Stayed here while at the end of the world. It sits upon a steep hill with lovely views. I easily walked down to town and back up for meals. Breakfast was included in my room price, it was primarily cakes and sweet, all delicious. Lovely un-heated pool and a porch to sit on and ponder. Also had a nice laundry service for 5 euro. The room had no air, if you feel it’s necessary, I had a big door which opened and had cool breezes at night. I did experience several “bites” on my face and upper arms at this hotel, perhaps because the door was open all night. Living room space and dinning area spaces blocked off at night. Friendly owner(s) with a little dog watching the door.
Our group of eight stayed at this hotel during our yearly Camino de Santiago trek. Easy to find at the top of a hill, with lovely views and a nice garden with pool, near the town centre. Considering the price, the rooms were excellent and clean. The bathrooms are well appointed and even have an individual sauna in a shower-like cabin. Breakfast was good and the hotel is to be fully recommended. Excellent wifi with a router in each floor to ensure a good signal.
We stayed for a couple of nights after completing the Camino de Santiago. We drove there and one needs a car to get to this hotel as it is quite a distance from town. We had a partial bay view. The room was bright and airy. The winds were really strong and we heard them rush against the hotel all night. The showers are something out of a Woody Allen movie - cylindrical shape with jets coming out at you all over!
There is a lovely porch which invites you to sip wine in the evenings, and a lovely little pool. Breakfast was average. A lot of home made cakes if you like cake for breakfast. The main drawback was the two very long flights of stairs to the top floor rooms with no elevators.