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All reviews flamenco singer the owner quaint hotel stayed here for one night private terrace dining room hot springs ham fresh fruit great hospitality quiet street helpful hosts excellent coffee old building great terrace six nights other guests
What an amazing little hotel with the most incredible location. Hotel is within walking distance of everything in town and located right on the edge of the canyon. The views are spectacular. Very nice breakfast and friendly staff. We absolutely loved this little town and...More
Advice: Park on the square below and walk one street up with your suitcase. Two sisters run the hotel, in a pleasant relaxed atmosphere. Hotel is full of pictures from the family (father flamencosinger) and well chosen pieces of mostly local art. They show a...More
If driving you approach down a narrow street .....hotel is on right. Park and put luggage in hotel before going in car a few yards , turn left and at the bottom there is a public car park which is free.
The owner is lovely...More
Paco was an efficient, and friendly host, with informed advice on walking and other activities around the town. He made it feel like home from home. Superb location in quiet street, with a magnificent view of the Tajo Valley from the terrace at the back....More
We booked a short break here with friends following a personal recommendation. We weren't disappointed. The hotel/BB is quirky and typical of the town. It is built on the old walls of the town atop the side of a gorge. This provides spectacular views from...More
Response from silverfeet | Reviewed this property |
Sorry didn't reply sooner but was on holiday. There appeared to be buses in the village but we had hired a car. They do have a tourist office and the staff speak excellent English. If you are staying at Hotel La Seguiriya... More
Sorry didn't reply sooner but was on holiday. There appeared to be buses in the village but we had hired a car. They do have a tourist office and the staff speak excellent English. If you are staying at Hotel La Seguiriya don't worry the manager has lived in England and is extremely helpful.