There are no major changes to report at this turn-of-the-century house, with its bright white façade dominated by bay windows, which stands close to the fishing port of Mundaka at the mouth of the Roa de Guernica. It has been decorated in an English style and transformed into a small family hotel. Extremely well kept and run, it undoubtedly provides the best accommodation on this stretch of coast. To enter, you have to use the intercom. You will be received by the owner, Mari Carmen Alonso, or her husband. Both exude Basque honesty and hospitality. An air-conditioned conservatory (without plants) serves as a breakfast room and bar, and for meals there is a new cafeteria and terrace.
   Bedrooms have been very carefully put together, with every detail attended to: the magazine racks, for instance, may well contain up-to-date foreign publications. They are, however, a little small, even if the beds themselves are large. Through the bay windows there are views of the church, the adjacent beach and the Bay of Biscay where it meets the estuary. This is a place for anyone who appreciates silence and a seemingly home-like atmosphere.