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After leaving the ferry in Santander, we headed into the Picos de Europa for the first couple of nights. Upon arrival at del Oso, we were warmly welcomed. Our room was comfortable with a great view over the swimming pool, down the valley toward a...More
Friendly staff, peaceful location, lovely grounds and a great out door pool.
Food and restaurant service was first class. Buffet breakfasts were amazing with so much choice, both sweet and savory.
Evening meals, especially the 3 course meal at 23 Euros were outstanding, as was...More
We have no hesitation in recommending this attractive family-run hotel. Beautifully situated in the Picos, the hotel is efficiently managed by friendly and helpful staff. Public rooms are pleasant, with a spacious restaurant serving excellent breakfasts and very good dinners. Bedrooms are on the small...More
For a three star hotel this is the business and easily compares to 4 star places. Extensive (read huge) grounds with pool and tennis courts, nice terraces, free parking and quite quiet. The rooms are good (a bit on the small side when compared to,...More
This is one of the nicest hotels we have ever stayed in. The setting is superb, cradled in the mountains, with fabulous views. The surrounding gardens were full of pansies, roses and tubs of geraniums in June, with a stream flowing by. The pool is...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."