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Reviewed 27 August 2008

Stayed 2 nights in August 08. Paid 75 euros per night for two people in a double room.

+ Run by two very friendly and English-speaking women who on check-in gave us a map of the city and recommended restaurants.

+ Very nice & relaxing communal living room (tho we were the only ones using it on our stay) with rocking chairs, TV, books...

+ Breakfast (croissants, rolls, coffee, juice, cereal, cold meats) served in a gorgeous courtyard.

+ Dead central in the prettiest part of Girona, about 2 minutes from the Cathedral.

+ Very clean, nice sheets etc.

+ A beautiful building very nicely decorated with nice little touches.

- The bells! You WILL be woken up by the bells.

- Our room had a seperate (but private) shower room which was very small and the shower was as basic as they come, tho we did have a sink in the bedroom.

  • Stayed: August 2008, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank GuyIncognito
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Reviewed 5 August 2008

This B & B is simple, clean, cheap and very well located.

The breakfast is a little bland but what it lacks in excitement it makes up in quantity!

The owner and related staff are all very nice and polite.

Girona is not somewhere to visit if you have any problems with hills or walking, so Bellmirall isn't either. You will find your hamstrings get a good work out staying here so be prepared!!!

I have to mention the bells from the Cathedral which is a stone's throw away. A lot of reviews say that their nights were ruined by the volume of them! I cannot disagree strongly enough. There was a very good fan in the room, we closed the doors (even though it was August) turned the fan on full and didn't hear a peep!

  • Stayed: August 2008, travelled as a couple
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Thank KatySpinach
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Reviewed 13 March 2008

I can't imagine a better setting to explore the mideval part of the city. Flew in from Chicago to meet up with a Brit friend, entirely reserved by word of mouth, rep and a phone call months before. Everything was spotless, orderly and efficient. Atmospheric, comfy, a breakfast that could last you til late afternoon... all for 60E a night!
Truth be told, a jewel.

  • Stayed: November 2006, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Rock D
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Reviewed 18 December 2007

The location of Bellmirall is unbeatable! Just a few steps away from the charming Jewish quarter, cathedral, & art museum. The pension is tiny, just 7 rooms, and our room was also very small but the place has a lot of character. The staff were very welcoming & helpful and breakfast is quite nice.

We had meals at Cal Ros, La Penyora & El Celler de Can Roca while in Girona.
The first 2 were quite good. However I was so disappointed with El Celler de can roca! It was 1 of the highlights of the trip but the food was mediocre! We also felt the service was a bit rushed and the new premises of the restaurant is completely white, we didn't like it at all, felt very clinical! The food was too experimental, definitly would not recommend it!

We spent 2 nights in Girona & felt it was long enough. It is a lovely city!

  • Stayed: December 2007, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank fabiensf
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Reviewed 19 October 2007

In a 17th Century building in the heart of the old town. Yes, there is the sound of not one, not two, but 3 different churches sounding their bells. But it's a pretty unforgetable experience. Much better than the hotels in the more modern part of town.
A beautiful garden for breakfast.

Stayed: September 2005
2  Thank iffy58
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