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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 Apartamentos 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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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 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 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 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 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 La Posada de Mosqueruela

(Teruel, Spain)

Phone+34 978 805 322

This small boutique hotel, Posada de Mosqueruela, is located inside the walls of the medieval village of Mosqueruela, surrounded by mountains. Its six spacious rooms are decorated in a successful blending of elegant and rustic style. Simple details contribute to create a peaceful and quiet space. At La Posada de Mosqueruela, a charming small hotel of Rusticae in the province of Teruel, we can also enjoy local cuisine at its most agreeable and attractive restaurant. There, at the heat of the fireplace, you can enjoy exquisite tasting menus (up to six courses), a successful fusion of contemporary and traditional cuisine, always with local produce.

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Rusticae Casa Rural Azpikoetxea

(Navarre, Spain)

Phone607 524 980

Azpikoetxea is a Navarrian manor built in 1700 which was rehabilitated in order to create a comfortable and charming place, without givinp up its character. Its stone walls and wooden beams have been kept, and from the living room and the rooms you can see the green meadows of the Larraun valley. It is located 20 minutes far from Pamplona and 35 from San Sebastien, and is ideal to gather in family or with friends while enjoying the nature. Moreover, it belongs to the "3-leaf" category, the maximal mark given by the Navarrian government to rural houses. There are 5 rooms with bathrooms. In the hotel there is also a well-equipped kitchen with a table for 12 people max. A central fireplace shares the room in two and a second fireplace presides a living room in the first floor. You will find all the features you need to spend a pleasant stay: wifi, books, gaming tables ... and outside adults will rest on the terrasse while children will run on the 1500m-property. Pets are welcome. While going out of Azpikoetxea, no need to take the car to go in the forest as the village stops when routes begin. In the surroundigs, many activities for adults and children.

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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 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 Quinta da Bouça D'Arques

(Viana do Castelo, Portugal)

Phone+351 968 044 992

Quinta da Bouça d'Arques is placed in a 7 hectare estate, enveloped in a leafy vineyard that flanks it on the north and south, belonging to the Abrey Teixeira family for over 300 years is set in a privilged location in the Neiva river valley in the foothills of the D´Arques mountain. During the refurbishment the architectural outlines of the “minhotos” sites were preserved. The establishment consists of three buildings with spacious interiors and exteriors achieving privacy and tranquility. The salt water swimming pool and the gardens with fountains and vegetable gardens create a feeling of being close to nature. Each guest room is individually decorated using discrete colours and ethnic touches creating a synergy between the classic and the modern. Breakfasts, served in the garden or in the rooms, are prepared with home-made products such as jams and quince, yoghurt, warm bread and fruit grown in the hotel orchard.

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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 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 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 Hotel Teatrisso

(La Rioja, Spain)

Phone+34 941 327 453

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 Hotel Vila Arenys

(Barcelona, Spain)

Phone+34 937 958 886

Vila Arenys is a 4* boutique hotel located in Arenys de Mar’s old town, one hour away from Barcelona by car. It is located in a building fully renovated which features a modern but sophisticated style, fruit of the work of dynamic architecture study MU. Its spaces are a symbiosis of modernity, elegance, technology and innovation. Magnificent views of the old town are offered in every single of its 16 rooms, which are spacious and bright. Although they share the elegance of its materials, its modern furniture and warm colors, each room has unique elements that make them different. Two of them have terrace and a private pool, and 55-m² suite features a hot tub and a fireplace. In the hotel terrace located on the top floor, there is a solarium, a swimming pool and a Skybar. There are also two multipurpose rooms to celebrate events and meetings. El Mot Restaurant, with its innovative cuisine by chefs Salvador Casaseca and Toni Sánchez is the icing on the cake in Vila Arenys. Halfway between Barcelona and Costa Brava, Arenys de Mar is a town that boasts great cultural heritage and a fascinating history linked to the sea.

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Rusticae Hotel Aldori Landetxea

(Vizcaya, Spain)

Phone+34 946 271 174

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 Casona de la Paca

(Asturias, Spain)

Phone+34 985 591 303

A house dating from 1877 in Asturias, a time when returning emigrants invested the gains of overseas adventures in fine and deliberately ostentatious homes. Casona de la Paca small charming hotel, is surrounded by an splendid garden which gives life to tropical and other species such as camellias, magnolias, centenary oaktrees ... Located only 1 km from the popular fishing village of Cudillero in a residential area where solid houses and palaces from the beginning of this century blend together. Furnishing and decoration is now “ ´90s-smart “. Montse, the owner, has lovingly married print, warm colour fabrics, untique furniture and wrought iron headboard with wooden floors and pastel colours walls. There is a stone building next to the main house which gives shelter to ten apartments ideal for catering families with children. The apartments have their own garden and share a swimming pool and childrens playground. Perhaps the biggest treat is breakfasting in its lovely dinning room, with a choice of local cakes. And after a long walk day´s walk, there is nothing like lying in front of the fireplace in the cosy lounge.

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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 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 Heredad Beragu Hotel

(Navarre, Spain)

Phone+34 948 050 109

Located in Gallipienzo, 55 kilometres from the capital of Navarra, Pamplona, Heredad Beragu is a boutique hotel surrounded by a unique natural environment. It consists of four old houses which have been renovated in a sustainable way, using recycled materials with a low environmental impact and natural elements. Its management is also based on the use of renewable energy, recycling of waste and new technologies. Behind the stone facades of Casa La Gualda, Casa El Cuco, Casa Antolín and Casa Vidal, there are 9 spacious and bright rooms (eight double rooms and a suite), which follow the agro-chic philosophy, having an exquisite taste for decoration and amazing views. All the rooms have a private bathroom, some of them have a terrace or a balcony and others have a panoramic stone arch where nature slips. The public areas consist of a living room with a fireplace, a dining room with terrace, two living rooms, a terrace with a garden and a cellar. Guests can eat at the restaurant, a perfect place to taste the best local meals, as well as a delicious full breakfast. Heredad Beragu invites you to imbibe history and nature visiting the medieval towns of Gallizpienzo, Ujué, Sangüesa, Ayesa and San Martín de Unx, the observatory of birds, the huge wineyards and wineries, and majestic places such as Foz Verde in Aragón River, the Nature Reserve of Caparreta and the Foz de Lumbier.

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Rusticae Hospedería Bajo el Cejo

(Murcia, Spain)

Phone+34 968 668 032 / +34 649 448 690

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 Moure

(Santiago de Compostela, Spain)

Phone+34 981 583 637

In the historic heart of Santiago de Compostela stands Moure Hotel, a singular establishment set apart from the traditional concepts of interior design so as to project a more sophisticated, avant-garde image and architecture. The aim is to show a firm commitment to contrasts, offering a touch of contemporary culture ensconced in the ancient stone of the historic city of Santiago. In its past as a student hostel, the building saw generation after generation of students graduate in Compostela. Later, the Liñares-Bar family, hoteliers since 1974, decided to dedicated themselves to a renovation project that would become noteworthy for its craftsmanship and innovation. Inside the rooms, clean lines and sleek, designer furnishings captivate the eye. Light, design and comfort join forces to create practical, modern spaces, where whites, blacks and greys predominate, all of which is capped off with warm shades of wood and touches of pistachio green. These are among the many features that make Moure a singular, avant-garde hotel where the concept of space differs dramatically from what one might expect in a more traditional hotel. This profusion of creativity and design has produced unique spaces. Examples of this include the designer bathtub that awaits guests on the outdoor patio of one of rooms, the bathtub situated in the gallery of another room where superb views of the city may be privately enjoyed, or the sloped-ceiling, attic bedroom furnished with a contemporary-style, canopy bed along with an adjoining roomy bathtub.

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Rusticae Torre Maestre Hotel Rural

(Cuenca, Spain)

Phone+34 969 272 850

Torre Maestre was built over the remains of a 17th century edifice. Set in beautifully landscaped garden, the hotel has a magnificent architectural legacy with a touch of trendiness that provides “A homely, warm and friendly house equipped with all the facilities that a hotel can offer” as said by its owner. This property lets you enjoy the splendor of simplicity, providing you with internal peace. It is ideal for guests who are looking to get in touch with nature and harmonize their mind, body and soul. The hotel´s philosophy is based on attending to their guests, where they are prepared to exceed any expectations. Each room in Torre Maestre is themed, as a tribute to different characters that have transmitted their vitality, excitement, art or courage and that’s why they have names such as: Leonardo Da Vinci, Petra, Fellini, Frida Khalo, Isadora Duncan, Federico Muelas. The decoration of each room has been chosen based on a perspective of harmony and comfort using high quality materials and furnishings.

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Rusticae Casas de Pousadouro

(Douro river, Portugal)

Phone+351 913 296 604

At the gates of the Douro Valley, on the edge of a small stretch of water surrounded by the mountains of Marão and Montemuro, are the Pousadouro houses, a small group of rural houses ideal for enjoying the scenery and culture of the best wine regions in the world. The houses harmoniously blend traditional architecture with contemporary interiors, emphasizing the use of granite stone and large windows that enhance the connection with nature. In total there are four houses, three of them are duplex, and an outer room with a sophisticated blend of rustic, classic and modern design. Its different dimensions are perfect stays with friends, family or friends. All have bathroom/s, kitchen, minibar, living, wifi and electronic equipment, and most have a private balcony or terrace. The outer room has a private bathroom and the same services as the houses, but is only available as a supplement to any of them. The exterior of the house invites you to stroll along the river, sunbathe, take a swim in the pool or go down to the pier and take a ride in kayak. It is also great the full breakfast Pousadouro houses. The products are in the kitchen before arrival and are refilled every day. Every morning they give to you fresh orange juice and hot bread. Hiking, cultural visits to the freguesías of Baiao, boat tours, wine tastings, Museo del Duero, gastronomy ... visits are some of the activities you can do in the environment Pousadouro houses.

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Rusticae Casa BoFranch

(Tarragona, Spain)

Phone+34696444120

In the village of La Cava, in the heart of the Ebro Delta, Rosa and Xavi have restored and decorated a family home from the beginning of the 20th century in order to convert it into a rural accommodation, maintaining the essence of the old farmhouses that dotted the fertile orchards of the Ebro. Its name is Casa Bofranch and it characterizes by its rustic style and family atmosphere. It has 3 spacious double rooms, which can accommodate between 6 and 8 people. The decoration of the rooms, like the rest of the house, is warm and welcoming, using family furniture, antiques, dark woods, as well as stone tones in textiles and walls. The lodgment’s facilities also include two bathrooms, kitchen, two living rooms and a bright dining room. Outside, there are large terraces overlooking the orchards that surround the house. Calm and tranquility envelop Casa Bofranch, which is the ideal setting to spend a few days with family or friends in the middle of nature and enjoy the routes through the Natural Park of the Delta del Ebro.

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Rusticae Casa Rural Errota Barri

(Vizcaya, Spain)

Phone+34 946 150 143

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Rusticae Hostería de Guara

(Huesca, Spain)

Phone+34 974 318 107

Three sisters, Rosa, Ana and Eva decided to create a quality hotel in this modern building located in a small village in the foothills of the Pyrenees in the the Huesca province which is at the edge of the Natural Park of the Guara mountain range and river gorges. The lack of architectural restrictions for old buildings enabled the owners to make the most of the natural light by installing large windows in the common areas and spacious terraces in the bedrooms. The interior of Hosteria de Guara small charming hotel radiates a welcoming feel due the well placed lighting and use of simple lines and natural tones blending in perfect harmony with the wood and wrought iron. The dining room with an open fire place invites guests to stay and have a chat after a pleasant dinner.

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Rusticae Hotel Alcaufar Vell

(Minorca, Spain)

Phone+34 971 151 874

Alcaufar Vell charming hotel is surrounded by beautiful Menorca beaches with crystal clear water this country estate stands out because of its old watchtower and over 100 hectares of grounds that guests can walk in at their leisure. The house dates back to the 14th century and the various extensions that have been made over the centuries have turned it into a neo-classical manor house. The front balcony and the pediment provide the finishing touches to this impressive pale stone building with large windows and green shutters that is reminiscent of the belle époque. The owners offer a great range of pleasures from a dip in the swimming pool, a drink at the El Racó del Poeta bar while watching the wonderful sunsets, a walk among the pine, holm oak and wild olive trees or tasting the home-made "sobrasada". At breakfast guests can taste different products from the island, many of which have been grown or made on the estate such as fruit, cold meats, honey or herbal teas.

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Rusticae Hotel El Racó de Madremanya

(Girona, Gerona, Spain)

Phone+34 972 490 649

Madremanya is located off the beaten track, not somewhere you chance upon, but somewhere you were perhaps destined to find. Despite its proximity to the Costa Brava and Girona, you will want to spend time enjoying this medieval village that has retained its original design, rounded buildings and arched buttresses. Iván and Josep have rescued this 17th century piece of history to create El Raco de Madremanya, a delightful charming hotel. The extensive grounds are brimming with carefully tended gardens and off to one side stands a modern wing filled with clean iron lines, large windows, designer suites and charming bathrooms. The farmhouse represents all that is traditional, housing a vaulted lounge ceiling, coal-burning cast iron stove and exquisite details that emanate good taste. Whilst the modern wing overlooks the generous gardens from every window and floor-to-ceiling glass wall. The garden also embraces this combination of modernity and tradition, evident in its unspoiled lawns, carefully placed lighting, forest flora, shade cast by the fronds of a hundred-year-old fig tree next to the two swimming pools (one of which is salt water) and the peaceful song of birds. This delightful hotel has 10 comfortable bedrooms brimming with medieval charm: somewhere you will want to visit time and time again.

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Rusticae Hotel El Turcal

(Caceres, Spain)

Phone+34 616 611 116

El Turcal hotel was originally a 19th century barn for drying peppers and "tinadas", the refurbishment is striking dictated by the local materials available and the traditional building techniques. No set "style" was adhered to. The overriding feel of this small charming hotel in Caceres, is one of spaciousness and light achieved by the open plan spaces and large windows. In the interior the terracotta tiled floors fit perfectly with the stone walls, in harmony with an interior design which alternates timber, wrought iron, modern fabrics, comfortable sofas and two fireplaces. Discrete ornaments, aroma of mimosa or logan berries, pineapples and pumpkins and candles which add colour and aroma. There is also a patio with a zen design pond and a garden.

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Rusticae Hotel Molino de los Gamusinos

(Avila, Spain)

Phone+34 920 227 714

A former mill in Avila that has been carefully restored respecting the traditional architectural tenets of the area. Elements such as wrought iron, earthenware tiles and stone worked by local artists can be found in Molino de los Gamusinos charming hotel. Located in the heart of the countryside, next to the river Voltoya, surrounded by a holm oak wood at 3 kilometres from Tolbaño, it is an ideal place to relax. In the interior, there is a lounge with a fireplace, glass flooring in places through guests can see water flowing under their feet. There is also a library and three completely personalised bedrooms. Each room has its own name and evokes the seasons of the year: Spring, summer and winter. The decoration is warm and in harmony with the environment. The access from Tolbaños is via an unsurfaced road, which is a clear indication to the guest that they are entering a tranquil place.

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Rusticae Hotel Rural Gredos Maria Justina

(Avila, Spain)

Phone+34 676 975 583

Maria Justina Molino is a rural hotel located within the Sierra de Gredos Regional Park, a few meters from Charco de las Paredes and 1 km from Navacepeda de Tormes. It sits on an old stone mill and eighteenth century miller's house, it has been restored preserving its main architectural features and being mixed with the natural environment. These two rustic buildings with two floors and thick stone walls, includes 7 spacious and cozy rooms with beautiful sloping wooden ceilings. Behind the representative names Gredos Park, we find rooms equipped with everything you need for a comfortable stay, some with fireplace, freestanding bathtubs, tubs and designer faucets. All have a terrace, balcony or large windows overlooking the river and mountain. One room is adapted for disabled guests and the hotel elevator. Molino facilities Maria Justina completed with a living room with fireplace and seating for 16 guests, and an outdoor space for walking routes and start down the hill. The buffet breakfasts and lunch and dinner à la carte. The environment invites to practice especially active tourism activities in the Sierra de Gredos, including hiking, kayaking, paragliding, horseback riding, bird watching and skiing.

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Rusticae Casa A Pedreira

(Pontevedra, Spain)

Phone+34 986 548 317

A great charming house requires dedication and love, and when Marian and Judit set eyes on this property, they knew they had plenty of both to spare. Abandoning the big city, and after an extensive search of Marion’s home territory, Galicia, they found a large stone house and granary, robust trees and even a bamboo forest set in a generous eight thousand metre plot nestled in the extensive countryside surrounding the village of Cuntis. The Casa A Pedreira was born. Enveloped in a sea of green, it’s hard to decide if this is a house set in a garden or vice versa. The luxury of space makes it ideal for children and couples alike. This country residence in Pontevedra, divided into various floors, vaunts a lush lawn, the aforementioned bamboo forest, a swimming pool and three ponds that feed a spring bubbling within the grounds. The house is a stone masterpiece with inviting bedrooms; thick walls, which put pressure on the Wi-Fi; a traditional dining room bursting with dark red wood; and a sunny living area complete with a gallery which invites you to curl up with good book.

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Rusticae Casa Rural Mas Roselló

(Girona, Gerona, Spain)

Phone+34 972 652 452

Mas Rosello is one of those places where you do not have to choose between beach or mountain, just has it all. The forests and fruit trees are the natural frame that surrounds this traditional eighteenth-century Catalan farmhouse, 3km meantime, the profile of the Costa Brava Mediterranean hides some of the best beaches in the area. After a year and a half of rehabilitation, the building retains the typical architectural lines with a decor that includes every detail. Perfectly equipped, some of them even have a private terrace for breakfast overlooking the gardens, pool and Les Gavarres. On cold days, the hotel protects its spacious rooms in lounge with fireplace or library centennial. With good weather, pool, terrace and garden life focus to offer a unique experience. Rosello's breakfasts are another of its best kept secrets: homemade jams, local produce, cheese sausages and eggs a la carte. At night, dinner cuisine and Mediterranean dishes. A perfect unique spot to visit the Dali Triangle, Medes Islands, San Sebastia Lighthouse, the Natural Parks of Cape Creus and Les Gavarres or sports like golf, horse riding and cycling.

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Rusticae Finca El Ventós

(Girona, Gerona, Spain)

Phone+34 972 107 962

The route to El Ventos in Girona is much like the journey into Venice, which is lined with inconspicuous buildings and train tracks; only when you step out of the station does it become apparent that you have stepped through the looking glass and are in another world of canals, churches and gondolas. Likewise, the path to El Ventós is understated: it rises subtly between discrete oak filled woods and only on entering the hotel building does its lofty vantage point become apparent, providing views stretching out over the province to the sea. Vicente Fisas, the hotel owner and a great lover of books, felt it was important to create peaceful nooks in his hotel and it seems that he has even reached an understanding with the birds. "The silence can be heard here" says Vicente, and he means that literally: not even the wind, after which the hotel is named, disturbs the peace. The bedrooms have been simply decorated and contain elegant furniture and restored stone features.

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Rusticae Hotel Can Xiquet

(Girona, Gerona, Spain)

Phone+34 972 554 455

Coming from the A7 motorway, you will find the petite village of Cantallops only 5 km from the exit of La Junquera, the old Spanish border before entering France. The road ends here and is replaced by a world of tranquillity. Can Xiquet is surrounded by pure nature, enjoying great views over the Mediterranean Sea, La Albera and the area of Ampurdan. This charming hotel consists of 3 basic buildings; the hotel itself, the restaurant and a horse-riding club with more than 20 horses. It´s a hotel with a modern look, where neutral colours and glass predominate. The abundant natural light is perfectly blended with the interior decoration in all parts of the hotel. One of the suites has 2 glass walls overlooking the nature park and sea. A potentially great concept of luxury! All rooms are equipped with tv, mini bar and safe box. Breakfast is well prepared to slake the morning thirst. There is a swimming pool and a fitness area with a sauna and Jacuzzi for the exclusive use of the guests. The restaurant is elegantly decorated with pictures of different artists, who use it to exhibit their work.

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Rusticae Hotel Casas do Coro

(Guarda, Portugal)

Phone+351 917 552 020

Casas do Coro, located in Marialva, the most historic village in Portugal encircled by a centenary wall, consists of a group of three traditional buildings. The garden is full of olive and almond trees, the patios, the outdoor swimming pool with artificial waves, the sauna and the panoramic jacuzzi complete this peaceful and spectacular atmosphere. The reading room, with very interesting books, is conducive to spending a relaxed afternoon accompanied by background music chosen by the guest. The decoration of the guest rooms, classic and sophisticated, is in harmony with the contemporary design of the common areas which are enriched with warm coloured fabrics and a large number of original touches such as the fireplaces in every corner. The breakfasts are an unique experience, with home-made bread, jams made by Carmen, natural fruit juices and apple tart.

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Rusticae Hotel Consolación

(Teruel, Spain)

Phone+34 978 856 755

You can feel a healthy challenge to globalisation at Consolación small charming hotel. On the one hand it clamours: Yes! Teruel does exist, and El Matarraña certainly does. Modern design, nestles in a land full of character. On the other hand, there is a firm defence of the hotel’s singular character that, from cubical, glass walled rooms, shows the ancestral rural and urban countryside dotted around the immense woodlands that cover the Puertos de Beceite –Ports de Besseit– and the whole region. Among pine and holm oak clad mountains, the discretely modern building looks good alongside the 16th Century hermitage that is part of the site, reinforcing the twin character. At table –where local flavours abound– Gonzalo’s busy stove allows no rest. Truffles, locally grown vegetables, late peaches, game, tender Aragón lamb, all show that El Matarraña exists and is evolving. After staying at Consolación, there’s no doubt of that. Consolacion is located 250 km from Barcelona, 150 km from Castellón and 200 km from Valencia.

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Rusticae Hotel del Sitjar

(Teruel, Spain)

Phone+34 978 851 114

The hotel Sitjar occupies a large house of the XVIII century next to the old wall of Calaceite in downtown, a place where the historical meets the artistic and a place which encounter personages of the culture and the art. When acceding to the hotel we meet with a facade in stone and balconies of forge, the crystal grounds let us contemplate the old illuminated stone silos of the warehouse which is an example of the diverse surprises that the house provide to us. An extraordinary restoration has been performed, with classic and contemporary elements of comfort. The spaces heighten the traditions and customs of the Matarraña, region of matchless nature of Mediterranean character and towns with medieval airs. The 15 rooms (6 doubles, 6 double superiors and 3 suites) are distributed in three floors with a view to the historical centre of town, to the surroundings fields and the majestic presence of the ports of Beceite, in the horizon. A stay to feel how is the life in the Matarraña.

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Rusticae Hotel Palacio Torre de Ruesga

(Cantabria, Spain)

Phone+34 942 641 060

Torre de Ruesga in Cantabria is perfectly renovated 17th century palace which now hosts a charming hotel. Surrounded by idyllic gardens on the banks of the river Asón, this historical building combines elegance and sobriety. The hotel interior is embellished with 19th century frescos by the Catalan painter, León Criach. The guest rooms are spacious and elegant, with modern fabrics, wooden floors, satellite TV, radio, minibar and numerous other little extras.The palace has retained the original sitting room with open fireplace. It also has a snooker room, sauna and a gym.

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Rusticae Riad Belle Epoque

(Marrakech, Morocco)

Phone+212 524 389824

Located in the heart of the Marrakesh Medina, one of Morocco´s four imperial cities and the gateway on the one hand to the snow capped peaks of the Atlas mountains and on the other hand to the red sands of the Sahara desert, we find this refurbished former manor house named after a golden, happy era, La Belle Époque. Throughout the hotel the owners have combined with good taste art décor furniture with local Moroccan features. The interior garden is very pleasant with its swimming pool which replaced the former fountain. The guest rooms are named after acclaimed women from the Belle Époque period: La Bella Otero, Isadora Duncan, Mata Hari or Coco Chanel, among others. The hotel has been exquisitely decorated with antiques and art collected with great care and patience by the owners Teresa and Víctor a young Spanish married couple. Of vital importance are the water and the garden that form a harmonious alliance of sounds and aromas. The plants create a delicate curtain from the second floor, softening and playing with the light creating a welcoming, relaxing and exclusive atmosphere where guests can enjoy pleasure for pleasure´s sake as it was during the Belle Époque.

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Rusticae Apartamentos Casona de la Paca

(Asturias, Spain)

Phone+34 985 591 303

Apartamentos Casona de la Paca is located minutes away from the stunning harbour of the Asturian fishing village of Cudillero, where you will find yourself surrounded by the magic and beauty of this area. This casona offers recently renewed studios with private terraces that overlook the garden. The new decoration has been especially selected to give each room its own identity. The service here is extremely efficient creating an atmosphere of a second home. The owners of this place are very in touch with nature, that’s why all the services and installations are eco-friendly. Also the property offers a daily breakfast buffet made from homemade products, to be able to taste the flavors of this region.

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Rusticae Hotel Aldea Roqueta

(Castellon, Spain)

Phone964 76 21 95

AldeaRoquetaHotel is the culmination of a very thorough restoration of an abandoned village initiated in 1995. It is set in a 115,000 m2 estate situated in the Maestrazgo of Castellón and next to the Desierto de las Palmas natural park close to the sea. Customers start to perceive the beauty of the place right from the start of the path leading to the hotel, a pine forest surrounded by almond tree fields which are spectacular in spring when the trees are in flower. Guests can stroll through the streets, squares and hidden corners of the old village, enjoy the quiet library or play a game of billiards next to the fireplace in the games room. In the interior the hotel has a modern and functional design. The rooms are each different and have been individually decorated but all have excellent views from the bed or the bathroom. During the colder months of the year the fireplaces in the suites are lit and at nightfall there is nothing more pleasant than to enjoy a stroll in the orchard, or admire the ancient olive trees.

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Rusticae Hotel Bremon

(Barcelona, Spain)

Phone+34 938 684 902

This former 19th century Carmelites school in the heart of Cardona in Barcelona province, a town with great Culturel and natural heritage famous for its fortified medieval castle. For its owners, the same who own Hotel Duquesa de Cardona, this building is of great sentimental value as the whole family received a happy education here. This former school is still present in many details of Hotel Bremon, such as the engraved 18th century glass in the hall, the small nuns´ cell windows or the exquisite floor mosaics. The peaceful, welcoming atmosphere is enhanced by the valuable and original antiques such as the 17th century Castilian table used for collecting taxes or the 19th century "secretero". The simple but elegantly decorated guest rooms combine brown and green tones and sturdy wooden furniture. On the top floor a spacious sitting room has been maintained and a sunbathing terrace with spectacular views of the medieval quarter and Salt Mountain. Breakfast includes many local products.

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Rusticae Hotel Palacio San Facundo

(Segovia, Spain)

Phone+34 921 463 061

The key to any hotel’s success is its location. However, a hotel cannot rely on location alone, even if it does occupy the perfect spot on the superb Plaza de San Facundo in Segovia. The Palacio San Facundo, a point of reference in the quality hotel sector, is located on the golden mile in the heart of the old town, a short distance from the shadow cast by the Aqueduct, and the Plaza Mayor, monuments which bear testament to the age of Trajano and the reign of the Austrias Menores. The Palacio is housed in a magnificent building presiding over the square. Inside, the hotel café occupies a delightful glass-roofed patio surrounded by classic stone columns. Exposed beamed ceilings and traditional windows in the bedrooms add to the ambience, whilst the latest technology and simple décor give the rooms a modern touch. This is, unquestionably, a distinguished address.

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Rusticae Hotel Villa Oniria

(Granada, Spain)

Phone+34 958 535 358

There is a Moorish and a Gypsy Granada, a Granada that embraces its heritage and modernity, and another Granada that is proud of its history yet comfortable with its contemporary air. These three trends are evident in the hotel trade, and Villa Oniria Hotel is probably the most evident of the latter option. The building, decorated by Pascua Ortega, is an exquisite 19th century property that has been renovated to recreate the atmosphere of the ancient urban Andalusian mansions, an authentic residence brimming with light and quality. Water plays an important role in the hotel, in addition to the indoor water feature, complete with a fountain, is a well equipped spa with a heated counter current swimming pool and a full gym. All of the rooms have Wi-Fi. The hotel restaurant provides an exceptional menu in a cosy environment and several tables with a view of the kitchens, a trend that is proving popular.

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Rusticae La Casa dels Peixos

(Lleida, Lérida, Spain)

Phone+34973090903

Casa dels Peixos is a small masía located in the heart of Baronia de Rialb, close to Sierra d’Aubenç i Roc de Cogul. Here you can take a deep breath of fresh air from the mountains and relax to the sound of Rialb´s river. Here the interiors are almost entirely white, with warm illumination and a mix between modern and traditional furniture. This hotel has special amenities for its guest like a library, a large recreational room with a cozy fireplace, swimming pool and a garden with a big terrace. The highlight of this place is its restaurant La Caseta, where you can find the most exquisite and delicious plates that will open your mind to new sensations. The location of Casa dels Peixos is perfect to practice different type of sports such as fishing, hiking or a visit to the historic and beautiful towns of Ponts, Manresa and Lérida.

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Rusticae Casa Alquiler Completo Te Cuento 3 Baiona

(Pontevedra, Spain)

Phone+34639308623

Baiona is one of the three full rental houses ... teCuento3 project, which aims to offer places to make you feel at home with the amenities and services of a hotel. Baiona House is one of two found in Pontevedra, in this case 2.5 km from the Royal Villa of Baiona. Its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean make it unique, because with only five steps you can feel the water on your feet. The house is organized on three spacious floors with six bedrooms, four bathrooms, two living rooms with fireplace, dining room, exterior, interior room and a fully equipped kitchen are distributed. Outside a building with large outdoor areas like porches, garden and pool with stunning ocean views unfolds. Besides, visiting the streets full of history of the town of Baiona, the environment of the house invites to enjoy many other activities such as relax on the nearby beaches, enjoy nature in the Cies Islands, take a tour of villages in Portugal or become the Camino de Santiago pilgrim.

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Rusticae Hotel Les Comelles

(Girona, Gerona, Spain)

Phone+34 628 617 759

Agroturismo Les Comelles is a 14th century Catalan “Masia” converted into a small rural hotel in La Vall d'en Bas, a privileged natural setting with breathtaking views of La Garrotxa’s volcanic landscape. The farmhouse has been refurbished with utmost care but maintaining its structure intact, without forgetting the regular orchard and farm tasks, which are surely noticed in the flavors coming from its kitchen. Les Comelles holds pride in three main values: nature, gastronomy and relax. Its 8 rooms convey simplicity and serenity. Kept to the smallest detail, with original wooden beams and lovely bathrooms, its beds are Hästens, handmade in Sweden with 100% natural fabrics and considered the best in the world. In addition to the main house, with a bedrooms area where different common rooms converge- all with glazed windows to allow for natural light and chimneys to warm the atmosphere in the winter months -, you will find an outdoor area with a swimming pool surrounded by wooden parquet and plenty of cozy corners to rest in the open air. Les Comelles other jewel is Chef Marc Casals’ kitchen. It all starts with breakfast, served in the dining room, with incredible views of La Vall d'en Bas. It is a breakfast-brunch made of proximity products, which includes Joselito Iberian ham, cow cheese with oak honey or chocolate dips. Reservation is needed for lunches and dinners and they follow the same haute cuisine concept with regional produce. There is no menu and cooking is “a la brasa”, obtaining the purest flavors, aromas and textures. Agroturismo Les Comelles is ideal for resting, holding a business meeting, celebrating a special event and carrying out active tourism while discovering La Garrotxa’s landscapes, such as the Puigsacalm Mountain, La Fageda d'en Jordà or balloon flying over its Natural Park volcanoes.

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Rusticae El Añadio

(Jaen, Spain)

Phone+34 953 066 031

From the air, Jaen is a sea of olive trees stretching into the distance and the neighbouring surrounds. Vilches heralds your arrival at Despeñaperros gorge, replacing the ubiquitous olive tree and presiding over the thick green path running from east to west between the Sierras de Cazorla Nature Reserve, Segura y Las Villas and the Sierra Morena. El Añadio small charming hotel, sits up where the air is cool, and bulls wander among the oak groves; in fact this area is so far off the beaten track that it would be easier to find us using GPS coordinates than the actual address. The house is located at the end of a winding road which leads through seven kilometres of stunning countryside, home to bulls, hoopoes, bee-eaters, crested larks and kestrels. The large nineteenth-century house is a welcoming sight, and the view from the swimming pool confirms that we are in the midst of nature in its purest form. The cool interior of the house provides refuge from the summer heat, shelter by the fireplace during the winter months, and comfort at the table where the food served is inspired by the fruits of the land, starting with breakfast and the heavenly bread and oil served by Ramona. Come to Vilches and discover your own piece of heaven.

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Rusticae Hotel Can Simoneta 5*

(Mallorca, 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 three 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 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 El Jardín Vertical

(Castellon, Spain)

Phone+34 964 329 938

El Jardín Vertical hotel is housed in a 16th century construction built in red "Rodeno" stone. The house, situated in one of the oldest parts of the village, in Castellon province, is the residence of artists and dreamers. It towers twelve metres above the line of the medieval city walls offering a privileged view over the mountain range and magnificent surrounding countryside with almond and olive groves and old oak trees. The house has been restored respecting the its original structure with thick stone walls and other features such as the stone stair case. The room where breakfast is served, overlooking a small south-facing patio, is particularly pleasant. The whole hotel has been decorated with modern, stylish furniture that fits very well with the warm ochre and terracotta colours chosen for the walls. Restaurant in hotel-terrace with wonderful sights to the Plana.

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Rusticae Villa Soro

(Guipuzcoa, Spain)

Phone+34 943 297 970

The 25 rooms of Villa Soro are distributed between the two buildings of the hotel; the main Villa, in front of the central garden designed by Ducasse in 1898, and the ancient Caballerizas. The Villa keeps the original rooms from the Family who once lived in the house, now renovated into Deluxe Rooms. The Double Rooms are distributed between the Caballerizas building and the Villa’s ground floor. Each bedroom in Villa Soro is different. Refined details, plush fabrics, precious woods and natural light are some of their characteristics, all of which have been decorated with pieces from local artists such as Jorge Oteiza, among others.

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Rusticae Hotel Casona D'Alevia

(Asturias, Spain)

Phone+34 985 414 176

This beautiful country house in Asturias consists of a group of refurbished buildings dating back to the 15th and 17th centuries. In Casona d'Alevia small charming hotel, the architectonic features and original structure have been preserved. Surrounded by the magnificent natural landscapes of the Picos de Europa mountain range and the Deva and Cares rivers, it is an ideal place to enjoy tranquillity and nature. Bedrooms are individually designed; wooden windows frames and doors, dried flowers and carefully selected fabrics have been brought together to give an overwhelming feeling of restfulness and warmth. The dining room with its open fireplace offers true hospitality and a setting suitable for any occasion. The owners have also used some of the more noble materials of the area such as stone and chestnut wood in the refurbishment.

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Rusticae Hotel Cortijo del Marqués

(Granada, Spain)

Phone+34 958 340 077

Only the olive trees surrounding the area knows exactly how old the Cortijo del Marqués. This Andalusian charming hotel within 20 kilometers of the town between the Sierra Pozuelo and the Sierra Arana is one of the last secrets of Granada. In 2010 it became a personal project of Silvia hand Eilko two adoption Andalusian quickly fell in love with him and decided to share it with the world. The rooms are perfectly integrated into the traditional architecture of the house and the best example is the suite in the old farmhouse barn with stone walls and original wooden ceiling height of 5 meters. The old woodwork, the Palomar or Cuadra are some of the other rooms that make guests witnesses of history and life Andalusian Cortijo del Marqués filled in the nineteenth century. Even the original chapel opens after restoration as it was a century ago. In addition, the excellent location of the property makes it also a perfect starting point for excursions and cultural tours 30 minutes from the Alhambra, 50 of Sierra Nevada and one hour from the beach.

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Rusticae Hotel Quinta de San Amaro

(Pontevedra, Spain)

Phone+34 986 748 938

The advantage of a unique building in Rias Baixas is that the hills are low and the granite sides of chapels or ancestral homes such as the Quinta de San Amaro charming hotel can easily be picked out on a horizon strewn with quality vineyards. Guests receive such special care and attention at the hotel, giving the impression that the Amaro was born of love (amor). A feeling of well-being is created by the surrounding vines and extends to the living room complete with a fireplace, reading corners and the healthy breakfasts. The decor, eclectic without being intrusive, accommodates almost every taste, and the senses are awakened by an array of flowers, clean air, the sound of silence and the relaxing countryside. As a whole, the Quinta, divided among three main stone buildings and various new annexes, recreates a classic-nouveau ambience, combining traditional elements of construction with classic Galician and contemporary interiors, in keeping with Galicia itself.

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Rusticae Hotel Rural El Tejarejo

(Avila, Spain)

Phone+34 925 597 249

This large house, situated in a three-hectare estate full of pine trees, holm oaks and cork trees, is in the heart of the Tiétar valley on the border between the provinces of Toledo and Avila. The owners of this small rural hotel decided to combine their profession as potters with running a hotel. They built this large house in the foothills of the Gredos mountain range respecting the architectural style of the area using Toledo bricks, traditional roof tiles, wood and earthenware flooring. El Tejarejo charming hotel has seven guest rooms, each decorated with an individual style and named after Cervantes novels. In every corner of the house there are examples of Paco and Pablo´s ceramic work whilst on the walls there are numerous original paintings made by painter friends. Guests will enjoy the delicious breakfasts which include fresh bread made in the village and the local speciality “perrunilla” biscuits with dried fruit.

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Rusticae Hotel Torre Zumeltzegi

(Guipuzcoa, Spain)

Phone+34 943 540 000

Hotel Torre Zumeltzegi is located in Old Town of Oñati, in the beautiful Basque countryside. This restored 13th-century property offers a garden and charming rooms with free Wi-Fi. The décor at the Torre Zumeltzegi combines the building’s mediaeval heritage with modern touches, with exposed stone walls, wooden beams and parquet floors. All air-conditioned rooms come with a TV and a private bathroom. The hotel’s restaurant serves traditional Basque food using fresh, seasonal produce. There is also a bar where you can get a drink to enjoy on the terrace, which offers fantastic views of the Oñati Valley and the Old Town. The countryside around Hotel Torre Zumeltzegi is great for hiking, and the Arrikrutz Caves are a 10-minute drive away. You can drive to Vitoria and the coast in around 35 minutes, and both Bilbao and San Sebastián are around 50 minutes’ drive away.

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Rusticae Hotel Urbisol

(Barcelona, Spain)

Phone+34 938 309 153

The comfort and peace of the elegant, minimalist decor carried out its young owners Elisabet and Carles has converted the prestigious Urbisol restaurant into an exclusive corner in the foothills of the Pyrenees in Barcelona. This has been the cornerstone for creating this very comfortable, modern hotel housed in an old farmhouse set in the heart of the countryside. Time stands still in the hands of the personal, attentive customer service. Each guest room is different, with decor being styled after a particular flower. All the rooms have spectacular views. One example of the attention to detail is the flower baths that are prepared in the baths. There is also a welcoming sitting room for guests with a fireplace, a small gym with a massage service, a fabulous terrace with views of the Pyrenees, an outdoor swimming pool and a Babysitting service for guests travelling with children. The hotel also has meeting rooms for conferences.

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Rusticae Apartamentos La Casassa de Ribes

(Girona, Gerona, Spain)

Phone+34972 727 395

La Casassa de Ribes is a Catalan farmhouse s.XVII located in Ribes de Freser ( The Ripolles ) , a privileged place in the Ribes Valley . It offers four luxury apartments and put in maximum comfort with high services comparable to a five star level. With large gardens to stroll and enjoy the environment , surrounded by meadows and Taga mountain as a backdrop . In the farmhouse of La Casassa de Ribes Freser you can choose to stay four luxury apartments of two, four, six or eight seater private gallery in three of them . Have comparable high level services to a five star hotel . The apartments feature fireplaces, DVD and stereo , fully equipped kitchen , rooms with flat-screen TV , ADSL and WiFi , desk with computer and printer , bathroom with whirlpool and anti -fog mirrors. Forn 's room , a private room for meetings and family celebrations , lunch and dinner. Playground available for children with a playground and a multisport field with artificial turf for sports enthusiasts.

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Rusticae La Madrigata

(Leon, Spain)

Phone+34 650 781 592

La Madrigata is a hacienda built in 1934, that has been restored, keeping most of it materials and original structure, so its guest can explore and have the experience of living in the spanish country side. Head out to the balcony and have a coffee while enjoying the views of the country side. Then recharge your batteries with a walk along the St. James's Path and discover some of its history. Return to La Madrigata for a well-deserved rest next to the fireplace. This is the perfect gateway from your daily activities. Guests experience true hacienda hospitality together with the high comfort factor, also it’s the ideal place for celebrations, parties and private events with friends and family, thanks for the magnificent spaces that this place has, allowing people to gather and have an unforgettable time together.

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Rusticae Casa Alquiler Completo Te cuento 3 Xesteira

(Pontevedra, Spain)

Phone+34639308623

Xesteira is one of the three full rental houses of the teCuento 3 proyect..., wich goal is offering places for you to fell at home. Xesteira house is one of two that you will find in Pontevedra, in this case in the small village A Xesteira, 12 km from the capital of the province. It is a beautiful country house of the eighteenth century, it has been restored maintaining the original style but without giving up the comforts of our times. With a capacity of eight people, the house has four rooms with their own bathrooms. All offer beautiful views of the estate. The interior also has a dining room for ten people, full kitchen and a library with a fireplace in one of the rooms. Outdoor you can enjoy its spacious garden, pool or porch under the lemon tree. A traditional granary centennial chairs into the woods, where you can take quiet walks. Xesteira House is an ideal place for nature lovers. A good base camp to explore enchanted forests, beaches, dunes Corrubedo, the Cies Islands, Soutomaior Castle, Campo Lameiro, Pontevedra and Sanxenxo.

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Rusticae Hacienda Zorita Wine Hotel & Spa

(Salamanca, Spain)

Phone+34 923 129 400

From the air, the Hacienda Zorita Wine Hotel & Spa is reminiscent of a Loire château. From the ground, it is a beautiful old Dominican convent dating back to 1366 where Christopher Columbus once rested his head. This charming hotel stands next to a weir on the River Tormes in Salamanca, where the vineyards seem to thrive from the proximity of the glassy river as it winds its way inland, escorted along its banks by rows of organic green vines that attract the interest of the lapwings. This twenty-nine bedroomed authentic palace is a sight to behold with its thick ashlar walls and nouveau-classic décor throughout. The Marqués de la Concordia aged-wine cellar pays tribute to its most illustrious guest in the form of an inverted keel ceiling, a masterpiece of design and creation revolving around the god of wine, Dionysus. In keeping with the tradition of 'sacristy' wine cellars, the San Nicolás de las Viñas chapel houses a collection of religious art from the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, sharing space with 180 barrels of the Hacienda's signature wine: Magister. Today, the fifteenth century Arab mill located on the river serves as a Wine Spa where the therapeutic benefits of the red grape are incorporated in baths and massages that would have surpassed even Dionysus' expectations.

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Rusticae Hospedería de Santo Domingo

(Segovia, Spain)

Phone+34 921 509 971

This fine early 18th century house in the Jewish quarter of Pedraza has been restored respecting all the smallest details of the former house. The coat of arms on the facade that relates the legend of the ""Slaves of Jesus and Mary"" is such an example. The house has been decorated with great care by Fracisco Muñoz, from the magazine ""Casa & Jardín"" (Home & Garden), whose mark has been firmly imprinted on practically all the stylish hotels in Pedraza. The earthenware floors and thick wooden beams combined with walls and upholstery in warm tones invite the wayfarer to rest. Its peaceful garden surrounded by an age-old wall typical of this medieval town, has wonderful views of the Guadarrama mountain range, the aqueduct and the delightful storks nest. If you want to enjoy the magic of this small town you just have to step out onto one of the balconies at the front of the hotel that overlook the pebbled streets and the ruins of the Romanesque Santo Domingo church. The sitting room provides an excellent place to read or discuss with Guillermo the wide range of activities that are available in the area.

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Rusticae Hotel Casa Palacio Conde de la Corte

(Badajoz, Spain)

Phone+34 924 563 311

Casa Palacio Conde de la Corte hotel, in the heart of the emblematic and majestic town of Zafra known as “mini” Seville, was once the residence of Don Agustín Mendoza y Montero, Count of the Court and owner of cattle of the same name. The rooms of this small charming hotel in Badajoz province, taking inspiration from the world of bull fighting, are each named after prestigious cattle rearing families. Spacious, they all convey a classical, palatial feel with quality English style fabrics used for the curtains and bedcovers. The large bathrooms with high ceilings are colourful and original as is the shower that simulates a 19th century bird cage. The interior patio is used as a hallway leading to the different common areas and the breakfast room. Another charming space is the garden with swimming pool with Victorian style furniture creating different atmospheres.

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Rusticae Hotel Casita de Cabrejas

(Cuenca, Spain)

Phone+34 969 271 008

Just a quarter of an hour away from the Casas Colgadas the Alto Tajo and its region –straddling Guadalajara and Cuenca– can show the visitor unspoilt corners of Iberian woodlands. Gazing on the large reddish building housing the hotel, surrounded by a blanket of pine and other trees, you would never guess that even the main building, with its shutters and wooden gallery, is newly built and not the traditional house it seems at first sight. You quickly observe tradition and modernity equally favoured, and the business meeting room is a surprise –a glass cube, the vanguard of design come to the forest. The public rooms of the hotel, especially the library, have the warm feel of being lived in, above all when there’s an excuse to light a fire. Wood, comfortable furniture and natural light abound. 14 hectares of botanical garden-like property surround the house and its outbuildings that all belong to the family that is bringing this mountain back to life.

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Rusticae Hotel El Jardín de Carrejo

(Cantabria, Spain)

Phone+34 942 701 516

Jardín de Carrejo charming hotel in Cantabria, was conceived as a result of the entrepreneurial talents of the whole family and the end result oozes harmony. Simplicity dominates the exquisite interior decor, wood blending perfectly with fabrics such as linen, cotton, natural tones and the collection of photos which decorate the passageways and bedrooms. The avant-garde furniture was designed by Carlos Alvarez and made by local cabinet makers. Some of the bedrooms have a private balcony and all have modern comforts such as telephone, satellite TV, safe, hair dryer and mini-bar. The two suites both have a sitting room, one has a large balcony and the bathrooms are another focal point with their circular layout and hydro massage bath. On the ground floor there is a dining room and lounge with an open fire and library. The garden has centenary trees, a pond and the river, the water from which is used to water the garden. Non-smoking hotel since june 2005.

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Rusticae Hotel Iriarte Jauregia

(Guipuzcoa, Spain)

Phone+34 943 681 234

More than a hotel, Iriarte Jauregia is a life project. This is how Iban and Lorena, the welcoming hosts define their hotel which is set in the Balcón de Guipuzcoa, a spectacular valley filled with green meadows, rolling hills, apple orchards and small churches and typical Basque farmhouses. The owners have put all their enthusiasm into this house which can be seen in every detail of the restoration and care taken to retain the structure and character of the palace. The décor blends on the one hand the legacy of antique furniture and other art works painstakingly collected over time and on the other hand Lorena´s personal touch combining warm and neutral tones and elegant modern furniture. An example of this tasteful combination can be seen in the impressive hall where there are several designer poufs mixed with antique chests, a stone fireplace and large classical paintings. There is also an interesting contrast between the original wooden banisters leading to the first floor and the new glass handrail designed to access the top floor of the palace where the servants formerly lived. The dining room, warmly lit and decorated offers a magnificent breakfast and, when the weather is good, guests can have breakfast on the terrace overlooking this delightful valley. On summer days guest can enjoy a drink at the bar-lounge under the centenary trees in the garden.

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Rusticae Hotel La Casa del Rector

(Almagro, Spain)

Phone+34 926 261 259

Juan and Angeles, with extensive experience in the catering, decided to try their hand at the aspect of the hotel trade in this La Casa del Rector charming hotel project so desperately needed in Almagro, Ciudad Real. The house dates back to the 18th century and preserves all the flavour of an old house combined with many touches of colour. The covered central patio, with several fountains, serves as a hallway to the bedrooms, from the sound of the running water can be heard. The bedrooms and bathrooms have been designed and decorated with great care by the owners, who have studied every last detail and ensuring all the rooms have a feeling of spaciousness. To this effect, all the bedrooms have a small lounge area, large beds, a wood fire in two of the rooms, pressure showers, mini-bar, etc. The daring use of colours and the work carried out by local artists and cabinet makers is eye-catching. The breakfasts are generous in helpings and quality. The hotel also has a small wine cellar where local food products selected personally by the owners are on display and also for sale.

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Rusticae Hotel San Roque

(Tenerife, Spain)

Phone+34 922 133 435

Among pebbled streets and only a few metres from the blue waters of the Atlantic, Garachico is located in the Isla Baja district of Tenerife. San Roque charming hotel is set in an 18th century manor house that combines exquisite good taste, art, tradition and design. On entering the patio is dominated by the Mikel Navarro installation - The Sentinel - and inside the hotel is a large collection of "Bauhaus" furniture that attract the attention of a discerning eye. The designs of Le Corbusier, Mies van de Rohe, Eilen Grey or MacKintosh lie alongside original paintings of famous Spanish artists. The Hoffman bar, with its excellent selection of drinks, adds a touch of distinction blending well with the brilliance of the designs of this avant-garde artist. The result is a space in perfect harmony, restrained and elegant, embellished with personal, quality customer service. The hotel also has a heated swimming pool, an Olympic sized pool, a sauna, a tennis court, a large video collection, a sound archive and access to internet.

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Rusticae Hotel y Apartamentos Can Clotas

(Girona, Gerona, Spain)

Phone+34 972 546 688

Can Clotas is an old farmhouse dating from the fourteenth century located in the Alt Emporda, near the village of Cistella, in the province of Girona. We have enabled this former pagés for rural tourism. It has a capacity of 25 places around the complex between double rooms, suites and independent houses. There are 70 hectares of crops and forests, 1,000 m2 and 1,500 m2 of gardens rehabilitated buildings. Keeping to the smallest detail makes it unique in a natural setting of incalculable biological value. It elegantly combines its origins in a rural world, a life dedicated to the field, with a distinguished currently offering visitors exquisite comfort. It's not just an open space, but proximity, contact and the participation of the senses

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Rusticae Casas Alquiler Completo Las Casas De Satué

(Huesca, Spain)

Phone+34 670 202 244

Las Casas de Satué are located in the region of Serrablo by the Pyrenees of Aragón. There are three cottages available for the client. Tow of them are named Pallarón and La Borda and both have been renovated maintaining solid stone and traditional timber frame from the farm houses of the area. At 3 km of Satué along theMarls Golf course we find the third cottabe named the House of Golf, the most modern of the three. Idal for those who want to practice their swing also during holidays. All the cottage have the necessary facilities for traveling with children. So perfect for a family getaway, great location in the heart of nature allow the client to explore the area and enjoy all the landscape and the culture of the area. It is also perfect for lovers of activities and outdoor sports and in their immediate vicinity you can practice skiing, golf, mountain biking and horseback ... The Romanesque is another undoubted attractions of the area: some good examples are the village of Jaca and San Juan de la Peña, just 20 kilometers from Satué. In short, the complex of Las Casas de Satué offers a perfect location for exploring the Pyrenees of Huesca and share this beautiful natural setting with the family

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Rusticae Hostería Camino

(Leon, Spain)

Phone+34 987 601 757

Visitors passing through León who experience the towns and traditions of the Maragatería—perhaps even sampling traditional "maragato" stew— will likely suspect that the region offers much more to be savoured and experienced if one takes enough time. Savvy travellers make their way to Luyego, where the plains of Leon meet the mountainous silhouette of the Teleno (2190 m), to stay in this beautiful Hosteria Camino charming country hotel. Its two Maragata structures along with the central courtyard that unites them represent a unique place to delight in the local history and rich culture of the region. The architecture tastefully brings together all of the elements that typify the region, such as granite ashlars, terracotta floor tiles, exposed wooden beams, wooden windows and large solid-wood doors, wrought iron… Each of the nine rooms is distinct from the others, with fine wood on floors and ceilings, rustic furniture and exposed brickwork. After settling into this lovely hotel, enjoying a local stew is de rigeur.

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Rusticae Hotel Castillo de Gorraiz Golf & Spa

(Pamplona, Spain)

Phone+34 948 337 722

Part of the Egües Valley and only 6km from Pamplona in Navarra we find the Hotel Castillo de Gorraiz, an unique space designed to enjoy nature and relax. The Di­ez de Ulzurrun Goñi Brothers, the fourth generation of a family long devoted to the catering industry, opened in 2008 this elegant hotel that blends seamlessly with the nearby palace of the XVI century, restored in 1998, which hosts the restaurant that continues the family catering tradition started in the early last century in Sales Ulzuma. Inside the hotel, the fusion of stone, wood and furniture design up a leisurely atmosphere in which the author pictures, including Manolo Valdes originals, and velvet curtains shows up theatrical environment reminiscent. Inside the rooms, all with terrace, Roberto Atienza gets this same fusion of styles (vintage, art nouveau boheme-chic ...) with a dose of romanticism without renouncing modernity. Comfort, always present, clearly materializes in their heavenly beds, in which we have the feeling of sleeping under cover of clouds lying between the covers and down pillows. Bathrooms are remarkable because of stunning handmade Venetian mirrors, which have their analogy in the exceptional front that dominates the hotel's spa. Within it, the Bohemian crystal chandeliers and views of the strawberry and orange indoor garden join us on our way through the water area, the tepidarium or relaxation area, where we can taste freshly cut fruit and tea. And nothing better than to watch the sunset from the terrace of the hotel, gazing how the evening turns to subtle stroke orange to Pamplona.

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Rusticae Hotel Churrut

(Navarre, Spain)

Phone+34 948 625 540

Hotel Churrut is housed in an 18th century building in Navarra, owned by the Churrut family that has been converted into a comfortable charming hotel, whilst still remaining the family home. The gallery on the ground floor is an eye-catching feature with the comfortable wicker armchairs, glass wall that offers relaxing views of the garden. The guest rooms and the bathrooms are spacious and well-equipped, as are the two suites that also have a Jacuzzi bath. The interior decor has been carried out entirely by the family with mementoes, furniture and paintings that belonged to the house for generations. There are bright sitting rooms, a meeting room, and a gym available for guests.

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Rusticae Hotel Santa Coloma del Camino

(Burgos, Spain)

Phone+34 947 570 306

Santa Coloma del Camino is a charming hotel on the Burgos stretch of St. James’ Way and that again calls your attention. However, and without wishing to disparage the Way in the slightest, once we were at the hotel we decided to stay, take a walk to the castle, visit one or two hermitages, and take a stroll among fields that suggest the presence of bustards, both little and large. A hectare of wooded land surrounds the property and there’s a divine pool that is the centre of attention when the Castilian summer is at its height. Inside, light dominates the eclectic classique-nouveau decorated space, dominated on the ground floor by the main room and its rose-coloured marble chimney, at which pilgrims and profane travellers leisurely read by the wood fire. In the bathrooms the mosaics and Macael marble are white while the tiled floors are multi-coloured. From the windows the prospect is like something described by Delibes, a plateau inhabited by small game with villages, dominated by their churches, dotted across it.

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Rusticae Hotel Villa Nazules

(Toledo, Spain)

Phone+34 925 590 380

The headlines of this charming hotel promotional brochure “ Vida Nazules “ means Life Nazules. It’s a claim of life in the midst of this sea of olive trees. A building of stone and glass in the windows, authentic transparent walls which in fact defying The Castilla la Mancha architecture. Enjoying in Villa Nazules is secured because his beautiful landscape, the restaurant is a merge of traditional Castillian food and Eastern influence , and the singular spa Water & Light with plenty of mud treatments, seaweed and salts from the Dead Sea or wine therapy. A walk along the paths seeing partridges and oil in the is a must. And also unique is his stud at the San Jose Equestrian Club.

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Rusticae Casa Alquiler Completo El Capricho de Gredos

(Avila, Spain)

Phone+34676975583

Capricho de Gredos is a full rental house located in San Bartolome de Tormes a high mountain village known as the "Balcon de Gredos" by the wonderful views from the Sierra. The house is newly built, fully independent, distributed on two floors and is designed for short breaks as a couple or a couple with one or two children. You can get inside of it by the second floor, where there is a large bedroom with whirlpool bath, thermostatic shower and sunny terrace. On the ground floor you have a bright living room with fireplace, equipped with bar and kitchen garden unfolds. The most spectacular of the house are the stunning views of the Cirque de Gredos that can be watched from both plants, thanks to the luminous glass facade. The location of the Capricho House Gredos in the Sierra de Gredos Regional Park, near the popular swimming area of Charco de las Paredes, invites you to enjoy the outdoor activities such as hiking, mycological tourism, horse riding or skiing .

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Rusticae Hotel Cardamomo Sigüenza

(Guadalajara, Spain)

Phone+34 630 380 543

The tiny village of Carabias in Guadalajara lies hidden in the heart of the Alcarria, on the impressive plain dotted with arable land that separates Atienza and Sigüenza. Bathed in silence and surrounded by rocks weathered by time is Cardamomo-Sigüenza charming hotel. The hotel recreates the warm and peaceful atmosphere desired by travellers, interweaving the textures and light of the silent countryside with an interior ambience swayed by music, and delicate silks and velvets. The outdoor areas include a romantic patio, a secluded garden shaded by a leafy fig tree, and a rustic section of land to observe the immensity of the working plain through which Don Quixote travelled four centuries ago. Cardamomo unites stone, time, colour, touch, space, retreat and adventure. This enclave is also available to businesses to hold their reflection and creativity days. Marco Polo described real or imaginary places as “a promised land, yet to be discovered”, this couldn’t be truer of Cardamomo.

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Rusticae Hotel Rural Can Lluc

(Ibiza, Spain)

Phone+34 971 198 673

Can Lluc Small charming hotel, an Ibizan house that has recently been refurbished, is set in the heart of the most rural part of Ibiza in a peaceful valley full of beautiful pine, almond and ancient olive trees. The estate is surrounding by the most charming, peaceful landscape and great ecological value which is starting to become a rare commodity. None of the rooms are similar and different decorative elements have been used to this effect: four poster beds, rustic furniture, upholstry fabrics in pastel shades, fireplaces, wooden beams and tiled floors. However these materials describe the essence of décor in a country hotel rustic, simple and homely contributing to the harmony of the group of rooms. The common areas are also imbued with this traditional touch that offers complete with appropriate lighting and the two fireplaces. The garden with its zigzag swimming pool, its palm trees and sunbathing terrace are also wonderful places to relax and enjoy.

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Rusticae Hotel Villa Clementina

(Navarre, Spain)

Phone+34 948 102 922

Hotel Villa Clementina in Navarre has succeeded in restoring the splendour of the modernist era in this beautiful, 19th century casa de indiano, or colonial-style house. The luxury hotel revives aesthetic, creative and refined spirit of the fin de siècle, combining aspects of that period with contemporary concepts of design and comfort. Girded by 3,000 square meters of landscaped gardens, Hotel Villa Clementina was first conceived with the aim of becoming "the most beautiful house in the world" in the words of its developer, Stephen Ancil, back in 1888. After decades of silence, the fifth generation composed by Fernando, Juan and Maria Oíza Redín decided to recover the building, renovate it, and convert it into the hotel it is today. In its 9 private rooms, the balance between materials, space and light becomes apparent in a subtle yet palpable way. Each room is unique, though all feature a common point of union between the sleeping area and the bathroom as if an invisible path beckoned between the pleasures of bathing and sleeping—enticing guests to enjoy moments of relaxation and pleasure with no doors, no limits. Surrounded by gardens, Villa Clementina strikes a harmonious balance between outdoor and indoor spaces through superbly planned landscaping, where a British-style garden has also been painstakingly restored. The living room bathed in light with direct access to the breakfast terrace or the large vis a vis sofa presiding over the main lobby are just two of the many features that lend Villa Clementina a timeless air, which, beyond merely preserving the building’s original beauty, permeates every corner.

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Rusticae Hotel Zerupe

(Guipuzcoa, Spain)

Phone+34 943 508 582

Zerupe Hotel is situated in Zarautz, 16 km from San Sebastián and 43 km from Saint-Jean-de-Luz. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property and private parking is available on site. Each room at this hotel is air conditioned and is equipped with a flat-screen TV. You will find a coffee machine in the room. Every room comes with a private bathroom. You will find a shared lounge at the property. Hendaye is 35 km from Zerupe Hotel, while Hondarribia is 32 km from the property. The nearest airport is San Sebastián Airport, 32 km from Zerupe Hotel.

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Rusticae Amada Carlota

(Asturias, Spain)

Phone+34 609 114 405

The Amada Carlota Hotel lies in the Cabranes region of Asturias, amid endless green meadows, lush valleys and virgin forests. This charming inn is ensconced in a peaceful and rural landscape—offering that sublime tranquillity for which Asturias is rightly famous. This modern, newly built hotel represents the ideal base from which to explore and enjoy the region. From tastefully and sparingly appointed rooms, sporting lively colours or black and white, guests may admire the northern ranges of the nearby Sierra del Sueve and Redes Natural Park, with the Picos de Europa as a spectacular backdrop. The various design elements embellishing the hotel lend a unique air that provides a delightful contrast to the green mantle of surrounding landscape. Splendid, picturesque views liven the cosy, panoramic lounge, whose inviting nooks are furnished in black tones and noble woods, with splashes of colour offered by a number of objets d’art collected by the owners, Carlos and Yolanda—who left their previous way of life to pursue their dream project. A similar ambience can be felt in the cosy restaurant and common areas where guests become attuned to the environment through large, plate glass windows that flood space with natural light. Here, it is easy to lose one’s sense of time in the company of a well-chosen selection of books. Its gastronomy, always based on local and fresh products, excels due to its offering in traditional japanese cuisine. Following years of study, both in Spain and Japan, it is possible to enjoy the best of japanese cuisine in a classic Asturian surrounding, taking pleasure in the incomparable views of Picos de Europa, all the while you accompany the evening with a selection of classic (and not) dishes, which will transport you to the best Japan without even leaving the hotel.

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Rusticae Hospedería Señorío de Briñas

(La Rioja, Spain)

Phone+34 941 304 224

This small charming hotel is set in Briñas, La Rioja, a village close to the province of Alava and is reminiscent of its aristocratic roots surrounded by solid stone houses, interesting squares and 16th century churches. Among these houses a superb 13th century palace stands out. It was used during the Spanish civil war as the Headquarter for the Italian troops and today hosts a lovely hotel which still conserves the nobility and splendour of the past. Angela, the owner, has rescued the derelict building and carefully restored it. Architectural details, antique furniture, stone & ceramic floors and the artwork of the Polish painter Jull Dziamski add to its warmth and appeal. Hospederia Señorio de Briñas hotel could be described as a place of art, culture and relaxation. Guestrooms have lots of natural light and have the right combination of wall colours and textiles. A haven for those interested in the world of Rioja and a perfect base for visits to the famous wine cellars.

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Rusticae Hotel Casa do Terreiro do Poço

(Evora, Portugal)

Phone+351 917 256077

This manor house, 50km from the Spanish border and included in the Artistic inventory of Portugal for its frescos and wall paintings, is soon to receive the classification of Building of Public Interest. It was built in the 18th century and underwent several extensions over the following centuries. Casa do Terreiro do Poço charming hotel consists of three main buildings on the front of the house and two houses at the back, which open out onto a small orchard full of citrus trees, a swimming pool and ecological kitchen garden. The décor combines classical and contemporary styles; 18th century Portuguese arm chairs with oriental sofas and African tables. The walls are painted indigo blue, shades of green and ochre contrasting with the grey slate floors and the old wooden waxed doors with wrought iron work.

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Rusticae Hotel Sant Roc

(Lleida, Lérida, Spain)

Phone+34 973 480 006

The Sant Roc charming hotel in Solsona, Lleida, is the result of the work of Garrigasait family to restore this emblematic early 20th century building designed by the prestigious modernist architects Ignasi Oms and Bernardí Martorell. The first opening was in 1929 and 75 years later this family wished to improve the already high quality and prestige that the hotel gained initially. The spirit and style of the original structure has been maintained paying special attention to the exterior lighting of the building that stands out due to its strength and harmony. Exquisite interior decoration has been carried out in all the common areas with works of local artists and prestigious painters such and Perico Pastor, original pieces of furniture and lamps. The ceilings throughout the hotel exhibit classical paintings and chandeliers in the most elegant areas and wooden beams in the more rustic parts. The guestrooms, each designed with a different style, are all functional and contemporary and guests will find personalised service in a hotel where modernism and avant-garde are combined harmoniously.

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Rusticae Hotel Abad Toledo

(Toledo, Spain)

Phone+34 925 283 500

This hotel is set within the walled city of Toledo, the main building of which housed a blacksmith´s until 1815. Abad Toledo charming hotel is in a privileged setting with impressive views of the valley of the River Tagus and is surrounded by the most emblematic monuments of the city and very close to the Zocodover (main square). As is usually the case with this type of hotel the interior decor combines the original features of the building such as the wooden beams, wood and brickwork, etc. with modern, functional furniture. The guest rooms are equipped with all the modern comforts one would expect to find in a city hotel such as a safe, TV and Hi Fi system, satellite TV and air conditioning.

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Rusticae El Cuartón de Inés Luna

(Salamanca, Spain)

Phone+34 923 169 462

Right in the middle of the Salamancan region of Campo de Vitigudino we found the hotel El Cuartón de Inés Luna, an old palace of the 19th century which has been recently renovated and converted into a lodging, while keeping its original character. The story of this charming hotel is strange: it belonged to the father of Inés Luna, an important businessman who brought the electricity to Salamanca. When he died, Inés Luna, an extravagant and advanced woman, made of it her "house of freedom" where she spent a lot of time. We are in the countryside Charro, where holm oaks and oak trees grow up, and where grazes the wild cattle. In the rooms of the hotel the elegance and pure lines perfectly fit more modern details. The decor is made of features of Inés Luna's personality and the hotel offers views on the garden. The library and the dressmaking room are two welcoming spaces which invite you to read or relax, whereas the gardens and the terraces are perfect to organize some events or to relax with the fresh air. The gastronomy also plays a huge role. The restaurant offers a food of high quality which combines products of the area with originality and creativity. Not far from the hotel, you will also be able to visit the old area of Salamanca, Mogarraz or La Alberca, or to admire stunning natural landscapes like the Arribes del Duero or la Sierra de Francia.

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Rusticae Hotel Alcoba del Rey de Sevilla

(Seville, Spain)

Phone+34 954 915 800

This small charming hotel is situated just beside the basilica that houses the universal Santa María de la Esperanza Macarena in Sevilla. The hotel´s discrete, but elegant façade does not prepare you for what you will find in the interior: an explosion of colour, the relaxing sound of water and exhuberant aromas of another era. The architectural structure of Alcoba del Rey de Sevilla, based on the restoration of materials made by craftsman that were used in the Andalusí Seville, is centred around a Mudejar patio. The reception, grocery store, lounge, breakfast room and eleven guest rooms all lead off this main patio. Each guest room has a story of its own since they are dedicated to important characters in the former Al-Andalus. The decorative features and structure are different in each room: four poster beds, carved bed heads, inner doors with a horse-shoe shaped arch, silk and cotton fabrics, cedar wood furniture, etc. The owners have also taken great care with the bathrooms to ensure that they are in keeping with the rest of the hotel. Examples include the baths, polished brass basins and Victorian taps imported from India. Another of the attractions is that guests can buy any of the decorative elements that are present in the hotel.

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Rusticae Hotel Spa La Romana

(Alicante, Spain)

Phone+34 629 928 874

As you journey south to Almansa, the landscape starts to stretch out before your eyes, glimmering in the intense heat which never abates even at the sea. This region of Alicante conjures up childhood memories of Spain: shaking dates loose from the trees, the sound of the larks’ song and day trips on which shoulders burnt in the heat of the sun. Set against an inspiring backdrop, La Romana rises up like a mirage out of the dry earth, beneath which thermal waters gurgle and flow. This 14th century country house is a veritable oasis which houses an avant-garde minimalist interior, a restaurant brimming with new ideas and a spa offering Moorish-inspired treatments. Even those who love the green of the North won’t be able to resist the southern charms of the Garriga desert.

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Rusticae A Casa Antiga do Monte

(La Coruña, Spain)

Phone+34 981 812 400

Casa Antiga do Monte is a lovely stone house close to the Pilgrim town of Santiago de Compostela. The building is a blend of typical Galician architecture and modern design with wide balconies overlooking the gardens. This small charming hotel in La Coruña province is graciously furnished with wooden and iron furniture, original paintings done by a local friend and carefully chosen fabrics. It has retained a typical "Horreo" dating from the 18th century (where crops were dried and stored). In the spacious lounge there is a traditional lareira, that huge (inglenook) fireplace large enough to seat a whole family around during cold winter. Today guests are seated there for breakfast. In the warmer months you can dine out in a lovely outdoor dining area. A high waterfall runs down artificial rocks in one of the two gardens in the hotel. A swimming pool and gym are currently being built for guest use.

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Rusticae Hotel Casa del Abad

(Palencia, Spain)

Phone+34 979 768 008

Casa del Abad charming hotel consists of an emblematic building dated from the 17th century which was once the house of an abbot. It is situated in the historical and monumental town of Ampudia in Palencia. Thanks to the careful restoration carried out by Angel Garcia, the building has retained the majesty and splendour of the past. Clear examples of this are the spectacular dome in the entrance hall, the small chapel where the abbot used to give mass, an extensive collection of furniture, pictures and other antiques. The original atmosphere of the building is perfectly blended with the technological advance of today´s modern comforts. The hosts have paid great attention to detail with the interior decor to create a relaxing and friendly atmosphere. It has a swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi and tennis courts.

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Rusticae Hotel Mas Passamaner

(Tarragona, Spain)

Phone+34 977 766 333

The owners of Posada de la Casa del Abad de Ampudia, are embarking on this new hotel venture, Mas Passamaner also designed by the architect Ángel García Puertas. This new charming hotel will be pioneer in the luxury small charming hotels sector in the province of Tarragona. Situated on a 20,000 m2 with gardens and a large woodland area, the spectacular modernist building is attributed to the architect Domènech i Muntaner, author of the Palau de la Música in Barcelona among others. The rooms, two of them with private swimming pool, are distributed between the main building, the structure of which has been respected as far as possible and an annexed former farm house (masía). The hotel´s installations also include an outdoor swimming pool, spa with heated swimming pools, sauna, Turkish steam bath, beauty treatments, massage and other treatments; in addition to a gymnasium, tennis, paddle, archery, putting green and heliport. Absolute luxury!

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Rusticae Hotel Alhaurin Golf Resort

(Malaga, Spain)

Phone+34 952 59 58 00

Hotel Alhaurín Golf Resort is located in a privileged spot of the Málaga province, in the foothills of Sierra de Mijas and just a few kilometers from the Costa del Sol beaches. This Andalusian style hotel is surrounded by nature and large open spaces, facing the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park and World Biosphere Reserve, ideal for relaxing and playing golf. It has 38 spacious and cozy rooms, overlooking the Sierra de Mijas and decorated in style, excelling in comfort and good taste. Most of them have a sun terrace. Your stay will be very pleasant with the many facilities that Alhaurín Golf Resort puts at your disposal, such as its restaurants, swimming pool, gym, sauna, gardens or lounges for conferences and events. But the jewel of the hotel is its impressive 18 holes golf course designed by Severiano Ballesteros, which has become one of the 100 best golf courses in Spain. A great opportunity to learn or practice golf whatever your handicap may be. For sports lovers, Alhaurín is also equipped with a natural football pitch, approved by FIFA. The surroundings of the hotel are also ideal for cultural activities, wine and tapas routes, hiking, horse and bicycle routes, visiting museums, beaches and notorious places such as Alhaurín el Grande, Coín, Mijas, Marbella or Fuengirola.

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Rusticae Hotel Rincón de Traspalacio

(Madrid, Spain)

Phone+34 918 981 530

In the centre of the historic quarter of Robledo de Chavela, very close to El Escorial in Madrid province, guests will find a different and daring place to stay. Noteworthy is the austere deep crimson façade dotted with balconies. Behind the large wooden door there is an ideal place with a country feel where guests can relax in dynamic, colourful spaces with a combination of original elements and imaginative touches. In Rincon de Traspalacio hotel there are areas for relaxation starting with the rooms ranging from single rooms to split level penthouses with their careful decoration, each with their own style simple and harmonious. The swimming pool with its two stone fountains offer relaxation accompanied by the bells chiming from the Our Lady of Assumption church. To combine work with pleasure this charming hotel has a meeting room isolated from the hotel rooms with capacity for 40 people.

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Rusticae Hotel El Milano Real

(Avila, Spain)

Phone+34 920 349 108

A more sublime location cannot be found, as the terrace of this rural hotel in Avila enjoys magnificent views of the cirque of the Sierra de Gredos. The ouwners, lovers of cosy spaces and owners of El Milano Real, have spared no effort to create a comfortable and pleasant atmospere in each of the rooms at this charming rural hotel. In the recently built annex, each of the eight spacious suites is based on a distinct central theme (Nordic, Japanese, Arab, Gredos, etc.). All are equipped with hydro-massage as well as a books and DVD players associated with the prevailing motif. The remaining rooms enjoy the warmth which emanates from well polished parquet floors and an abundance of tastefully matched fabrics. On autumn evenings, there’s nothing quite like the pleasure of reading in the new sitting room or in the study, which contains over 2000 titles in English and Spanish. This rural hotel is clearly Rusticae quality.

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Rusticae Gar-Anat Hotel Boutique

(Granada, Spain)

Phone+34 958 225 528

This seventeenth century palace dedicated to pilgrimage is more than just a hotel; it also plays host to characters and stories both real and fictitious. The experiences, concerns, emotions and conversations of those who stay here are the foundations of the Gar-Anat, a traditional name which originated in Granada. This building of noble origin with its courtyard-style interior dating back to the Golden Age pays tribute to the stage in its hallway, vaulted basement, library, column-lined patio and rooms. Ten of the bedrooms are dedicated to Gar-Anat pilgrims. The hotel is located in the Realejo district, at the base of the Alhambra and a few minutes from the cathedral. Its rooms take us back in time. Names of works of Lorca, Manuel de Falla, Amin Maalouf ... baptize each of his stays. One of the bedrooms is located inside the tower and affords stunning views of the Realejo and the towers of the Alhambra.

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Rusticae Hotel L'Estació

(Valencia, Spain)

Phone+34 962 350 000

Bocairent and its medieval quarter transport guests to another era where Moors and Christians fought on the streets. This former train station enclosed in a copse of pine trees slowly reveals a variety of different corners from which to enjoy the mild Mediterranean climate including the bucolic, peaceful garden, the spacious terrace where breakfast is served and the patio. Josefina and Sebastián have recently taken over this hotel and have gone to great trouble to create a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere. Aware of the improvements that need to been made they compensate guests with sophisticated small details such as the generous aromatherapy kit or the basket of fresh, seasonal fruit found in every guest room. The decor is a combination of functional furniture from different periods and excellent paintings and personal belongings such as the suitcases sculpture belonging to the family that adorns the reception.

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Rusticae Hotel & Spa Manantial del Chorro

(Segovia, Spain)

Phone+34 921 506 498

There are several followers of the Sierra de Guadarrama who prefer the side of Segovia, and maybe it's because of the landscape who remains the safest urban folly to those who succumbed years ago the Madrid side. Among the tastiest corners of this skirt is Navafria, a small village with mountain pass, even though the village is often and the only waterfall noteworthy in Segoiva land, and names the establishment hand. El Manantial del Chorro is a spacious charming hotel, while respecting the aesthetic facade plastered with wooden beams and balconies view of form, distributes its brand-new main building and bungalows by a generous garden with beautiful views. The management has a strong commitment to these stalwarts of the Segovia side, making a very nice spa with thermal baths, shower cabins, sauna, Turkish bath and jacuzzi, open to the landscape through large windows. A panoramic restaurant with beautiful views offered the best of local cuisine and a large meeting room in separate building with everything you need for the demands of business, being also the quietest corner of the plot. Although well intended, the sound of cowbells cadent cattle becomes nanny for those coming here to escape the city.

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Rusticae Hotel Gran Claustre Restaurant & Spa

(Tarragona, Spain)

Phone+34 977 651 557

In the heart of the historic quarter of Altafulla amongst cobbled streets, this former convent built in 1732 lies next to the castle walls. The refurbishment has respected the former balconies, the arches and the original wrought ironwork, the walls of the passageways have been lined with wood and the rooms have been painted with different colours after which they have been named: Carbón Piedra, Acero Dulce, Ocre Campo, Tierra Africa, etc. The bathrooms combine traditional materials such as slate with modern design bathroom fittings. The hotel, also offers its guests an interior patio with a swimming pool, a roof terrace with solarium and jacuzzi which has panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea and the Tamarit and Altafulla castles.

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Rusticae Hotel Spa Villa de Mogarraz

(Salamanca, Spain)

Phone+34 923 418 180

It is a pleasure to arrive in a breathtakingly beautiful village of Salamanca—of great historical worth—and check into a building that, despite an air of impeccable renovation, perfectly reflects the age-old spirit of its surroundings with façades of exposed wooden beams and stone in the tradition of the sierras of Béjar. This is the special climate that produces such delicacies as Spanish-style Iberian hams, and the hotel dresses for the occasion with terracotta tiled floors and wooden ceilings made of oak in each of the twelve, attic-style rooms. In Villa de Mogarraz charming hotel the welcome is warm even in the dead of winter. Here the expert hands of Tomás Hoyos have carved the decoration of the entryway, along with other artistic elements throughout the building, such as the main staircase. Many pleasant surprises await. In the courtyard that provides sunlight to the corridors leading to the rooms, guests will find a well. However, this is no ordinary well. Those who peer down into its depths will be amazed to discover a heated pool and refurbished spa area. The rooms, with their asian-style furniture, provide a colonial counterpoint to this quaint hotel.

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Rusticae Hotel Las Casas del Cónsul

(Jaen, Spain)

Phone953 795 430

Perched on the city wall defending the historical and artistic heart of Ubeda stands the Hotel Las Casas del Consul—a UNESCO World Heritage site. This beautiful sixteenth century palace has been diligently restored. The building bears the Molina coat of arms and boasts typical Renaissance architecture and classical décor with highly prized antiques and coffered ceilings. Ample windows, lofty ceilings and clearly noble materials create a monastic atmosphere that easily coexists with the latest conveniences and creature comforts. Arranged around a courtyard with Renaissance columns are the guest rooms whose walls are decorated with objets d’art, and even, in certain cases, with exposed parts of Ubeda’s city wall. Bathrooms tastefully combine modern materials such as gressite tiles and steel with the stately elements that typify this building.

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Rusticae Casa Alquiler Completo Villa Cornelius

(Toledo, Spain)

Phone+34 925 709 111

Cornelius is a beautiful Tuscan-style Villa, located in the small village of Toledo. This magnificent villa has renovated and decorated its entire interior with minimal style. The hotel has 6 bedrooms, 4 junior suites and 2 doubles, each room with its own personality and charm, one of the double bedroom has been made especially for handicaps. The commun areas are designed to make you feel at home. Here everyone can gather around the living room, which has a fireplace, big flat screen TV and sound system. This place also has a modern fully equipped kitchen, a great office and game area. When the weather is nice and sunny you can go in the swimming pool, have a barbecue, or a drink by the porch. Villa Cornelius is close to The Tangus River surroundings are perfect for cultural activities, sports, and bird watching. Here you will be in touch with nature, you can take a walk next to The Tangus river where there are many animals, especially birds, by whom you will be charmed with their songs and beautiful noises.

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Rusticae Casas Rurales Atalaya del Segura

(Jaen, Spain)

Phone+34 607 710 995

Up in the higher quarter of Chiclana de Segura, the area popularly known as La Atalaya (the watchtower), Atalaya del Segura Rural Houses stands up, two houses of superior category holding the European territorial quality certificate "Calidad Rural Condado-Jaén". Thanks to their privileged location, they enjoy breathtaking views of the Sierras de Cazorla, Segura and Las Villas, Sierra Morena and Sierra Nevada. The buildings have been restored respecting the structure, materials and aesthetics of the original constructions, improving and conditioning them with the newest technical means and modern materials. Respect for the environment has been taken into account trough the whole process, taking full advantage of the potential value of Chiclana de Segura, a troglodyte village of cave houses, its past still to be fully discovered, where the late medieval poet Jorge Manrique used to live. The houses are built on the rock and offer an elegant if rustic decor. Casa Grande has 3 double bedrooms, with an extra double bed, 3 bathrooms, 1 toilet, living room, terrace and patio. Casa El Tabaque consists of 2 double bedrooms, with a double sofa bed, 2 bathrooms, living room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen, terrace and patio. You have the option to book a room, rent a house or rent the whole setting, with a maximum capacity of 14 people. In addition to the kitchen, the houses also share a beautiful terrace-veranda equipped with barbecue, tables, chairs, sink ... and a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains. Visitors may find the World Heritage Cities of Úbeda and Baeza at less than one hour drive away, while the most active ones can enjoy nature activities such as hiking, 4x4 routes, canyoning, kayaking or mountain biking.

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