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Featuring a terrace and garden fitted with chairs and tables, Posada Real Ruralmusical overlooks the hills, 5 mi from Bejar. It offers accommodations with a classic décor and wood beamed ceilings. Great location and friendly, informative hosts. Superb, 200 year building that used to be a chocolate factory. Original beams and well designed rooms.
Surrounded by 16404 ft² of gardens, El Rincón de Castilla has an outdoor pool. Free private parking is offered and the Covatilla Ski Resort is a 10-minute drive away. The pool and grounds are lovely and we made plenty of use of it. The owner was cheerful and did her best to help despite our lack of Spanish (our fault)
Located in Cantagallo, El Tirol has a garden and terrace. The guesthouse features family rooms. At the guesthouse, rooms contain a desk, a TV and a private bathroom. The rooms have a closet. A real authentic Spanish home. Great character, really comfy beds , warm and cosy. Breakfast was by a roaring log fire. Easy access from motorway. Would definitely book here again if we are traveling through the area and it was also fog friendly.
Featuring green gardens with a shared outdoor pool and a large, furnished terrace, Chozos Rurales El Solitario is set just off the A-66 Motorway in the countryside outside Baños de Montemayor. A great place to stay with a family! We could walk into town easily and the meal at the restaurant was lovely. Very unique and cost! Would definitely recommend staying here.
I didn't actually explore Puerto de Béjar as I went to a village in the opposite direction, La Garganta. I can tell you about that if you like. It was excellent and a super place from which to explore the mountains. It has great bars in the Plaza but, unfortunately, no places to stay. The people are very friendly and it's a great little village.
If you travel regularly on this route you will have seen Béjar - it is worth a closer look. Shabby now maybe, but a fascinating history especially of textiles. We understand the bull-ring (sorry - do not approve of bull fighting) is the oldest in Spain. Hills are a little steep but we hope to explore the town further in future.
Very difficult to recommend because we just had an overnight stop on our way to southern Portugal. The weather was wet and cold and very misty so you did not appreciate the views. Am sure it is a very nice area but we didn't get to see it.