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After all the positive reviews this hotel is hardly a secret and I can only concur with them. We had the most friendly and efficient welcome with lots of advice and maps for mountain walks. The rooms may be small but very comfortable with a...More
Got back last Wed. from a lovely stay for 8 nights in this hidden gem!
This is a small well run hotel halfway between Potes and Fuente De. We had a spacious room on the front of the Hotel. It was spotlessly clean and lovely...More
Heavenly hotel lost in the Picos. The family have made this location into an oasis of beauty and tranquility. They go out of their way to make you feel welcome and nothing is too much trouble for them. Restaurant and bar is a bit steep,...More
Our 6 nights at the Hotel del Oso lived up to the level expected from the previous reviews and certainly exceeded our expectations. This is a very professionally run mountain hotel with welcoming informative staff, well appointed public rooms, comfortable bed rooms and a pleasant...More
The hotel is located in a village on one of the few highways through the Picos de Europa National Park (Parque Nacional de Picos de Europa). It's in a beautiful stone building.
We had a nice room with a view of some of the surrounding...More
Hello. Others seem to know more about the cable car etc than I do. We were cycling, so didn't wander too far from the hotel. A couple of things. We cycled from Santander along the N road to a small town called Cabazon de la... More
Hello. Others seem to know more about the cable car etc than I do. We were cycling, so didn't wander too far from the hotel. A couple of things. We cycled from Santander along the N road to a small town called Cabazon de la Sal. From there we came off the main roads, went to Puentenansa via Valle de Cabuerniga and then joined the N621 at La Hermida which goes up to Potes. You'll need local maps. It was a lovely route, but going that way does mean that you miss some of the more spectacular bits of the gorge, although you could turn right at La Hermida, drive down the gorge and then come back up again. Having cycled down to Sevilla, but driven back, I would suggest that, as a general rule, if you have time, come off the motorways, it's much more interesting. While there, don't miss going up to the Mirador de Llesba at Puerto de San Glorio, beautiful views and lovely walks.
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"We had a room on the second floor, with a balcony overlooking the pool. Nice position."