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Located in Uña and with Ciudad Encantada reachable within 12 km, La Laguna provides a tour desk, non-smoking rooms, a bar, free WiFi and a shared lounge. Providing a restaurant, the property also has a terrace. Guests can enjoy lake views. All units at the hotel are equipped with a seating area. At La Laguna every room has a wardrobe and a private bathroom. A continental breakfast is available daily at the accommodation.
Pros: I liked the location, and how clean everything was.
Cons: The only thing I didn't like was that the breakfast options were only coffee or chocolate milk, for drink, and a piece of bread with either butter or tomato.
Pros: We've been warm welcome by the owner in the very late evening. After very intensive day we could feel very safe and relaxed. It was priceless. The room was very comfortable and equipped with real heating. Very convenient place for parking a car, just in front of the main building of this B&B.
Pros: Nothing, except good parking.
Cons: restaurant closed and low quality of food served in the bar, despite extensive restaurant menu displayed outside.
Pros: Very clean and modern. The food at the restaurant is also great!
Pros: Well decorated clean rooms with comfortable bed. Room was over a bar but there was very little noise after 10pm and slept well. Appeared to be family run. No English spoken but managed to be understood. Ate in the bar and food good and very reasonably priced. Good for one or two nights.
Cons: Lady serving breakfast spoke no English but from what I could understand I was offered cheese on toast or olive oil on toast with coffee. Disappointed that given they had a kitchen that they could not have offered something more, but perhaps the language barrier did not help.
Pros: Very clean and comfortable room with all I needed for a pleasant stay. Excellent value for money. Uña is a nice town in beautiful surroundings.
Cons: Nothing to complain about apart from the fact that the hotel was fully booked and I could only stay one night. I certainly want to return too Uña and to this hotel for a longer stay.
Pros: Interesting location - an ideal place to break a journey on a road that is very enjoyable to drive. Lagoon is good to see and walk around, but make sure you use bug-spray if you're sensitive to midges!
Cons: The nearby restaurant - Agua Riscas - despite its favourable reviews, we found service very hasty even though there were very few diners, and the food recommended by the waiter was disappointing. If staying in Una again, I would eat elsewhere, possibly even La Laguna itself.
Pros: Excellent location and very clean standard rooms with everything you need. A really nice place to spend a night in Una. The pub/restaurant below was also a nice place to enjoy a drink and some food.
Cons: The breakfast is limited if you don't prefer pastries.
Casa Rural Nelia is located in Villalba de la Sierra, 300 metres from the Old Bridge over the River Júcar. It offers charming stone cottages with fireplaces and a washing machine. Each rustic cottage features a patio and a living room with a sofa and TV. There is a private bathroom with a shower and the kitchen includes a fridge, microwave and coffee maker. The complex has a restaurant and there are barbecue facilities. Cuenca is a 20-minute drive and you can also enjoy the rocky landscapes of the Enchanted City and Los Callejones, the both 16 minutes' drive away. Free parking is available nearby.
Featuring free Wi-Fi and a large terrace with panoramic views of the Sierra de Albarracín region, Posada El Mirador offers a traditional restaurant serving regional cuisine and packed lunches. The guest house has individually-styled rooms with tiled floors, central heating and views of the countryside. The private bathroom includes a shower and free toiletries. Guests can enjoy Spanish gastronomy in the bar, restaurant or on the terrace. There is a tour desk available and a shared lounge in the common area of the house. The surroundings offer a wide range of outdoor activities including hiking, cycling, climbing or bird-watching. Alto Tajo Nature Reserve is 30 km away and Teruel is within 60 km of the property.
Pros: Clean rooms with a lovely view over peaceful countryside.
Boasting a garden and free WiFi, Albergue de San Blas is set in Tragacete. The property offers garden views and a children's playground. At the hostel, the rooms have a balcony with a mountain view. At Albergue de San Blas all rooms have a wardrobe and a shared bathroom. Guests at the accommodation can enjoy a continental or a vegetarian breakfast. Peralejos de las Truchas is 45 km from Albergue de San Blas.
With a stay at Hotel Restaurante El Tablazo in Villalba de la Sierra, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Ciudad Encantada and Ventana del Diabolo. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and an elevator (lift). Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Nice kind hosts
Pros: The staff was friendly and helpful. In addition to the tourist town Cuenca, the area has many things to explore and enjoy. The breakfast was excellent and the menu del dia in the afternoon very good value.
Cons: Reception area is difficult to find(temporary location) and the directions to the property should be improved. It is back off the road and the sign is hard to see. You enter from the back and it is not as appealing as the front. Don't let that be a "turn off".
Pros: Garden with a small river. Quiet place. Excellent dinner!
Pros: Peaceful location away from the rat race. Room was good and as it was cool, it was pleasing that the heating was turned on briefly to take the chill off the rooms. Good restaurant for dinner at reasonable prices and good quality food. Breakfast was well done with eggs provided with the toasts. Easy access to sights of Cuenca, also Ventana de Diablo and beyond. An excellent base for exploring the area.
Cons: Signposting to get here was a bit confusing as we turned too soon, but did find it ok.
Pros: Splendid rural hotel set next to a trout stream and fishing lake. Rooms are clean and tidy with standard facilities, bar serves cold beer and the restaurant serves good food at a decent price. All in all great value and an excellent option for an overnight.
Pros: It is in a good location to explore the Serrania de Cuenca. It is very pretty and the staff are very helpful. The breakfast was excellent and you can eat either in the restaurant or the bar. The beds were comfortable.
Cons: The wifi was very basic and slow. We booked a room with a double bed. But there are not many rooms with double beds and they were all booked by the time we made our booking. Although booking.com didn´t reflect that there were no rooms with double beds available.
Pros: Good location for viewing the park, comfortable room, breakfast was sufficient for us. Staff very friendly and helpful but few spoke English which was no problem as somebody could be found if necessary. Wifi seemed not to be working during our stay but mobile reception was good, the area is too beautiful to be using the internet whilst there.We will definitely return.
Pros: The location. It was a fresh mountain are with a river close by and near wonderful landscapes( ventana del diabolo, la ciudad encantada)
Cons: Poor wifi( almost not existing- in the reception it was too slow, and in the room it never worked), the food was not very good(we asked for a paella in advance and they waited until we came to start preparing it. At the end was not very cooked and we had to wait a lot). The restaurant hours are not very flexible (dinner at 20:00) and with kids it's not easy to handle those late hours. Same breakfast and no options were given. As a general comment,it was too expensive for what it was offering.
With a stay at Hotel Castillo de Uña in Una, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Ciudad Encantada and Ventana del Diabolo. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, multilingual staff, and luggage storage.
Pros: the location is magnificent ..go for the full walk round the lake and then see the spectacular stars at night ...wonderful. breakfast was ample as was the evening meal we had
Pros: Nice village.
Cons: Room was too small. Could be bigger for the price we paid in the middle of nowhere. Not really clear is it a restaurant with hotel or the hotel with restaurant, since it looks like there is more attention paid to what is going on in the restaurant. Noisy. When somebody walks in the corridor and talks it feels like you are sleeping in the corridor.
Pros: Uña is a nice place to stay.
Cons: It was too expensive. Demasiado caro.
Pros: Staff friendly, location is awesome, hotel looks like a castle and adds flavor to the stay
Cons: Default pillows were not comfortable
Pros: Nicely located, rooms VERY clean! Best value for money I had so far. Perfectly to arrive at night and leave in the morning to explore the national park!
Cons: The restaurant is okay, but would not recommend
Pros: The restaurant deserves one Michelin Star! Amazing menu. Worth the trip and only 15 euros including wine and desert. The restaurant has a good selection of romantic music background. Uña is a great location to access the Montes Universales and Serrania de Cuenca, one of the most beautiful natural areas in Spain, out of the tourist beaten tracks.
Pros: Great hotel and great food. Host was very helpful
Pros: The setting is perfect for touring on a motorbike.
Pros: The room was comfortable and the food in the restaurant was really good and a lot. I also could store my bicycle in the garage. And the receptionist could speak enough English for all my needs!
Hostal Frias de Albarracin features accommodation in Frías de Albarracín. Guests can grab a bite to eat in the restaurant or a drink at the bar and free WiFi is available. Albarracín is 24 km from the hostel, while Bronchales is 39 km from the property.
Pros: Great personal service provided by the hotel owner, ie in terms of dinner and breakfast.
Pros: This is a small basic and realistically priced guesthouse in a rural, peaceful location. The rooms are above a quiet local bar in small hamlet. The owner spoke some English and tried hard to ensure my stay was comfortable. Décor is dated but the bed was reasonably comfortable and the shower was powerful. Wifi was intermittent and only available in the bar area. Breakfast was unexpectedly generous. All in all, excellent value if you don't mind forgoing mod cons.
Cons: Rooms/bathrooms could be redecorated but then I'd expect to pay more.
Pros: Good for an overnight stop, friendly staff. Lovely village.
Cons: Plaqued with flies, at dinner, breakfast and could not sleep because of the number of flies in the bedroom settling on us all night. If warned would have brought fly spray, especially for the bedroom. Counted over twenty at one time!
Pros: Delightful hosts who couldn't be more hospitable. Excellent food with generous portions & superb value. Breakfast options best we've come across in Spain so far. Beautiful rural location.
Pros: Nothing nothing too much trouble Lovely evening meal and breakfast NO charge for our 2 dogs
Cons: If I want to have a moan it would be the shower .
Pros: Very friendly and accommodating management and service. Extraordinary breakfast.
With a stay at Apartamentos Jucar in Tragacete, you'll be in a provincial park, and 27.2 mi (43.8 km) from Ciudad Encantada and 12.6 mi (20.3 km) from Nacimiento río Cuervo. Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and luggage storage.
With a stay at El Gamo in Tragacete, you'll be 27.5 mi (44.2 km) from Ciudad Encantada and 12.3 mi (19.8 km) from Nacimiento río Cuervo. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and an elevator (lift). Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.