galician style.
Cons: The price of breakfast should be included.
Pros: The hotel is situated in historical building. It has its own atmosphere. Spaceful rooms with 4.5m height ceilings. Bathroom with natural light from a window in the roof. Nice public area with chess. The staff was very nice and helpful. Great view on the canyon - you can see picteresque sunset.
Pros: Just great
Pros: Fantastic location with beautiful scenery. Great to have toys and play facilities for kids. Staff were very helpful with suggestions for activities in the area.
Located in Monforte de Lemos, Casa Felisa Marcelle is within a 10-minute drive of Adega Algueira and Regina Viarum Winery. Featured amenities include laundry facilities, microwave in a common area, and refrigerator in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Ana was very friendly. Our booking was late, but no problem for her. The room wasn’t ready, but the swimming pool, the views over the hillls and a beer were a great compensation. Diner and breakfast was very good. In our search for small bodegas she helped us with two fantastisch addresses. We can do business, thanks !!!
With a stay at Albergue A Fábrica da Luz in Parada de Sil, you'll be on a river, just steps from Pasarela do Rio Mao and a 2-minute drive from Adegas Valcar. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Event facilities at this hostel consist of conference space and a meeting room. Free self parking is available onsite.
Offering a picturesque setting in Castro Caldelas, La Pousada Vicente Risco used to be the home of the famous artist and intellect, Vicente Risco. It features a restaurant, a terrace and free Wi-Fi. The rustic rooms at La Pousada Vicente Risco have exposed stone walls and pastel tones. There is a small seating area with a sofa, satellite TV, heating and a desk. Cuisine typical of the Ribeira Sacra region is served in the restaurant, along with wine produced from local Mencia grapes. Cañón do Sil and the Sant Estevo River are within 40 minutes’ drive of the Vicente Risco. Ourense is 47 km away, and Montfort de Lemos is a 35-minute drive from the property.
Pros: No English was spoken at all but we still managed to communicate. The lovely hostess helped me carry our bags up the stairs! The rooms are huge and very comfortable. Highly recommended.
Pros: The structure is placed in the center of the village, and it's really nice: spacious room, nice bathroom.
Cons: Breakfast is quite poor.
Pros: Location was great and the breakfast was really good.
Pros: The family atmosphere was wonderful. The food was delicious
Cons: Everything was wonderful
Pros: Everything was extraclean, the host Milagros was kind and she provided breakfast earlier for us. The food was fantastic.
Cons: The walls were pretty thin so we could easily hear the people on the room next to ours.
Pros: High standard hotel.
Cons: The wifi signal is not as strong as expected.
Pros: Friendly welcome . Clean and comfortable Very close to the cafes and castle. Lovely village. Excellent value.
Pros: Friendly family atmosphere. Impeccably clean. Handy location. Great meal at very reasonable price and good wine.
Cons: We only booked one night but after we found it was suck a clean, nice, friendly place, unfortunately, they were booked for the following night, so sadly we had to move on.....
Pros: Good sized room and very clean, extremely good value for money.
Cons: Food - but then it was only 12E
Pros: Good location in the centre of town, parking for our motorcycles was not possible at the hotel but plenty of spaces are available within a few paces, rooms were large and spotlessly clean, welcome wasn't unfriendly but curt and efficient as is often the Spanish way, no English spoken by any of the staff we met but that's not usually much of a problem. The town itself is easily explored from the hotel and is in a fabulous setting overlooking the surrounding mountains - it is at quite high altitude so drops cold when the sun has gone down. Local bars are very cheap, mainly populated by locals rather than tourists for a more 'genuine' experience. I assume the town would be busier in the summer but was quiet when we were there (early October). Price was reasonable considering the location. We were only there for one night but it would be a good base for a 2 or 3 night stay and exploring the area. Overall a nice flavour of this part of rural Spain.
Cons: Breakfast was OK but very limited - tea/coffee, hard toast, a piece of cake, that was about it. Builders starting work across the road very loudly before it was even light wasn't great but its not going to be like that every day!
Pension Rustica-Caldelas Sacra is a restored 19th-century guest house, set in Castro Caldelas, 46 km from Ourense. It features free Wi-Fi and views of the town’s castle. The spacious rustic rooms have a balcony with views over the Ribeira Sacra area. They are heated and come with wooden floors, a sofa and wardrobe. The private bathroom includes free toiletries. You can enjoy the views from the bright lounge, and the guest house has a restaurant serving traditional Galician cuisine. Special diet menus are available on request. There is a 24-hour front desk at Pension Rustica-Caldelas Sacra. The tour desk can provide information on hiking trails, or organize activities such as horse riding, cycling and canoeing.
Pros: Very clean bathroom Very nice town with a castle and stone houses Nice decoration in the dining room.
Cons: - Poor breakfast option (2 slices of bread, butter and jam plus coffee or tea and that's all) - Be aware they don't speak English. I don't blame them for it at all but communication is then very limited. - Soundproofing between rooms is poor
Pros: nice small village. the hotel is close to the castle nice staff
Pros: A nice bar down the street, was a redeeming feature
Cons: Breakfast, which is included is virtually non existent. Toast and coffee, no orange juice that was it. Breakfast is apparently 9-10, but breakfast room was locked until 9:20, when the lady came back from shopping. Confusion re payment on checking out, we weren’t entered into the book by the gentleman who checked us in the previous day. We thought we had paid via booking.com.Had to get our next host to help us pay by credit card the following afternoon. Noticed later, another reviewer mentioned a cooked fish smell in the room. Our room was directly above the kitchen and their was definely a dry cod (bacala) cooking, fish smell emanating through the walls, vents? somehow
Pros: It's a beautiful old historic building directly across the street from the castle. Lovely location. It also has a good restaurant.
Cons: Simple breakfast. Tea or coffee, toast or breakfast cake at 9am.
Cons: The staff is really useless! Bad horrible service! Clean and good point, but near are another hotel with the same view and super kind staff!
Pros: Nice staff, opened for breakfast early for us as we had a mountain race. Nice room.
Pros: Lovely setting just below castle.
Cons: Room was smaller than advertised & what I paid for. Breakfast very basic. No one at property when I arrived & had to wait quite a time to get in then they could not find my booking & had to wait even longer for it to be sorted.