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With a stay at Hotel Hierbaluisa in Alarcon, you'll be just steps from Sendero Hoz de Alarcon and Santa Maria Church. Featured amenities include multilingual staff and luggage storage.
Pros: Owners were fabulous and nothing was too much trouble. Easy parking too.
Cons: Nothing. It's as we expected
Pros: Beautifully decorated, modern and very clean.
Pros: Very friendly owners, great location, easy parking, beautifully decorated
Pros: This is a beautifully designed small hotel and the hosts were very friendly and welcoming. The location is good near the edge of the small village of Alacorn which is a fascinating place. Breakfast was very tasty in cosy dining room/lounge. Parking is easy.
Cons: There is nothing we could fault at all. Nothing!
Pros: This beautifully and creatively decorated accommodation is run by a very friendly couple, who serve an excellent breakfast in the morning!
Pros: All local produce for the meals. Revuelto with jamon Iberico for breakfast superb. The patron and his wife run this small hotel and could not have been more helpful. You do need to know some Spanish as there is no English spoken. I found it very helpful for my Spanish as both our hosts spoke clear Castillian Spanish nice and slowly. This is a tiny qwerky hotel beautifully fitted out and spotlessly clean
Cons: I can think of nothing to complain about apart from the nearby Parador in which we attempted to take coffee but never found a single member of staff
Pros: Fantastic hospitality, did everything to make our stay a pleasant one. We arrived late (11pm) and they made food for us and provided us with drinks. Breakfast was also great. Would 100% reccomend to anyone in/passing through the area.
Pros: Great location. Enjoyable stay. Excelllent staff.
Cons: It was a little dated in terms of furnishings and fittings and tthe internet was intermittant for us but these eere minor issues.
With a stay at Parador de Alarcón in Alarcon, you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Castillo de Alarcon and Iglesia de Santo Domingo. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, multilingual staff, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Wonderful view and staff. Great breakfast!
Cons: Evening meals weren't very tasty but excellent service from waitstaff
Pros: We loved this magical place. So peaceful and beautiful!
Pros: Don't go for the facilities. Don't go for the service. Don't go for value for money. Go because it is an incredible building, set atop a tiny mountain with spectacular views, fascinating history and entirely unspoilt by swimming pools and gyms. Awesome hotel.
Pros: After the hustle and bustle of Granada it was exactly what we needed. We should have booked two or three days rather than one night
Cons: Some of the restaurant wait staff were surly and seemed to ignore dirty dishes sitting on the tables at breakfast. Reception staff were all lovely though
Pros: Beautiful castle hotel in stunning setting.
Cons: Slow service at the bar.
With a stay at La Posada El Hidalgo de Alarcon in Alarcon, you'll be just steps from Santa Maria Church and Sendero Hoz de Alarcon. Featured amenities include a business center, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours).
Pros: Quiet location with comfortable room and very friendly staff. Easy to access all of the town and parking was no problem.
Cons: Our room had a very small shower, but water pressure and temperature was great. An extra bedside lamp would be helpful.
Pros: The scenery was fantastic,the bedroom was comfortable and facilities in the kitchen were a bonus as we could have coffee and make breakfast.
Cons: the bathroom was far too small,kept getting stuck in the shower as the shower doors were difficult to open.
Pros: We liked the separate dining/kitchen arrangement which is very convenient
Cons: just that Mondays are very optional in Spain so nothing was open
Pros: The place is excellent in relation to its category, what I liked the most was the unexpectedly quality of decoration and the kindness of the owner, Javier. The village is so quiet in the morning that I only dared to move in my bed after hearing the first car crossing and the first dog barking. I was afraid of waking up the whole village by opening the window.
Pros: Amazing location, welcoming and informative owner, comfortable stay. Would come again!
Pros: it was a lovely little village, very picturesque, was made very welcome by the owner, and was on call if we needed anything, all refreshment facilities available 24/7 and light breakfast facilities included
Cons: Restaurants don't open till 8 PM like in most "Spanish Villages" but this is there way of life
Pros: Conserge, rooms big enough
Cons: It was too hot, smelly bathroom
Pros: Beautiful old building in a peaceful setting.
Cons: The bathroom was below par & needs updating
Hotel Moya is 1.5 km outside Honrubia, midway between Madrid and Valencia. With décor inspired by Don Quixote, all rooms have hydro-massage showers, flat-screen satellite TV and free Wi-Fi. The Moya Hotel has easy access to the A-3 Motorway. It offers free parking and is next to a petrol station. All air-conditioned rooms at the Moya are soundproofed, and bathrooms come with a hairdryer and amenities. Most rooms feature a private terrace, and some rooms have a laptop safe. The hotel has a restaurant and 24-hour café on-site. There are also vending machines, along with a bar and reading room.
Pros: Arrived at 10pm due to late ferry but 24 hour restaurant mean we enjoyed our meal and breakfast in the morning. Almost on A3 and easy to find. Car park well lit for security.
Pros: A great hotel to stay when driving to the Santander ferry, very clean
Pros: Everything !!
Cons: Nothing !!
Pros: Room and bathroom lovely. Staff very good. Thought the quality of bedding was excellent. Night time receptionist was very helpful.
Cons: Couldn’t get to sleep as Room was left far too hot before we arrived, in the high 20’s. Eventually had to get dressed and go down to reception to ask for help as we couldn’t reduce it. Several flies in room that annoyed us all night. Wanted to have breakfast in the restaurant but smoke fumes horrendous so had to leave without breakfast.
Pros: This was my third stay and we had 3 rooms. It is well located, just off the motorway with excellent functional rooms that are very well presented
Cons: We were disturbed during the early hours by the noise of something being dragged across the floor, presumably in the restaurant below.
Pros: Quite close to the motorway
Pros: Have stayed here before and loved it. Very convenient for motorway, rooms are comfortable and quiet. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Cafeteria has a nice atmosphere and staff were really attentive.
Cons: Menu in cafeteria is a bit limited before 8 o'clock but staff went out of their way to make us something.
With a stay at Casa rural La Quinta de Malu in Las Valeras, you'll be 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Valeria Roman Ruins and 16.6 mi (26.6 km) from Iglesia de la Natividad de Nuestra Senora. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: It is a quarkey and unexpected lovely place. The dinner was also fantastic. And the room was realy nice. If you add the excelence of their owner, that´s simply the best place you can stay in all around. Thank you Javier and Malu.
Pros: Properly full of character with charming and helpful hosts.
Pros: Everything. The hotel is situated on the edge of a small town built adjacent to extensive Roman ruins. We thought the hotel was fabulous. The owners, one of whom speaks excellent English, have gone to a lot of trouble to provide accommodation which is truly distinctive and memorable. The restaurant was also brilliant.
Pros: Our host was exceptionally helpful and great to talk with. Also a good cook. He went out of his way to make sure my wife had good gluten free food. Staying in the house is staying in a piece of history - a real old time building.
Pros: Great host and great location
Pros: This place is really unique. We stayed on route from Madrid to Moraira, after a long flight from the USA and it was a great place to stay. We opted for the dinner which I would highly recommend. We missed breakfast, due to jet lag and needing sleep! But I am sure it would have been as good as dinner. The building is really old and steeped in history, but still clean and comfortable. There’s no AC, but this wasn’t too bad when we stayed. The owners are extremely friendly and welcoming. We wish we had been able to stay an extra night and to have checked out some of the local area. Overall, would highly recommend.
Pros: Very unusual house - a real surprise - like a fairytale. Fantastic host - marvellous food, even catering for a vegetarian. Should visit.....
Pros: It was wonderful time for our family. Very friendly owners were always in touch to give us everything we need. Unforgettable dinners with the fireplace, amazing music and pleasant conversation. Many thanks!
Pros: Lovely people, they really couldn't have done more to make our stay comfortable. A beautiful place in rural Spain. Great for stargazing and delicious food too. They were great with the kids too and showed them around their very interesting place. Very quiet and tranquil and a little taste of country life.
Pros: Cosy house with unique quirky character & a great family feel in the centre of the small pretty village. Breakfast excellent &, of course, the La Mancha wines! :)
Hotel Paqui is located in Valverde de Júcar, 47 km away from Cuenca. It has a restaurant, a bar and free WiFi throughout. Each room here has air conditioning, heating and a TV, as well as a private bathroom with hairdryer and free toiletries. Bed linen and towels are included. Suites include a seating area and a spa bath. Other facilities offered at the property include a shared lounge and a summer terrace where tapas are served. The on-site restaurant offers serves typical dishes. Tourist information can be provided at the reception.
Pros: The staff were very busy, but did their best to make our stay convenient and comfortable
Cons: Parking for motorbikes was secure, but in a shared and locked enclosed area, without a roof. Our bikes were soiled by some hosing and cleaning activities.
Pros: If you want to experience properror spain go and spend a night here
With a stay at Hostal Restaurante Marino in Honrubia, you'll be 13.4 mi (21.6 km) from Torre de Armas o del Campo and 14 mi (22.5 km) from Iglesia de Santo Domingo. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby and dry cleaning/laundry services.
La Quinta Del Abuelo Félix is set in the Castilian village of Valera de Arriba, 20 km from Cuenca. In summer months, guests have free access to the swimming pool in Las Valeras. Accommodation is in Family Suites, composed of 3 bedrooms. One bedroom has a double four-poster bed (1.50 metres) and terrace overlooking the ravine and Roman Ruins. There is another with a double bed (1.35 metres) and a window overlooking the ravine. The third bedroom has bunk beds. There is a second balcony and a private bathroom with a shower. Breakfast is served in the dining room. Lunch and dinner are available on request. Luggage storage is offered and tourist information is available. Alarcón Reservoir, 5 minutes' drive away, has an artificial beach where you can go windsurfing, fishing or swimming.
With a stay at Hotel Marino in Honrubia, you'll be 13.7 mi (22.1 km) from Ermita de Rus and 14.4 mi (23.2 km) from Torre de Armas o del Campo. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
With a stay at Hotel Palacio Villa de Alarcón in Alarcon, you'll be just steps from Castillo de Alarcon and Iglesia de Santo Domingo. Featured amenities include multilingual staff, a library, and an elevator. Planning an event in Alarcon? This hotel has 431 square feet (40 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and a meeting room. Free self parking is available onsite.