This is a lovely old house in gated grounds that has been in the same family since 1640. It is intriguingly furnished with antique furniture but is also supremely comfortable. It is evidently cherished by the present owner who is a very obliging host. We arrived about 9pm off the boat from Poole but I must admit that it was not the easiest place to find. No fault of the owner but drivers beware of the somewhat idiosyncratic signposting all over Spain. We had a huge and very comfortable room. Breakfast was not spectacular but more than adequate. Our main problem was the lack of a restaurant for an evening meal at this time. Maybe we should have looked into this ourselves. The patron advised us that they had an arrangement with a local Italian restaurant who would deliver a meal to us. Well, it was promptly delivered but pretty rank - up to the standard one could expect from an Iceland economy microwave meal - and in foil containers. We ate this amongst the large antique dressers - a complete enigma. Had we arrived earlier and in day light this could have been avoided. But this will not put us off staying there again.
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- The hotel, with capacity for 22 guests, situated in the over 300 year old building of the complex, is the result of a consolidated experience in the hotel industry, always adapted to satisfy the wishes and needs of our guests with respect to tranquillity and comfort. It is situated inside a 20.000 square meter park for the guests exclusive use. All rooms have telephone, access to Internet, TV, minibar. ... more less
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