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Located in Hornachuelos, Centro de Naturaleza Cañada Verde is in a provincial park, a 3-minute walk from Sierra de Hornachuelos Natural Park and 15 minutes by foot from Sendero de Las Cruces. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Very nice people.
Cons: Nothing to say.
Pros: Location was great and staff were friendly. The G&Ts were very good!
Cons: I had expected there to be some outdoor activities on offer but we weren't given any information about anything we could join in with.
Pros: The pool, but lounging chairs would have been good instead of wet grass.
Cons: Checkin lady was rude and unhelpful. She gave us a much smaller room than I paid for and would not answer any questions about the restaurant. The shower leaked horribly to the point of flooding the bathroom.
Pros: The swimming pool
Pros: Fantastic location, surrounded by the park of Hornachuelos; friendly stuff, comfortable beds, clean rooms, sublime terrace
Cons: Nothing, just the wifi did not work in our room (only in the restaurant)
Pros: Bed was comfortable, location quiet.
Cons: Water not as hot as you may like for shower. Not easy to locate.
Pros: The hotel was pleasant, it seemed peaceful when I was there but then again it wasn't very busy, the interior had quite a spacious, echoey feel about it so noise might be an issue if there were more people staying. I liked the location and the outlook from my room and was grateful for the safe storage of my bike during my stay.
Cons: I ate at the hotel and was not at all impressed with the evening meal. Breakfast was basic but OK.
Hostal Restaurante El Alamo is located in the Sierra de Hornachuelos Nature Reserve, in Andalucia. It has a swimming pool, and offers spacious rooms and attractive villas with flat-screen TVs. El Alamo has free WiFi and free on-site parking. There is also a sun terrace with loungers. The Alamo Hostal’s restaurant offers typical central Andalusian dishes, including boar and partridge, as well as home-made desserts. There is also a barbecue. All of the accommodation has air conditioning. The villas have 3 bedrooms, lounge and kitchen with dishwasher and microwave. They also have fireplaces. El Alamo Hostal Restaurant is just 40 minutes’ drive from Córdoba, and about one hour from Seville. The area around the hotel is popular for hiking and mountain biking.
Pros: Staff were all brilliant - very friendly and helpful. Room was clean. Great pool. Couldn’t ask for more for the price!
Pros: Easy to find Big rooms Nice restaurant & bar Great swimming pool Fabulous bathroom, shower was huge! Parking outside room Owner was so friendly Breakfast simple but so tasty
Cons: It was perfect
Pros: Everything. Such a lovely Spanish experience.
Pros: Restaurant served great food - recommend dinner on the terrace there if staying in town. Also a nice fresh simple breakfast included in the room cost.
Cons: It's quite a busy place so was a little noisy in the morning.
Pros: Really like the place and the staff were nice, just really disappointed that the pool wasn't open, and we weren't informed before our stay.
Cons: the pool wasn't open
Pros: Very friendly Alexandro amazing and warm welcome xx
Pros: Very tasty, remarkably large so don't over order It was March and cold so can't comment on pool etc
Cons: Room rather dreary and water not very hot By a busy road, but our room was quiet so not a problem
Pros: The family that owns and works at Al Alamo are very friendly and make you feel at home. The bar and restaurant are decorated with hunting trophies. This is hunting country.....the stags, mountain goats and deer were all shot locally, most of them by members of the family. The food is traditionally cooked, the venison was superb, so tender. In the main dining room the chandeliers are made from stag antelers. A very special place to visit.
Cons: The rooms are very basic but spotlessly clean. The comfortable beds gave a good nights sleep. Somehow everything about Al Alamo reminds one of the past and that is just how it should be.