Cons: The evening meal and especially the breakfast were not to our standards. Breakfast was very basic and needs lots of improvement so does the evening diner which we took. We were expecting some Spanish ...
Pros: Very good location just 15 mins from the main north south motorway. Food on offer was simple but good quality, and the welcome was very good.
Cons: Nothing really.
Pros: Overnight stay. Beds exceedingly comfortable. Home cooked food an added bonus.
Cons: Tea and coffee making facilities in room would have been nice.
Pros: quiet, nice playground for children, safe town
Pros: It was a real beautiful and pleasant hotel. The support was totally friendly and welcome. I can totally recommend this hotel for a stay in that region.
Pros: We strongly recommend this place. Interior and the house itself is in Spanish style. There are enough parking space and large territory. Room was spacious, Wi-Fi signal is good. Staff is really ...
Cons: Not enough pillows for our taste.
Pros: Personnel was perfect and selection of food was amazing
Pros: All of it !!
Pros: Very friendly owners! Excellent breakfast. Restaurant within walking distance.
Cons: Rooms were a little noisy.
Pros: There was very little not to like about this place: tastefully decorated and well-fitted out,, pleasant farm-like surroundings, wonderful patrons, a large room, a comfy bed, warm (when necessary), an ...
Cons: Hardly a thing - but just in passing: a shelf in the shower recess would be helpful. As in most places the insulation can leave much to be desired, and just note there is no TV in the room.
Los Laureles Casa Rural offers charming rooms with air conditioning and private bathrooms in the small town of Urda. Surrounded by gardens and fruit trees, the house features free Wi-Fi throughout. Each heated room offers a private bathroom and is cleaned daily. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all available upon request and dishes are made with fresh produce from the surrounding farm and orchards. Guests can relax in the gardens at Los Laureles, and there is also a jacuzzi and steam room (closed in summer). In summer guests have access to an outdoor pool. There are pony rides for children and the house offers free bicycle rental. The imperial city of Toledo is 37.3 miles away with many beautiful monuments, including its cathedral. Consuegra, with its medieval Guadalerzas Castle and its windmills, is 6.2 miles away. Tablas de Daimiel Nature Reserve is 1 hour's drive away. Both Cabañeros National Park and Ruidera Lakes can be reached in a 1.5-hour drive.
Cons: Furniture in our room was lovely, however of it was a little tired.
Pros: Dedicated staff, good and clean facilities, complete feeling of relax
Cons: Restaurant is good but pricey, as well as massages and spa. Everything is very good, but the price is above average
Pros: Nice place if you want to get away from EVERYTHING!
Cons: For our taste, we found the hotel a little too remote. It was mid-week, so there was almost no one around. However, the staff made a nice attempt to get everything arranged for us.
Pros: Our second stay, just as wonderful as the first stay. Staff very friendly. This time the food was so much better (our mains were poor last time), improved menu, vastly superior cooking. Try the Pulpo...
Pros: The location is stunningly beautiful. the hotel is family run and the staff were lovely. The modern rooms are extremely comfortable and the view from the balcony across the olive groves to the ...
Cons: For us nothing.
Pros: Clean, modern hotel in a part of Spain not often visited.
Cons: In a part of Spain not often visited. Location was a bit remote if you are using this as an in transit stop over, or even as a base to visit Toledo. Restaurant had little custom and so has a very ...
Pros: Very comfortable Staff very friendly. Very good food good for people who are gluten intolerant.
Cons: Everything very positive
Pros: Beds & facilities very comfortable
Cons: Lacking atmosphere..
Pros: Room very comfortable. Good spacious wardrobe. Food was excellent Quiet location Friendly helpful staff
Cons: Many of the patio chairs for bar/cafeteria were broken and in need of replacing. The shower screen had no seal to the bath & therefore leaked. No cushions available for plastic sun beds. ...
The headlines of this charming hotel promotional brochure “ Vida Nazules “ means Life Nazules. It’s a claim of life in the midst of this sea of olive trees. A building of stone and glass in the windows, authentic transparent walls which in fact defying The Castilla la Mancha architecture.
Enjoying in Villa Nazules is secured because his beautiful landscape, the restaurant is a merge of traditional Castillian food and Eastern influence , and the singular spa Water & Light with plenty of mud treatments, seaweed and salts from the Dead Sea or wine therapy. A walk along the paths seeing partridges and oil in the is a must. And also unique is his stud at the San Jose Equestrian Club.
Pros: Difficult to find but once I called the owner he met us at an agreed location and guided us to the bodega !!! Owner gave us a tour of the bodega !! Great kitchen with coffee and toast and muffins ...
Cons: Nothing...it was great and we will return again !!!
Pros: Owners were very helpful.They gave us a good recommendation for evening meal.The house is very interesting.
Cons: The doors need their hinges oiling.Sharing the house (which we were not) could be very noisy.
Pros: Helpfull staff good facilities
Pros: Having a bath.
Cons: Didn't realise we would have to make our own breakfast. Owner was not available to talk to .
Cons: Wifi connection a bit iffy in the room I had.
Pros: Situated in the village centre, Fabian most helpful and friendly and spoke good English.
Cons: When we attempted to walk the dogs at 7am in the morning we found we were locked in the hotel and there was no staff on the premises and there was no other means of exiting the building. This in our ...