Pros: It s one of the most comfortable and nicest places I ve stayed ! The owners were very kind and welcoming too.
Cons: There was not anything that I disliked about it!
Cons: There was wastepipe smelling in room very strong all the time in june 2017.Everything else was ok.
Pros: Staff were great and rooms were very nice. Breakfast was excellent and we all had a great nights sleep. Much enjoyed stay and would visit here again, if in the surrounding area.
Cons: Although the property was located in a nice little village we had to take the car to be able to get to an open bar or restaurant as out of season.
Cons: slow wifi, no english, poor breakfast
Located in this charming rural village by the sea, this boutique hotel has delightful gardens with a traditional granary and fruit trees – enjoy the views of the flowers from the terrace. Walk up to the Fonte entrance through the flower-lined gardens and admire the ancient wooden granary that sits in front of the hotel. Relax with a good book in the communal lounge which has an open fireplace you can curl up next to in the cooler months. All the Fonte rooms are exterior facing and enjoy views over the gardens and surroundings. Enjoy the exclusive feel of the Fonte thanks to its intimate layout of just 7 rooms. The attic rooms have attractive, sloped ceilings with wooden beams. Romantic decoration includes wooden floors, rich-coloured walls, antique-style furniture and floral prints. Set in an attractive square called Plaza Santa Ana, the Fonte boasts a great location in the village which is a famous landmark along the Saint Jacob’s Way pilgrimage.
Cons: had to go out to eat would have been nice to had been able to eat there
Cons: No restaurants near. Had to be driven to dinner.
Pros: Very Nice room en good breakfast and excellent diner
Pros: It's a hidden treasure within Asturias most beatiful area. it's calm, charm and authentic. Hotel Staff extra nice. Next to FEVE pilgrims train and awesome cuevas del mar beach. Nueva is just ...
Situated by the ocean, Hotel Ovio is a great choice for a stay in Llanes. Freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks, and guests can keep active with onsite rowing/canoeing. Other features include a bar/lounge, a terrace, and a garden.
Pros: I liked it so much that we should have stayed two nights. Unfortunately we didn't have time.
Pros: Close to excellent local restaurant.Very helpful family staff.Close to beautiful local coastline and blowholes.
Pros: Good breakfast. Helpful staff
Pros: Very nice rural area of Asturias. Rooms have a window to each side. From the backwindow you can watch the lovely white horse of a nearby paddock. Pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostela ...
Cons: Although its quite a large hotel for this remote area with approx. 30 rooms, unfortunately there is no late reception after 22:00h. Breakfast can't be booked afterwards on one's arrival, ...
Pros: Very friendly and helpful staff giving excellent tips during our stay. Nice, tidy and spacious room. Ideal construction of the house with the courtyard in the middle. Great location if you would like ...
Pros: Nice views, spotless room, comfortable bed, modern bathroom, tables outside each room overlooking pretty courtyard, nice staff, spectacular beach nearby and great local 5 mins walk (Casa Anton - ...
Cons: Wifi patchy in room but fine on (sheltered) balcony
Pros: Extremely friendly and helpful staff, good breakfast, very quiet and nicely furnished, just a short ride from Ribadesella, a very very good restaurant in walking distance
Cons: really nothing to complain
Pros: Small, friendly hotel/motel in rural; north Spain. Room and breakfast was fine. While it had no restaurant, their recommended restaurant in the village was incredible value for money. Good ...
Pros: Staff were lovely and location was excellent.
Enjoy your visit to Ribadesella with a stay at Aldea del Trasgu. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the coffee shop/café is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Other highlights include a terrace and a garden, and rooms offer furnished balconies or patios and memory foam beds.
Pros: Outstanding pensión / B&B with the most wonderful hosts. It's a beautiful home in a perfect location to give us about a 25km walking day in the Camino del Norte. An excellent breakfast ...
Cons: There is nothing nearby this rural community but the host graciously gave us a lift into town for dinner, then picked us up afterward too. I guess that should also be in the positive column too.
Cons: lovely couple - very helpful - even got an education over breakfast about the local area with accompanying video
Pros: Good breakfast, well working internet, very comfortable rooms, Carlos makes You feeling very comfortable in his home, very helpful
Pros: Very friendly and helpful owner. Great breakfast. Peaceful location. Nice rooms.
Pros: Carlos and Clara were very gracious hosts and assisted us greatly when we encountered difficulties with our bikes. They made us feel very much at home. The hotel is a quiet retreat from the cities.
Located in Ribadesella, Casa de Aldea Villalén is in a rural location and within the vicinity of Bufones de Pria and Centro de Parte Rupestre de Tito Bustillo. This country house is within the vicinity of Tito Bustillo Cave and Santa Maria Beach.
Make yourself at home in one of the 7 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms with bathtubs are provided. Conveniences include desks, housekeeping is provided daily, and refrigerators can be requested.
Take in the views from a terrace and a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access. Additional features at this country house include tour/ticket assistance, a picnic area, and barbecue grills.
Continental breakfasts are available daily for a fee.
Business, Other Amenities
Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The view from the breakfast room was stunning - looking directly over the fields to the beach. The room was very well equipped - especially the bathroom with its glass bowl and high pressure ...
Pros: This place was well looked after clean and the food was good very peaceful and relaxing the beech was great white sands nice clean sea and was nearly empty so me and my pals were lapping the sun up ...
Cons: The view from my window was not good every thing else was spot on
Pros: Lovely boutique hotel with friendly staff. Beautiful location by cove and rural setting. Charming little village. Access by car only.
Cons: Inaccessible and very poor signage on road. Very narrow windy one way lanes that goes forever when there's a shorter easier way which you can't enter cos of one way lane!
Pros: An incredible location in Asturias...the perfect place to relax and switch off
Pros: Next to wonderful beach. Friendly employees
Cons: Breakfast should have more variation
Pros: The view from the common areas of the hotel is just fantastic. The walking distance to two different beaches is key. I particularly loved the possibility to take short easy walks around the slopes in ...
Cons: The facilities are very, very simple. No views from the room. Small shower. Average bed (in fact two singles pushed together). Sometimes fruit at breakfast was rotten.
Pros: Modern, clean, good value for money
Cons: Difficult to get restaurant, especially on monday, when almost everything is closed in Spain.
Pros: - Great view on the sea. Some rooms have a sea view. - Good breakfast buffet - Nice beach just infront of the hotel. - Nice cities around the hotel. - Very good price - NIce staff. - Very familiar and stylish
Cons: - Need a car! - Restaurants in the village are expensive for students, but in the village 2 min away the prices are ok.
Pros: The location and the views from the restaurant of the unspoilt bay and headland opposite are absolutely beautiful
Cons: The hotel does not do evening meals - althought there are some small restaurants within walking distance in the village.
Pros: It's location overlooking the beach at Niembro was lovely at breakfast time. None of the ground floor rooms have any view at all, just screening. Breakfast was not bad but could get a little busy at the weekends. The two local beaches are lovely and within easy strolling distance of the hotel. There is no restaurant and reception closes in the evening so access by pincode is used. Bear in mind if you are arriving late. There are three restaurants within easy walking distance in the village, one is excellent, but shuts Sunday night
Cons: Quite difficult to find, it is signposted from the mainroad but from only one direction. Niembro is a typical Spanish village with narrow twisting roads with a curious one way system which the locals seem to ignore
Pros: The hotel has very good proximity to the beach - only about a 5min walk.
Cons: The hotel is very expensive for what it is. I wouldn't judge this to be a very good 3-star hotel as it is not very well built. The corridor provides noise most of the time and you can easily hear your next-door neighbours through the walls. We didn't get a sea view or balcony, in fact our room was quite dark. Other facilities are basic with just a breakfast room (which does have a lovely view of the sea). However, this room isn't used for meals at any other time of day and is a bit of a wasted opportunity.
Set on the beautiful coastline of Asturias, this modern hotel offers fantastic sea views through its wide picture windows. It lies between the sandy beaches of Torimbia and Toranda. The recently renovated La Portilla offers stylish, contemporary accommodation in a peaceful setting just 5 miles outside of Llanes. It is surrounded by the wonderful landscape of Green Spain – a mixture of dramatic coastline, lush countryside and impressive mountains. Each room at La Portilla looks out over the amazing local scenery. Each one comes in a minimalist, modern style and has a TV and en suite bathroom with hydromassage shower or bath.