Pros: Owners were very friendly and exceptionally knowledgeable about the area.
Pros: Jesus and Loli were charming hosts who made us feel so welcome, and went to so much trouble to make our stay so memorable. It was a wonderful house, a real piece of history, furnished in the style of ...
Cons: It was perfect!
Pros: Very central location linked to the history of the area. Easy access by foot to local restaurants. Swimming pool. Safe parking. Very nice hosts.
Cons: No complaints!
Pros: Perfect hosts. Jesus is a charming man who knows a lot about the environment and especially the mining history of Riotinto.
Cons: The weather was the worsest in years. We had lots and lots of rain. But that didn't stop us from enjoying our stay at Riotinto and the Victorian house.
Pros: The owner came to my bus stop to bring me to the casa rural, really nice attitude ! The whole hostel was nice, very clean, with a nice old touch everywhere. The bedroom was spacious, clean, with large...
Pros: The hospitality and helpfulness of the owners, nothing was too much trouble.
Pros: Loli and Jesus are wonderful and gave us a very very warm welcome. Very pleasant stay in their lovely house. If you go to Rio Tinto you definitely need to stay there!
Pros: Very friendly and helpful hosts. Nice swimming pool. Quiet area. Very clean.
Pros: The quality of the hospitality, the historic location, the pool.
Pros: Fabulous breakfast with great choice. Friendliness of the proprietors and the local information supplied. The ambience of the property both inside and out. A bbq is available for guest use which we ...
Cons: The property is located 1.75km off the main road along a rough track (but the drive is definitely worthwhile).
Pros: Silvia was such a fantastic host, we had the best time! Breakfast was Yum!
Cons: Take some insect repellent :)
Pros: The location was just bliss! Gorgeous gardens, lovely rooms, accommodating hosts. A most relaxing place to while away a few days. We were very sad to leave.
Pros: Set in a very beautiful location, lots of birds and flowers. Sylvia was very helpfully and had lots of local information and recommendations. Would be great for families and large groups.
Cons: The road going down to the property was in a pretty bad condition, so had to take it very slow in our hire car. The internet was slow due to the remote location (less than one 1mbps), normally I'd...
Pros: Great place off the beaten track. Amazing breakfast and very helpful owners.
Cons: It is a long country lane to get there, which for some adds to the enjoyment.
Pros: Down a long unmade track to find this delightful old traditional Spanish villa surrounded by empty countryside. Fully renovated with much taste. Exquisitely furnished and presented by the very ...
Pros: Very friendly and helpful host. Great little house that gave us good comfort. Supermarket nearby.
Cons: Location is not great, the house is private and isolated enough but Niebla doesn't seem to have much going for it.
Pros: It is a beautiful cottage and a big family/party could do well here. We stayed only for one night so cant say much about it. It was very quite there and peaceful. If you go prepared here, it is a ...
Cons: On the ground floor there is only one bath and one toilet for 3 bedrooms. We were the only couple there so it did not make a difference for us. Also there was no drinking water / shampoos / ...
Pros: An excellent place for a family holiday- plenty of activities for children around the finca. The only village in Spain with a complete moorish wall around the remains of a castle.
Cons: We did not have a car. It is self-catering, not bed and breakfast as listed on the booking.com website.
Pros: Lovely house with lots of terraces and outdoor eating spaces. great games room!
Pros: welcoming staff, helpful and kind. handy for cafe/bar but not much food availabiliy
Pros: The staff were friendly and helpful.
Cons: Food choice: Breakfast only consisted of bread and preserves. Bar tapas range was very limited and there is nowhere else to go without exploring.
Hotel Montearoma is a great choice for a stay in Valverde del Camino. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out the restaurant, and the bar/lounge is the perfect spot to grab a drink at the end of the day. All rooms offer balconies, 24-hour room service, and flat-screen TVs.
Pros: The property was conveniently situated near the town centre. It had good wifi and the staff were friendly.
Pros: The room was small but comfortable and the staff were helpful. Although the receptionist did not speak English we managed to communicate and she even gave us the keys to the garage to store our ...
Cons: Not a lot going on in the town in March/April. Hardly anywhere to eat, but it is a small place!
Pros: Modern decor and furnishings although shower arrangement in the red arty bathroom meant I got a lot of water on the floor.
Cons: There are other hotels in the area that cost less and often include breakfast. Hotel was on the south side of town outside the more historic area.
Pros: The owner and son, Adan, were very friendly. The dinner was tasty. Breakfast was adequate. It is a great stopover hotel for a tour to Rio Tinto and photo shooting.
Pros: We went to visit the Rio Tinto mines and the hotel was about 10 mins drive away. Parking in the street was available just outside of the hotel. The visit to the mines is well worthwhile. Start at...
Cons: I did know that the property did not have a lift - however, I was not aware that there were more than 20 steps up to the first floor bedrooms. People with mobility problems should not book into this ...
Pros: Comfortable but a little dated Hotel. The owner was a very interesting man who we enjoyed talking with. An ideally located Hotel for visiting the Rio Tinto mining museum and area.
Cons: A bit dark and gloomy particularly in the entrance, bar area. Poor selection of restaurant's around. No Hotel parking but ok on the street outside.
Pros: I found that the hotel was in the area that we wished to visit and it did that job .
Cons: The heating could have been better and it could do with some updating but was a very friendly place to visit.
Pros: Pleasant staff and a good continental breakfast with good coffee.
Cons: The hotel rooms were cold on arrival as were the bar and lounge areas.In the evening the dining room was also cold so it was an early night!
Pros: Location, 2 min walk to lovely square with food and drink, museum and tourist office
Cons: Parking is hit and miss we hit
Pros: Nice comfortable room with very large bed. Had a very nice meal in the hotel and the landlord sings karaoke very well!! Super fast wifi.
Cons: Nerva has a one way traffic system... A friendly local stopped us and told us to follow him to the hotel, nice people :)
Pros: Spare bedding in wardrobe. Location excellent for the museum.
Cons: Unable to get food in the evening.
Pros: Ideally situated for visiting the local attractions such as the Rio Tinto mining museum. Comfortable, air conditioned room with a small but usable bathroom.
Cons: Breakfast was a little confusing, took a few moments to work out what to do - it's very popular with locals for breakfast.
Pros: Good internet. Nice bar, many people having a coffee or a beer, depending on time of day, nice atmosphere. Next to Mining Museum, very handy.
Cons: Nobody informed us that breakfast was included in the price!!
Pros: A comfortable and clean hotel with air conditioned rooms. Very close to the mining museum. Bar/restaurant reasonably priced and with a nice shady terrace. Not luxurious, but perfectly adequate, ...
Pros: Tired hotel but the staff were helpful and kind, particularly the Night manager / receptionist who provided us great assistance above and beyond any expectation. We were very grateful for his help...