The beach and the main Cadaqués promenade are a couple of minutes' walk away. The Dalí House Museum at Port Lligat is a short drive or bus ride away, and the Dalí Museum at FIgueres is less than an hour away. You’re also not far from the main town bus station.
The 31 rooms are spacious and light, if basic, with white walls, simple modern furnishings and comfortable beds. They’re not going to win any prizes for luxury but they’re spotlessly clean and you get a lot of square metres for your euro. The bathrooms are also a good size and some rooms have wheelchair access. If you’re a light sleeper like me, however, do bring earplugs as the traffic can be a bit noisy in the mornings.
TV lounge and bar area and a small courtyard patio with plants.
Eating and drinking
Breakfast is available in the dining room at an extra charge, but I personally prefer fresh croissants from one of the very good local bakeries. Otherwise, there’s no shortage of cafes nearby and on the seafront.
Family run with helpful, friendly service. There’s also a free hotel car park which is fantastic, as parking in Cadaqués can be horribly expensive.
Who stays there
Families and couples mostly from Britain, France and Spain.
Breakfast isn’t included in the price.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Sporty types
Pros & Cons
- Good value
- Parking facilities
- Central location
- Can be a little noisy