This friendly hotel is in a beautiful spot on a hill overlooking the ocean. The views are fantastic. There are beautiful walks around the area, just follow the signs for the "Camino de Santiago" for a while. We had a room with balcony, which is probably great in the summer. In September it was a bit to cold and exposed to spend time on, because it faces north east, so no sun and a cold wind most of the time, but off course the view from our room was beautiful.The hotel caters for breakfast, but not for any other meals and there are no restaurants or shops in walking distance. So you have to drive or take a bus every time you want to eat. There is a rugged trail, muddy in paces, to San Sebastian, which takes about 25 minutes to walk down.
My husband and I recently stayed at the Hotel Leku Eder. Our room had spectacular views as well as the breakfast room. Check in was easy and they gave us lots of useful information of what to see and how to get there. The bus picks you up right in front of the hotel, very convenient. The room was nice, clean and comfortable. Europeans don’t use washcloths. They weren’t in any of the hotels we stayed in Spain or Portugal, but everything else was there like soap and shampoo. The breakfast was awesome, lots of meats, cheeses, cereals and pastries. Also they had excellent coffee and tea. If you stay on the ocean side with the absolutely spectacular views you will see the lighthouse at night. No problem, just lower the blinds. I highly recommend this hotel it is small, only about 18 rooms, but the location and service are excellent!…
Fantastic quirky hotel on a mountainside, with spectacular views, wonderful welcoming staff, for whom nothing was too much effort. Breakfast is good value, and they make their own cakes, which are delicious! Personal favourites were the apple cake and the carrot cake. The manager is a really friendly guy, he takes the time to offer local guidance and help. We could not ask for more, superb place, don't hesitate to book.
A lovely quiet hotel just outside San Sebastian with terrific views over the cliffs & sea, with plenty of free parking. The rooms are basic; but clean, comfortable & all you need. Breakfasts are very good and there is free tea/coffee during the day, dining room has great views too. To get to the Old Town you can catch a bus from outside the hotel; it is a 30 min trip costing €1.75pp & runs every 30 mins until 2200hrs. A taxi will cost €10 - €12. The staff are incredibly friendly, well informed, helpful and have great suggestions where to go. A walk back from the Old Town is about 1 hour (plenty to see there) and trip on the funicular railway at the end; thoroughly recommended. As is eating in the Old Town, plenty of pinchos (tapas) bars with fantastic food.
Stayed her with my wife and 18m old child in a room on the lower floor with a small patio. We loved the outdoor space, despite limited views. The views from the upper floors and the common area were spectacular. Hotel staff were so friendly and welcoming. We had no issues taking the bus into town with our baby stroller.