Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Zafra, Parador de Zafra is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its romantic environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Parador de Zafra makes it easy to enjoy the best of Zafra.
Parador de Zafra is a romantic hotel offering a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free internet access is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and a lounge, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Zafra. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
Close to some of Zafra's most popular landmarks, such as Casa Consistorial de Zafra (0.2 mi) and Arco Del Cubo (0.3 mi), Parador De Zafra Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
While in Zafra, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Parador De Zafra Hotel, including El Comeero (0.2 mi), La Rebotica (0.2 mi), and El Acebuche (0.1 mi).
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Ciudad de Zafra (0.1 mi), Museo Santa Clara (0.1 mi), and Plaza Grande (0.2 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Parador de Zafra is sure to make your visit to Zafra one worth remembering.
Smaller than usual Paradore room with no comfortable chairs to sit on. .Room overlooked local square which was quite noisy until nearly midnight. There was nowhere comfortable to sit outside (or in the room). the pool was closed and there were only a few metal chairs in the small garden. It was difficult to get a table to sit at for an aperitif because of the number of non residents.The atrium was spectacular and was a great setting for the restaurant. Compared to other Paradores, this was poorly signposted with no private parking but reasonably priced spaces in the local square..
We loved this Parador. Set in the 15thC Palace de los Duques de Feria in the centre of town. Thankfully, parking was easy and we were given a 24 hours permit to show in the windscreen. We walked, (in pouring rain, we've been unlucky with the weather on the second half of this Parador trip in SW Spain) to Plaza Grande where there are a good selection of restaurants and cafes. We did notice an awful lot of empty shops on the way, sadly. Due to the pouring rain, we did splash out and ate in the restaurant. A delightful place with very attentive and professional staff. We enjoyed the food but thought 14€ for Gazpacho was a bit steep, not that we ordered it! Like most Paradors, they do provide the opportunity to try regional and local varieties of food, but it does come at a price! That said, we thoroughly enjoyed it, Tomorrow in monsoon-like conditions, we move on to Parador de Córdoba. The Zafra Parador we recommend without hesitation.…
I rode north of Cadiz, easy to get out of and kept off the A and AP roads. Mostly across the plains and big skies. Seville wasn't very easy to negotiate at first as the ring road is closed. Zafra is great. I really liked the place, the walk through the shops and the lovely square with Palm trees, at one end. Into Zafra, roundabout take the left and the right at the park. The Parador is on your left. I parked right outside. It is a classic Parador, very old building with many Moorish touches. The food was ok, bit disappointed not to eat in the restaurant because a "group" had it booked. The tv was stuck on a Chinese documentary channel. Breakfast was ok and not helpful that reception couldn't help me with a map to my next Parador.
The building and its location breath history and provided us with a relaxing and pleasant surrounding. We were lucky to oxupy the superior room in the tower. The courtyard of the hotel has been renovated and maintained really nicely, and the atmosphere is really pleasant. Drinks and food are good and reasonably priced given the location and quality, and the staff in the bar and restuarant were very friendly. The rooms are neat and well equiped. Although, obviously, the building and atmosphere are historic, the bathrooms could use an update (mostly regarding material used such as tiles and plastic, because the facilities are alright). The bed we had was quite hard and the pillows either soft or thick (which is a matter if preference), so if you consider making a reservation, you may want to ask the hotel about types of beds beforehand. …
A great experience, like going back in time to the Middle Ages. My girlfriend felt like a princess in the castle. Excellent sleep and very good typical restaurant. Definitely worth a stay on the way from Andalusia to Extremadura