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Casa Aldomar
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Carrer de Bosch, 11, 46800 Xàtiva Xàtiva (Valencia - España)

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  • "Valencia. An 18th century mansion in Xàtiva’s old town "
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Casa Aldomar is a charming boutique hotel located in the heart of Xàtiva’s old town, overlooking La Seu (Cathedral) and the Castle. The house dates from at least the eighteenth century and used to belong to a silk manufacturer. It has been skilfully rehabilitated to recover its character, adapting...

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Rooms

  • Total Rooms 5

Children under 12 not allowed

Property facilities

  • Extra beds
  • WIFI

Facilities of property

  • In town

Common services

  • Hairdryer

Nature

Valley of Bixquert

Municipal Natural Place the Black Cova

The valleys of Júcar and Ayora

Natural Park of the Sierra de Mariola

Beach. A little over an hour from the hotel, you can enjoy the beaches of Gandía, Denia or Jávea.

Culture & Heritage

Xàtiva. Staying at Casa Aldomar, you will be able to see at first hand the rich history of Xàtiva, which goes back to the Iberian culture, and through which Romans, Visigoths, Muslims and Christians have passed. Xàtiva was one of the most important towns in the Kingdom of Valencia and the birthplace of Borja potatoes. From here also came other relevant characters, such as the painter José de Ribera "El Españoleto" and the inventor of the shorthand and fountain pen. Although it was burned in 1707 by the Bourbon troops, it retains an important heritage, especially in its old quarter, declared a historical-artistic site. Visit the castle, La Seo, the Royal Hospital, the hermitages of Sant Feliu, Sant Josep and Santa Ana, the churches of Sant Pere and Sant Francesc, the Plaza de la Trinidad, the birth house of Pope Alexander VI or the many palaces of the nobility of different eras.

Route of the Borja. This route collects the trace and the splendor of the most universal Valencian family, the Borja or "Borgia" in the Valencian Community. It begins in Gandía and ends in Valencia, crossing different monumental groups. Xativa was the birthplace of the popes Calixto III and Alejandro VI, and several of his moments are related to this family, such as the birthplace of Alexander VI, the church of San Pedro, the Collegiate or Seu, and the hermitage of Santa Ana.

Black Cova In the vicinity of Xàtiva is the Cova Negra, declared a Municipal Natural Area in 2006. A privileged landscape that leads to the site of the Cova Negra, declared a Site of Cultural Interest, basic to understanding European prehistory and Neanderthal man's life.

Other locations of interest. After visiting Xàtiva, you can get closer to other charming towns, such as Bocairent, Ontinyent or the city of Valencia.

In the House

Make yourself at home. Casa Aldomar is a small rural hotel with only 5 rooms, which will offer you the privacy and tranquility you are looking for. Have breakfast in your bright dining room, relax in the living room, read a book or play a board game in the library.

Luxury views. Casa Aldomar provides magnificent views of the old town of Xàtiva, especially the Castle and the Collegiate Church of Santa María, popularly known as La Seu.

A little while in the open air. Casa Aldomar has a terrace with good views and a spacious patio that offers a green oasis of tranquility so you can relax after each visit or excursion.

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Guest Book Casa Aldomar

Based on 3 comments

9.0

Hotel

10

Room

8.7

Breakfast

7.3

Hotel Service

10

  • 9

    15-11-2016

  • BestLa casa tiene un encanto muy especial, lo único que me falto fue una televisión, pero sin duda ninguna es el trato tan especial que hay incluso antes de la llegada ya te llaman para explicarte donde esta ubicado, dónde poder comer. Habitaciones luminosas, muy limpias y bonitas. Totalmente recomendable
    WorstUna televisión en la habitación
  • 9

    01-09-2017

  • BestEl dueño muy amable
  • 9

    16-08-2016

  • BestMuy buena ubicación, precisa decoración, tranquilidad absoluta y muy buen trato. El desayuno buenisimo y abundante. Al ser un edificio antiguo aunque fuera hacía un calor horrible , dentro se estaba muy bien, ni siquiera necesitamos poner el aire acondicionado
    WorstEl restaurante Canela y Clavo que nos recomendaron en el hotel, no nos gustó nada nos negaron el menú del día y luego vimos que a las mesas de clientes conocidos se lo ofrecían.. Nos clavaron una cuenta de más de 100 euros por una comida que no era apta ni para perros y que nos resultó imposible comer.