This charming 18th century village house has been completely renovated by its friendly owners/managers Inma and Miguel who pride themselves on their hospitality. The inn is located behind the Romanesque church of Santa Marta which along with the 12th century catsle are just two of the many historical sites to be seen in the monumental village of Uncastillo. The main entrance to the inn features a lovely stone floor resembling the one in the neaby Plaza Santa Marta. On the ground floor is the guests dining room, furnished with wooden tables where a delicious breakfast is served in front of a cosy log fire ( the local cakes are a treat). There is also a comfortable lounge with beamed ceiling and terracotta flooring which adds to the rustic ambiance. The walls are painted in pastel colours and feature exposed stone in places. All of the bedrooms are named after a church in the village, for there are six Romanesque churches to be found in Uncastillo. The bedrooms, despite being a little on the small side, are tastefully decorated and thoughtfully furnished: wrought-iron headboard, matching prints, dried flowers, antique washbasin, equipped with television and piped music. Each has its own private bathroom.
Those interested in Romanesque architecture will find this a fascinating place to stay. Walkers will enjoy discovering the nearby Santo Domingo Mountains and the fascinating Bárdena Reales which brings to mind Arizona in the United States. The lovely village of Sos del Rey Católico is also worth visiting.
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