My husband and I stayed in Alen d'Aragon near Huesca this past April and we think it was one of the very best among our numerous stays in Spain. Location was fabulous, in spite of my initial reluctance through Google map which shows only near-by village streets. It turned out Alen d'Aragon is outside the village surrounded by orchards. The grand scenery out of our room/cottage was fabulous with 180 degree view of the Pyrenee foothills. The host was gracious and kind and their bread was excellent. We throughly enjoyed our stay and sincerely recommend this place as your base to explore the wonders of Aragon.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Santa eulalia de Gállego - a little Aragonese village perched on the terraces and hills surrounding the river Gállego where it cuts dramatically through the towering cliffs of the pyrenean foothills. ...Alén d´Aragón - a small and unique rural hotel, like a hamlet at the edge of the village, nestled among almonds, olives and holm oaks where you will find peace, a friendly welcome and a perfect base to discover....We have developed the idea of a “hotel village” to fit the Aragonese setting; various small buildings with nooks and corners, just like a hamlet in the Pyrenean foothills. The hotel offers eleven rooms, five of them large suites of over 500 sq ft each and six ample double rooms of 240 sq ft each. ... more less
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