This is a very pleasant place to stay. It's delightful old building, wonderfully preserved and the owners seem to truly enjoy entertaining their guests. It's located in the historic part of town, near the cathedral and, more importantly for us, many fine tapas bars. The view of the countryside from the rooms is precious.
Much of the charm of Arcos is in the very narrow, cobblestone streets that wind up and down the town, shared a bit nervously by both pedestrians and cars. Unless you're Mario Andretti, forget about driving to La Casa de Bovedas; park at the bottom of town and take a taxi (our cab driver had to close his outside mirrors to avoid scraping the walls, to give you an example of the narrowness of the streets). Once you get to Bovedas, it will be well worth the effort; La Casa and Arcos are entrancing, a very memorable experience.More