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A charming and graciously-scaled family home, a renovated 17th century house, where we felt like guests rather than clients. Our room was spacious and comfortable and the public rooms were cozy and attractive: the sitting room was furnished with excellent books, board games, and a fireplace. We were lucky to stay on a Saturday when the hotel offers a tasting menu of local wines and wonderful regional food to go with them. And we arrived early enough to explore the lovely and lively old village in which the hotel is set, with its beautiful Gothic church, charming folkloric museum, and hip modern art gallery. All this was immeasurably enhanced by the warmth and attention of the Casa's delightful owners. A wonderful experience.
Hospitality - they were at your disposal for questions at any time
The hotel was spotless and very comfortable. Owner was very helpful Nothing
It's a fabulous palace in the town and is close to everything. The hosts Paloma and Miguel are extremely nice and welcoming and make you feel special in a very special place. The rooms are big and have everything you need.
In a region with very few decent hotels, this stands out as a haven with lots of personality - a three star hotel with a family B&B feel. Above all, it has a pool, which is vital when it's 40ºC! For where it is and the quality of the rooms (average), it is a little over-priced. But the atmosphere and the pool make up for it.
A really wonderful hotel run by a most passionate Spanish couple. The hotel is pristine. We felt like we were staying in a 300 year old Spanish mansion, full of antiques. The bed as one of the most comfortable I've ever slept in! Hotel is 3 mins walk to main square.