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All reviewsroof terraceromantic roommoorish styleexcellent recommendationstapasold towninterior courtyardtop floorother guestsold housecharming boutique hotelrooms are smallthe hotel managercould not have been more helpfulsherry bodegasnatural lightbars and restaurants
Stayed here for 2 nights for the motogp, was in an economy room which is the tiniest room I've ever stayed in, they should state the room size really. Hotel is beautiful, quaint and original, staff are lovely but we were eaten alive by mozies,...More
This is an old merchants house converted to a hotel so it's a bit quirky but we loved. The staff are wonderful and can not do enough to help. They have great knowledge and are just happy to chat to for as long as you...More
Arriving late in the day in mid winter, we used the key code to let Ourselves in. We were the only guests in the hotel and the charming Alejandro arrived and made us feel very welcome. Alas no welcoming glass of sherry but plenty of...More
We stayed here based on some good reviews and we enjoyed it. It is very centrally located and the staff were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was simple but very nice. We had the romantic room which was very small and had a functional bathroom....More
Went there as recommended by several uk newspapers. The positive. Incredibly comfortable bed. Nice staff. Location brilliant. Not a corporate horror. Nice looking with an independent style. The bad. Part of retaining the charm apparently meant the windows in our room, #4, were not sufficiently...More
No problem. You can park for free on the other side of the road, if there are spaces, or (if you pay - I think the fee actually goes to the garage owner and not the hotel) the hotel has access to a secure underground... More
No problem. You can park for free on the other side of the road, if there are spaces, or (if you pay - I think the fee actually goes to the garage owner and not the hotel) the hotel has access to a secure underground garage very close by (underneath the buildings opposite).
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"Go for a first floor room as after that stairs are steep"