Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
by Theresa from Rota, Spain
Best Kept Secret! A must stay to get away!Posted Oct 12, 2015 on Hotels
What a wonderful relaxing and restful stay! Ana and Paco made us feel at home... which is exactly what it was, their home! It was a great big home, remodeled with a handful of rooms that accommodated a handful of families and/ or couple... pets welcome too! My husband and I booked this for 3 nights with our 2 children, ages 10 and 7 and dog. We wanted to get away from it all, quiet and views. We had stunning views from our balcony and got to watch the sunset and rise each day of our stay. Hiking was possible right up the rode! They are amazing cooks too! All food, fresh hand made and absolutely delicious! The bedrooms are very comfortable with own private bathroom and TV. We brought a cooler and that sustained for the three days with sandwiches, snacks, and cold beers since the drive up and down the mountain could get tiring at times and if you want something other then the typical Spanish cuisine t. This place is about 30 minutes from the Alhambra and a cute little village that will lead you to the better hikes! If you want quiet, nature and to get away from the hustle and bustle, this is your place! The best is they take pride in this place and their recommendationsThe fresh air, views and hosts make this place a definite repeat for our family! We are already planning a visit again during the Ski season!
by A verified traveler
Nice little placePosted Sep 23, 2015 on Hotels
We stayed here for 2 nights and enjoyed our stay. The accommodation is basic but has charm. The owners are friendly and the surroundings are nice. A Spanish breakfast is included and there is the possibility for lunch/dinner (however we had these at the little town nearby which has a couple of restaurants, although remember all but one close for a few hours early afternoon). There is a little pool but we were there in mid-September and it was not warm enough to use it so can't comment on that! Ron the dog will accompany you on any walk nearby!
by Paul from Woodcote
Posted Aug 28, 2015 on Hotels
A wonderful location and great hospitality from Paco and Anna.
by William from Anchorage, Alaska
A remote gem that is a bit hard to findPosted Jun 14, 2015 on Hotels
This is a great remote place to get away from it all in Spain! Also, a great place to escape the summer heat of Southern Spain, as the hotel is at about 1,400 meters (about 4,000 feet) elevation. The facilities may not be ultra-modern, like you'd find at a 4 or 5 star hotel in a big city, but that just adds to the charm. Our room was perfectly clean and the owner was very pleasant to work with. There is a restaurant , plenty of room for parking (a real plus, as compared to the congestion you find in about all villages and cities we visited on our trip) and a seasonal pool (closed when we visited in early June). The owner spoke very little English, which was fine for us, but good to keep in mind. My only criticism is that the directions to get to the place are pretty nonexistent, at least on Hotels.com. They list how far the place is from various points of reference, but no directions. Directions really are needed to find this place! It is located about 3.5 kilometers from the nearest village, which I think was called Guejar, on a paved road. The 16 in the address is not an address number but part of the name of the road, which is derived from a fountain that has 16 spigots coming from it, located shortly after the turnoff on the road on your left. Our GPS got us close to the right village, but that was about it. I seriously recommend getting good directions before staying at this gem of a hotel. I just wish we had more time to explore the area.
by A verified traveler
Nous aimerions vivre toutes les saisons.Posted Jul 26, 2016 on Hotels
Nous cherchions un endroit calme , nous avons trouvé un havre de paix... Un accueil charmant..
by A verified traveler from Deutschland
familiere Atmosphäre zum RelaxenPosted Jul 18, 2011 on Hotels
Das kleine im Landhausstil eingerichtete Hotel ist nicht ganz einfach zu finden, liegt es doch ein wenig abseits in den Bergen über Guejar Sierra. Folgt man aber der Beschreibung von Ana und Paco, die uns vorher per E-Mail zugesandt wurde, kommt man gut an. Wichtig dabei ist, nicht in Guejar Sierra hinein zu fahren, sondern vorher nach links der Beschilderung "Fuente La Teja" folgend, abzubiegen. Ist man dann oben, wird man liebevoll von der Hausherrin persönlich begrüßt! Sie ist gleichzeitig die hervorragende Köchin im Hotel und jeder Gast darf es nicht verpassen, sich am Abend eines ihrer Gerichte auftragen zu lassen! Paco unterstützt sie beim Kochen, obwohl er zur Zeit (2011) noch mit dem Bau einer zweiten kleinen Ferienhütte in der Nähe des Haupthauses gut zu tun hat. Grandios: Man bekommt vom "Baugeschehen" fast nichts mit! Wir haben das Hotel auf unserer Spanienrundreise für einen Tagesbesuch Granadas und der Alhambra genutzt, könnten uns aber vorstellen, dort länger Urlaub zu machen. Ein schöner gepflegter Pool bietet nach der Wanderung oder dem Ausflug willkommene Abkühlung.Nicht unerwähnt sollen die Tiere bleiben, die dem Hotel sein Flair verleihen: Pferde, Esel und zwei liebe Hunde. Ein Hotel, dass für uns zur Kategorie "besonders empfehlenswert" gehört!