We stayed here for 8 days for canyoning adventures with our 2 daughters. The house is beautiful, Jose Luis is a fantastic host, and the village of Alquezar is amazing. I hope to return soon and I will of course stay at Alodia every time I visit.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Casa Alodia consists of two buildings. In the building located on San Gregorio Street, you will find olivo (olive tree) and almendro (almond tree), ideal for two couples or a family with children. The rooms are decorated with alabaster windows, unpolished marble floors... The same style applies for the four rooms in the Arrabal Street building: boj (box), madrono (strawberry Tree), juncal (reed bed), and encina (oak), these last two with a terrace. Every detail in Alodia is inspired by the trees that the rooms are named after, with handcrafted touches. ... more less
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