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Las Casitas de Papel

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Property amenities
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
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Valladolid Airport25 km
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Cadiz, Spain
Reviewed 19 Sep 2016
Stayed here for one night on way to Santander. It was ideal for us. Right in the middle of this charming village with parking just round the corner. Apartment comfortable with all mod cons. Outside, a walled courtyard garden with mature shrubs and flowers. Tasty raspberries! Make your own breakfast is included, if a little limited. Owner very friendly and helpful.
1 Thank engalgado
Carisbrooke, United Kingdom
Reviewed 24 Mar 2014
Five Englishmen, Mike, Ray, Malc, Mick, John from the Isle of Wight in our 70s and 80s enjoying a cycling holiday in rural north Spain in unexpectedly chilly May. We usually go camping so the accommodation was super-luxurious with over-night cover for our bicycles as well.
Palencia was about 15 miles away - we took the train from Santander to here - and Vallolddod was about 20; both very interesting towns (cities?). Medina, at about 13 was a lovely town with good cycling along the canal and the tracks (the Camino) across the hills. Most of the countryside is fairly flat with vast fields of grass crop with no shelter so the wind was a problem on some days. We often stopped at small villages or hamlets to find a bar for coffee or a beer and were treated like royalty even though they spoke no English and we spoke no more than a dozen words of Spanish!
One of our party was a bit ill on the ferry and gave up the ride from Palencia to Ampudia about 3 miles short. Our host, Antonio, brought him to Ampudia and the next day took him to Palencia Hospital where he was diagnosed with a severe gall-stone problem. Some days later, Antonio picked him up from the hospital and brought him "home". I think Las Casitas de Papel deserves a DOUBLE five-star rating just for this attention. Incidentally, our casualty got first-class treatment at the hospital and, using his European Health Insurance Card, it cost nothing except a few euros for drugs when he got "home".
While in Ampudia, you must visit the Castle and its museum only a few minutes from Las Casitas, a superb collection of typically Spanish clutter! Also the church was interesting, guided by a lovely young lady who we later saw leading some sort of parade through the village.
2 Thank John_Sole_CEng
Plymouth, United Kingdom
Reviewed 28 Jul 2013
We were very lucky to find this excellently decorated and well appointed holiday apartment especially as our stay - one week- was at the same time as the Music/ Dance festival.
The fact that there isn't any designated parking should not be a considered a problem as we always found a space opposite the apartment whatever time we arrived.
The apartment is on the first floor, a well lit wide staircase took us to its front door. There were others staying at the same time and although there was some noise from the children it did not spoil our enjoyment.
The kitchen, lounge and bedroom are all fitted out to a high standard and although the 'en suite' is partitioned by a glass door, it is perfectly acceptable.
For us the only downside is the lack of private outdoor seating for this particular apartment. We would suggest that if available, and should you wish to, perhaps booking the Manila house, much bigger and obviously more expensive but direct access to a very private and secluded walled garden would be better. If we come back again with our 'grown up' family we would certainly do this.
2 Thank maria1joe
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US$64 - US$132 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
SpainCastile and LeonProvince of PalenciaAmpudia
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