This mountain-style guesthouse, in Erill la Vall, in the Catalan Pyrenees' Boí Valley, offers free Wi-Fi. It is opposite the Romanesque church of Santa Eulalia, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The heated rooms at the family-run Hostal La Plaça have a flat-screen TV and wooden floors. The private bathroom comes with slippers and a hairdryer. La Plaça’s restaurant serves classic Catalan dishes with a modern touch. It uses local organic meat, and offers homemade desserts. There is café with a garden terrace, and a lounge with fireplace. Hostal La Plaça is about 10 minutes’ drive from the popular Boi-Taull ski slopes. It offers ski storage, ski passes and snowshoe rental.There is free on-site parking. Aigüestortes National Park is just 4 km away.
Location in a beautiful small village next to a Romaesque church and surrounded by mountains.
The bed was a little hard.
We were excited as one of the best world-heritage Romanesque churches was just next to this hotel! Bathroom decoration was posh and stylish. And the dinner at the restaurant was excellent too! Staffs at reception and restaurant were all friendly and helpful.
Not much to add to all the other reviews: very good hotel, nice room with beautiful bathroom, great food, very friendly people and a relaxed atmosphere we had not seen yet in the rest of Catalunya. The town and the other towns in the valley seem to come from an open-air-museum and the views are amazing. We had a beautiful walk through the national park on recommendation by one of the hotel staff.
Our host was excellent, assisting us with recommendations for hikes, translating the menu into English, and assisting us with telephoning home. We had the best meals in two weeks in Spain - rich lasagne with Bechemel sauce (no calories!), house salad with lettuce straight from their garden, savoury rabbit cassoulet, and hot smooth carrot soup, not to forget the amazing cheesecake. Thankfully, we had two excellent hikes to wear this all off.
Gorgeous location in a quaint tiny (!) village in the Pyrenees. Extremely close to Aigustortes National Park. The staff is very helpful and the restaurant had very good food for dinner, even including vegetables from their own garden.
There is no air conditioning, and the hotel does not have electric fans to borrow. To combat the heat (stayed in early July), we slept with the window open and were then bothered all night by flies (no screens or bug nets) and noise from outside.