This hotel is on the main N330, right at the entrance to this small, working wine town. There is a wine museum but not much else to see (it is a working town!) However it is a convenient stop-over for Belchite (the Civil War site), Calatayud and Zaragoza. Fuendetodos (Goya's birthplace) is very near.
The hotel is modern with large, comfortable rooms overlooking its own vineyard. There is ample free parking. The food was first class and terrific value.The evening meal (not before 8:30 pm) is a menu 'degustacion', but there is enough choice to satisfy anyone. It was beautifully prepared and presented. The salad was the finest I have ever eaten! There was an excellent choice of the hotel's own wines either by the bottle or 'copa'. The meal was the equal of the finest meal we had on this tour and half the price. The hotel is run by a very charming and helpful young woman with a really 'cool' taste in unobtrusive background jazz tapes. It should not be missed if the opportunity arises.
There is not much in the town, we wanted to visit Belchite (20 minutes away). It was the town Franco would not allow to be rebuilt after its devastation in the Civil War. Wally Tapsell of the British Battalion fell here. Worth a visit.
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