We spent one night at El Anon, 30 years after our last stay and so were not quite sure what to expect . We were delighted to find that it was just as good as before, probably because it is still in the same ownership. It has a quaint and rambly character all of its own. Friendly…
We went for a light supper but we have stayed in the past. It's an intriguing place, full of memorabilia and quirky nooks and crannies. The bar is fun and in the winter a roaring fire heats one corner spectacularly! The rooms are basic but comfortable, breakfasts are all…
A fascinating and attractive hostal ideally located in the centre of the town and with some very attractive features. A real maze of terraces and rooms having once been (I understand) five separate houses at one time.
A delightful late lunch on their beautiful terrace. Fantastic home made food, the pate was delicious and the pastry on the chicken pie delicious, really good vegetarian menu, and the service and welcome was really friendly.
This hotel is made up of several houses joined together making a quirky collection of patios, staircases, rooms and suites. You might spend the first day getting lost inside - and that's before you try to find your way around the steep cobbled streets in this lovely Pueblo…
"La Tienda is the only room with its own door and key - so easier access in/out of hotel"
"All rooms are exellent"
"All rooms appear to be away from the street, which is not busy anyway, so probably any room will be nice."
"All rooms seem to be different so it is probably best to consider what type of room you want when booking"