Well, I don't think I would come again to Cudillero to stay, quite frankly. You are very much in a hole down here by the sea, and there is very little to do. You can do no walks from here, for example. Going out to the nearest Cape is pleasant, as something to do by car. Beyond that. . .? This is like a charming Cornish fishing village, only rather less charming. Back from the touristic parts as you approach the water, the buildings are not very nice, and many of them are unoccupied. There is a certain funk of decline about the place.
The staff could not have been nicer; and though you cannot park near the place and have to carry your bags up a steep flight of stairs, nowhere in Cudillero would be nicer to stay, surely. We had a balcony; the area is reasonably quiet--or was for us, in April; the building has much character; the breakfasts are excellent; and the beds are very comfortable.