We had seen this hotel mentioned in several guide books to Begur, and knew that it's restaurant was supposed to be good so made a special effort to find it. The hotel was actually sign posted from the church square in Begur, but unless you knew to look for it, you probably would not find the hotel, much less the restaurant. It is only small so I would advise booking in high season - it is also only open Wednesday to Sunday in low season. There is a nice seating area for cocktails or something from the large gin and tonic menu! The owner was interested from the start, wanting to know where we had heard of her 'simple' restaurant. Although there were vegetarian starters, there was no vegetarian main course available, but it was agreed that my partner could have two starters - maybe in future it would be nice for veggies to be catered for at every course. Very good food at 28 euros for three courses, no matter what you chose, or you could have fewer courses if you wanted. I would say that the surrounding were intimate and eclectic, with nice lighting and antiques. They have a cabinet of 'treasures' to look at, which makes the place feel very cosy. Would happily go back and also try to stay in the hotel for a night to see more of it!
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