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Located in El Toboso, Casa de la Torre Hospederia is within a 5-minute walk of San Antonio Abad Parish and Cervantino Museum. Limited parking is available onsite.
Pros: amazing 400 year old private home turned into a b&b....absolutely impeccable.
Cons: not a thing. all was great!
Pros: The owners are extremely kind and helpful.
Pros: We loved this hotel, structure built in the XVI century. The owner and staff are super professional, courteous, friendly, pleasant. It has many different areas decorated with antiques and items related to Cervantes and the Don Quijote novel. Location is great also. We certainly enjoyed our stay and would recommend it highly to anyone traveling to El Toboso, Spain.
Cons: We loved this property and its staff.
Pros: Isabel and Rachele are marvelous! They made my stay extra special and the breakfast Antonio prepared was by far the best I had in all of Spain, even my husband said so ( I need that tomato paste with olive oil recipe- so simple yet so flavorful). The ladies were truly wonderful, words can not express my deep felt gratitude for them. I got a great tour of Cervates' Don Quixote's reading as they pertained to his lady love, Dulcinea, on the eve of my birthday! This place is where you need to come for a trip to El Toboso!!! Everything from the location, to the lovely rooms and the house itself is beyond words- magical. Highly recommend for friendliness, cleanliness, staff suggestions, and overall atmosphere, you won't regret it. I will definitely return!
Pros: It is the best hotel ever. They treated us as best friends. We highly recommend it to anyone who loves Spain and Cervantes. The breakfast was exceptional! The room was very comfortable! The owner Isabel and the staff were extremely nice and helpful!
Pros: Great continental breakfast with a very good choice of meats. Antonio made great efforts to compensate for our total lack of Spanish by trying very hard with his English! The location was good just a short walk from the bus stop and easy walking distance to restaurants, bars and the church. Charging devices was easy, having remembered our adaptors and current was satisfactory to mean that sufficient charge was made after a reasonable period of time.
Cons: Bathroom was a bit tired and could do with a refurb although the water prressure was good so the quality of the shower was fine even though it was effectively in a small, square enclosure. Better quality toiletries would have been nice as would more generous sized bath towels.
Pros: An exceptional place to stay. A historic home, beautifully and very carefully restored. Our room had a modern bathroom, but a lovely 600-year-old bed, antique embroidered linens, and old wooden shutters and hardware. Isabel (who only speaks Spanish) and Raquele (who speaks very good English) are happy to tell you about the house, the town, and what to do in the Don Quixote lands. Lovely breakfast (with sweets and savories) in the morning. You can park on the street right in front of the inn, and walk to all the sights in El Toboso. The famous windmills are a 15-minute drive. Ideal base to explore the region.
Cons: There was construction across the street so workers woke us early with noise. However, that is hardly the inn’s fault!
Pros: Links with Cervantes and authentic period decor. Excellent renovation charming ambiance of an old building. Attentive and helpful reception.
Pros: The charming atmosphere of the beautifully renovated 16th century house and patio . Delightful hosts , who are really invested in cultural tourism , knowing so much about Cervantes and his life and writing . A delicious breakfast . A wonderful view over the beautiful church , and hearing the bells in the village pealing !
Cons: The pillow on the bed , was a little high .
Pros: This place is an absolute gem with lovely people. They actually got up at 5am so we could have breakfast and leave early before the heat became too much. We will return. It's a wonderful, magical place!!
Set in the main square of Villa de de Don Fadrique, this rustic-style property is located on the Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage Route. Casa Rural El Rincon del Infante offers rooms with free Wi-Fi. Heated rooms feature dark wooden furnishings, ceiling beams and air conditioning. Some have private bathrooms, while others share a bathroom. Casa Rural El Rincon del Infante features a charming interior patio, a lounge area and a shared guest kitchen. There is a tapas restaurant just 20 metres from the property, and there are shops in the main square. Both Toledo and Madrid can be reached in a 75-minute drive. El Rincon del Infante house is easily accessible via the A-4 Motorway. The country house's location is the starting point of different Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage Routes, such as Camino del Sur-Este, Camino de Levante and Camino de la Santa Cruz.
Pros: Owner was very nice and helpful and provided me with all the necessary information I could need. The room was big, clean and cozy. The price included a large breakfast and even some snacks for later, and also a laundry (which is very useful for Camino de Santiago pilgrim!)
Pros: Lovely ,full of period charm
Cons: Shower could do with some attention
Set in El Toboso, Hostal Restaurante Dulcinea de El Toboso features a garden, bar, shared lounge, and free WiFi. Featuring ticket service, this property also has a restaurant and a terrace. The accommodation offers nightclub and a tour desk. At the guest house, every room has a desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. The units at Hostal Dulcinea feature air conditioning and a wardrobe. Guests at the accommodation can enjoy a continental breakfast. Cycling is among the activities that guests can enjoy near Hostal Restaurante Dulcinea de El Toboso. Alcazar de San Juan is 29 km from the guest house, while Belmonte is 34 km away.
Pros: Expected a basic hotel experience as it was difficult to make contact and pre-book a table for evening meal-it would be a Sunday evening arrival (hotel restaurants often closed on Sunday evening in our experience) and it was also Mothers day so imagined availability problems-despite photos of large dining room. We did eventually book table, hotel was really noisy on arrival-there were lots of families for mothers day- but quietened later- meal was excellent, price/value excellent, waiter service very supportive of our needs- they were clearly overstretched- but all really good. Excellent stop over en-route to Cordoba.Parking right in front of hotel on main street was ok. Bedroom/bathroom was traditional Spanish and most acceptable
Cons: First visual impressions of outside of hotel were not good. Pillow was really hard bolster style- not good for us. Breakfast menu limited.. but overall would highly recommend- really interesting experience due mainly to staff
Pros: Small town, local feel. Friendly and helpful. Good food.
Pros: a nice large room with a nice soft bed a large bathroom there is a nice dining room serving lots of local dishes (the waiter speaks good English and explained the dishes to us as a lot of them were in a local language) and very reasonable free parking out side the front of the hotel
Cons: breakfast was only one half of a small cold toasted beget with cold tomato straight out of the fridge and one cup of coffee
Pros: Decent for the price.
Cons: Some issues with the heating. Staff was kind to fix it; still difficult to heat room up. Having to travel down the road for a poor breakfast.
Set in converted towers on the plains of La Mancha, this hotel is midway between Madrid and Albacete. It offers easy access to the AP-36 Motorway, free parking and free Wi-Fi. El Torreon del Miguelete is located in the town of Miguel Esteban, and is 2 km from Los Charcones Bird Sanctuary. All air-conditioned rooms at the Torreon come with a private balcony. There is a TV, and a private bathroom with a bath and shower. The hotel’s rustic restaurant serves regional dishes, and has a conservatory-style terrace. There is also a bar, where guests can relax.
Pros: overall stay was good friendly staff
Cons: shower unit was damaged and broken it had to be held during showering process
Pros: Staff are very friendly and helpful. Hotel needs a little modernisation in bathrooms but rooms are clean and beds comfy. No breakfast but they will accommodate any requests where possible.
Pros: The staff were incredibly friendly and the dinner was very good
Cons: The pillow unfortunately
Pros: Excellent tapas. Basic but clean and welcoming. Plenty parking. Easy to find.
Pros: The wild west bar
Cons: John snoring
Pros: We only used the hotel as a sleep stopover on a long journey, it was perfect for that
Pros: All the staff were kind and helpful,Good food and a pleasant bar. Thank you again for making us welcome Owen and Ann Smith
Pros: Nice breakfast