Built in 1501, this restored townhouse offers a traditional restaurant and stylish modern rooms with free Wi-Fi. It is situated 657 feet from Tarazona Town Hall, in the historic city centre. Each air-conditioned room at La Merced de la Concordia offers wooden floors, a TV and a minibar. The elegant bathrooms include a hairdryer and toiletries. The airy restaurant serves creative regional cuisine, based on seasonal local produce. You can also find a range of bars and restaurants within a 5-minute walk. La Merced de la Concordia is a 15-minute drive from the Moncayo Nature Reserve. Zaragoza is 52.8 miles away, while Pamplona and Logroño are 55.9 miles away. Free parking is available nearby.
This converted 16th-century palace is located in Tarazona, 985 feet from the town’s 13th-century Cathedral. It offers stylish rooms with free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Hotel Condes de Visconti’s chic bar serves a range of drinks. There are also various restaurants within a short walk. Staff at the Condes de Visconti’s reception can provide information about what to see and do in Aragón. They can also help to book tickets for guided tours, live shows and other events. The hotel is located 7.5 miles from Veruela’s Cistercian Monastery and the beautiful Moncayo Nature Reserve. You can drive to central Zaragoza in around an hour.
Hostal Santa Agueda is a guest house located in the historic quarter of Tarazona de Aragón, 952 feet from the Cathedral. Free Wi-Fi access is available. This guest house is a restored building featuring its original wooden beams, antique furniture and a viewpoint. The Santa Agueda features a permanent gallery with pieces from the local artist Raquel Meller. Every morning, breakfast consisting of coffee, hot chocolate or tea, orange juice and toasts or sponge cake with jam, is served. Rooms have air conditioning and heating, as well as a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with hairdryer and free toiletries. Some rooms have city views. Tourist information can be provided at the reception. Tudela is 13.7 miles away, while Zaragoza is less than an hour by car. The property offers parking at an extra cost.
When visiting Olvega, Mirador del Moncayo is a great choice to consider. Guests indulge in spa services, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. A bar/lounge and a spa tub are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer LCD TVs and minibars.
Casa Piedralen is midway between Logroño and Zaragoza, in the mountain village of Cervera del Río Alhama. Set in gardens, this rustic property offers free bicycle use. All rooms are heated and feature sloped ceilings and tiled floors. They come with a TV, wardrobe and private bathroom with a shower. A homemade breakfast of typical local produce is available. Casa Piedralen has its own vegetable garden. Guests can relax in the lounge in front of the large fireplace. Tourist information is available and the centre of the village is 10 minutes’ walk away, or there is a bus.
This establishment is located in a landscape featuring natural thermal baths dating from the Roman era, a perfect place to enjoy nature and good health. The complex boasts well-maintained facilities surrounded by gardens, terraces and a thermal swimming pool. There are a wealth of therapeutic treatments on offer that guarantee your absolute rest and relaxation, as well as a full social and cultural activity program and sporting facilities. This is a new concept in accommodation, which uses leisure and its closeness to nature in order to promote health and wellbeing. It is situated in the rough, wild, volcanic landscapes of the south of Navarra. The complex is located 1.9 miles from Villa de Fitero.