This is a Casa Rural in Almagro, Spain. The rooms are spotlessly clean but it is more like staying in someone's house than a hotel and the rooms do lack TVs and telephones. The property is an easy walk from the town's main square where there are plenty of bars and cafes. We visited in July during the town's arts festival and I suspect there is little or nothing to do there if you visit at other times of the year. The town is basically a reasonably picturesque Spanish small town. The owners of the property do go a long way to make guests feel welcome. The breakfast is made up of homemade Spanish omelette, fruit and cold meats, bread and cheese. The first day I asked for hot chocolate which they didn't have and the following day hot chocolate was produced. All in all this is a quaint smaill hotel and worth a visit.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking