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Located in Zaorejas, Hotel Peñarrubia is in a regional park, within a 15-minute drive of Alto Tajo Nature Reserve and Mirador del Tajo. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: quiet hotel with mountain view
Cons: only lcoation
Pros: We stayed here as a group of friend touring Spain on our motorcycles. We found this a really pleasant, small rural hotel, clearly a focal point for the local community, (the bar was full as the Spanish teams football was live on the television).. it is set in a commanding location on the edge of the village. Our rooms and beds were clean and comfortable with the standard facilities, plus a great view.. Our evening meal was excellent and breakfast was plentiful, but the full Spanish of toast, honey cheese and ham.. washed down with tasty coffee.. Set in the remote hills it was great for us.. would return and recommend to like-minded travellers with a phrase book..
Cons: The hotel exterior could do with tidy... but that's a minor observation from a very tidy bloke...
Pros: Very big comfortable room and bathroom. Bed (2 m wide!). Balcony with beautiful view.
Cons: Price of room with double bed instead of two individual beds is €18 more expensive. Food seemed not very fresh.
Pros: We just got tired driving and decided to find a place nearby. We were lucky to have found this place. It is near many interesting natural sites for hiking or driving around. It's a very good place to base yourself in to see some of the local sites and some good bird-watching areas. The owner is very helpful and knowledgeable in giving you advice on where to go. Check-in was very quick and the owner is a very friendly man. The whole hotel and the room are one of the cleanest that we have ever seen. The whole place was spotless clean. The bedroom was a decent size with very comfortable beds, some of the best beds we've ever slept in. They were amazing and sheets were crispy clean. The shower, eventually, had ample hot water and had good power. I think we were the only guests, but at least when we were there, the accomodation was very silenty and peaceful. We had a great nights sleep. Will definitely be back again.
Cons: It would have been nice to have a double bed as I was travelling with my partner. We love bird-watching. It would have been nicer to have been placed at the other side of the hotel, with views over the countryside, so we could have been looking out at any birdlife. The room was a quite cold and didn't heat up enough. We had to have a bath to warm up. The water took a very long time to heat up properly, but when it eventually did, it was very nice. Just give it a long time to heat up. It will......eventually.
Pros: Good hotel for an overnight during the long journey.
Cons: Very cold in the room.
Pros: This is one of the best places to stay to experience the beauty of Alto Tajo Natural Park. Very recommendable the Natural Route GR 113. The hotel is a family business, very well attended, perfectly clean and comfortable. It is also a restaurant.
Pros: Stayed overnight while travelling through Spain with a group of friends on our motorbikes... and have stayed previously. Ideally located on splendid riding roads this rural hotel meets all our needs.. safe parking for bikes, clean and tidy twin rooms, with a wide view, cool showers, cold beer, decent menu with good food, decent breakfast with good coffee and great value when the bill is presented.. The tidy-bloke in me thinks the exterior could still do with a tidy-up.. but I'm not sticking that in the box below..!!
Pros: Although in a remote rural area it was vibrant and lovely place to be
Pros: Amazing stop of in mountains part of my motorcycle adventure, best steak ive ever had
Cons: Nothing not to like
Featuring free Wi-Fi, Hospedaje Rural Casa Parri is located in Poveda De La Sierra, in the heart of the Alto Tajo Nature Reserve. It includes a restaurant specialized in meat. Each heated room in this rustic-style accommodation includes flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Some rooms include a spa bath. Bed linen and towels are provided. Hospedaje Rural Casa Parri is located in a good area for hiking and cycling, including impressive landscapes with small canyons and waterfalls. The River Tajo, within 3 km of the property, offers the chance to practice several water sports. The medieval town Molina de Aragón is 30 km from the property. The charming city of Cuenca is 70 minutes’ drive away.
Located in Ablanque, La Casa Blanca is a 1-minute drive from Alto Tajo Nature Reserve and 7 minutes from Ablanque Parish. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and laundry facilities.
Pros: You feel at home. We missed nothing. The children were very happy. The center is a 5-minute walk away. Parking is great. Silence and relaxation.
Cons: Why the other booкing addresses are not of such good quality
Hospederia Virgen de La Hoz has a beautiful natural location in Ventosa, by the Nuestra Señora de la Hoz Hermitage. Rooms have views over a ravine or the River Gallo. The bright, heated rooms at the Virgen de la Hoz are decorated in warm tones and equipped with a private bathroom with amenities. Free WiFi is provided throughout. Virgen de la Hoz has a restaurant, where guests can enjoy à la carte meals or set menus. There is also a bar and a terrace. A laundry service is available. The Hospedería is set in a spectacular natural landscape, surrounded by 80 million-year-old rock formations.
Pros: Leaving in the morning.
Cons: The restaurant was closed. The staff did not speak any English. The entry in booking.com stated they did
Pros: Stunning location, very kind staff ( especially the waiter ), very laid back and no problem accepting our dog. Bed was very comfortable. Parking directly in front of entrance. Beautiful walk by the river.
Cons: The food wasn’t great but it didn’t matter because we were only there for one night.
Pros: Breathtaking location. The hotel is very quiet at night and the room is very confortable, making a perfect combination for sleeping. The room was also very clean when we arrived. Parking lot is close to the entrance.
Cons: The breakfast is good, but it's served a little bit late and is a fixed menu (you can choose your beverage). The hotel has a restaurant but it closes early for spanish standards and there isn't other options nearby.
Pros: Great place in Great Location
Cons: No English spoken and no English version of Menu so a little tricky knowing what to order.
Pros: The location is just fantastic, albeit it is a long drive in on a somewhat rough road. A lovely location!
Cons: The rooms are what you expect for the price. The welcome was less than enthusiastic at check in. We almost felt like we were intruding. There was not a smile at any point or any sense that we were welcome. The day time cafe/bar staff were really friendly but by dinner time, it was a different story. We ordered our dinner, 2 courses from a large menu. My husband was told on ordering that his entree was not available. No apology! He selected a replacement. Our white wine arrived not chilled, it seemed a real problem when we asked for a chilled bottle. About 30 minutes later, I was told my entree was also not available. I selected another. The worst thing was we then got all 4 plates of entree and main at the same time. The food was awful! Inedible and the bill was 50euro. There was not a smile or any enthusiasm from the staff to any of the guests. A most unpleasant stay, and a different experience from earlier reviewers. Perhaps a management change, if so not for the better.
Pros: This is a spectacular place to stay right next to a hermitage and it is nestled right in front of an impressive rock formation (which can be climbed by over 200 steps). It's a great base to explore other places nearby like Molina de Aragón which is well worth the trouble. We found the staff very helpful in terms of explaining what to see in the immediate area. The room has a rustic feel and was clean and spacious with a good view. The breakfast was included and was the typical tea-coffee, tomato and toast and 'magdalena' variety.
Cons: One evening the restaurant closed early so we went elsewhere to have something to eat - which wasn't much of a problem because there are other places nearby. In fairness to the owner, he did offer to prepare something but it was obvious that he was already clearing up to go so we declined the offer.
Pros: Wonderful peaceful but dramatic location in a spectacular gorge, next to a charming small hermitage. Basic but very comfortable room. Very friendly and helpful staff. Great spot for excursions.
Offering garden views, Casa Rural Gerardo in Armallones offers accommodation, a restaurant, free bikes, a bar, a shared lounge and a terrace. Fitted with a balcony, the units feature a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with shower and free toiletries. If you would like to discover the area, hiking and fishing are possible in the surroundings. La Puerta is 44 km from the country house.