Ratings based on 9 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby Anniewb from Wales
Beautiful and ful of characterPosted Aug 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
We stayed for a week in this former Indianos mansion which has been beautifully renovated. Yes, it can be noisy because of the wooden floorboards but the place has great character, helpful and welcoming staff and brilliant breakfasts.the grounds were lovely as was our room which was comfy, light filled and stylish.
for Everyoneby Sandy from Lowestoft, Suffolk, UK
Wanted something a bit different and got it !Posted Jun 16, 2013
Pros: High standard of accommodation with good service and good breakfast
Cons: Patchy WIFI
Location: Off the beaten track but could change with new section of the E70 open a month ago
Very pleasant hotel. More difficult to find off the new section of the E70 - could be more sign posts. Ample parking included. Lift for those who need it. Two restaurants nearby and more in Cudillero. Quiet stay in attic room which was very pleasant. WIFI bit patchy. Best not pay for breakfast in advance in pounds - much cheaper to pay on the day in euros - worth having ! A very nice example of a sympathetically renovated " Indianos " mansion. Beats modern hotels hands down for character.
for Couplesby Libor79 from Leon/Prague
Fantastic hotelPosted May 22, 2013 on Hotels.com
This is extremely charming boutique hotel. Beautifully restored old house with high comfort bedrooms and lovely garden, our stay was extremely pleasant and relaxing. The whole house is tastefully decorated, bedrooms are of good size and beds very comfortable. The hotel is pristine clean and the atmosphere very chilling. Downstairs lounge with fire place is very cosy place to spend time reading books and dining room with adjoining second lounge is spacious and elegant. The breakfast (extra charge Eur 9) is really worth it as it includes a wide selection of home made sweets plus the selection of Spanish ham, cheese etc. All delicious and beautifully presented. The location of the hotel is on a quiet road just off main road that leads to the fishing village and port of Cudillero (cca 5-6 mins drive, too far to walk). There are no shops or restaurants in the near vicinity and therefore car is a must. The staff is extremely pleasant and helpful. As this hotel doesn't have restaurant, they suggested several restaurants in Cudillero and also helped with planning our journey the next day to visit local beaches and other towns/villages. Highly recommended, will definitely return!
for Everyoneby Mike from London
A characterful hotel with good staffPosted Oct 5, 2012
Pros: Its character and usefulness as a base
Cons: My bed was a little uneven
Location: Peaceful. A car is needed to explore the very interesting local sights. Whilst Cudillero is well worth a visit it is somewhat touristy.
A very characterful converted former mansion with fascinating decorations and very helpful staff. Whilst there is no restaurant in the hotel, breakfasts are fresh and tasty, and there is a very good local restaurant serving good homecooked fare only a short walk away. The grounds are pleasant and there is plenty of parking. You need a car to stay here as the walk down to Cudillero is very steep and should not be attempted at night. The hotel makes a good base for local excursions, such as to some terrific cliff scenery to the west. There is also a good local beach. When we were unable to get a taxi back from Cudillero one night the hotel arranged alternative transport for us.
for Couplesby Declan from Poole England
Lovely CudilerioPosted Oct 2, 2012
Pros: A lovely breakfast with lots of home made pastries.
Location: On the coast, a steep walk to the town, but taxis are available.
A lovely situation, very relaxing staying here. Have stayed here the last few years and have never been diassapointed. Worth getting a taxi (cheap) to the harbour as there are a loy of very good fish restaurants there.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Australia
country hotel in grand stylePosted Jun 17, 2011 on Hotels.com
an excellent hotel, beautiful furnishings, grounds and facilities and close to the delightful village of Cudillero. A breakfast to entice the most fussy palate and helpful friendly staff. We would go often if only it was not so far away, a real find! It was a pity we could not stay longer.
by A verified traveler from London
Slightly underwhelmingPosted Sep 22, 2009 on Hotels.com
Our room wasn't in the main hotel but self-catered accomodation at the back, which allowed us to cook our own meal (cheaper than the local restaurants), but wasn't quite what we expected. Considering we also stayed in the much nicer Casona de Lupa hotel nearby for the same price, the room was quite expensive.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Kent UK
Close to pretty CudilleroPosted Sep 12, 2009 on Hotels.com
Our room was probably the smallest which we thought rather expensive. It was barely aequte for two people with luggage. Breakfast was superb but again quite pricey at over E16 for two.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Birmingham
Perfect in every wayPosted Jun 28, 2009 on Hotels.com
It's as beautiful as it looks on the pictures. The service was impeccable. The breakfast was the highest quality hotel breakfast I've ever eaten. We stayed in a 'studio' which was really cute. Less lavish than the main hotel but some nice touches and felt like a retreat. Although pretty and worth a visit, Cudillero itself is full of tourist tat and crazy winding streets so it was nice to be a little bit outside the town. The hotel's up a long and steep hill but only takes 20 mins by foot even for the unfit. We stayed there on our last night of a touring holiday around Asturias and Galicia and was perfect as it's only 15 mins from the airport. Highly recommended.