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With a stay at Finca la Herencia in Guadalcanal, you'll be 11.6 mi (18.6 km) from Sanctuaries of Our Lady and 11.8 mi (18.9 km) from San Nicolás Del Puerto Beach. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: We loved our stay here.The hosts were amazing - super warm and welcoming, going out of their way to ensure you have what you need and are having a good stay. We had dinner there one night and it was off the charts good - one of the best meals of our holiday. Highly recommend.
Cons: Only regrets are we couldn't stay longer and we chose to visit in autumn, so didn't get to use the amazing looking pool :)
Pros: Rafael and Yolanda went out of their way to make us feel welcome and to ensure that we enjoyed our stay. Rafael surprised us by welcoming us at the train station right when we arrived. We highly recommend eating breakfast and dinner at the farm because the food was some of the best we’ve had on our trip through Portugal and Spain! The town and surrounding area is beautiful too - be sure to get churros from the small stand in town (Rafael can tell you where to go). We loved our stay!
Pros: It was very cold when we arrived in January but there was a nice fire to sit by after a very nice dinner. My partner has coeliac disease and lactose intolerance but she was well catered for. We really liked the setting, great for the night sky with little or no light pollution. The couple running the place were really nice and very helpful.
Cons: It could have been better if we could have stayed for longer! Nothing bad to say about the place.
Pros: Rafael and Yolanda were fantastic hosts, extremely helpful and friendly. Yolande’s paella was amazing (as was Rafael’s salad). We went horse riding with Rafael which was great fun. Highly recommended.
Pros: Welcoming host. Pretty location, good sized grounds. Spacious room.
Cons: Four poster bed a bit small. Hot water never came through.
Pros: Everything was wonderful, the hosts were very friendly, the food was very good, location near the town, our room with a courtyard was perfect as we had our dog with us....and the weather was perfect too.
Pros: horse riding, the pool, welcoming hosts.
Cons: bed was a little hard.
Pros: This is a perfect place for a family. My five year old daughter was able to explore the property (there is a peacock, cats, hens, dogs and horses), collected eggs from the hens each night, went on a pony ride into town and played with the very friendly dog. There’s also a swimming pool. There was plenty to explore outside of the property as well (a nearby castle, the mines) and the stars were beautiful at night. Very friendly staff who were very attentive. We ate breakfast and dinner on the property each night and the food was delicious. Highly recommend!
Pros: Our host Rafael went out of his way to make our family feel welcome. We arrived on a Monday so everything in town was closed. He offered us his own wine and snacks, made a warm fire and showed us his horses, and other farm animals. He even brought his beautiful white Andalusian stallion out and gave the children a chance to pose for a keepsake photo. That evening Rafael and his wife Yolanda made us a beautiful paella and cucumber salad. In the morning we were treated to fresh laid farm eggs and bacon for breakfast. We joined in the feeding of the chickens too. I wish we could have stayed a week! If people make the place then this place gets 10/10 from us.
Pros: Rafael and Yolanda did all they could to welcome us and make us feel at home. Yolanda made three dinners, one on short notice that were all excellent and authentically de España. Rafael helped with every need, car repair, horseback riding - an amazing horseman - and arranging local tours, meeting local people, really beyond expectation. Great place for families looking to get out in the country with all the comfort a small resort. Will certainly return.
Cons: Too short of a stay! Didn’t find anything we didn’t like.
Located in Llerena, Cortijo de Vega Grande is in a rural location, a 5-minute drive from Town Hall and 5 minutes from Plaza de Espana. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: This is heaven on earth..the most beautiful setting..a hidden gem in the beautiful countryside of Extremadura. Paco is the most friendly an welcoming host ! Thank you so much .
Pros: Understated authenticity, simple and stylish. Real Spanish working Cortijo. Charming and informative host. Harris the Eagle!!
Cons: Breakfast selection.
Pros: Very nice Cortijo, quiet and with simple and beautiful decoration. A special welcome to the children was very much appreciated.
Pros: Best location if you love countryside of Spain with very nice small villages in a quiet area. We feel very welcome and the owners Paco and Ana makes our stay perfect! The house (Hacienda) is very tasteful with a beautiful swimmingpool Location just 1.5 hour from Sevilla Gracias!
Pros: Bed was excellent. Very spacious room and bathroom
Pros: We arrived to be greeted warmly by Paco & his wife Anna, we felt like a member of the family returning home. As we entered the courtyard we were pleasantly surprised at the surroundings but when we entered the house we were amazed. Paco showed us the delightful lounge which had a wonderful ambience, gorgeous views of the surrounding countryside & very comfortable seating. We were then shown to our room, the bedrooms have been individually designed & modernised but retain their charm & old worldliness. The hotel which was previously a farmhouse & Paco's childhood home has been lovingly restored in keeping with it's past but modernised enough to make it a very comfortable hotel. We took advantage of the hotel's dining room for our evening meal which was lovely, prepared & cooked by Anna, with red wine to accompany. Unfortunately we had to be on our way very early the next morning & could not partake of breakfast but Paco & Anna left fruit, biscuits & cake for us in the dining room. We only wished the weather had been better so we could have enjoyed a walk in the immediate countryside.
Pros: The ambience of the Cortijo and its furnishings and the attentive care from the owners, who speak perfect English and could not do enough to please.
With a stay at Hospedería Mirador de Llerena in Llerena, you'll be just steps from Town Hall and Plaza de Espana. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and an elevator (lift). This hotel has 2 meeting rooms available for events. Limited parking is available onsite.
Pros: Noise surroundings. Shooting drunk people till 5am. Parking is good.
Cons: Breakfast was very poor. This is not what you might expect in a 4 star hotel. Even 3 stars was overated. No restaurants in the direct area of the city. No tapas bars or whats so ever. Most terraces we staked. We had better Spanish hotels for less money.
Pros: Comfortable rooms and bathrooms in modern extension to a grand old Spanish Villa. Great location just off the main square but easy free public parking nearby. Very good and good value set menu (lunch and dinner) in the modern restaurant but most of the public rooms are in the old part of the hotel. Continental breakfast without a buffet,, but not expensive. Good quality v price - part of the Hospederia small chain which are like Paradors but run by the Extremaduran Government and better value. We really liked Llerena - birthplace of Zubaran (see his scuplture outside the cathedral and a passion painting in the top right chapel) with lovely buildings and we seemed to be the only tourists in March. The library is a beautifully converted church - one of the best in Spain, as we were told by the helpful lady in the tourist office.
Pros: I was attracted to this hotel by the description of it being a beautiful Art Deco palace. There is an Art Deco big house there somewhere...but not much of it remains. I had a room in the new part of the hotel. Big well appointed room, great bathroom with all amenities. God bed, but somehow I never found the advertised pillows...? Did I have to go get them.? Nice place, friendly staff. Very clean and accessible. Well located.
Cons: One of the reviews spoke of an excellent restaurant. I was looking forward to that. They must have stayed somewhere else. The restaurant was closed... the banquet hall was open and used for this purpose. In the end it was maybe 5 small tables with 8 people eating in a big space. Uncomfortable. The meal was so bad, I actually complained about it to the hotel upon check-out and was refunded the cost, which was definitely too high anyhow. A disappointment.
Pros: The staff were absolutely lovely; very welcoming & extremely helpful. The receptionist found me a different pillow with good grace, the waitress at breakfast time was charming & the man at checkout full of enthusiasm for the beautiful town of Llerena. Beds comfortable, room quiet. The views from the Mirador at the top of the building were stunning.
Pros: Good location
Cons: Dated and poor breakfast with poor service
Pros: The bed was big and the room was a great size.
Cons: The food was very average.
Pros: A very gracious and gorgeous Hotel with first class service. The restaurant has a prix fixe lunch or dinner for only 15 euros - excellent value.
Pros: Very friendly and helpful reception desk
Cons: The pool area was a bit of an eyesore,even though the pool was out of use it would be easier on the eye to drain the dirty green water also the bathroom could do with freshening up. Food was only average.
Pros: Nice building facade; good for dogs, bowl and bed provided, nice touch.
Cons: Limited bar; breakfast poor; bathroom old and tired. Very expensive for what it was.
Pros: A beautiful place. The car park was just around the back and accessible from the hotel.
With a stay at Casa Rural el Águila in Montemolin, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Museum of Jamon Iberico and Municipal Pool. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services and an elevator (lift).
Pros: This place and its Owner are amazing. All facilities top notch. The décor is so pretty and attractive, in very good taste. Very quiet and spotless room. Breakfast very good. The pool and pool area is one thing I could take with me as a souvenir of a fabulous stay. We were also offered bathrobes for after our swim. The owner helps in every way possible and is extremely charming. Eateries close by reachable on foot.
Cons: Nothing to a finger at.
Pros: Kindness of Maria the woman that attended me. And cleanliness. Quietness. Very calm and off the road
Cons: No private parking. Though the owner says is very safe to leave car outside
Pros: A beautiful historic building has been restored and modernised extremely well an D doubtless at great cost and that made it a delight to visit. It is elegant, spacious and a lovely reflection of te Moorish history of the town.
Cons: More fresh fruit at breakfast would be nice.
Pros: The gentleman owner did his best to make our stay as special as possible by bringing treats out to the pool and terrace. The 'honesty' bar was handy.
Cons: We booked the Superior Room which wasn't very....'superior'. You would struggle to describe it as having the advertised balcony. It was more of open doors onto a rail, and road and housing opposite. The room did not have a hairdryer or minibar and was a bit on the small side. Lunch and evening meal we understood were only provided on advanced request, and parking was on the road outside (€4.50 charge for eggs at breakfast!) All in all, we had the impression of a quirky guesthouse rather than a 4* hotel. Nice village but not a huge amount there other than a few bars which in fairness, were very hospitable, and thankfully served food.
Pros: The swimming pool
Cons: Breakfast more than poor
Pros: good casa, safe place bicycle, garden, good Spanish breakfast. Pity I coul not stay longer. very helpful Maria
Cons: no wifi in my casa, if I were the owner I would buy few lying chairs in garden to really relax
Pros: Lovely hotel! Our room was spacious and luxurious. It was cool and welcoming. We were given a delicious breakfast and loved our stay in Montemolin. We felt very spoiled by our room. It was delightful!!
Cons: Nothing to dislike!!
Pros: Very friendly and personal host and relaxing atmosphere
Pros: This is my third visit to this place (previous visits 2014 and 2015). I think there is new people running the place, but its still brilliant. See you next year and thanks for the hospitality :-)
Pros: The staff were incredibly lovely and the location is fantastic.
Cons: It's so noisy! I could not sleep for noise from the bar, through the walls from next door, upstairs...the bathroom was also pretty smelly and the room tiny. Perhaps double rooms upstairs are better but I did not find the single to be good value.
Pros: Very nice staff in the restaurant.
Pros: Bed was comfy, room was clean and everything worked well.
Cons: Didn't find the staff very friendly or helpful, would even say the woman that served my was quite moody. They spoke no english at all. I understand it was rural spain, but they just seemed to be annoyed at the miscommunication, a basic level of understanding would of been helpful, especially as it's listed as hostel rather then hotel, where in my experience there is usually more of an effort with travellers. Didn't even show me the room, just handed me key. Took me a while to find it, walking around a place I had no clue of, as the room I had was not labelled and a bit tucked away.
Pros: Central location and facilities
Cons: You have to accept that being in the centre of town you may hear the church clock chime through the night.
With a stay at Isur Llerena in Llerena, you'll be within a 10-minute walk of Town Hall and Historic Museum of Llerena. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: Easy to find
Cons: Cafe was very smoky
Pros: Spacious, well designed room. Very comfy mattresses. Quiet. Everything worked. Excellent value.
Cons: Gap between shower partition and bath meant floor got flooded.
Pros: Clean, basic room, we got "what it said on the tin"
Cons: Restaurant was disappointing
Pros: the staff were very helpful. room excellent breakfast ex
Cons: there should be more lounge space
Pros: Easy to find
Cons: Bed was hard. No minibar.
When you stay at Hostal Restaurante Campo Abierto in Valencia de las Torres, you'll be 7 minutes by car from Púlpito del Diablo. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: All I can say is that a large bottle of water, supper (consisting of a large salad, special cut of pork and chips, a bottle of wine, and several after dinner brandies with a local and the host, who had a coffee,) and breakfast, cost the grand total of 73 Euro. It would have been 57 had I booked a single.
Pros: Lovely large room and bathroom with both a bath/shower and seperate wet room shower. Good food, all in all brilliant value for money.
Pros: The host was friendly and the place was comfortable and clean.