Paradores of Castilla Y Leon

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    Parador de Lerma

    Dominating the main square of the small town of Lerma is the splendid 17th-century Palacio Ducal de Lerma, now a luxurious Parador. The massive square building has a spired turret at each corner, and a large central courtyard surrounded by arcades featuring both Tuscan and Ionic columns. The interior décor, elegant and noble, and the Parador’s facilities – which include a sauna and a heated pool – are in keeping with the atmosphere of the former palace. At the hotel’s...

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    Parador de Villafranca del Bierzo

    This small and charming Parador has Galician architecture and a traditional Castilian interior seen in the furniture in the entrance halls, chairs, and wrought iron lamps. Wooden floors found throughout offer a feeling of elegance and comfort while the welcoming and comfortable living room is one of the most pleasant spaces of the Parador. Bedrooms are comfortable and well furnished with wooden floors and a range of amenities The restaurant specialises in trout, local...

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    Parador de Benavente

    On the site of the castle built in 1202 and almost destroyed during the Napoleonic Wars. The old tower – Torre del Caracol – with it’s beautiful Mudejar room is incorporated into the Parador. The interior is classically decorated with rugs, forged lamps, coffered ceilings, wood and Castilian bricks. It has spectacular living rooms, comfortable bar and a restaurant offering the region’s gastronomic fare. Enjoy a glass of local wine in the beautiful garden.

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    Parador de Cervera de Pisuerga

    This modern Parador is built in the style of a five story hunting lodge and the interior as well as the exterior reflects the theme of a hunting lodge, with impressive stone fireplaces, wood panelling, and walls decorated with the heads of wild animals. The public sitting areas are cosy and comfortable, as are the bedrooms with their bright balconies and views of the Ruesga reservoir and the distant mountains of the Natural Park of Fuentes Carrionas. The restaurant – which...

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    Parador de Ciudad Rodrigo

    Dramatically situated on a rocky rise above the River Águeda, this ivy-clad medieval castle once guarded the main road between Salamanca and Portugal. The castle as it now stands was constructed in the 14th century. The Parador is dominated by an imposing two-tier castellated tower, and is surrounded by a well-tended garden. The interior maintains a historic atmosphere, with a fine courtyard and much Castilian furniture. In the restaurant – which features fine old stone...

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    Parador de Salamanca

    A modern building on the left bank of the River Tormes, with stunning views across the river to the old city – a particularly fine sight at night, when it is floodlit. The Parador de Salmanca provides an elegant, spacious and comfortable base from which to explore this fascinating city. Tastefully decorated throughout with much use of marble, the hotel has lush tropical gardens, with a swimming pool and tennis court and a children's playground. There is also a sauna, a...

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    Parador de Soria

    Parador de Soria is an excellent four star hotel in a privileged location and an ideal setting for a quiet and very relaxing break. Breathtaking views of the valley and the historical town can be enjoyed from nearly all parts of the hotel. All standard rooms and junior suites are flooded with light and have parquet flooring and bathrooms with large windows. Most of them also feature views of the Duero valley. There is a bar and local Castilian dishes are served in the...

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    Parador de Tordesillas

    Surrounded by pine trees and wonderful gardens, the Parador de Tordesillas enjoys a quiet and peaceful setting without being too far away from the sights and attractions of nearby Tordesillas. This Parador is a traditional Castilian manor house, with a fine pillared portico and an elegant interior and a number of valuable antiques. In the spacious garden, surrounded by a pine grove, there is an outdoor pool and a children’s play area, while the hotel building itself houses a...

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