A small town on the Cap de Creus peninsula, Cadaques was the relaxed part of our trip through Northern Spain. Due to a throbbing ankle (mine), we even ended up cutting our hiking plans in the Pyrenees short and made tracks for the coast earlier than planned. Lucky for us, our hotel was able to accommodate us for an extra night - which gave us a total of 4 nights in one place, the longest stint in our trip - very relaxing.
Hotel Llane Petit was everything we were looking for at the tail end of our trip; a lovely place to stay and relax right on the Mediterranean coast. It's a medium size with modern furnishings and gorgeous views - and the staff were quite wonderful. Located just a short walk from the main part of town and nearby Port Lligat, it offered a quiet location to rest up with plenty of options for exploring just a pleasant walk away.
Our room was a good size with plenty of space to settle in for a few nights. The hardwood floors and furnished patio with a picture perfect view of Cadaques added a dreamy vibe. Since there was no refridgerator in our room, the hotel staff kindly let us keep a bag of my sheep milk yogurt, cheese, and other cold items in the hotel refridgerator.
The hotel offers a buffet breakfast in their dining room as part of your room rate, which by the way is very reasonable itself, with plenty of options. We contacted the hotel prior to booking and they actually purchased a large variety of gluten free baked goods for me to have with my breakfast. Since our view was so fantastic, we opted for breakfast in our room. Nothing beats eating a gluten free chocolate croissant while sipping an Americano on a balcony facing the Mediterranean Coast.
Hotel Llane Petit also has a small bar and cafe area open for lunch and they were able to accomodate my dietary needs after we worked our way through the language barrier together. It was the first time I ever ate unpeeled shrimp! Quite the experience. The cafe was also a great community area in which to get a cup of tea, play some Bananagrams, and be around other people. During our stay we had some wild rains (where stairs in the town turned into waterfalls) and the Tramatuna's (very strong winds) kept a number of guests inside for a good chunk of the day - so the cafe was the perfect place to watch the weather.
If you decide to visit Cadaques and want to stay at Hotel Llane Petit, make sure when you book to ask for a room on the third floor with a water view. We did and this was the view we got to wake up to each morning.
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