Pros: Modern facilities in a mediaeval building full of character as is the rest of the village. We received a warm welcome and the room was spotless.
Cons: The location in the middle of the village was noisy and there was a lot of noise within the hotel from other rooms and the bar below. Nothing a pair of ear plugs can't sort!
Pros: A wonderful location. One block from El Escorial and right in the heart of San Lorenzo de El Escorial. Our room was comfortable and quiet.
Pros: Really nice rooms with central location.
Cons: Heating is not great for winter time, but only the bathroom was actually cold.
Pros: This was the cleanest place we have stayed and the people could not have been sweeter. Great facility for the money in a lovely town.
Cons: We weren't told about breakfast and it wasn't open when we went out.
Pros: Vicenta the hostess is wonderful and the rooms are clean and have everything you need. The location is great for seeing La Alberca. It is best to park just outside the center and walk half a block ...
Pros: it's so nice to be here. everything is perfect
Pros: Central location right in the village. Free parking nearby in street. Friendly staff. Comfortable room. Free wi fi in room.
Pros: Excellent location. Friendly staff. Excellent facilities for the price.
Cons: No on-site car parking, but there's free parking nearby (which can easily get full)
Situated in the heart of La Alberca, right off Plaza Mayor Square with many restaurants and shops, El Rincón del Trillo offers free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, and heating. All rooms are equipped with a TV and wardrobe. The private bathroom comes with a shower or a hydromassage shower. Towels and bed linen are provided. The property includes a bar where breakfast is served. You can also try local wines and traditional tapas of the area. Las Batuecas-Sierra de Francia Nature Reserve can be reached in 15 minutes by car. Salamanca is 47.2 miles away.
Pros: Great room, very friendly and helpful staff ( lady on reception called a friend to help get our car started ). Beautiful, peaceful location.
Pros: This is a lovely place and everything was good about the hotel. The evening meal was excellent and so too the breakfast.
Pros: This is a modern hotel in a mountainous region of northern Extremadura. It was originally constructed in about 1930 as a home for senior citizens, but it has been converted nicely to its current use. ...
Cons: Nothing. We were just looking for a place to stay overnight in the general area, and it worked nicely.
Pros: Beautiful location-sensational walking area. Lovely hotel and staff -nice evening meal included.
Cons: Breakfast was very disappointing apart from the good orange juice- stale bread , coffee machine not working properly.
Pros: If you want contact with nature and peace and quiet this is the place. Well located for visiting surrounding villages like El Gasco and the view of Meandro del Melero. Great breakfast and quality in...
Cons: The wifi reception was very bad in our room, on the first floor although it did work fine in the lounge. This is normal considering the hotel is in a deep valley surrounded by mountains.
Pros: As a cyclist the location is perfect for cycling around the remote but beautiful Las Hurdes. After a day spent exploring the area by bike it was a pleasure to return to this peaceful and relaxing ...
Cons: I liked everything.
Pros: The location was peaceful and in some very pretty countryside. The room was large, well appointed and very clean.
Cons: Our stay was ruined by the arrival of a group of adults with several young children. They were running through the reception area all evening and climbing on the furniture. No-one seemed bothered ...
Cons: small swiming pool and breakfast must be with regional food not 'standard food'
Pros: This was a neat location off the beaten path.
Pros: We mistimed our journey and arrived late at 22.30 but we were still welcomed and served a 3 course dinner of our choice. The hotel is in an interesting stone building in an elevated position with ...
Cons: It was an extremely hot summer day so for us the hotel would have been even better if there had been somewhere cool in the hotel grounds where residents could relax outside with their dog.
This hotel is a carefully converted period stone and slate building dating back to the beginning of last century. It features an outdoor swimming pool. Built for King Alfonso XIII when he visited in 1922, the building has been respectfully renovated and has preserved many of its original features, into a comfortable, contemporary hotel. The beautiful, hilly area is rich in culture, anthropology and cuisine ideal for those guests wishing to explore nature. All rooms at Hospederia Hurdes Reales feature air conditioning, hardwood floors and an elegant décor. In-room amenities include a flat-screen TV, iron and safe. The private bathroom includes toiletries and a hairdryer. Guests can go hiking all year round. There are several hiking trails in the surrounding area. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas.
Pros: The waitering was excellent. Lovely surrounding. Excellent food. The spa was awesome. Lovely decor! Huge room.
Cons: The young man working at the spa seemed to be really unhappy with the job. He was not welcoming at all!
Pros: It was the most amazing hotel I have ever Been to. Impressive and very well organised. It is a must in your life.
Cons: The spa fee
Pros: Good location for exploring the old town. Spacious rooms and ours had a balcony which was lovely to sit out on. I would definitely go back.
Pros: Breakfast was excellent, bacon and eggs cooked in front of you, to your liking. Design of hotel was interesting.
Cons: Our dinner choices were poor.
Pros: Everything the location and facilities are second to none, great food.
Cons: More attention could be paid to those guests actually staying in the hotel instead of the wedding guests which there were too many weddings that weekend, The reception didn't inform us that they...
Pros: The food was very good (breakfast and dinner) and the staff were very attentive. The quiet environment and the facilties help you have a relaxed time.
Cons: The way to the village 'La Alberca' is pleasant and not far (15 minutes walking) but there are no lights. Having paid for the spa package, they charged us 3euros for the spa cap. Not a big ...
Pros: Very friendly staff; excellent food
Cons: The children's playroom on floor -1 was not very clean, it really needs a good and regular cleaning. Furthermore, it had several power plugs unprotected and close to the children's toys. An ...
A great choice for a stay in La Alberca, Hotel Termal Abadía de Los Templarios features a nightclub. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant and visit the spa to be pampered with massages, facials, or hydrotherapy. An indoor pool and an outdoor pool are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer up nice touches like fireplaces and bathrobes.
Located in the medieval walled city of Miranda del Castañar, this house is attached to the castle and to the bullring. It features a restaurant and a lounge with fireplace. La Posada de San Ginés is a beautiful restored house located in San Ginés Square, featuring stone walls and wooden balconies. It offers hiking routes around the city, and vintage cars are available for hire. Elegant rooms decorated with classic wallpapers and furnishings can be found at Posada de San Ginés. They are bright and spacious, and some feature sloping ceilings, while all come with a minibar, a TV and a private bathroom. The restaurant, located in the bullring, serves traditional cuisine made with local produce. A full breakfast is included. Miranda del Castañar is 49.7 miles away from Salamanca, and is located in Las Batuecas Sierra de Francia Natural Park. There is a free parking lot available next to the bullring.
Pros: The 'posada' is a traditionally built house - on the outside. Beautifully modernised and decorated inside. A lovely place for an overnight stay while touring in this part of Spain. Friendly ...
Cons: No complaints.
Set on a Biosphere Reserve and surrounded by the Sierra de Francia Mountains, this house offers terraces and a viewpoint. Posada Miranda has been declared of architectural interest by the Castilla-León Board. Posada Miranda is a 4-level building located on Miranda Del Castañar Municipality of Salamanca, and has a lift and free Internet access. There is also a small garden and facilities for disabled guests. It offers rooms with parquet floors and wide windows. Each comes with a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. The guest house also features a bar-cafeteria, and a lounge with sofas and a fireplace. The on-site restaurant serves traditional dishes and homemade desserts. Miranda Del Castañar is a walled city from the 13th century, and can be reached taking the SA-225 motorway. Las Batuecas Nature Park is a 25-minute drive from the house.
Featuring free Wi-Fi and offering impressive views of the Sierra de Francia Mountains, Casa Claudia is set in the picturesque village of Miranda del Castañares. It offers country-style accommodation with balconies. The Claudia has both rooms and apartments. All accommodation comes with a fan, seating area and a private bathroom. Apartments have a well-equipped kitchenette with a fridge, microwave and hob. Guests can enjoy breakfast in the Casa’s dining room, or on the attractive terrace. There is a small selection of shops and restaurants in the centre of Miranda del Castañares. The village’s old walls and historic centre are just 5 minutes’ walk from the Casa. The hotel is set within Las Batuecas Park, an ideal area for hiking and cycling.
Offering a terrace with panoramic views of the Sierra de Béjar Mountains, Casa Rural La Azotea is a renovated cottage in Sequeros. It features free Wi-Fi and original rustic details. The cottage has air conditioning and heating. There is a living room with a sofa, TV and DVD player. The private bathroom comes with a hairdryer and shower. A dishwasher and washing machine can be found in the well-equipped kitchen. Tourist information is available and there is a pretty hiking trail to neighbouring San Martín del Castañar. Other towns, like Miranda del Castañar and La Alberca, are within 9.3 miles and are listed as having artistic and historic value.
Cons: Onsite parking has a very tight access, not so good for a big car.
Pros: great location, friendly and helpfull staff. Even I do not speak Spanish well, one guy brought a dictionary and helped me. Also, another staff prepared early breakfast for us leaving early.
Pros: Hotel looked good and had a good location to this special town
Cons: I decided to have my evening meal at the hotel. Didn't like it at all. In the morning I paid close to 10€. Eggs, bacon and coffee all cold. In appeared that they were in the process of being ...
Pros: Really nice spacious bedroom & good sized bathroom. Staff were friendly and helpful. Excellent for car parking.
Cons: Nothing in particular, was all good.
Pros: Very convenient location only a few steps from the village. Pleasant garden in which to sit and relax and enjoy a drink.
Cons: Breakfast was lean and a bit spotty in quality. For a 4 star hotel tea making facilities in room would be appropriate.
Pros: Very quiet and clean, in a beautiful area of town. Easy walk to the old town. Bathroom is a good size. Parking garage is crazy!!
Cons: Wifi and tv weren't great, but not big deal.
Pros: One staff member is nice. She translated the Spainish menu for me
Cons: No wifi signal in my room Car park is extremely narrow and small The light of car park was turned off automatically and suddenly even though I had not parked my car in such a small and tiny space...
Pros: Arquitecture, interior design, attention by staff generally.
Cons: Garage facilities appalling. The hotel should put a warning sign about the difficult ramp and extremely limited space for manouvre inside the garage. Once you enter the spiral ramp, it is impossible ...
When visiting La Alberca, Hotel Doña Teresa is a great choice to consider. Guests can indulge in spa services and enjoy regional cuisine at La Abuela Carmen, which is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge and a fitness center are other highlights, and rooms offer minibars and free WiFi.
Cons: No restaurant service so at dinner time less convenient if you wanna stay at the property
Antiguas Eras la Alberca is set in the Mediaeval village of La Alberca, in the Batuecas Nature Reserve. This rustic hotel offers free Wi-Fi, a 24-hour reception and free parking nearby. All heated rooms feature wooden floors and have a TV. There is also a work desk and a private bathroom with a bath tub. The Antiguas Eras Hotel has a café-bar and restaurant, El Mesón-Cafetín. Fine Nicaraguan coffee and local cuisine can be enjoyed here. Luggage storage is offered and there is a tour desk. Located midway between the A62 and A66 Motorways, the hotel is 46.6 miles from Salamanca.
Pros: El pueblo es una joya. A fascinating town. The hotel is easy to get to. El hotel es facil a encontrar. The decor is interesting and got us to find a fascinating walk in the area. La decoracion nos ...
Cons: The spa was quite bizarre- like a disco spa club. Led Zeppelin was blasting, colored lights in the ruined ceilings were blinking, the waters were milky and the installations quite moldy. It could ...
Pros: Good location, good value for price, but some parts (spa and toilets mostly) need renovation.
Pros: Bedroom, Spa, food.
Cons: Turkish bath was not ok, too cold.
Take in the views from the rooftop terrace when you stay at Rusticae Hotel Spa Villa de Mogarraz. You can visit the spa to indulge in hot stone massages, body wraps, or reflexology, and Spanish cuisine is served at Asador Don Mauro, which is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Other highlights at this upscale hotel include an indoor pool, a bar/lounge, and a health club.
Cons: He window is too old and can close completely and the breakfast wasn't as good as we expected
Pros: Very friendly and welcoming
Cons: Breakfast could have been better
Cons: The food in the town was awful
Pros: Location was excellent
Cons: This hotel felt like staying in a care home as it was 80% full of mentally impaired guests, for reasons I do not want to go into this made us feel very uncomfortable as they were wondering around and ...
Pros: Good central location for access to village. Comfortable room, friendly helpful staff. Secure parking.
Pros: The location, spacious facitities in the hotel, and extremely accommodating and considerate management.
Cons: The shower/ bath was a little tired.
Pros: Perfect location, super friendly staff, great patio to have a drink. Surrounded by trees and nature, yet just across the street from the incredibly beautiful town of La Alberca.
Cons: Mattress was a bit too soft.
Hotel with charm in Salamanca. The Las Batuecas Hotel is a nice stoned house, integrated into the beautiful landscape which surrounds it. This establishment is located in the locality La Alberca, from Salamanca, the first rural village declared national historical monument of Spain. Its facilities are completely renovated and it offers a great range of services such as restaurant, social lounges and large gardens. The hotel offers the possibility of enjoying the nature practicing different extreme sports, riding and kayaks. And at just 300 meters from the hotel it is situated the old town of La Alberca, which allows you to discover the traditional taste of its houses and roads, built centuries ago.