If you fancy resorts with all you can eat option, brand new equipment or animation in the evenings don't go there! But if you're more into mountain hotels with a bit of history, intriguing surroundings and adventurous quests to undertake, GO!!! We loved the owners, they were just so nice and helpful. The food is awesome, plentiful and great value. There's no menu so take the time and effort to figure out what's cookin'. It's worth it.
We stayed just 3 nights with our 2 kids and didn't have the time to explore every corner of the area.
There is an amazing waterfall just 5 minutes by car. Go and take your swimsuit, it will feel like in a movie. Many caves around and authentic villages and more importantly people.
The rooms are not great but hey, they're spotlessly clean and mattresses comfortable. Nothing to worry about.More
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