This inn has everything for a relaxing, pampered stay in a beautiful sea-side village. It's not right on the water, but is an easy 5 minute walk to shops and restaurants along the quay, and it's fun to wander the steep, narrow stone-paved streets in the oldest part of town as a slight detour on the way home. The building has been owned by the innkeepers' family for many generations, which is seen and felt in the warm welcome and the care taken with every detail, from the lovely linens on the bed, to the well-tended gardens with bougainvillea and many fruit-bearing trees. Breakfast in the garden was excellent...fresh fruit, good cheeses and meats, pastry, breads, fresh baked cakes and tarts, cereal, yoghurt, and a cooked egg dish (like a crust-less quiche?), good Spanish stlye coffee, juices and teas. The room was simple, but lovely, and very comfortable with a balcony and a modern, pristine bathroom.
The best part was our hosts! They were very attentive, welcoming, and professionl and gave us great recommendatios for places to eat, and how to best enjoy hiking in the Cap de Crues parc (the parc is wonderful and wild with great trails of varying difficulty; very cool unusual geologic formations, and beautiful little coves, etc, along the seaside). Our week-end in Cadaques was a fabulous way to end our trip after 4 days in Barcelona, and the Hotel Horta d'en Rohola added greatly to our enjoyment!