This is a very lovingly restored Cantabrian villa with plenty of authentic features yet enough of a modern twist to satisfy travelers.
It's more of a posada (guest house) than a hotel I'd say. Family run and very well looked after. The owner is always about keeping everything ship-shape. Posadas are better bets than 3* hotels in this area anyway. Rooms nicely decorated, very clean, wooden floor boards, beamed ceilings.
Breakfast is a bit basic, yet, good quality. I asked for a plate of Jamon Iberico to supplement mine (at a cost) but was well worth it as it was fantastic.
We chose this hotel due to its proximity to the fantastic beach at the bottom of the hill (walkable) which we discovered the previous year (Playa de Berellin). Dramatic cove with rock formations and a striking arch. The beach is unique.
This hotel is good for a couple of nights or so as a base to explore or a stop-off. It's not a hotel you go to in order to sit around the hotel though.
I would recommend it, especially considering quality against price.More