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convenient location, pretty town to explore for a day
pool, good kitchen, balcony no aircondition
Went to a reunion of family members who immigrated wo went to New Mexico.
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.
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
How lucky we were to find this little gem. It is a converted historic manor house with defensive tower typical of the region. At the time of our visit it had only been open a couple of months so everything was beautifully pristine and the decor is superbly designed in a modern style that uses natural oak to harmonise beautifully with the natural stone of the building. The village is tiny and quite remote, so it is for those who seek peace in a rural setting. Don't expect night life, but there is a lovely lounge with an honesty bar. Perfectly located for walking, cycling, bird-watching and as a base for touring Navarre. Good food, great value. Our hosts were attentive, friendly and eager to make our stay a success. They succeeded.