Bajo el Cejo was pretty much a perfect place to stay. Andres is so welcoming and really helpful with everything from where to go hiking to booking us a taxi back to the airport. Also Pippa, an English lady who works there, is very lovely and helpful. The location is beautiful and the food and wine was great. The dinner at the hotel is well worth the price, but you can also get decent food from one of the two restaurants in El Berro. El Berro is a lovely friendly little village - we went to the panaderia and got a tour!
The pool (though cool in May) is lovely, and there's plenty of space to relax around it and on separate terraces.More