Loved the quaint and friendly atmosphere. Very nicely interior decorated and comfortable. . Our room was quite large, and we were pleased to see a full length bath after travelling. Doors opened onto a large balcony with a view over the rose garden to the mountain,.
The location was ideal and parking secure. Anyone looking to stay in a small hotel without wanting to spend a fortune could not do better. !! Highly recommended.
dylan34598 | London (United Kingdom)
“Wish we could stay longer”
We were only able to fit in one night at this lovely place but we'll certainly return here if we come back to Spain. Quite close to Potes but in a quiet spot with the most wonderful views. The public rooms are really lovely with beautiful decor and furnishings. Our room had air conditioning, a huge bed and a balcony overlooking lovely gardens. Take the opportunity to visit their winery as well. We brought some (lots) home ..... very nice.
WalesKms | Wales
This spot is an ideal spot for starting out your discovery of Cantabria, Spain. We rented one of the cabin's. The cabin's were well maintained and location is precious overlooking the mountains. All the important places to visit like potes, Fuente De, Pico Jano etc are within easy driving range. In the cabins you can easily prepare your own dinners and lunches. This is not an agro turismo as we know from Italy, so dont expect offerings of food or food workshops etc.
We stayed in one of the viviendas for 12 days and the experience exceeded all expectations. Excellent attention to detail, both professionally and personally. Tranquillity and peacefulness at its best in spectacular surroundings. The information and photographs on the web certainly do not do the place justice. Highly recommended.
El sábado 23 de abril han comenzado los actos y actividades para empezar a promocionar el Año Jubilar Lebaniego 2017. Se descubrieron tres relojes que marcarán las jornadas que restan para el inicio, se pondrá en marcha el 'Blog del Peregrino' y además se estrenará un nuevo diseño en el portal www.caminolebaniego.com
No dejes pasar la ocasión: Este año disfruta del Camino Lebaniego, la ruta peregrina que surgió en el siglo VIII para venerar el Lignum Crucis, según la tradición, el mayor trozo que se conserva de la cruz donde murió Jesucristo. Consúltanos desde dónde empezar y cómo organizarte tus etapas hasta llegar al Monasterio de Santo Toribio de Liébana, muy cerca de Potes, la capital de Liébana.