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When you stay at Hotel Cotiella in Campo, you'll be in the mountains, within a 5-minute walk of Juegos Tradicionales Museum and Caiguila Plaza. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and an elevator. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Bike parking, friendly staff
Cons: Nothing really for 1 night stop
Pros: Loved the atmosphere even tho our visit was in early January. Rooms almost over heated so no complaints there. As it was not a seasonal visit we had to take evening meal and breakfast at a restaurant across the road which was simple but a good experience and the staff very helpful Thankyou
Cons: Rooms a little too warm ,!
Pros: Great accommodation, clean and very friendly staff
Pros: Rooms were great, view fantastic, several small bars and restaurants nearby in the picturesque village, and the lady on reception was very kind and helpful.
Pros: Although a largish hotel, we were well looked after. Impressed with the secure bike storage and dedicated bike workshop. Useful tips on change of route for the following day.
Pros: Nice and comfortable room. We got an upgrade and we had a great stay
Pros: The staff was friendly and very helpful. The restaurant provided good dinner and breakfast, and they were flexible with my limited diet. The hotel and my room overall were clean and quiet. I had a restful stay during my bike tour of the Trans-Pyrenees route.
Located in Campo, Hotel Los Nogales is near ski runs, a 3-minute walk from Caiguila Plaza and 6 minutes by foot from Juegos Tradicionales Museum. Featured amenities include express check-out, a 24-hour front desk, and laundry facilities. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference space and a meeting room. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Location and friendly staff, owner good value chatted via voice app as he didn’t speak English and we didn’t speak Spanish.. great one night stay
Cons: No aircon.. no restaurant in off season
Pros: Very clean. Despite not speaking Spanish we were able to communicate effectively. Lovely breakfast. Just right for all of us. New looking g rooms. Suited our route of travel. Amazing gorge close by.
Cons: Wish we could have had a fridge but they let us use a fridge downstairs Many thanks.
Pros: Quietness, amazing scenery.
Cons: Breakfast overpriced for range/selection
Pros: Very clean and all in a very nice condition
Cons: Breakfast too expensive for what it is
Pros: Very well managed family hotel Good value for money The personnel is very helpful
Pros: Very clean, lovely location, friendly staff.
Cons: Walls rather thin, lot of noise from other guests.
Pros: Comfortable hotel helpful staff
Cons: Breakfast could be better
Located in Valle de Lierp, Albergue Casa Fumenal is within a 15-minute drive of Caiguila Plaza and Juegos Tradicionales Museum. Featured amenities include an elevator, microwave in a common area, and refrigerator in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
With a stay at Hostal Turbon in Campo, you'll be 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Juegos Tradicionales Museum and 17.4 mi (28.1 km) from Roda de Isabena Cathedral. Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The hostal was recently renovated so everything was clean and nice inside. The check-in and -our functioned flawlessly and the staff was eager to help.
Cons: The balcony door was hard to close properly. There was no AC so we had to sleep with the door open and I tended to wake up to all noises although the surroundings were rather quiet.
We have converted the old barn into three large country houses which in addition to unsurpassed comfort and quality, offer its guests wonderful views from its windows, a place where forget haste, noise, and pollution. Ideal for families with children given its location in a small village with no more than five houses and only two inhabitants, without movement of vehicles, good paved access and parking area. In the Aragonese Pyrenees, presided over by the majestic massif of Turbón (2492 m) and in the village of Reperos (1150 m), small but with centuries of history and legends, is Casa Tomaso, a splendid country house renovated to offer you a comfortable and pleasant stay. If you like nature and enjoy the scenery and tranquility this is without a doubt your ideal place, our donkey and the rest of animals will delight parents and children. If you wish also you can go hiking, mountain sports, snow and adventure, all of this without forgetting the good gastronomy (ternasco of Aragon.) Homemade sausage. wines from the somontano. artisan cheeses). In the evenings you will accompany all the stars in the sky. Come and visit us, we look forward to serve you as you deserve. Each House is ready of 2 up to 6 people with an area of 65 m2 on one floor. The distribution of each are: two bedrooms (one twin and one double), bathroom, storage room, kitchen equipped with fridge, washing machine, microwave, coffee maker, tableware, glassware, tableware, cutlery. Living/dining room with two sofa-beds. Including bed linen and towels, table games and documentation in the area, outdoor BBQ and heating in all rooms. We also have games room with billiards, Foosball, ping-pong, darts, board games. games. small bar service. (see opening hours). We organize guided family excursions in quad. hiking. Sports and mountain adventure. ski. Custom made we offer the service of breakfast, picnic and area typical homemade dinners cooked by Maique 'yaya' and their delicious desserts.
Pros: Very friendly hosts. The location is very special really in the middle of nowhere. The surroundings are very beautiful. Execellent for people who like to walk. But most importantly for us it is one of the very few places that accepts dogs (€ 10,- per dog per night) We were just passing through but on booking.com could not find one hotel in Huesca willing to take them! That's why we ended up there, but in the end we did not regret the experience. Tip: check your engines oil. All that climbing causes extra oil consumption. I had extra oil with me but the oil cap was on too tight. The owner helped me out. You have to have some Spanish though. (Or a lot.)
Cons: You have to know that the Wifi is virtually non existent and that TV only has Spanish stations. I would call the decoration also rather Spanish. Even though we took bookings' link to Google maps, we were misdirected to a totally uninhabited place 300 meter further down the road. Booking should put this right with Google! However when you go there you will see a sign on the road saying Reperós. That's it. Driving up there is steep and took all my courage. Fortunately after calling them from the wrong place we were picked up by the owner, so all we had to do was follow him. It was not the first time, obviously.