If you’re looking for a boutique pension (b&b) in Ronda, look no further than Baraka Boutique Pension.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Ronda, Baraka Boutique Pension is located a short distance from Old City (0.0 mi) and Puente Viejo (0.1 mi).
You can take advantage of some of the amenities offered by Baraka Hotel, including a rooftop terrace, outdoor furniture, and a sun terrace. As an added convenience, there is paid public parking available nearby.
While in Ronda be sure to experience local shrimp favorites at Santa Maria, Bodega Bar Restaurante San Francisco, or Albacara Restaurant.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Puente Nuevo Bridge (0.1 mi), Plaza de Toros (0.3 mi), or El Tajo de Ronda (0.1 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
The staff at Baraka Boutique Pension looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
The Baraka is in the old town very close to Ronda's amazing 'new' bridge. We were looked after exceptionally well and given brilliant advice on places to visit. Check out the little roof terrace. Highly recommended.
I have loved my visit to Ronda. Getting there was easy with the instructions I received upfront. Parking the car was a bit of a challenge but that is the charme of staying in these old small towns. Anahid's instructions combined with the google maps advise will get you to a free parking space. Then it is just your parking skills that will do the last trick. The room I had was on the ground floor. Good bed, nice facilities such as coffee and tea and fridge. The bed was comfy and the shower was really nice! Don't forget to watch sunset on the patio terrace on top of the building! So.. don't stay 1 night. Stay minimum 2 nights or more. As soon as all the tourbusses go at the end of the afternoon you will see and experience a great atmosphere in Ronda. And Baraka pension is located perfectly for that.…
Baraka is three minutes from the dramatic gorge that brings many tourists to Ronda - but is itself tucked away in a quiet alley. Anahid makes her guests feel very welcome and special. Ronda was beautiful but we loved having our little oasis to escape to, away from the crowds and with a rooftop view across town and country. A really perfect place to stay and highly recommended to anyone who appreciates the personal touch - just lovely.
Baraka is a lovely pension tucked away off the main street in Ronda, but only minutes from the New Bridge. The house has been restored by the delightful owner Anahid, who treats guests as if they were members of her own family, but without being overbearing. There are just two lovely and well equipped double rooms here off a central terrace area, and guests also have access to the roof terrace where Anahid encourages you to take a bottle of wine and enjoy the views and the sunset, which are spectacular. Recommendations of tapas bars and restaurants were spot on, and we enjoyed some of our best food in Andalucia whilst in Ronda. Given the location, quality of the accommodation, welcome that is second to none and reasonable prices, I can't think why anyone would want to stay anywhere else in Ronda.…
This was a fantastic experience which I'll split into three: Location - you won't find a better positioned accommodation in Ronda situated in the heart of the old town by the New Bridge with easy access to all the sights, bars and eateries. With this in mind the price of the room is an absolute bargain. Accommodation - the double room we stayed in was cosy yet comfortable and perfect for a few nights stay. It was clean with a powerful shower. Tea and coffee were also provided and a fridge and microwave in case you felt the urge to self cater. A lovely covered courtyard is a great way to socialise, chat, have a coffee and relax. The building has an authentic Andalusian appearance and is in keeping with the period of the old town. The crowning glory however is the roof terrace with sweeping views of the city and surrounding mountains. There is nothing better than sipping a Rioja as the sunsets soaking up the warm Andalusian air. The Host - Anahid made us feel so welcome and her alone makes Baraka such a magical place to stay. We never felt like guests but family members greeted warmly each morning with a smile and friendly advice about what to do and where to eat. Which, were right on point each time as we were never disappointed. She would prepare an Arabic coffee and cake and we would talk life, love, travel and politics. Not only had she left an endearing memory of my Ronda experience but I've also gained a friend. I could not highly recommend enough that you book your stay at this delightful place if not just to meet a truly remarkable woman. …