Looking for a place to stay in Berlanga de Duero? Then look no further than Hotel Rural Villa de Berlanga, a quaint hotel that brings the best of Berlanga de Duero to your doorstep.
Rooms at Hotel Rural Villa de Berlanga offer a flat screen TV, a kitchenette, and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A sun terrace, newspaper, and baggage storage are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. An on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Hotel Rural Villa de Berlanga, free parking is available.
Ermita de Nuestra Senora de las Torres (2.6 mi), located nearby, makes Hotel Rural Villa de Berlanga a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Berlanga de Duero landmark.
While in Berlanga de Duero be sure to experience nearby Mediterranean restaurants such as Casa Vallecas or LAS CASAS DE PANDREULA.
If you’re looking for something to do, Colegiata de Berlanga de Duero (0.0 mi) and Centro de Interpretacion de San Baudelio (0.2 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel Rural Villa de Berlanga.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Rural Villa de Berlanga as you experience everything Berlanga de Duero has to offer.
Small Hotel in centre of nice small town. Staff extremely helpful. The room I stayed in was the best I had ever stayed in Spain. Nice bar with cheap plain food that was extremely nice. Would recommend.strongly.
we booked this from the photos displayed on the Booking and TA websites - we were put in a room that bore no relation to the these photos - it had such a low ceiling that I could not stand up in it and the window was just a slit with a bright light shining in the frame that was impossible to turn off. We were unable to change rooms as hotel was full.
Berlanga is a small village and its claim to fame is that Fray Tomas de Berlanga, a Bishop who In 1535, sailed to Peru to settle a dispute between Francisco Pizarro and Diego de Almagro over division of territory after the conquest of the Inca Empire. His ship stalled when the winds died and strong currents carried him out to the Galápagos Islands which he thus discovered on March 10, 1535. Th village is very quite and is rich in Architecture. The Hotel is housed in an old building in one of the main squares but inside is all mod cons and very confortable. We stayed only one night as the following day it was full. The kitchen which was located on the third floor only a few feet away from our lovely room was modern and provided drinks and snacks. The modern bathroom was a pleasure and in cold days the ample bath must be a delight to enjoy. It is not cheap at 70 euros but worth the price.…
More of a spacious suite rather than a bedroom with the use of a well-equipped kitchen on the floor above from where there is a great view of the castle. As we were only staying one night we made little use of the extra facilities preferring to stay in the very spacious and well appointed room. The only downside was the leather style settee had some damage to it but that did not matter as there were another couple of armchairs. The place was exceptionally clean and comfortable with an excellent and large shower and bathroom with very good wifi connection. We stayed on a Saturday night but did not hear any bell ringing although we were opposite the church. Highly recommended.
My wife and I spent two nights here at the end of September and, without meaning to sound overly sentimental, we loved it. Since it was out of season and during the week the hotel was less than full. Therefore we basically had one of the best rooms in the house. I use the word house here metaphorically since the hotel is extremely modern inside, with clean wooden floors, a fantastic bathroom, and importantly for me, no curtains or carpets, that usually collect noxious dust. Our room was on the third floor with an incredible view of the magnificent fortress on the hill. There is an elevator so getting up and down is no problem. On the third floor there is a type of lounge, with some books, another television, and a kitchen, which we didn't have to use. Outside this lounge there is a balcony with more views of the castle on the hill. Next to the hotel, with a glass door connecting the two, is a café/bar--also very modern with artistic decoration--where you can take meals or just have a beer or coffee. We actually ate two complete meals there and they were excellent, and with very reasonable prices. You can eat very well for around twelve euros a head, and when I say well I mean dishes like mussels in spicey sauce. The patatas bravas (angry potatoes) are also very good. The hotel is very well situated, being right in front of the massive Colegiata church, to which a visit is highly recommended. There is a small bakery down the street with very good pastries. Parking is easy and couldn't be safer--right in front of the hotel. One thing you don't have to worry about in Berlanga is parking or traffic. The town, at least when we were there, was deserted. July or August might be different though. Last but not least, let me mention that the high point of our stay was the treatment we received by one of the owners, Carlos, and especially by the vivacious, simpática Araceli, who was at the front desk. She treated us as if we were her lost parents--maybe I should say grandparents here. She is truly a jewel in the crown that is the Hotel Rural Villa de Berlanga.…