Pros: great welcome, excellent hosts, amazing tasteful decor, total comfort, great unique home made organic mostly food, attention to detail, very helpful re maps and directions. Very relaxing atmosphere, lovely relaxing music. Luxurious public lounge, lovely room and superb location near to astounding scenery and lovely little town of Ayerbe. Will return again and hopefully have an extra night. A real treat.
Cons: Perhaps a better sign from the road.
This small, tranquil hotel can be found in one of Spain’s smallest villages, Concilio. Located next to the Aragonese Pyrenees, its modern, air-conditioned rooms have DVD players and stone walls. The individually decorated rooms in El Corral De Concilio have typical wooden beams. All have private bathrooms, and many have forest views. The Corral De Concilio has a terrace and a sauna, as well as a games room and library with a chimney. Free parking can be found nearby. The charming dining room provides generous breakfasts including various local products. It also serves home-made, organic food for dinner. There is also a small bar. The hotel can provide information on local sights, as well as bicycle rental. The city of Huesca is about 18.6 miles away.
Set in the hamlet of Vilalangua and close to the banks of the Asabón River, Hotel La Posada de Villalangua features a restaurant and rustic bedrooms. It has an ideal setting for hiking, canoeing and cycling. Each attractive room at Hotel La Posada de Villalangua has country-style décor with floral finishes, exposed stone walls and a tiled bathroom. They offer views of the surrounding Sierra de Santo Domingo Mountains. The Vilalangua’s restaurant offers a variety of local cuisine, including roasted meats, stews and homemade desserts. You can relax in the lounge or on the charming terrace. Huesca is a 50-minute drive away, while Sierra y Cañones de Guara Nature Reserve is approximately 28 miles from the Villalangua. Zaragoza and Pamplona can be reached in 90 minutes by car.
Pros: This is a lovely hotel with very spacious suites that are really separate cottages. Each suite has a refrigerator and a hot water tea kettle as well as large bathrooms and sofas and arm chairs. The location is fantastic: quiet with beautiful views of the dramatic mountains. The owner is knowledgeable and interesting and has put a lot of passion into the landscaping and design, there are lavender and iris and rosemary and olive trees in rock-walled planters. Many interesting places to visit nearby (castles, dramatic rock pillars, rivers, monasteries) and great birding. Highly recommend this hotel!!
Cons: Breakfasts on the terrace were lovely and staff are very attentive and friendly, however the breakfast itself was only fair.
Pros: The personal attention given by the management and staff. The geographic location. The quality and variaty of the food.
Cons: no comments to make
Pros: Very kind people, excelent food, nice view over the mountains.Quiet and relexed atmosfere.No problem with finding the location.
Pros: The staff were friendly and welcoming and the rooms very clean and comfortable with superb bathroom facilities
Pros: Staff was fantastic, scenery incredible from every room, rooms new, clean and comfortable.
Cons: I would increase breakfast options.
Pros: Attractive setting. Comfortable rooms.
Cons: Difficult to find hotel - better signposting needed. The food was fair but overpriced.
Cons: Nobody at the reception at 18 h 19 h during the two days in this hotel ...
Pros: Very comfortable large suite in a lovely and unusual setting. The staff were welcoming, helpful and friendly. Very peaceful, just the place to unwind. Would return for a longer stay.
Pros: Absolute peace and quiet marvelous views,friendly staff and a completely relaxed atmosphere..I would recommend a stay here to anyone,looking to switch off for a few days.
Located on the outskirts of this charming village, and set within magical scenery, this rural apart-hotel offers a tranquil setting where you can relax and get away from it all. Alén d'Aragon offers 8 luxurious self-catering apartments, located in individual buildings set in a 45,000 m² estate of almond and olive trees. From here, you can enjoy spectacular views of the Aragonese Pyrenees. This hotel is situated near the historic Loarre Castle and the beautiful city of Pamplona. You can also visit the Pyrenees, located north of the hotel, as well as participate in outdoor activities such as hiking and bird-watching.
La Casona de la Reina Berta is set in Murillo de Gállego and just 165 feet from San Salvador Church. It combines original design with attractive, modern décor. The rooms at La Casona de la Reina Berta have wooden floors, heating and a private bathroom without a door. There is a shared lounge area with a fireplace. The property offers views of the Mallos de Riglos rock formations, Gállego River and Marcuello Castle. Loarre Castle is a 20-minute drive away. You can reach Zaragoza and Huesca within 90 minutes by car; while Jaca-Murillo de Gállego is 35.4 miles away. Free parking is a available beside the property.
Hotel Spa Aguas de los Mallos is set within the natural setting of the Pre-Pyrenees, featuring scenic views of the Mallos de Riglos. It has an outdoor summer pool and a spa. Featuring elegant rustic décor, rooms and suites with air conditioning and heating have free Wi-Fi, a minibar and a safe. Suites are distributed in 2 levels, featuring a seating area, a balcony and a hot tub. A daily buffet breakfast is offered at the restaurant, while drinks and snacks are offered at the bar. Room service is available. There is a sun terrace and the spa includes Turkish steam bath, sauna and hot tub. Massages are available upon request. Other services at the Spa Aguas de los Mallos hotel include a 24-hour reception, bikes rental and ski storage. Huesca is 35 minutes’ drive away. The border with France and the Pyrenees National Park are 68.4 miles away.
Offering a restaurant serving local cuisine, Casa Rufino is located in Bolea. Set at the foothills of Sierra y Cañones de Guara Natural Park, the air-conditioned guest house has free Wi-Fi. Each bright room with classic décor features a TV and private bathroom. Towels and bed linen are provided. There is a lovely garden and a tour desk available for guests. Casa Rufino is 5 minutes’ walk from traditional bars and restaurants serving local cuisine. The surrounding nature is ideal for outdoor activities such as hiking. The centre of Zaragoza is a 50-minute drive from the property. The Pyrenees are within the same distance.
Pros: Facility was clean and orderly, checkin and checkout were quick, room was nicely decorated, access to museum & forest walks very good. Once we set up wifi connection, it worked well. Breakfast was fine, good value for money.
Cons: Very quiet! With so few guests in mid-November, the hotel didn't feel very welcoming. Only one TV station available in room. Would visit again in warmer weather, when you can walk through park. Very chilly in the morning in museums!
Pros: Absolutely Fabulous
Cons: peace and quite, food, suroundigs and excellent price
Pros: Once you are there, you would use the hotel restaurant and its food is very bad.
Pros: Wonderful quiet location and unique atmosphere. Helpful staff who dealt quickly with any problems.
Cons: Fittings of a poor standard. Door handle to bathroom fell off and apparently this is not unusual. Towel rail about to come away from the wall. We were moved to an upgraded room to compensate where there were vertical bars on the stairs forming a weak balustrade; the bottom bars were loose and will come away at somew point. Desk staff gave us incorrect information about the opening times of the cafe.
Pros: A very quiet location near the fantastic old Monasterio. Excellent departure for some walking in the area. The rooms are very nice and the regional plates are very nice but there is a limited choice.
Pros: Friendly and very helpful staff. Excellent hotel facilities and services. Especially the food was great!
Cons: Fluency in English and French could be improved. The swimming pool was a bit too small for a 4 star hotel.
Pros: The surroundings and location on the top of a mountain were exceptional as was the reformation and preservation of the ancient site. The location is 25 Klms from Jaca making guests unable to exercise any lternative sites to eat.
Cons: This hotel did not merit it's 4 star rating and the staff were certainly not up to the job. The manager informed us that they had only taken charge of the business a month earlier but this does not excuse the lack of professionalism in both reception and dining areas.
Pros: The walk down the mountain to the old monastery, where the Holy Grail was hidden safely away from the Moors. Teriffic walk, and a teriffic place.
Pros: Friendly staff, excellent design, good facilities and installations, spacious room, very well equipped bathroom,plenty of storage space,peaceful, very attractive surroundings and an extremely interesting and well mounted museum.
Cons: The food did not live up to the excellent standard of the rest of the hotel.
Pros: The setting is magnificent, the hotel is very nicely appointed, the rooms are perfect in every respect
Cons: We did not have the midday meal, so I cannot judge that; however, we found the evening meal menu somewhat lacking. Good quality, but very limited choice.
Situated in the mountains, this historic hotel is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Monastery of San Juan de la Pena and 5 mi (8.1 km) from Church of Santa Maria. Ciudadela and Diocesan Museum of Jaca - Romanesque Art are also within 16 mi (25 km).