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Reviewed January 6, 2012

Stayed there for 2 nights in August after visiting Barcelona. It was my first time staying at a country B&B, and I loved it. The house is unique. Marian and Martin were great hosts, warm but not intruding. And I still miss the lazy summer afternoons by the pool in the Spanish countryside.

Stayed: August 2011, traveled as a couple
Thank WD1984
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Reviewed June 13, 2011

Great B&B in the hillside of a small village in the Penedes. We stayed here at the beginning of our trip to Barcelona while visiting the Penedes wine region. The Owners were very warm and helpful and suggested a wonderful restaurant within walking distance of the hotel, restaurant U. Probably our best dining experience of the whole trip.
The room was well appointed, and the views are beautiful. We have already suggested it to friends visiting Barcelona this summer.

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank CarloMest
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Reviewed July 31, 2010

We arrived at this guesthouse as the last stay on a cycle trip in Catalunya. The setting is magnificent with incredible views across the vineyards with incredible mountains in the background. It is an old house which has been beautifully restored. Our room had a huge bathroom and its own little terrace area. The pool is great for relaxing. Marian and Martin are natural hosts. You feel like you're visiting your favourite relatives who you haven't seen for a while. We had an amazing dinner prepared by Martin for 11 guests! Breakfast is excellent too. You must try the 'U' restaurant in the village at the weekend, which is one of the best meals I've ever had with an enourmous wine list all at a really reasonable price.

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled as a couple
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Thank KLFMadrid
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Reviewed July 13, 2009

We came here on the recommendation of Paddy, a local wine tour guide who was due to show us around this cava-producing region of Spain. The photographs looked good, but couldn't even compare to the reality of the village and the building that we reached at the very top of the village of Les Gunyoles. We parked in the shadow of the old church and walked into a beautifully-converted 15th century building which simply took our breath away. We and our friends had two of the three rooms. Both were large and tastefully decorated marrying the features of the old building with all modern amenities. We arrived late (11pm) and Marian had prepared a simple supper of cold meats, cheeses, bread and some local wines. Sitting on the balcony after our journey we relished the peace and tranquility as the chicadas made some last evening calls. Martin prepared a wonderful breakfast in the morning and we went off on our educational tour of cavas and other vineyards. Don't miss the new restaurant in the village 'U' (yes, just one letter). The food and wine list would compete against the best city restaurants. We stayed 3 nights and loved every minute. Thankyou both, Martin and Marian.

  • Stayed: June 2009, traveled with friends
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2  Thank BillEasson
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Reviewed January 6, 2007

Marian and Martin have built a boutique style, very upmarket guest house inside a collection of old village houses at the top of a hamlet in the hills outside Barcelona.

The views are brilliant and the interior is enlivened by assorted works of art, curios and a modern steel staircase in the main lobby.

A glass of cava on the verandah when we arrived set the tone and the pool is great for relaxing after a trip into town.

All the rooms are excellent and again, modernised to as good a standard as is to be found in many upmarket hotels, without losing the rustic ceilings, shuttered windows and other features.

Dinner with fellow residents at the long dining table is well worth staying in for. The local restaurant is great and Il Conejo (about 7 miles away), provided the best wild boar stew I've ever had.

We drove ourselves into Barcelona twice....on reflection, don't...Take advantage of the Badour's taxi service to the local train station - Barcelona is not the easiest place to navigate as many of the traffic flows are very confusing to 'foreigners' and getting out during rush hour is a nightmare.

We are forming the 'We hate Avenida Diagonal' society, having spent 2 hours on it, on a Bank Holiday Friday, trying to escape!

This is a great place to stay if you want to see Barcelona and tour the area, but don't want an urban location.

  • Stayed: January 2007, traveled as a couple
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