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I loved staying here, and I loved the town of Haro.
I would absolutely love to come back!
The hotel is set in an amazing historic building which is fascinating to walk around and be in. I constantly wondered whether our room was in an...More
Very hgh standards, from ambient to service and staff, always present and professional. Very cool claustro area and bar. Spacious and nice quadruple room and... the best breakfast possible.
We had dinner at restaurant and service here is really professional too. Local food (unbelievable lamb!)...More
We stayed here for just one night but what a great location, two minute walk from the old town and perfect for what we needed. Bed was comfortable and room was in character of the building. The breakfast, wow, everything you could ever want in...More
As a converted historic building, it could be a Parador and although it isn’t, it had a similar atmosphere. It was a very pleasant place to stay with a spacious comfortable room, excellent dinner and good breakfast. We stayed on a Sunday night and were...More
The property is well located in the sleepy little town of Haro; a quick and easy 5-minute walk from the bus station, another 5-minute stroll to the old town square, 10 minutes to the myriad bodegas just outside town. Rooms are clean and basic, equipped...More
Yes it is. They take your car away to a private car park and get it when you need it. The cost is 17€ per day. Alternatively you can park on the street and buy parking tickets for which there is a maximum charge a day of... More
Yes it is. They take your car away to a private car park and get it when you need it. The cost is 17€ per day. Alternatively you can park on the street and buy parking tickets for which there is a maximum charge a day of about €10 a day. They do explain it at the Hotel reception.