Top ten cosy and rural-style boutique hotels in Spain, perfect for autumn break. PART I

Autumn is a great time to visit Spain; the landscape gets green again, the sea stays warm and average air temperatures can still reach up to 28 °C. Discover five cosy, friendly, and warm boutique hotels to ensure the success on a weekend getaway…

1. La Almunia del Valle Boutique Hotel (Granada)

LA ALMUNIA DEL VALLE

La Almunia del Valle is a small “boutique hotel” in Granada, located in one of the most beautiful places of the province

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2. Esquiladores Posada Real Boutique Hotel (Avila)

ESQUILADORES POSADA REAL

Esquiladores Posada Real is a privately owned boutique hotel located in Avila, only two hours away from Madrid and amidst the impressive Sierra de Gredos Natural Park. Pure nature for you!

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3. Posada La Pastora Boutique Hotel (Zaragoza)

POSADA LA PASTORA

Located in the Pre-Pyrenees of Aragon and close to the famous town Sos del Rey Catolico, our charming hotel invites you to practice the kind of rural tourism you are waiting for.

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4. Hotel Urune (Basque Country).

Urune

Discover a peaceful backwater in the Bay of Biscay, the Urdaibai Biosphere Reserve, located in Bizkaia region Spain.

Set high on a hill in a Basque Country nature reserve, Urune boutique hotel has chic interiors, delicious food and huge views of valley and sky.  …………….

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5. El Jardín Vertical (Valencia)

JARDIN VERTICAL

Vilafames, 25 Km away from Castellon and its famous Oropesa and Benicassim beaches, is an historic village standing on top of a hill. Contemporary art museum, castle, cathedral, and our unique Boutique Hotel El Jardin Vertical with and excellent Mediterranean cuisine.

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Meet BHS:

We are an association of privately owned boutique hotels in which our main objective is making you feel at home or even better. We will share our knowledge of the land, acquired along many years to show you the best kept secrets of what´s in the area.

Come in and believe we will treat you as you deserve 😉