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Reviewed 4 October 2012 via mobile

Good value for price. Clean and quiet rooms, central location. Very friendly staff. Free parking in the street. Great restaurant serving traditional food! Breakfast was a bit dissapointing after the lovely meal the night before.

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Reviewed 20 September 2012

We stayed here for one night as a stop-off on a bus journey from Malaga to Cadiz and were very happy with the standard of the room and with the village itself, which is set in the midst of some beautiful countryside. We didn't eat in the restaurant, choosing to try some tapas in a local bar. Also, breakfast wasn't... More 

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Norwich, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 26 August 2012

Our small group stayed two days here. The hotel is comfortable, full of character and well positioned in the village. However the reason that this stay stands out well above all the other places we stayed at in Andalucia was the restaurant. The quality of the food was simply wonderful. We were brought a number small tapas at the beginning... More 

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Hoylake, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 May 2012

If you like 5 star anodyne hotels, don't stay here. On the other hand if you like characterful (read higgledy-piggledy) traditional rooms and really spectacular local food, then you are going to love this hostal. My only complaint in three visits is an inability to handle very large walking parties at breakfast time and other guests.

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Reviewed 10 April 2012

This Inn has some nice elements including a fireplace and airy terraces however the whole layout is confusing and messy. Visual appeal? Rock bottom. We were too tired to look elsewhere so took the double room with its plaid bedspread and "Starry Night" over the bed. Certainly adequate for a night's rest....until the plumbing noises followed by people noises. Avoid... More 

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Aurora, Illinois
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Reviewed 5 April 2012

Casa de Las Piedras was a short walk from the town parking lot (check out what has to be one of the spookiest looking churches I've ever seen in the main square). The bathrooms were in the common hall, but that wasn't a problem since I don't think anyone else was on the same floor. The bathrooms were clean and... More 

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Reviewed 28 March 2012

Excellent hotel reasonably priced with lovely clean and warm rooms. Centrally located and staff very helpful and friendly. Information readily available for local treks and will even arrange transport to beginning of routes. Only complaint is that breakfast not available until 10.00hrs so if you wish to start treks early you have arrange own. Other members of our party stayed... More 

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Reviewed 5 March 2012

February. The rooms were freezing cold. A popping element could not really provide warmth. Only one electrical outlet in the room. But the warmth of the staff and by the fire in the common areas on the ground floor compensated for it. It is a genuine old house with a lovely atmosphere and fine details like colorful old tile floors.... More 

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Reviewed 15 January 2012

The Casa de las piedras is perfectly located for walks or climbing and is right in the middle of Grazalema. Rooms are neat, comfortable and warm with great hot showers. Lovely room with wood fire downstairs and loads of local info on walking routes. Excellent friendly staff. The restaurant cannot be missed. Service was absolutely superb and the food was... More 

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Bristol, UK
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Reviewed 8 November 2011

The best thing is the location, right in the centre of the town. Rooms are basic but serviceable and the staff very friendly. Oh yes, and the price. At less that 50 euros it is exceptional value. My only negative is the restaurant where we had a very bad meal.

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
RURAL HOUSE - fully renovated traditional house from the 'age of splendour' of the textile industry in Grazalema (18th Century), situated in the centre of Grazalema. • ROOMS with private bathroom, heating and air conditioning • ROOMS with shared bathroom, and access to a kitchen and washing machine • Traditional Spanish patios; lounge with fireplace, tv, boardgames, and small library, internet access and WIFI open to the public • * Restaurant with a tipycal patio • Painting exhibitions, open to the public APARTMENTS - 1-2 bedrooms, kitchen-living area with fireplace, central heating, washing machine and microwave. SERVICES - cot, baby bath, rucksack suitable for carrying children, iron, dryer and TV for use in rooms available from reception • We organise: Tours sharing a car to the best walking routes, white villages, views of caves, archaeological sites, museums and more • Place to live your bikes or horses. Let us know in advance. • Transfer for you luggage or bikes if you prefer to hike to the next Hotel. • Up-to-date and informative website: accessing our website will keep you up-to-date with the latest news, offers, events and more that take place in our establishment as well as in the village and the area. You can also find information on activity-based visits and the companies that can provide this. The Area: The village of Grazalema is the best preserved village and the most central in 'Sierra de Cadiz' and the National Park of 'Sierra de Grazalema'. It is perfectly positioned for you to visit the other villages in the area and larger towns such as Ronda and Arcos. It is also a great place to stay to go hiking and take part in all sorts of other outdoor activities and there is an archaeological route that passes through the majority of the villages. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Casa de Las Piedras

Address: Calle Piedras 32, 11610 Grazalema, Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, Spain
Region: Spain > Andalucia > Province of Cadiz > Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park > Grazalema
Price Range: $66 - $144 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2 star — Casa de Las Piedras 2*
Number of rooms: 32
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“Rooms overlooking hotels quadrangle tend to be quiet, some have access to external tables and chairs.”
 of 5 bubbles IanofCF, 21 Apr 2016 | Read review
“We only ate in the hotel restaurant and, unfortunately, did not have the opportunity to experience the hotel.”
 of 5 bubbles WilliamGodley, 14 Apr 2016 | Read review
“Room 14 was nice, despite the small shower. Quiet and away from the central staircase. It had a nice, private feel about it.”
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 of 5 bubbles brigids2013, 12 Jul 2015 | Read review
“Ask for one with a view over the village. Some rooms have windows that open on to the balcony”
 of 5 bubbles Bulls_Fans, 30 Jul 2013 | Read review
“Parking is sparse if you arrive late. You will be parking on a steep alley in a tight space, in most of town.”
 of 5 bubbles JimY957, 25 Jun 2013 | Read review
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