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We found this Hotel/Restaurang hidden in the mountain area outside Barcelona. We had a fantastic dinner with our family and experienced first class service and fantastic food. We looked around and the hotel looks fabulous. We would love to come back and stay here as...More
An excellent deal and eat to. Good value for money. An experience that delights the senses with great sea and mountain views.
There should be more places like this. Hopefully that does not change.
Just a few minutes inland from busy, mainstream Costa Brava lies this sort-of-castle. Judging from the series of venue-locations on its grounds, its main source of income must be 'bodas' (weddings), something very big in Spain. This may also explain the clear lack of personal...More
A converted castle type property - a big hill top house really; tastefully and beautifully converted to include 11 or so very large rooms/suites. Room were superbly appointed and very comfortable indeed with excellent bathrooms with almost everything you could want. Beautiful terraces and public...More
We were there on a wedding and it was great. The food was really good, the gardens are amazing and the views are... I have no words to describe it. Really a nice place to scape with your partner and enjoy the mediterranean way of...More
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US$146 - US$334 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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How hard was it to get into Barcelona? Did anyone have a car to see the country and was it easy to travel too from this location?
8 September 2014|
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Response from CastelldeOliver | Property representative |
The hotel is about 30 minutes from Barcelona, it is best to rent a car to get around, or you can go by public transport, but the nearest station to the hotel train, no bus service and would have to ask one tax
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"Each room is unique and there are only 11 so you can choose specifically online. Both mountain and sea views..."