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Reviewed 13 September 2017

Haven't been to Casares (village of) for over thirty five years and very little has changed!
Only one choice of Hotel and Sonja and her mother make you most welcome! After dark, the Plaza is heaving and, for 'people watcher's' there is so much to see!
Afterwards and back to the hotel, so very comfortable in a very rural way for a good nights sleep in very comfortable surroundings. In the morning, views to die for so, as Arnold would say, "we will be back" !!!

Room tip: Take your own sink & bath plugs!!
Date of stay: September 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank JohnNerding
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Reviewed 19 August 2017

Nice little family run hotel. Clean room with comfortable bed and strange pillows. The view from the balcony was stunning. The room was hot with no aircon but a fan was provided which helped overnight when it cooled down. We stayed for 2 nights and were well satisfied. The hike up the hill to the car park was daunting for us old fogies to say the least! Young and fit would probably take it on without problem.

Date of stay: August 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank yukonau
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Reviewed 7 July 2017

Charming little hotel in beautiful mountain village of Casres. Views from little balcony were stunning. Good size room, large bathroom, comfy bed. Steep hill to reach it. Lady that runs it speaks no English (which is fine), so transalatotr progarmme was useful. Wi fi worked one side of room, but not other, but you are literally up a mountain so not really a problem. Nice crusty baguettes for breakfast with drinks , but too late at 9-11am, - Some days we wanted to go out early. . Having said that if you want a true Spanish experience in a stunning loaction this is for you. A car really is a must if you want to see beaches & larger towns. We would def. return here.

Room tip: Take water to room as bar is closed in evenings & quite a walk for refreshments.
Date of stay: July 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank dawnand2
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Reviewed 27 November 2016

This is the only hotel in town. Therefore if you want to be in this small village so that you can go in the evening to have dinner and walk around you have no choice. It s reasonable. Views from the rooms are excellent. All the way to the sea. Breafast (included) is good. Two good pieces of Casares bread that is more than enough with a expresso (spanish style). If everything, room + breakfast cost 50 euros (October 2016), you cannot ask for more. You can find some details that need to be repaired in the batromm, maybe, minro details. Certainly the owner, a lady fully dedicated to the business, must prefer to keep prices low. But the hotel has a great quality/price ratio. Absolutetally recommended. It offers the possibility to know a great area in Southern Spain

Date of stay: October 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Andychicagoan
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Reviewed 6 December 2014

Small inn in the middle of the town of Casares in Andalusia. Neat little town, but not much to do. As marked by a sign next to the entrance, it is a two star hotel. It could be a three-star, because the rooms are nice. Some even have little balconies. However the shower was out of control. Jumping from ice cold immediately to scolding hot with changes in pressure capable of cornering you while hosing you down with hot (or icy) water. The stream easily gets through the flimsy curtain and the water ends up on the floor with no way to escape. The inn keeper could have been a bit more generous with free "breakfast". Let's just say one would want to know that it means dry bread and coffee / orange juice, especially before a long bike trip, or some thing strenuous like that. It's better to know ahead and bring your own food.

Room tip: Don't count on wifi working in your room
Date of stay: November 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank JarvNY
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