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Días De Luna is an early 20th-century stone house, set in extensive grounds in Luna y Babia Valley Nature Reserve. It offers free Wi-Fi, a sauna and free bicycle use. Located midway between Oviedo and León, the hotel is 8 km from the AP66 Motorway. It is a 5-minute drive from Barrios de Luna Reservoir. Colourful, country-style rooms feature wooden floors and mountain views. Each is heated and has a work desk. The private bathroom comes with a hairdryer and organic toiletries. Guests can enjoy homemade cooking in the Días De Luna restaurant. Packed lunches are also available. There is a library with a fireplace, and you can play table tennis and darts. Free parking is offered and the hotel has a tour desk.
Pros: Beautiful and peaceful place to stay. Hotel is a former village school renovated with lots of good taste. Diner was delicious. The environment is stunning. We only stayed one night but I wish we could stay longer.
Pros: Dinner was fantastic as also the breakfast. The building is really nice as also are the rooms. It's located in a really nice location close to the mountains and there's a big river nearby. There are a lot of places were you can find excellent bread and muffins.
Cons: Nothing worth to be mentioned. Just take care of mosquitos in summer. :-)
Pros: A charming property in a wonderful location. The property is located in a tiny village tucked away next to the mountains, One gets a real sense of wilderness. That said, the property is only a 10 minute drive from the autopista so is actually quite accessible. The place was very tranquil with a nice garden. The property has a very traditional feel with lots of the original features of the building in evidence. There was adequate free parking on site. The dinner was excellent and a refreshing change from the standard cuisine. You should also check out their craft beer selection. Quite dangerous... Breakfast was good too. Staff were friendly and helpful.
Pros: Beautiful old house full of character in a quiet pretty village. Comfortable good sized bedroom. Clean bathroom and reliable hot water. Fabulous lounges with fireplace, big armchairs, lots of books and magazines, useful trekking maps. Good value evening meal including wine or beer. The food was excellent. Very good breakfast too. Nice range of craft beers and wines to choose from. Very pleasant shaded garden with tables and seats. Plenty of car parking. Strong wifi. Many good mountain walks nearby. Wish I could have stayed longer
Cons: From a walker's point of view I would have preferred an earlier breakfast - 9am is rather late when you have an 8 hour day ahead. Also evening meal starting at 9pm is a bit late when you have not eaten much all day on the hills. The evening meal appears a bit light but I found it surprisingly filling. My partner thought the pillows and mattress were a bit old and needed replacing soon
Pros: Good breakfast and quiet place.
Cons: A little bit far away from other services (restaurants, etc...).
Pros: Everything great. The place, dinners and breakfasts, the woman in charge...
Cons: Breakfasts were a little late for hikers and mountaineers. But I understand they can't please everyone.
Pros: The owner did her upmost to make our stay pleasurable
Pros: Sena de Luna is a very quiet mountain village - Dias de Luna is a fantastic Posada with a comfortable lounge offering blankets, boardgames and the chance to overlook the pretty garden, if you don't want to venture outside to explore the mountains nearby. Perfect host and value-for-money dinners and breakfast is provided on site. Excellent value-for-money location and friendly host who speaks spanish and french. Great as a base for hiking, for a short stay while travelling or as a longer hide-away for someone who seeks the quiet of a secluded mountain village.
With a stay at Albergue El Rebezo in San Emiliano, you'll be 2.4 mi (3.9 km) from Peña Ubiña and 8.1 mi (13.1 km) from Saliencia Lakes. The front desk is staffed during limited hours.
Pros: Nice and comfy inside.
Pros: This hostal is perfectly placed for superb walking in the region. The area south of Somiedo national park offers excellent walking across open terrain. Friendly and attentive service, good local advice and always a warm fire in the common room. Everything is well looked after and very clean. The setting of the village is dramatic and atmospheric. If you have a car I recommend walks from La Cueta, which has an excellent bar/restaurant But there are good walks directly from the hostal itself.
Cons: Dormitories are a little on the small side
When you stay at Valle de San Emiliano in San Emiliano, you'll be 10 minutes by car from Barrios de Luna Reservoir. The front desk is staffed during limited hours.
Pros: The location was great and had been to hostel before and found it o/k, but with friends this time and they was not impressed, will not use again sadly.
Cons: Bathroom not clean, and hot water only just warm and only a trickle flow, are temp was told that's normal but will turn up but Did not and rust in water to make it yellow, I have video evidence, had to wait till next hotel to wash.
Pros: Quiet room
Cons: Room was small
Pros: Nice walk
Cons: Extremely cold room with no working heating when it was minus 5C outside Dreadful food which was partly dropped in floor Very poor service this morning and no one on the reception desk
Pros: Quiet, good locality in the mountains and in village with amenities.
Pros: Location, property, staff, comfortable bed
Cons: Bathroom could be cleaner, room is quite small