An atmospheric Monastery on the Santiago Route.
Built on an old Roman settlement, this old convent and was once the court of the Kings of Castille and León during the middle ages and was rebuilt in the 16th century to include a Gothic Cloister.
In fact, the ample enclosure still conserves the building corresponding to the old monastery itself, a declared National Historical Monument. Its orchard turned garden is also an open invitation to take long strolls.
Being separated from the urban nucleus by the Carrión river, the monastery really is in a privileged zone, one that is ideal for excursions, horse riding, fishing and trekking – almost anything to do with nature and the earth.
It is also an important base on the Route of Santiago.
Soberbio lugar en un lugar tranquilo y rodeado de naturazela.Espacios amplios y con el espíritu de la construcción monacal intacto.
Cómodo, sobrio , elegante; un lujo
Beautiful historic hotel
Date of stay 26/04/2017
This a quite an extraordinary, charming place to stay. The rooms and common areas have been beautifully done with antiques and taste, bringing out many features of the old monastery. There are a number of beautiful areas to read, watch TV or have a quiet chat, including a two-story cloister. Breakfasts had lots of selection and were generally good, except for the scrambled eggs. Real decaf coffee would be nice for those of us who can't take caffeine. The one area of slight weakness was the staff who were adequate and pleasant but did not show that extra level of engagement and did not go out of their way to inform or help. The restaurant is quite OK if you are tired at the end of a long day. This gets 5 stars over-all for value for money.