Pros: The hotel is in a lovingly restored traditional house in the centre of the village. The owners kept all the traditional features but somehow managed to put underfloor heating in - amazing! ;-)
Pros: Lovely setting up on top of hill. Great owner and staff. Will return definitely!
Pros: the restaurant which is adjoining the hotel is excellant , but expensive . The accomodation is old spanish and a real treat , the hamlet is peaceful and totally unspoiled.
Cons: The directions from the motorway are not accurate and if you arrived in the night you would really struggle . We asked the locals who were very helpful .
Pros: It may be slightly of the main routes but a very old village with the rustic hotel. The dining area is something out of this world, unbelievable!
Pros: The service, the food, the room
Cons: The shower
Pros: Lovely location. Food amazing
Cons: Only downside was we couldn't take our dog into the bar, I understand the restaurant but not the bar, meant we had to sit in the outside area and in November not that fun.
Pros: Situated in a very caracteristic old house with original details and the interior design in perfect harmony. All is very comfortable and clean. The picturesque village with it's castle was an ...
Cons: Like in many old buildings, the soundproofing is poor. There is a notice in the room, asking the guests not to cause discomfort to other guests. All was quiet during late evening and night.
Located in the village of Portillo, Casa Rural La Enhorcadora offers a tapas bar, a traditional restaurant and charming rooms with free Wi-Fi and views of Portillo Castle. Valladolid is just 14.3 miles away. Each rustic-style room at Casa Rural La Enhorcadora features under-floor heating and a flat-screen TV. The private bathrooms include a shower or spa bath. El Alboroque restaurant serves typical Castillian cuisine, including homemade desserts and fine Ribero del Duero wines. There is also a cosy lounge with an open fireplace and a patio with a BBQ. La Enhorcadora offers easy access to Valladolid, Segovia and Madrid via the nearby A601 Motorway. Segovia is an hour’s drive away, while Madrid is less than 2 hours away.
Pros: Beautiful newer building in an old community. Didn't have opportunity to visit the spa.
Cons: Not really a bad experience, but a short distance from Penafiel.
Enjoy your visit to Penafiel with a stay at Lavida Vino-Spa Hotel. You can visit the spa to indulge in massages, body wraps, or hydrotherapy, and local cuisine is served at Guyot, which is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge and a spa tub are offered, and rooms at this upscale hotel get the details right with premium bedding and pillow menus.
La Casa del Cubón is a charming property located in Aguilafuente. It offers individually decorated rooms, a hot tub, terrace and a restaurant. La Casa del Cubón is a restored farm house, which combines contemporary design with original features such as beamed ceilings, exposed stonework and clay tiles. The individually decorated rooms have air conditioning and a private bathroom. Some rooms have a terrace or balcony. The restaurant serves homemade Spanish cuisine, as well as sandwiches, pizzas and tapas dishes to take away. You can relax in the lounge area, where there is a fireplace and a small library. There is also a patio with a table and chairs. The surrounding countryside is ideal for horse riding, canoeing, hiking and golfing. Other activities include hot-air ballooning and nature walks. The historic town of Segovia and its Roman aqueduct can be reached in 40 minutes by car. Valladolid and Madrid are within 90 minutes’ drive of the Cubón.
Pros: room was air conditioned, though we didn't realise at first. Pleasant meal in the evening and good breakfast made it excellent value for money
Pros: Lovely building and room.
Cons: They advertise a restaurant, but it wasn't open the day I was there, or the following day either. When a restaurant is promised, I expect a restaurant. Open.
Enjoy your visit to Chane with a stay at La Posada de Carmen. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out La Posada de Carmen, which serves local cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. Other highlights at this upscale country house include a terrace and a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
This restored wine cellar is located in Pedrajas de San Esteban, 45 minutes’ drive from Valladolid. It offers rustic, air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi, a TV and a private bathroom. Hostal Camino Real’s restaurant serves traditional Castilian food. There is also a café serving drinks and snacks throughout the day. Staff at reception can provide information about what to see and do in Valladolid’s Tierras Pinares Region. The beautiful cities of Segovia and Salamanca are around 1.5 hours’ drive from Hostal Camino Real.
Located in a small village 8 Km from Cuellar, Tirontillana offers heated rooms with city views and free Wi-Fi. The hotel is 1 hours’ drive from both Segovia, and Valladolid. Featuring rustic décor, rooms come with twin or double beds, a flat-screen TV and an en-suite bathroom with free toiletries. Superior rooms have a 4-posted bed and a hot tub. Some rooms are also completely adapted to the needs of a person using a wheelchair. The restaurant inside the property serves traditional local dishes; and the hotel also boasts a large living and dining room where breakfast is served every day. Other on-site facilities include a common lounge area with a fireplace, a TV, and games room. Staff at reception can provide information about what to see and do in Dehesa.
Pros: It was a good hostal, very clean, beautifull bathrooms, nice garden. It was all very good, but we didn't like Iscar so much, not so much to do for us.
Cons: Iscar is to desperate for us.
Pros: Nice hotel with friendly staff, nice and Clean rooms and good breakfast. All for a very modest price.
Located a 5-minute walk from the centre of Íscar, Hostal San Antonio offers a traditional restaurant, free Wi-Fi and rooms with private bathrooms. Valladolid is just 24.9 miles away. Each functional room at Hostal San Antonio has classic-style décor, with tiled floors and wooden furniture. All rooms include a TV and heating. The San Antonio’s restaurant offers homemade meals, including typical regional dishes. A daily set menu is available at lunchtime. A range of shops, bars and restaurants can be found in the town of Íscar. Just 9.3 miles away you can find the Pinocio adventure park, which offers paintballing, mountain biking and ziplining.