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Casa del Organista

At a Glance

    Pros

  • personal and friendly service
  • warm interior design
  • lovely views of tiled roofs and rolling hills

    Cons

  • limited availability and difficult to book in high season
  • some rooms are very small

Casa del Organista Review

A typical casona montañesa (noble mountain manor) with painstakingly crafted stone and wood details, this intimate hideaway makes a slightly rustic, elegant base for exploring one of Spain's finest Renaissance towns. Dating from the 18th-century, the house is cozy, with comfortable and tastefully appointed rooms, and makes a handy alternative to the pricier and more famous national paradors nearby.

    Hotel Details

  • 14 rooms.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Dec. 15–Jan. 15.
Updated: 06-13-2013

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