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When you a stay at Salvatierra Rural in Salvatierra de Tormes, you'll be on a lake, just steps from Enchanted Moorish Castle and Salvatierra de Tormes Jail. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Everything generally - have visited before and like to unique environment, the amazing value of room, dinner and breakfast.
Cons: The staff this time spoke virtually NO English - and seemed as a result, a little surly - not what we've experienced in the past.
Pros: We have strayed at this hotel 6 times. Its off the beaten track rural with views of the lake. Food is excellent value for money. Have recommended lots of people to stay here on their travels from Portugal to UK. We were late arriving so missed the evening meal we had booked, we phoned to say we would be late, on arrival the staff offered to cook us something, this was after midnight and was greatly appreciated.
Pros: Lovely view of the lake from the balcony. Nicely decorated and very clean rooms. Friendly staff.
Cons: Total lack of soundproofing - I felt like I had booked a holiday with the people in the adjoining room as I could hear everything going on over there. Also, this might be due to my own incompetence but I couldn’t figure out where the entrance to the hotel’s parking was so I just left the car in the road and it seemed to be ok.
Pros: Very peaceful location with view over to lake.
Cons: Only negative was could hear conversations in adjoining rooms.
Pros: Have stayed several times on way to Santander from Algarve and have always found the hotel welcoming and very relaxing with excellent food at a very good price.
Cons: Nothing. Possibly a bit difficult to find first time.
Pros: The people who work here are proud of the hotel. It was extremely clean, excellent dinner at a rediculous low price : € 10 for a menu. I feld almost ashamed, but the man at the desk laughed and replied this was normal for the area. I will surely plan future trips such that we will stay here again !
Cons: It is a very ancient village. A lot of buildings are ruins. Still they kept to the street pattern from centuries ago. Our car is very low. To get around the edges of the sidewalk and rediculous narrow streets to get to the parking, is difficult. Mucht easier is it to park on the north side and walk to the hotel. If you desperately want to drive to the parking, go along the westside of the church, then it is a lot easier.
Pros: I liked the view of the lake and the peacefulness in the garden. The menu was only 10 euros - good quality and included a nice carafe of wine and a complimentary drink at the end.
Cons: A lot of the properties around were ruins and there was little else in the village
Pros: The view
Pros: Excellent value evening meal for €10. I dont speak Spanish amd the staff dont speak English but had translated the menu for me. Off street parking on site.
Cons: Sound insulation between rooms is poor.
With a stay at La Trocha de Hoyorredondo in Hoyorredondo, you'll be 17.2 mi (27.7 km) from Sierra de Gredos Regional Park and 9.3 mi (15 km) from Castillo de los Dávila. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Every thing
Pros: Beds super comfy. Amazing coffee! Pure rural Spain.
Cons: Towels were very thin!
Pros: The availability and the politeness of the staff. The location is amazing, very quiet!
Villa María is located in the village of Fuentes de Béjar, in Salamanca province. It offers free Wi-Fi and has a terrace-bar as well as a lounge with a fireplace. All rooms at Hotel Villa María are heated and come with a private bathroom. There is also a TV and a telephone in each room. The hotel also runs language courses and has several classrooms that are equipped with books and a DVD player. Fuentes de Béjar is 55 km from Salamanca and is just off the A-66 Motorway, which connects Zamora to Sevilla.
Pros: We had a great stay, beautifully appointed rooms, friendly owners, highly recommended!!
Pros: Warmth and friendliness of Lise (spelling may be wrong!). Rustic charm of the building and room.
Cons: Pre packed croissants were the only slight disappointment, otherwise a very pleasant stay.
Pros: Cozy and charming place. Staff really friendly.
Cons: We just stopped for a night in travel to France. It’s a place to enjoy the region and rural culture. Our fault.
Pros: It was a little gem in a quaint village with lovely local folk who were extremely helpful when we got a little lost looking for the hotel. The hotel was just perfect and the staff were warm and friendly from our arrival to departure. It was oldie worldie but with all mod cons which was just fab. The bed was huge and very comfy and the room was a delight! Loved it!!
Cons: We really enjoyed our short stay and could not fault the hotel in any way!
Pros: Nothing really except yoghurt and jam
Cons: Everything else. All done from a pokey little table. Needs to be a good spread with quality bread and pastries. Coffee nicely done but strange taste.
A stay at Hotel Entredos places you in the heart of Guijuelo, a 1-minute drive from El Torreon and 13 minutes from Salvatierra de Tormes Jail. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and luggage storage. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: Very attractive building, well appointed bedroom and bathroom. Spacious, quiet. Very pleasant staff
Cons: The property was fine - no complaints at all. We were rather disappointed with the town; one end of the main street very neglected - head in the direction of Bejar!
Pros: always good have stayed there before
Pros: Breakfast was fine
Cons: The staff need training in courtesy and basic human relations. When we arrived, we were greeted with a cold "Do you have a reservation?" We had to make six trips in through the front doors to bring in our luggage, and there was no help from the desk, although no one else was there. She held the door for us for trip #5.
Pros: Well situated in a small town on a quiet road. The property is well maintained and there is a sense of quality about the decor. The room came with a huge balcony and more time to enjoy would be great.
Cons: The dining area was a little soul less. The town boasts food tourism and I am sure there was lots of that. The food at the hotel was OK but underwhelming considering what we have enjoyed en route. The food was reasonably priced. Just a little average.
Pros: Clean modern room
Cons: The shower hose did not fit the wall fitting. It had to be hand held
Pros: The suite was very comfortable and well appointed
Cons: Having stayed here previously and enjoyed the breakfast greatly, we were looking forward to the same standard for dinner. Not to be. Dinner was one of the worst meals we have eaten in Spain.Some previous reviews have given this restaurant good reports so do not know what went wrong on our stay
Pros: Rooms were beautiful
Cons: Signage to hotel needs to be better
Pros: Good location, lovely stylish decor, very comfortable, spotlessly clean and a delicious breakfast. Garage available for bike storage. Also very quiet which along with the very comfortable bed made for a good nights sleep
Cons: It would have been good to eat dinner here too but the only meal available is breakfast.
Cons: Evening meal had very limited choice and quite expensive for what it was.
Offering a restaurant serving Castilian cuisine, Albergue Vallejera is located in Vallejera de Riofrío. Offering impressive views, the charming hostel has free Wi-Fi. Each rustic-style room features a shared bathroom with a shower. Towels and bed linen are included. There is a shared kitchen and TV lounge available for guests. Albergue Vallejera is 20 km from Gredos Mountain Range. The surrounding nature is ideal for outdoor activities such as hiking. Salamanca is 30 minutes’ drive from the property.
Pros: Location and owners
Pros: One of the best hotels ive stayed at the people there are just like the scenary there absolutely amazing loved it will surely return soon thanks guys
Pros: Great dinner and fantastic views
Pros: Fireplace was great in the evening. Easy parking. Friendly stuff. Lots of books to look through. Breakfast though very basic was still good to have. Kitchen with electric kettle and stove so you probably can cook there, we only made tea.
Cons: It wasn't possible to take shower for two people at the same time - no pressure so water just stoped. Beddings and towels were not totally dry. Room only has a bunk bed, nothing else so you have to put your things on the floor. It was ok for one night considering the price but I doubt I will choose it again.
Pros: Really nice people, so laid back it was refreshing. The hostel had a relaxed ski chalet feel to it, I loved the easy chairs, bookshelves and games, I'd really like to go back during the ski season, it just felt like a great place to spend the evening at the end of a good day on the piste. I think the Hostel is a gem at a budget price.
Cons: There wasn't anything to dislike. It is what it is, a budget priced hostel offering clean, basic accommodation to the undemanding guest in a friendly, laid back environment. If you want posh and luxury, pay three times more somewhere else.
Pros: The owners were the friendliest, kindest and most accommodating people you could ever hope to meet. Views from the hostel are beautiful. There are great walks nearby for trail runs and hiking.
With a stay at Hotel Torres in Guijuelo, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of El Torreon and Salvatierra de Tormes Jail. Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and luggage storage.
Cons: Most of it
Pros: Recommend place to stay.
Pros: The friendly hosts. Many choices to buy Spanish gourmet food, finest quality pork delicacies.
Pros: Nice room. Right in the centre of town. Warm room
Cons: Not easy to find.
Pros: I didnt like anything about this hotel, very poor
Cons: Location everything