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Pedrafita do Cebreiro: Cottages, Apartments & More (40)

 

Recent Pedrafita do Cebreiro Reviews

Highly recommended

5 of 5
La Abuela is off the beaten path, but the drive up into the mountains is beautiful and worth the effort. The house is very well equipped for cooking, relaxing and playing in the garden with a gorgeous view. Manuel is very thoughtful with advice, kind offers of help, and local bottles of wine. Our lack of Spanish did not get in the way at all, as he found many helpful interpreters to answer all our questions. We loved the area, especially Ponferrada, Villafranco del Bierzo, Santiago de Penalba, Las Medulas, and the sections of the Camino de Santiago we explored, including the Cruz de Ferro which is an easy drive from San Pedro. We are anxious to return to la Abuela someday and bring friends.
  • Submitted: Aug 13, 2012
  • Stayed: Jul 2012