Given that the only restaurants open during Sunday and Monday in Barcelona are the touristy ones that we’d rather avoid, we decided to escape to the countryside for those two days. The hotel of choice was one that we’ve read about in CN’s Traveller, an old consolation in the mountains of Matarrana and appropriately named Consolacion since it’s the transformation of old monastery with the addition of the more private cube rooms. It’s almost a year since I stayed in a cube (see previous post about La Grenouillere), I couldn’t possible choose something else. The room was great, on the smaller side but open to the views, which is what we were there for. Totally relaxing and rejuvenating, exactly what I needed after a series of long meals J
The fact that the hotel also includes a restaurant was convenient, but this is not a destination restaurant yet. The setting is great and they have a chance, I’m anxious to see if they will manage to get there some day.
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