Part of a 17th- to 18th-century convent, the inn clings to the top of the Huécar gorge in Cuenca's old town and most of the traditionally furnished rooms here have balconies or terraces over the river. Intimate and personal touches, like a leafy garden and cozy nooks distributed around the public spaces, give the inn its charm, and an informal, friendly mood prevails. Most rooms have their own bathrooms, and some have adjacent sitting rooms with extra beds, which is a
plus for families.
Jun 19, 2002
You enter through a heavy wooden door off a narrow street. Suddenly you are in another world. A heavy old fashioned key opens the door to your room. The room was charming with four poster bed, antiques and a panoramic view of the gorge and parador. The modern bath had every toiletry you would ever need. Breakfast was a delight in the sunny "restraunt". At 55 euros it was a grand value. Our only regret is that we stayed only one night! We
can't wait to return to the Posada and Cuenca!