Inns in Spain
Virgen de la Tejeda Sanctuary, in Belmonte - exterior
Would you like to enjoy a stay in unique accommodation? Come and discover Spain's inns. They are special buildings, either on account of their architecture, given that many have centuries of history, or on account of their location in stunning natural surroundings. They offer all kinds of creature comforts and excellent service. Welcome!
In recent years, inns have become an excellent choice for accommodation. Apart from the peace and quiet to be enjoyed in these places, at the same time you can discover many aspects of Spanish art, countryside and folklore. Not forgetting gastronomy of course, which has a privileged role in these generally small, cosy establishments.
Many Spanish regions offer this type of accommodation. Aragon, Extremadura and Castile-La Mancha are places where this kind of quality accommodation is especially prevalent.
Medieval monasteries, old palaces, convents, farmhouses, buildings with traditional regional architecture, old barns and flour mills are some of the constructions that have now been turned into inns. Many of them are real architectural gems that have been restored, combining traditional building with the modern comfort you would expect in the 21st century. Imagine sleeping in Rueda Monastery, 70 kilometres from Zaragoza, one of Europe's most important Cistercian monastery buildings. Or in a wonderfully restored olive oil mill in the Jerte Valley, Cáceres. Or even in a Sanctuary such as Nuestra Señora de Tejeda, in the province of Cuenca. All this, and much more, is possible at Spain's inns.
There are other, newer inns too, located in stunning spots, also offering excellent service with professional, personal attention, facilities where care is taken over every detail, and great value for money.
To sum up, this is an original way to enjoy Spain. There is still more, however: you will find a long list of activities available in many of these inns, including bike and horse-riding routes, adventure sports, guided outings and tours, quad-biking and 4x4 routes, fishing, Turkish baths, gastronomic tasting sessions, concerts... You can even organise business meetings and company events. You just have to choose where.