The Hotel Charle is located just 2 km from Jaca on the road to France close to the ski resorts of Astun and Candanchu. Jaca Railway Station is just 10 minutes' drive from the property. This 18th century coaching inn on the Camino de Santiago (St. James' Way) has been converted into a hotel with design and decoration based on elements typical to a mountain lodge. The large fireplace welcomes guests into the hotel and to the spacious lounge with its laminated wood roof. The lounge is beautifully lit by a vertical window wall. The Hotel Charle comprises a total of 20 guest rooms and offers a wide range of facilities including a children's playground a kids' club a café a bar a restaurant conference facilities WLAN Internet access and parking for those arriving by car. Guests can also hire bicycles at the hotel. The guest rooms feature wooden and wrought iron headboards crafted by local artisans as well as beautifully woven curtains. They offer very high levels of comfort. All rooms come with a fully fitted bathroom with bathtub and shower a TV and WLAN Internet access. A hairdryer a radio heating and a terrace come as standard. There is a sun terrace within the hotel grounds complete with sun loungers. The resort has its own equestrian centre where younger guests can take a pony ride or start learning how to ride a horse (charges apply). Adults will enjoy the many opportunities for walking and riding in the lush forests that surround the hotel. Breakfast is served in the form of a continental buffet while lunch and dinner are available à la carte. Remarks: The hotel accepts pets. Depending on the time of year and time of day it also offers transfers to Jaca city centre and the ski resorts of Astun and Candanchu.
the setting was beautiful as was the hotel itself. Try for a bungalow next to the river and off the road.Visit the stables round the back and explore the nearby countryside free wi fi in rooms a bonus
you showed booking in 12 till 5pm l contacted hotel who told me any time before 10pm would be fine. However we tried to get there early and pleased we did to enjoy the hotel
The evening meal was really grim which was a shame because the staff were helpful.
Good location. Quaint old fashioned setting.
It can best be described as the Spanish version of Fawlty Towers. The staff were more interested in their children than the guests and children live with the guests. The room was cold because the heating was not switched on. The hot water supply ran out. The steak for dinner was like boot leather. The hot water for tea at breakfast ran out. Our room infested with flies on arrival.
It was great
Everthing was fine
The Staff were very pleasant and helpfull also we found the Hotel to be in a very convenient position