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Featuring a furnished garden, Casa Tila is located in Clavijo, 16 km from Logroño. Combining rustic style and modern facilities, the guest house offers rooms with free Wi-Fi. Featuring a spa bath or hydromassage shower, each heated room comes with a flat-screen TV. Towels and bed linen are provided. Casa Tila features a shared lounge, and a restaurant available on weekends on prior request. The property can help to arrange activities such as climbing, horse riding or mountain biking. Various Monte Laturce Mountain is set next to Clavijo. La Sojuela Golf Club is 17 km from the property. Sierra de Cebollera Nature Reserve is 40 km away.
Pros: Ana and Manu are very attentive and professional hosts. They take a great care of the guests and the establishment. Breakfast was very good with good quality local products. Additionally we had an excellent dinner cooked by Manu. I recommend everyone to have a dinner at the place while staying. Thank you for a great stay!
Pros: We had a wonderful stay at Casa Tila. Anna and Manu were wonderful and lovely hosts, giving us helpful tips and cooking amazing dinner! The village Clavijo ist super cute (there is just a bar and a church) and the landscape around (vinyards) is just beautiful! It's a great place to relax and enjoy nature (and of course the vineries around)! Loved every minute there.
Pros: Great place, quiet and reaxing
Pros: We loved our stay and were sad to leave. The owners were so sweet with our one-year-old. He loved playing in the beautiful garden. The night before we arrived we had eaten at a Michelin-started restaurant, but we thought our meals at Casa Tila were better. They were also so kind to accommodate my dietary restriction. We also enjoyed hiking around the hills to the monastery and chapel and the unparalleled sunset views from the castle.
Pros: To start, I would like to say that this type of experience is rare. Breathtaking setting, wonderful food and even better people. Do yourself a favor and BOOK THIS NOW. The inn is clean, comfortable and cozy but the true highlight are the hosts and the experience that they create. Anywhere can be nice and clean, but only the best provide the type of warmth and hospitality that Ana and Manuel do. The young couple recently bought the inn and you can feel their passion for hospitality in the details. During our two week trip through Spain, we ate at multiple Michelin star restaurants but the restaurant at Casa Tila topped them all! The food and ambience are spectacular. When you order your wine, which Manuel’s family makes, you get to venture down into the old wine cellar and taste your wine with a chorizo appetizer. The home was built in 1882 so you get the charm of rural tradition mixed with modern comforts. We stayed in the castle view room, which of course, had a lovely view and was also very comfortable and clean. The breakfast and coffee was a treat. The location was prime. You cannot miss this special Spanish experience!
Pros: Good breakfast and very friendly owners
Pros: The hosts are really helpful and friendly. They are doing a great job on making you feel comfortable and relaxed. The village is quite remote which makes a great location to start a hike and enjoy the views (especially sunset!)
Pros: Manu and Anna are lovely hosts who really have the gift of hospitality. They took really great care of us in their little boutique hotel which was clean and just lovely. The diner and wine exceeded all expectations. Thank you for everything...!
Pros: Wonderful Hotel. Rooms are very comfortable, extremely clean and lovely designed. Beautiful garden! Breakfast one of the best we ever had in a hotel. Owners are very friendly and helpful. The dinner is another gorgeous, a very tasty experience!!! Looking forward for the next time.
Pros: Friendly hosts, clean property, quiet location, delicious dinner. Checking out the wine cellar was a highlight!
With a stay at Molino del Corregidor in San Roman de Cameros, you'll be 7.4 mi (11.9 km) from Mirador del Canon del Rio Leza and 12 mi (19.4 km) from Sierra de Cebollera Natural Park. Featured amenities include laundry facilities, microwave in a common area, and refrigerator in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: We had a great stay at Molino del Corregidor. Alberto and Sara are lovely people, we got lots of information about what to do in the area, and they were always around if we needed help. They cook amazing breakfast mmmm... The room was cozy and very clean with a massive bed. Perfect place to run away from summer heat. The location is really good too, only 40 mins away from Logroño and 10 minute walk to the village San Roman. Kitchen and communal space available 24h, we cooked a lot of our food too!
Pros: Staff hospitality
Pros: Very relaxing accomodation in remote area. Big beautiful garden to relax, room with fire place and great shower. Large communal area with a kitchen with all the facilities you would need. We really enjoyed our stay. Very friendly hosts. We went on a mountainbike tour which was great! Tour was adjusted to our wishes and included lots of information about the area We can really recommend this place!!
Las Huellas de Cameros in Soto en Cameros features a bar and a terrace. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi. The hostel has family rooms. At the hostel, each room is fitted with a wardrobe. Continental and buffet breakfast options are available daily at Las Huellas de Cameros. The accommodation offers a children's playground. You can play mini-golf at Las Huellas de Cameros, and the area is popular for hiking and cycling. Logroño is 27 km from the hostel, while Laguardia is 48 km away. The nearest airport is Agoncillo Airport, 30 km from Las Huellas de Cameros.
Pros: Great welcome and Carlos was really helpful. Location is beautiful be aware road is nice and bendy ( was on a motorbike and great ) Hostel was clean and spacious
Pros: The hotel is in an amazing old building set in a beautiful mountain village. The hosts are a friendly and helpful couple with a young daughter who also run a small restaurant/bar from the property which provides tasty home cooked meals to both locals and guests at very affordable prices. There are stunning mountain walks from the village.
Pros: This is a lovely albergue that also has a restaurant and bar. Carlos and Mertx were great - friendly, helpful with advice on trails and places to visit plus provided us with maps so we couldn't get lost. They made us feel very comfortable. There are wonderful wall murals in the public spaces and an amazing fireplace. Our room was small but very clean - with plants! A special mention must be the food. My partner is a carnivore and I like my vegetables - we both were delighted with their fresh, home-cooked meals. One day we wanted a light lunch and had some tapas from the bar - highly recommend the eggplant with honey. In fact I want that recipe. By the way our favorite trail followed the rim of the canyon to a look out point where you can watch the birds of prey. Incredible. We will be back.
Cons: There was a large party of two families with the loudest children we have ever encountered. No fault of our hosts just rather annoying.
Pros: Amazing tranquil location, very pretty auberge, nicest village, fresh air, perfect host Simon! Amazing! I wished we stayed longer!
Cons: The owners were on holiday so the restaurant was closed and limited bar opening hours. We’d have appreciated a cooked dinner as we stayed for 2 days and there was no restaurant in the village.
Pros: It was clean, quiet and private.
Cons: Everything fine.
With a stay at Hotel Palacio de Pujadas in Viana, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Calle del Laurel and Casa de Las Ciencias. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, a 24-hour front desk, and an elevator.
Pros: Viana is a lovely small town. Can be a better place to stopover on the Camino than logrono.
Cons: Room smallish and dark. Hotel is actually okay but is overpriced for what’s being offered.
Pros: Great location, and lovely stone entrance lobby. Pilgrim's dinner was not bad.
Cons: Was quite disappointed with service - it was not that I would expect of a 3 star hotel. Many of the 10-15euro albergues I was otherwise staying at on the Camino provided much better service. In particular, even though there hardly seemed to be anyone at the hotel, in the low season, I was given a small, dark single room - when I had booked and paid for a double (and was looking to spreading out!). When I mentioned this they were quite rude and seemed to suggest it was my fault for not complaining straight away, and did not provide any recompense - and have not in the 3 days since, though they said they would look into it. There was rarely anyone at reception.
Pros: We were walking the Camino and this hotel was perfect location. The room was lovely and clean. I couldn’t find hairdryer in room but when I rang down they sent one up immediately
Cons: My only gripe is pillows and I should have asked for a second pillow
Pros: Lovely location, very central. Clean comfortable room. Great breakfast good value for money
Cons: No kettle in the room, the bath plug was broken so water leaked out of bath.
With a stay at Catalonia Las Cañas in Viana, you'll be connected to a shopping center, within a 10-minute drive of Calle del Laurel and Casa de Las Ciencias. Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Planning an event in Viana? This hotel has facilities measuring 1292 square feet (120 square meters), including a meeting room. Free self parking is available onsite.
Cons: Bathroom didn't work well
Pros: It had a bed
Cons: I am walking the Camino and knew Viana to be a small town. This hotel was almost to the next village , why would advertise they were in Viana. We took a taxi costing 20 e to get to it, we ordered room service and after an hour and a half we called to ask where it was. They never put the order in. So we waited another 30 minutes to receive cold raw French fries that we didn’t eat and a pizza. We left early the next morning and they packed us a nice box lunch. We ordered a taxi to take us back to the Camino exactly where we left off the day before. The price was now 30e. We felt we were taken advantage of and felt deceived by the hotel. As a suggestion they may consider a comment on their website under reservations advising that they are NOT on the walking Camino route. It would be very helpful to walking pilgrims that do not know the area.
Pros: Very helpful staff. A comfortable room. A large parking in front of the building, which is a parking of a closed supermarket. Nice restaurant next door.
Pros: Very clean room and helpful staff. Fresh orange juice for breakfast. parking and easy access to downtown Logroño.
Cons: However, for a 4 star hotel and the price for the basic room (€109/night), it lacked the details of a 4 star: toiletries, extra pillows, blanket and very small gym next to the reception. Breakfast acceptable. Overall, we just had the feeling we’re not a 4* place.
Pros: The room was excellent, the restaurant was excellent , and the staff were extremely helpful . would recommend this hotel to anyone.
Pros: The hotel and staff and restaurant were all you could ask for and more.
Cons: We knew it was outside Lagrono but we didn't expect an out of town car park with a ghost town shopping center!
Pros: Decided to try the hotel's restaurant for an evening meal as there was no other available in the immediate vicinity apart from a Chinese buffet. What a surprise. It was an excellent hot buffet with an extensive choice of good wholesome food. Don't be put off by the regular menu, go for the buffet! Breakfast was also excellent!
Cons: Location is at the back of a large car park serving a shopping centre with hardly any units let to retail outlets. A bit like a ghost town!