We stayed here for 3 nights in July and whilst we enjoyed our time we feel improvements could be made. The breakfast currently included is very basic and any additions such as fruit and yoghurt cost extra. No evening meal is served and we had to drive 20 minutes to the attractive town of Cedira to find a good seafood restaurant. The bedrooms would benefit from a mini fridge and an air freshener to be provided in the bathroom as there was a slight drainage smell. We found the staff to be very friendly and helpful.
Just returned from a wonderful 4 night stay in this gem in Galicia Spain. Bedroom fab with wonderful views. Lovely breakfast and overall a wonderful place to relax and unwind. Marissa and Cristina had limited english but were most helpful regarding exploring the local area and places to visit, restaurants etc. An idyllic hotel/location for total relaxation and getting away from it all.
With 5 rooms and one suite, Hotel A Miranda is small but the heart and soul of the place are as big as the gorgeous views out the big windows that look to the ria of Ortigueira.
The owner, Marisa, and her colleague Cristina made us feel so welcome upon arrival and throughout the stay, providing excellent information about the area and specifics on where to go for marvelous scenery and great food/drink.
The hotel is newer construction in the clean-lined minimalist style of mid-century modern.
The first floor has a most comfortable living area for relaxing, with a huge wood-burning fireplace (not used during our stay). There is also the breakfast room looking out to the view. One can order dinner at the hotel and Marisa will provide a simple, very tasty meal based on what's available that day in the market.
The rooms are small with super comfortable beds with high quality sheets. The bathroom is all marble, excellent toiletries and a great shower. If you have Room 3 the shower has a big window with the view of the water! There's a good desk and comfortable chair in the room and a nice big balcony for sitting out at the chairs and table.
Overall, the attention to detail and warmth of the staff makes this a real gem. I'd go back in a second to the Rias Altas and I'd stay at Hotel A Miranda with great pleasure.
This is a strange place - a very modern building in an unspoilt part of Northern Spain. It is difficult to find, as the road leading to it is up a small track away from the main road. You may well do what we did and drive past the entrance, and then realise what you have done as you see the hotel from the main road, on the hill above you. The entrance is sign-posted, but you may not believe the road can be so small - it looks like you are driving into someone's back garden.
When we stayed there, we were the only guests for one night, and it was slightly surreal, and lacked atmosphere. There is a lounge area, but no bar, and no restaurant (unless you book a meal 24-hours in advance). The rooms are comfortable enough, but slightly sparsely furnished and small. We were lucky to book the suite, which has a lounge area, and so could socialise with our friends who were staying in a normal room next door. The host is very nice and helpful for exploring the local area, but she only speaks Spanish.
The area is spectacular and wild and well worth a look.
We had 2 enjoyable nights. Though modern in style and look it was very refreshing and comfortable. Marisa was very helpful throughout our stay. The Suite is fantastic and the other rooms whilst obviously smaller very comfortable. There was only one other couple staying - so it was extremely quiet which is what we like. The hotel is ideally located to explore the peninsular. Being able to speak some Spanish is an advantage and would be residents should be aware that if you want dinner you should book it in advance before arriving. On the note the dinner we had was superb. There is a honesty bar with limited stock but that's not a problem.