Pros: Great proprietors with a wealth of information. House very cosy and quaint. Xavier is a great cook meaning dinner was scrumptious. Breakfast also very nice. A lovely place to stay.
Pros: My wife and I when travelling search out quaint and old properties. Casa Rural meet all these requirements as it is a quaint small hotel in a very small village, our host told us that in the winter ...
Cons: When we booked this accommodation it was with the understanding we would be arriving between one and two o'clock. On the day before on the Sunday we received a telephone call from the owner saying...
Pros: Any traveller who is tired of sterile, anonymous hotels, which lack character, should try this experience - and a stay here is an experience! Javier and Malu have a delightful 17th century rural ...
Pros: Everything! Very special magical place with excellent hosts! We had an amazing time! Mind blowing.
Pros: This is a sumptuous, quirky and quintessential guest house set in the heart of the wee village, Valeria. As previous reviewers have said, the owners of this place are extremely helpful, amiable, and ...
Cons: A point always to remember for us tea~loving brits there is no kettle in the room, take a wee beer at the bar instead!
Pros: Lovely old building, great large room with private bathroom, the owners of the property couldn't do enough for you and were very friendly, if you choose to eat dinner at the property you are ...
Pros: The peace and quiet. The friendliness and helpfulness of the proprietors. The atmosphere of the old building.
Pros: We arrived very late, but the host was waiting for us and even upgraded our room. He also provided us with ice and glasses for our bottle of wine. Told us all about the history of the region over ...
Pros: The setting is stunning and the bedrooms are nicely furnished.
Cons: The communal areas lack a bit of atmosphere and there are no fitness facilities.
Pros: Beautiful setting and a very peaceful place to stay. Staff were very friendly and everything was kept really clean
Cons: Food on offer let's it down. Feel like they are trying to be creative when they should just stick to simple. For the price, I thought the food was poor.
Pros: It was majestic and surreal
Cons: Everything was perfect
Cons: Mattresses need replacing !
Pros: An amazing experience! The hotel/castle is so tastefully and comfortably restored with attention to every detail. I felt like royalty.
Cons: Nothing but the weather.
Pros: The location and the brilliant staff combined to make our stay a memorable occasion. We have stayed in many Parador Hotels and we have yet to discover one below par.
Cons: The size of the castle limited the size of the rooms but this was a very minor dislike.
Pros: Its location and history
Cons: Not really up to the standard I expect from from Paradors
Pros: This was by far one of my favorite places to stay, and I have stayed in quite a few castle hotels! The rooms are just amazing. A perfect mix of modern amenities set behind the backdrop of the medieval...
Cons: There was a bit of a mix up with booking, I had cancelled rooms as we went from four to three people and they were talking about charging us twice, but it was worked out as it seemed to be a ...
Pros: Castle is cool, and walking the grounds, and up on the walls was awesome. Breakfast was good as well.
Cons: Be careful when booking. we booked two rooms and planned on having one couple per room. But when we got there, apparently we had only booked one person per room, and so they had to cancel the rates ...
Pros: We love Paradors and this was one of the smallest and nicest so far. Lovely little village too. Parking was close enough although not run by the hotel. Food was superb. Service excellent. Views ...
Cons: A little picky I know - but the grout in the bath could with a scrub - nothing else to complain about!
When visiting Alarcon, Parador de Alarcón is a great choice to consider. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Rooms at this upscale hotel offer minibars, room service, and free WiFi.
Pros: beds comfy, easy disability access. cheap but varied food 24hrs. easy access to main routes
Cons: cheaper rooms looked out on to a tiny courtyard and windows of other bedrooms, paid extra for a room with a balcony.
Pros: lovely location. nicely decorated and friendly staff
Cons: Lights not great in room and air conditioning not working or no instructions to work with. Mostly the lighting is too dark and was too warm for this time of the year.
Pros: The location and food were very good
Pros: Stop over every year on route to Santander excellent point in journey
Cons: Nothing to complain about
Pros: We travel with our dog and have stayed at Hotel Moya a number of times. Although the hotel is located just off the motorway, above and behind a 24hr service area, the rooms are quiet and excellent. ...
Cons: A/C. Did not work. Try to explain to reception, to no avail. All she kept on saying was to put the door key in the slot in the room for it to work. At 20.00 hrs the out side temp was 31c I took a ...
Pros: Everything was wonderful, staff were brilliant, all was great. Wonderful food.
Cons: Our room was a little dark, could have done with a bit more light, but that is me being picky, but we will definitely be going back.
Pros: It was clean and modernized much more than I expected. Hey fruit market was available outdoors which was great for the road trip. The staff spoke minimal English but we got buy. They were very ...
Cons: I wish it was closer to Cuenca.
Pros: Comfortable bed and good facilities. Excellent restaurant with good cheap meal.
Pros: Room clean and bed comfortable
Cons: Only restaurant available which was constantly over run with large groups of children. We had asked to be booked into the hotel restaurant to be told when we came down they had decided to close it. ...
Enjoy your visit to Honrubia with a stay at Hotel Restaurante Moya. 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. There's also a terrace, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and premium bedding.
Pros: near to the road, it is good for a one day stay
Cons: our receptionist doesn't speak a word in english (or german, or something) breakfast was useless in the bathroom always were bugs. It was not because of the bad cleaning, but it was annoying
Pros: Spacious (price/quality ) room in the motel separate form restaurant. Good place bicycle.
Cons: It is a pity that if for quite a time nobody slept in the room, staff doesn t give the room a quick check. Because in the mean time on the bathroom floor a dozen dead corpses of beetles
Pros: The man running the hotel/restaurant was actually very kind, despite being spread a bit thin between the restaurant and the hotel. Handy to have a restaurant downstairs (open till midnight) and ...
Cons: Once I got someone's attention and got shown to a room the rest was fine, really. The place isn't the cheeriest, but the bed was comfortable and the facilities fine.
Cons: 3 attempts to find us a useable room, still needed towels fetching and bedlinen was very poor, but clean. hotel more or less empty. We were given poor quality food ahead (at their request) of their ...
Pros: The staff were very friendly. The restaurant is very good for dinner but the breakfast is not great. The location is not too far from the motorway and there is secure locked parking.
Cons: We had booked half board which wasn't noted by the evening staff but were inadvertently given the A La Carte to choose from. When the mistake was realised after the meal we were to be charged the ...
Pros: motel style room at back very comfortable and spacious
Cons: food was not good and waiter surly. very hard to find as similar named hotel other end of town
Pros: the location
Hotel Setos is a great choice for a stay in Motilla del Palancar. Free perks include WiFi and self parking.
Quinta la Zarzamora is located in the Castilian village of Valera de Arriba, 20.5 miles from Cuenca. It offers rustic accommodation with free Wi-Fi and a fireplace. A daily breakfast is served using local produce in the Quinta de Malú restaurant next door. The restaurant also offers traditional Castilian food. Guests have free access to 2 local outdoor pools during the summer months. Quinta la Zarzamora is 15 minutes’ drive from the Alarcón Reservoir, which features an artificial beach where you can go windsurfing, fishing or swimming.
Take in the views from the rooftop terrace when you stay at Hotel Palacio Villa de Alarcón. Guests can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant and visit the spa to be pampered with hot stone massages, body wraps, or body scrubs. There's an outdoor pool and a bar/lounge, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer minibars and room service.