Hotel Edelweiss

Estacion de Candanchu, s/n, Candanchu, Aragón, 22889, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Candanchu

Sunny Snow fun!

A travel blog entry by browntravelco

19

... pros and here we are in our trousers and jumpers, soaked through. :) Had a few glasses of Rose and Icecream at one of the busy restaurants...couldn't wipe the smile of our faces. Thankfully it wasn't too cold that night either so up in the morning for a lovely little walk before talking off to another area, where there had Husky Sleds and lots of cross country skiers. Not too mention the free luge area, where they lent us ...

Soggy Skiing and Roscón Beans in the Pyrenees

A travel blog entry by hstephens123

16

... being a purpose-built resort meant that there were no Airbnb options and lodging was quite spendy so we expanded our search to include nearby towns and finally settled on Jaca about 45 minutes away from Formigal. This meant that the best mode of transportation would be renting a car and driving the 4.5 hours from Madrid after work on Friday the 3rd and would also provide us the flexibility to explore other ski resorts in the area such as Candanchu, a smaller mountain ...

Living as Work Away's

A travel blog entry by heatherandjohn

5

... painting and decorative stuff.

Sunday 1st December

Today was our day off so we had a lovely walk from the village of Sarrance along the Chemins de Saint Jacques de Compostelle with a picnic by the river. Eric had bought some beautiful mushroom pate from the local butcher along with some Bayonne ham - delicious.
It was a lovely sunny day but cold once we were out of the sun.
The village has a beautiful old church ...

From Rioja to Navarra

A travel blog entry by antonian81

11

... and very narrow streets but little else to compare. It was pretty and so we sat in a square and had tapas before the purchase of another pair of boots and another stunning cross country drive to Sos del Rey Catolico, a small medieval town high on a hill overlooking valleys with small fields growing maize and grain. The town is not at all touristy but is the birthplace of Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand. We parked in the aire and walked into ...

A View to Die for. ...

A travel blog entry by dawidstowe

8

Hotel Ordesa is located about 2200 metres above sea level. A popular area for walkers, sking and (push) bikers.
The hotel has a lovely character to it. Staff are pleasent and helpful. They even insisted I park my motorbike near the main front entrance of the building.
The food is ok, bed is very comfortable and the bar well stocked! :)
Step outside the building or view from your room window is breathtaking! You wouldn't be bored. ...

Location

This 3 star hotel is located on Estacion de Candanchu, s/n, Candanchu.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding