Arrived about 6 in the dark having asked several people how to find this remote spot. Navarrete is such a small hamlet and there appeared to be no one about and no cars. Quite spooky. Found the hotel and in the dark it looked large and very dark, we expected Count Dracula to open the door. The hotel was in darkness. We knocked on the door and rang the bell, no answer. We phoned the number on the booking sheet and no one answered the phone. We were the only car in the car park so we wondered if maybe it had closed down since booking. Then a Spanish family pulled up. They had stayed there before. They could not get and answer. Then we spotted a tiny note with 2 phone numbers on it pinned to the door. Phoned and a lady said to wait 10 minutes, we did and suddenly a few lights went on inside. It was the end of October and their restaurant was closed, nothing was open in the hamlet either. Not a good start. Large room though. T.V didn't work. Church bell nearby rings every 15 minutes. Wasn't too happy until the morning when we managed to see the hotel and how beautiful it was inside and out. Would recommend it in season, it looks lovely in the court yard in the sun. Shame they don't actually welcome you on arrival. I have marked it good because it was spotless and the rooms were lovely. The lady who we met was nice enough but it lacked a little organisation.
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