La Torre del Vilar
08505 carretera d´Aninyo s/n
26€ - 35€
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  • Musical thread
  • Credit card
  • Television
  • Terrace/garden
  • Wifi
  • Open on christmas
  • Group menu
  • Handicapped
  • Heating
  • Takes reservations
  • Air conditioned
  • Private rooms
  • Email reservations
  • Drinks / Cocktails
  • English menu
  • Kids menu
  • Open sunday
  • Open august
  • Easy parking
  • Private parking


  Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Open Friday to Sunday from 13:00 to 16:00.

Friday and Saturday nights from 20:30 to 22:30.

Open to close during the week if booked in advance (minimum 10 people).



Alex B. (Ego)

star image star image star image star image       6 months ago

Interesting rural hotel with outside pool, hottub and nice old interiors.

Vava Iulia

star image star image star image star image star image       a year ago

Very nice rooms and awesome food! Desiree made our parents stay remarkable!

Philipp T. Hinz

star image star image       a year ago

The waiter from el Salvador was very nice, however, we had booked a double bedroom, but the bed was not suitable for two people, 1,40m wide, shaky, super noisy, kept us awake half the night, the owner "was very sorry" and offered us a free Jacuzzi, but a discount on the room would have been more appropriate (of course when it came down to paying she didnt make any move to compensate for the horrible night). Also: dont eat fish, we ordered two differenr fish dishes, they were at most mediocre. The salad was poor also. Its a very well maintained cute place and sometimes yes things can go wrong, but if they go wrong, dont be clingy, cause at the end, we spent 200€ that night and didnt have a good time. Thank you.

simon mcdonnell

star image star image star image star image star image       2 years ago

An intriguing modernista villa, originally built as a family summer home and now run as a small hotel and restaurant by a charming couple. It retains a host of its original features and some fascinating furniture form the early 20th century. The food is very good quality ‘cassola style’ cooking. There is a gorgeous terrace, a curious library and an inviting pool for hotel guests. I wonder if the current owners will restore the clay tennis court to its former glory, it must have been splendid…


star image star image star image star image star image       4 years ago

The best place you can go for relaxing and good food. The building is beautiful and full of history. Food is extraordinary. Cinto, the owner, make you feel like if you where a king or queen. Recomendable for everyone: couples, families, alone... I can tell that go once is not enough.

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