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La Casona del Pio
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Reviewed October 8, 2013

I stayed 3 nights here and loved the place. The cost, at under €60, is very reasonable. The staff are friendly and helpful, pointing out ot me places to visit and excellent restaurants. They also found a local woman to do some laundry for me.

The room is nicely set up with comfortable chairs to sit on. There's a working WiFi. There's a whirlpool bath but I didn't use it.

The breakfast, at €7, is excellent value.

You can't park anyway near the hotel, you have to park a few hundred yards away near the port.

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled solo
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Thank John A
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Reviewed August 3, 2013

We stayed one night in this charming small hotel. There being no parking in Cudillero centre (you'll see why) we parked by the harbour and walked the 5-10 minutes back in. If you're lucky and prepared you might be able to pull in in front of the church/ayuntamiento and dump your bags & co-pilot before heading off to the port. The hotel is tucked just off the main town square, well signposted, cosily furnished and the staff were friendly. Our room had a big balcony and good view of the activity down below. Plumbing slightly clunky in the night but we didn't hear a sound from the town, and due to the shady spot and thick stone walls the room was comfortably cool.
Had dinner at La Ancla just next door - great seafood and great value.

Room Tip: Rooms at the front of the hotel with a balcony are great (can't remember the room number)
  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank frootbat
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Reviewed July 15, 2013

I stayed here for a night on my way to Santiago on foot. My room was clean and comfortable with a balcony overlooking the town, my hosts were friendly in that slightly-detached yet competent way that I associate with major tourist centres, breakfast was more than adequate and there are loads of places to eat within spitting distance.

  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled solo
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Thank ElifWeatherman
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Reviewed July 1, 2013

Firstly I'd like to point out that the photograph on TA of La Casona del Pio is incorrect - this is not the right buidling. You're best off looking for the signs to the hotel as the building itself is a beautiful stone fronted building but it cannot be seen from the roadside. As previous posters have stated you need to park at the last bend before the main part of town - unload your bags and then head off to the port to park the car. We knew this in advance and it wasn't a huge problem for us. However there are steep steps up to the hotel and would be a problem for anyone with walking difficulties or someone with loads of luggage.
We had a lovely friendly welcome from all of the staff including the cleaning staff who do a great job. Didn't eat at the hotel as we just went out for coffee. We stayed two nights in this lovely little town - it is very well known to the Spanish and therefore can appear a little touristy but not in a bad way. Some of the restaurants do great deals on the Menu del Dia and what we ate whilst here was excellent. We also went to a small restaurant next door but one to the left of the hotel if looking to the sea. Can't remember the name but the owner speaks good English, luckily for us and the food was absolutely great.
The room, well ours anyway was quite small but had everything we needed. We were just down the hall from reception and therefore suffered from a little noise when people arrived or left.
With this being an old building the plumbing was a little noisey, especially when people flushed during the night-time.
Even with these minor problems we would stay here again in this lovely part of Spain.

Room Tip: Maybe a room on the top floor and not reception level would be good, don't know if the rooms are all standard size or not.
  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank cardiffvalleygirl
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Reviewed June 17, 2013

We booked this hotel having seen the reviews on TA.

The hotel was exactly as described (don't use this hotel if you have very large suitcases, due to the steep steps up to the front door!).

Our room was adequate in size, but the noise transference from other rooms was quite intrusive. People in the room above us wheeling their suitcase across the floor made us think they'd be coming through the ceiling any time!!

Water from the shower poured over the bathroom floor every time.

However, it was the breakfast that was so disappointing. A very dark restaurant, cold coffee, a long wait for the food, overcooked eggs, and the heaviest croissant I've ever tried to eat. The plate of bread, biscuits and cake was most unappetising. Suffice to say we didn't have breakfast there on our second day!

Room Tip: Don't stay here if you have large, heavy suitcases!
  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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