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Rusticae Hotel Barosse

(Huesca, Spain)

Phone+34 974 360 582

The Huescan Pyrenees are a world of intense emotions, and southern Jaca a window to the Collarada and Pala de Ip peaks. Barosse is a small, charming hotel situated in the urban area of Barós, a district of Jaca. This stretch of the Road to Santiago has an 11th century Romanesque church and a number of other gems which are a must for visitors, especially if climate change starts to warm up the winter season, as Huesca has much more to offer than just skiing. The hotel building’s stonework has been given a new lease of life, rescued from the ruins of a house that was previously the Pardina de Paternoy. José and Gustavo run Barosse, and love to redecorate its six rooms. An antique brass tap presided over by an engraved baroque sun enhances the terrace at the entrance to the property. The dining room contains an oval table for communal meals while individual tables are located on the terrace with views of the garden and Pyrenean landscape. A cosy living room is ideal for reading and relaxing to music, and the individually decorated bedrooms offer harmony and comfort. The relaxation room, complete with a Jacuzzi, sauna and treatments is truly welcome following a day of exploration.

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Rusticae Hotel Terra Bonansa

(Huesca, Spain)

Phone+34 974 554 097

Set within the mountains of Aragon, situated exactly in Bonansa, makes it the perfect location to be in contact with nature and observe the most breathtaking views of the region. Here you can visit the National Park of Aigüestortes, Valley of Boí, Valley of Arán and Valley of Benasque, its surroundings allow you to do different activities such as trekking, ski, rafting, among others. Classified as an eco-friendly hotel, this place introduces a bioclimatic construction based on a contemporary design, also shown in its materials but always committed with the environment by using renewable sources, and having a responsible consumption. This property offers a shared lounge, library, beautiful garden, spa, stunning big windows where you can see the beautiful valley and a restaurant that offers 100% homemade food with local products.

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Rusticae Balcón de Córdoba

(Cordoba, Spain)

Phone+34 957 498 478

Returning to Cordoba is like travelling back through time to a bygone era. The traveller is immersed in a unique cultural ambience—the very cradle of modern science and letters. Here, just a few steps from the Mosque of Cordoba, awaits the Hotel Balcón del Córdoba, a seventeenth century house with three patios and a torreón—with truly breathtaking views of the city. Passing through its doors, one leaves behind the maze of ancient roads of the old quarter to enter a calm, cool world of peacefulness and contemplation. The seductive murmur of water flowing through fountains—tastefully adorned with Roman columns and artefacts—permeates patios, terraces and rooms. Classical, Islamic and Spanish styles, tinged with Flemish and European influences, are masterfully intermingled in this exemplary version of a traditional Andalusian home. Gazing inward through latticework onto three patios and opening outward onto spectacular terraces, each of the ten rooms has been imbued with a unique character, and each whispers the mythological roots of Mediterranean culture. The elegance and freshness of fabrics and tapestries in shades of white, gray and earth tones are accompanied by appointments that feature functionality, quality materials, and original and exclusive objets d’art. At the Hotel Balcón de Córdoba, all elements clearly conspire to enhance the elegance and serenity of their surroundings, which proudly open out over the city through a number of terraces. From the loftiest of these, one may glimpse the privileges and secrets jealously guarded by the Cathedral’s bell tower, while she, in turn, majestically reflects the evocative words of Antonio Gala, "...and yet again, one understands why, in this land, both heart and memory have always been intertwined."

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Rusticae Hotel Nabia

(Candeleda, Spain)

Phone+34 920 382 307

In the heart of the Tiétar Valley, on the south side of the Sierra de Gredos mountain range very close to the Virgen de Chilla shrine, this wonderful charming hotel has truly breathtaking views. Once you arrive to Nabia Hotel you realize just how much the difficult road access is worthwhile. Iñigo and Sofía are the perfect hosts for this charming hotel which they profess is the fruit of a romantic dream of two people who fell in love with the place and decided to build a hotel on the peak of a mountain. The dream came true and was named after a goddess. Nabia is the name of an ancient goddess of water and rivers and also valleys and places that lie between mountains where sacred waters flow. Without a shadow of a doubt Tiétar, Gredos and the Almanzor mountain are examples of such places in Avila. Its twelve elegantly decorated rooms have panoramic views of the valley stretching as far as the eye can see. The common areas are comfortable and welcoming and have been decorated with great attention to detail by Sofía herself. It is an ideal place to relax next to the fireplace watching the sea of clouds that sometimes gather over the Tiétar valley. The spectacular swimming pool offers the best vest views of the valley and is without a doubt the true Olympus where Nabia is more present than ever.

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Rusticae Hotel Quinta de Villanueva

(Asturias, Spain)

Phone+34 985 412 804

The houses previously owned by indianos (Spaniards who made their fortunes in Latin America) that line the north of the Spanish Mainland are full of character. Crossing the threshold inspires you to find out more about the whirlwind lives led by these extravagant emigrants. The Quinta de Villanueva small charming hotel dates back to 1908, and is registered in Asturias as a building of Architectural Patrimony. This stunning house with its masonry structure, balconies, stone and wood enclosed viewing galleries and large garden stands atop a hillock half way between the Cuera mountain and the sea. This vantage point affords a view of the neighbouring peaks and the stunning Oscuro Valley spreading out serenely behind the hotel. The hotel retains the splendour of its era and an air of ancestry reigns in the mahogany entrance, magnificent stairway and the ceiling frescos. Its 19 bedrooms and communal rooms contain antique and colonial furniture combined with modern tapestries, creating a warm feel. Access to the hotel is adapted for those with reduced mobility. Breakfast consists of homemade pastries, cold meats, cheeses and fresh orange juice, befitting the air of times gone by.

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Rusticae Riad Abracadabra

(Marrakech, Morocco)

Phone+212 611 324269

Despite tourism, the Marrakech medina is a world that remains true to itself. Walking through its winding streets you can see that, as fifteen years ago, things are still real. And in the midst of it all, five minutes from Jemaa-el-Fnà square and within the old walls, Inés and Bruno, two Catalans –cousins and partners– bought this classic Riad, the old Derkaoui, from a local aristocratic family. After two years of restoration using local materials such as tadelakt (stucco), and Fes zellige (mosaic) or bejmat (baked clay) they have opened Riad Abracadabra, with the aim of creating a magical space. The solid façade insulates the interior from the boiling chaos of humanity and the cocktail of aromas of the souks in the Medina. The interior is an oasis of cool and the subtle scent of rose petals. On the roof, open to the sky, a great terrace, furnished with armchairs and loungers, a bar serving a selection of cocktails and tables for enjoying breakfast as day dawns over the city. According to the time of day this is the space for enjoying the swimming pool, contemplating the sunset, drinking a mint tea or lounging on the sun beds with a view over the rooftops of Marrakech, the minarets, the parabolic antennae and the snowy peaks of the Atlas mountains.

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Rusticae Torre do Rio

(Pontevedra, Spain)

Phone+34 986 540 513

Set in a landscape of great natural beauty, surrounded by the river Umia, this traditional rural house boasts lots of charm. Relax in the spacious, light and tastefully decorated rooms. You can also take a stroll through the gardens of the estate and the surrounding countryside. The establishment boasts various other facilities, including a lounge, gallery and library. It enjoys a convenient location, away from the bustle of daily modern life, but near major centres such as Pontevedra and Santiago.

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Rusticae Hotel Teatrisso

(La Rioja, Spain)

Phone+34 941327453

Hotel Teatrisso is a lovely boutique hotel situated in the medieval village of Cuzcurrita-Río Tirón in the La Rioja Region only 43 km from Logroño and surrounded by the best wine cellars of Europe. This noble house was built in the 17th century and now has been restored into a stunning small charming hotel. During the 20s and 30s they walls projected black and white films as well as theatre plays and ballroom dance. This is why each of the 12 room has a different decoration following a common theme: cinema, theatre, literature and music. So you can imagine how special this place is. An array of activities are offered in the area, such as fishing and hiking. Vitoria-Gasteiz is 42 km from Hotel Teatrisso, while Haro is 10 km from the property. The nearest airport is Bilbao Airport, 85 km from the property

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Rusticae El Acebo de Casa Muria

(Huesca, Spain)

Phone+34 974 111 313

Peering out of a window, you are greeted by the silhouette of the famous Gallinero peak, home to the Cerler black run at the Benasque ski resort in Huesca. Views to the south however overlook the dense forest, bursting with mix of deciduous and evergreen trees. Nature lovers will appreciate such a privileged location, where a holly bush creeping over the walls has grown to such huge proportions that it brings into question the very laws of nature. Mountains, forest, an abundance of holly and four buildings unite on a lush incline to create the El Acebo de Casa Muria small charming hotel. Strolling in the grounds fills you with a sense of well being, whilst inside, Jennifer and José Luis pay homage to the emblematic mountains of the world and their respective cultures. The Toubkal bedroom finds its inspiration in Morocco, Fujiyama is brimming with Zen, whilst Posets pays its respects to the Pyrenees; delicious ethnic and contemporary atmospheres bursting with beautiful details. Modern sculptures from the hand of the artist Vicente García Plana fill the outdoor spaces and reception area, reinforcing the delightfully harmonious combination of modern and traditional architecture. The ground floor lounge, where the stables once stood, combines metre thick walls; neutral tones; a deep comfortable sofa; and a fire place to bring that sense of well being indoors.

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Rusticae Hotel Can Simoneta 5*

(Majorca, Spain)

Phone+34 971 816 110

Can Simoneta small charming hotel is set in a privileged, natural location on an impressive cliff overlooking the sea in Mallorca. It has two buildings that are over 140 years old that have been restored using the same stone as the rocks on the cliff. There is direct access to a cove via a spiral staircase that has been carved into the rock in addition to a path that winds round the cliff with very cosy corners adorned with sun loungers. The decor chosen for the hotel has been kept simple with pale colours and minimalist furnishing using good quality materials such as marble, wood and glass. In winter the fireplaces heat the common areas such as the restaurant and the winter lounge, whilst in summer guests can enjoy the excellent terraces and a large Mediterranean garden. The layout is designed to make the most of the natural environment opening out to the sea and just a few metres away the cliffs, enabling guests to enjoy the wonderful sunrises from their rooms. The guest rooms are decorated with quality modern graphic art. Its wonderful Natura Bissé wellness area with sea views makes the hotel a true paradise on earth. Breakfast, comprising Mallorcan specialities, is exquisitely served in the dining room, the terrace or guest room for those who want to have a lie in.

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Rusticae Hotel Casa de San Martín

(Huesca, Spain)

Phone+34 659 160 102

At the entrance of the Ordesa and Monte Perdido Nacional Park in Huesca the turning for the forest trail immediately submerges the visitor into a thick and well cared for pine and oak forest. The estate has 92 hectares and it is difficult to make out the house or the nearby village. Tranquility is guaranteed. The stone house was owned by the San Victorián Monastery and its typical Aragonese chimneys with the emblematic weather vanes are the landmark of the High Aragón architecture. The owners of Casas de San Martin small charming hotel, of Brasilian and English origin, complete this cosmopolitan symbiosis which is impregnates the hotel. The spacious, welcoming and comfortable guestrooms have fabulous views of the beech wood and the ancient trees of the area as does the sitting room with open fireplace on the ground floor. From the porch on the terrace guests can enjoy contemplating the star-filled skies of the mountain nights while drinking their favourite coctail.

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Rusticae Hotel Rector

(Salamanca, Spain)

Phone+34 923 218 482

Salamanca is a city of head-board, the kind of place that every now and then you will come back. And winning the next visit is a challenge for any Patrimonio city. The Hotel Rector is a hotel with charm, style and prestige in the heart of Salamanca, and features the daily effort to care for detail and the soul of the establishment, and it seems more than a noble house than a hotel. Thus, we feel more immersed in the stale atmosphere of Salamanca staying in this bright room, very well equipped, with classic lines and understated decoration, personalized treatment, very Castilian. Bathrooms in white marble, mahogany furniture and olive marquetry, ideal spaces for reading or chatting. An unforgettable Metropolis hotel in Salamanca. Facing the old city wall, a step from the old town, not to suffer the bustle of many people who re-visit the city.

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Rusticae Cresol Boutique Hotel

(Teruel, Spain)

Phone+34 609 908 190

This charming rural hotel is in the historic town of Calceite, in the province of Teruel. Each room has individual design, including modern artworks. The Hotel Cresol has a rustic feel and modern facilities. The hotel occupies a famous olive mill, built in 1735. All rooms have an attractive bathroom with a bathtub and shower. There are lovely wood ceilings and stone walls. The Cresol has a library where guests can relax. Public areas have modern, attractive décor. The hotel is non-smoking. The hotel is just 50 kilometres from the Costa Dorada, on the East Coast of Spain.

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Rusticae Trossos del Priorat

(Tarragona, Spain)

Phone+34 638 415 891

Featuring free WiFi, Trossos Del Priorat offers accommodation in Gratallops. Salou is 33 km away. Free private parking is available on site. Trossos Del Priorat also includes a barbecue. Guests can enjoy a drink at the on-site bar. A free visit to the property's wine cellar, and a wine tasting, are included in the room price. Tarragona is 40 km from Trossos Del Priorat. The nearest airport is Reus Airport, 32 km from the property.

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Rusticae Hotel Casona de Quintana

(Cantabria, Spain)

Phone+34 942 677 353

This 18th century mountain "casona", or large home, near the Collados del Asón Natural Preserve in Cantabria, has been completely restored with character, comfort and elegance. Nuria and José, antique dealers by trade, have converted it into a small charming hotel in which no detail for the benefit and comfort of guests has been spared. Each room in Casona de Quintana is distinct from the rest, decorated in light tones which complement the eye-pleasing collection of Provencal furniture and splendid antiques within. TV, DVD player, telephones, and hydromassage (in special rooms), Egyptian cotton bed linen and bathrooms supplied with natural cosmetics. The dining room and surrounding countryside become one, thanks to large plate-glass windows. A large living room beckons with its warm fireplace, game tables, and bar area. At night, the candle-lit garden invites guests to sit back and enjoy a relaxing evening. The hotel offers a variety of cushions, along with a wide selection of DVD players. An interesting collection of antique sketches adorns the walls of the entire building.

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Rusticae Hospedería Bajo el Cejo

(Murcia, Spain)

Phone+34 968 668 032

Looking out over the terrace of the top floor rooms in Bajo el Cejo charming hotel, to the opposite side of the small ravine in which this hotel stands, and the drop to the pool, flour mill and spring beyond, you’ll ask yourself "What did the architect say when he saw this slope?" The reply would be "Nothing could be built here". But it could, and here we are living Rosa and Andrés dream come true in the Sierra Espuña Nature Reserve, a valuable natural spot in the region of Murcia. Cejos are blocks of limestone that jut out of ravines like lumps of cake and which have been frequently been used to protect farmhouses and whole neighbourhoods. Sheltering under one of these cejos are the hotel’s three adjoining houses each with its own living room, and housing a combined total of 13 bedrooms, 2 of which are located in the windmill, where the river rumbling along the ravine bed can be heard from the doorway. The traditional style and materials associated with the mountainous region of Murcia have been retained in the renovation, and tasteful contemporary elements have been added to a space dominated by the hum of insects and the song of copycat thrushes.

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Rusticae Hotel Aldori Landetxea

(Vizcaya, Spain)

Phone+34 946 271 509

Behind the Aldori’s discrete farmhouse façade lies an avant-garde interior where imagination has been allowed to roam free. The Urdaibai Biosphere Reserve is a well-preserved natural beauty spot that has wound its path from Guernica to Mundaka since ancient times; its name means “wild boar river”. Once inside the house, the first surprise is a tapestry of Kennedy and the White House hanging in the simple dining room. The family are used to explaining that this is personal tribute from José Luis Pértica, the paternal grandfather, to his time spent in the United States merchant navy; he even made it as far as Vietnam. Pieces of family history are dotted all around this hotel, which has been designed to accommodate guests with limited mobility. Among the collection of eye-catching decorative features are a back-lit alabaster headboard, famous song lyrics on the walls and giant copies of the ship boarding passes used by Aunt Maria Rosa on her return journey from New York to Bilbao in 1947. Outside, the surrounding forest gently envelops the hotel in a sea of green.

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Rusticae Hotel Torre de Villademoros

(Asturias, Spain)

Phone+34 985 645 264

Escaping from the hustle bustle of city life in Asturias, Manolo has restored a characterful 18th century house in a beautiful natural setting with green meadows, cliffs, a corn crib and a medieval tower. Torre de Villademoros small charming hotel dares modern colours, home-made breakfasts and customer service are his making. The furniture in the common areas and guest rooms is avant-garde and original but at the same time cosy and welcoming. All the guest rooms have a small sitting room area which in some cases looks out of a glass covered balcony. The main lounge area is without doubt one of the most appealing areas of the hotel; spacious and light it has various areas where guests can sit and an open fireplace. The breakfast area is next to a large window that stretches from the ceiling to the floor offering fabulous views of the tower, the meadow and the sea. Highly recommended are the sunsets from the porch looking out to sea.

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Rusticae Los Corrales Casa Rural

(Toledo, Spain)

Phone+34 925 414 037

Montes de Toledo are home to Totanés, which owes its name to Totta, former ladowners in Roman times. Centuries left behind the passing of the Visigothic and people over Visigoth and Mozarabic Toledo, turning this town into a center of cultural and historical heritage mestizaje. Now, the streets have been turned into a small maze whose old town is Los Corrales, a small and charming property located in a XIX century house that remains the tradition that it was built of adobe, stone and wood. Crossing the threshold of his door you can quickly recognize the parts of a farm house with a barn converted into a multipurpose room or stove as a selling point for local cuisine. From the pool to the library or viewpoint, everything has been carefully renovated to offer maximum comfort while respecting their origins. Each of the rooms is a small retreat with mud and lime flavor, topped by a wooden roof beams. One of the best ways to see the house and the region is to meet its culinary side. In the restaurant you can enjoy the best of regional cuisine: honey, beans, venison, but also organize trips to learn more about the ritual slaughter, cheese making and canning, or excellence in the oil olive. Tradition, culinary craftsmanship and green gold.

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Rusticae Apartamento La Casa Cortés

(Caceres, Spain)

Phone+34 617 365 238

Located in Caceres Town Centre, just 500 metres from Santa Maria Cathedral, La Casa Cortes features a private balcony. This 3-bedroom apartment offers a fireplace and air conditioning. This property features colourful décor and parquet floors throughout. It has 1 double bedroom and 2 twin bedrooms, as well as 1 bathroom with a bath, shower, hairdryer, and free toiletries. Bed linen and towels are provided. A washing machine is available. The kitchen comes equipped with an oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher, electric kettle, and kitchenware. A dining table is also available. The bright living area includes a sofa set, TV, and a couple of arm chairs. You will find a wide range of shops, restaurants, and bars within a 5-minute walk of La Casa Cortes. Caceres Museum is 650 metres from the property, and Carvajal Tower is a 7 minutes’ walk away. Badajoz Airport is 88 km away.

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