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Situated in Cuevas del Campo, Cueva Romana, Adults Only, Naturist Cave House features free WiFi, and guests can enjoy a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, a shared lounge and a garden. The bed and breakfast offers a continental or buffet breakfast. A barbecue and a terrace are available at Cueva Romana, Adults Only, Naturist. Baza is 36 km from the accommodation, while Quesada is 41 km from the property.
Hotel Rural Los Chaparros offers free Wi-Fi and is located 3 km from Negratín Reservoir. It is a 20-minute drive from Baza and just over an hour’s drive from Granada. All rooms and suites are air conditioned and heated. They come with a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with free toiletries. Suites also have a fridge and a spa bath. The hotel restaurant serves homemade cuisine and offers à la carte and daily set menu options. There is also a bar. Los Chaparros has a tour desk and is within a short drive of Sierra de Baza Nature Reserve. Cerro Jabalcón Mountain and the Cazorla Nature Reserve are also nearby.
Pros: We use this hotel sometimes and the staff are always friendly, it is always clean and the food is always nice.
Cons: Maybe some cereal for breakfast as well as toast would be nice.
Pros: Breakfast, the room, the views, the facilities
Cons: Nothing, everything perfect
Pros: Typical no-nosense roadside hotel, a bit old but the overall quality is ok. The room was a bit cramped because de had 3 beds in our room for 2. Good value for money The hotel serves meals in the restaurant, which is a bonus because the hotel is quite far from other places where you can eat.
Cons: Nothing major to complain about
Pros: You can see that it was once a fantastic hostel that hosted historic events and famous guests.
Cons: The hotel seems dated and the interior like carpets and bathrooms are very old and could need major refurbishments.
Pros: Location goods and breakfast excellent
Cueva Casa Family Caves offers cave accommodation in Freila. The hotel has a seasonal outdoor pool and views of the mountains and Lake Negratín, and guests can enjoy a drink at the snack bar. Free private parking is available on site. The rooms include a TV, while the suites feature a terrace of patio, a seating area, and barbecue facilities. Cazorla is 44 km from Cuevacasa, while Granada is 80 km away. The nearest airport is Granada Airport, 85 km from Cuevacasa.
Pros: Excellent host , very attentive to our needs
Cons: More shade around the pool
Pros: This place is amazing! It is such a preetty experience to sleep in a cueva and these ones are particulary beautiful and comfortable, in a calm and relaxing place with a view on the mountains. Furthermore, Brian and Denise are the friendliest hosts ever, their dogs are adorable, and the food was fresh and delicious (vegetarian-friendly ;) )
Pros: We had a lovely stay at Cueva Casa and the owner and family couldn’t have done enough for us, John had us in stitches and Brian drove us to show us around as we are looking to move to the area. We had great food here, breakfast was a full English on both mornings and because it was winter and quiet we were invited to eat an evening meal with the family. The first night was steak night and the second was a curry night both were lovely however the curry was to die for. We stayed in the large double room which is a great size and the bed is just so comfortable, we slept like babies. The bonus is that we could bring our two little dogs with us and if we were going out we were able to leave them with Denise and Brian to run around with their three. Can’t recommend this cave hotel enough and would highly recommend to friends and family. Jan and Tony
Cons: There was nothing about this property we didn’t like. Jan and Tony.
Pros: Cueva Casa is slightly off the the beaten track, but this does not distract from the experience of staying there. We followed the directions and found the hotel quite easily. If you are a person who is looking for a unique type of hotel, and you are someone who enjoys an evening sitting on a quiet balcony overlooking a beautiful valley watching spectacular sunsets whilst enjoying dinner, then this is for you. We enjoyed an excellent breakfast on the morning of our departure, a perfect start to our ongoing journey. During our stay John, the owner could not do enough for us.
Cons: We found everything to our satisfaction thanks.
Pros: I liked the place alot, this place is somthing else so beautiful view in an old town with history. Very good food they make and sell at the hotel And the cuples that ruins the hotel are realy lovely.