This Parador is another excellent place to stay.
Sympathetically restored and as you walk around and you can almost feel centuries of history and tradition soaking in to you.
Did not dine as our experience of Parador food has not been great so no comment on that.
Very small criticism what was an otherwise excellent stay -
I guess housekeeping need to sharpen up a bit?
Mini bar poorly stocked
Only one small bar of soap
Batterys missing from TV remote control
Only two tissues in the tissue box
The intriguing history of the monastery was only shown in Spanish in the public areas and in the bedrooms, shame because we spent ages with our dictionary trying to understand the history.
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