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Whether a rustic rural, old country estate, traditional villa or castle hotel, accommodation is carefully selected to always reflect the character and charm of the destination you are staying in. Some properties are situated in a stunning setting or have an interesting historical and architectural heritage; whilst others may be chosen for their owner-hosted welcome or excellent food. Character is not a substitute for quality and comfort however and at all of our hotels, you're guaranteed an en-suite, a great night's sleep and delicious food. There are a choice of twin, double or single rooms and while room sizes in older buildings may vary, each room will have its own unique style and character. Below is a selection of some of our special accommodations.

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Las Casas de la Juderia

Las Casa de la JuderiaLas Casas de la Juderia is a luxurious hotel nestled in the heart of Cordoba, offering direct access to all major attractions, historical landmarks, museums, restaurants and entertainment venues. Rooms at Las Casas de la Judería boast original features with state-of-the-art comforts. Admire the architecture of el Siglo del Oro, relax by the outdoor swimming pool, unwind with a drink at the in-house bar or on the traditional patio.


Carlos V

Carlos VSituated in the historic city of Toledo, hosts this 3-star flagship hotel has previously welcomed John Wayne and Claudia Cardinale.




Hotel Catalonia Reina Victoria

Hotel Catalonia Reina VictoriaThe hotel was completely renovated in 2012 and is set in a unique environment, amidst a beautiful pine forest, overlooking the famous Tajo de Ronda. Around the hotel, which has 95 rooms fully equipped, there is a pretty garden of 3,000 m2 where guests can enjoy a swimming pool and a sun terrace with sun loungers and parasols.


Hotel Puerta de la Luna

Hotel Puerta de la LunaThe hotel is housed in a magnificent XVI century building which was Davila's family residence. Davila was one of the protagonists in the Jaen reconquest to the moors during the XV century. In the heart of the old town of Baeza, the Hotel Puerta de la Luna is located only 40 meters from the cathedral and is surrounded by narrow alleys where you can enter into nedieval Spain. The palace has been completely refurbished in total respect of its original architecture.

Hotel Hospederia de Leyre

Hospederia de LeyreThe hotel is located within Leyre Monastery – one of the most important historical monasteries in Spain. Dating from at least 842, the working monastery sits atop a hill, affording spectacular views across the surrounding countryside. Guests can take a tour of the monastery, including the Romanesque 11th-century crypt, or just relax in the tranquillity of the stunning surroundings as the Benedictine Monks’ Gregorian Chants chime in the background.

Related Tour – Highlights of Northern Spain

Porto Cristo

Porto CristoThis restored former winery is just metres from Port de la Selva Beach, just outside the Cap de Creus National Park.

Related Tour – Highlights of Northern Spain



San Ramon del Somontano

San Ramon del SomontanoThis boutique hotel occupies a well-known Art Nouveau building in the centre of Barbastro, Huesca. It has a spa centre with contrast showers, a Turkish bath, a sauna and swimming pools.

Related Tour – Highlights of Northern Spain


Astoria 7

Astoria 7The Astoria7 is themed around cinema and the San Sebastian Film Festival. Each room offers free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TV’s and is dedicated to an actor or director who has visited the city. The stylish, soundproofed rooms at the Astoria7 feature contemporary décor.Each air-conditioned room has a satellite TV and a marble bathroom with a magnifying mirror. The lounge library at Astoria7 has free internet terminals and a selection of books and films for guests. There is also a gym on-site. The Astoria7 is set in the former Astoria Cinema, by the River Urumea.

Related Tour – Highlights of Northern Spain


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