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Recent Reviews

  • Cozy home in rural Spain near Segovia.
    5 of 5

    We loved our stay at Las Casas del Soto. Ana, the owner, met us at the home, showed us the home, gave detailed instructions on how to use the wood stove which had more than ample supplies (and which was absolutely lovely!) and showed us the local cafe. The home is located in a very small town, surrounded by fields and farms. If you're looking for a relaxing, quiet, authentic rural Spain experience this is your place! The home is located a twenty minute drive from Segovia, which we visited twice and which is a gorgeous historic city. Coca, Salamanca, and Avila are all within driving distance of the home for day trips. Although we only drove through it, there are national parks within driving distance as well. The bed was comfortable, the bathroom was spacious, and in general the home was everything we were looking for. Thank you, Ana, for sharing your home with us!

    Stayed: Oct 2018
  • Great apartment
    5 of 5

    Karen and I fell in love with the apartment and Segovia. The apartment was located over a bar and on a relatively quiet street just off the main square. The apartment had plenty of room with terrace window in the living room and the bedroom. Bed was comfortable, bathroom spacious and kitchen well stocked with a central window in the kitchen which provided great ventilation. No AC but this was not a problem as it was cool at night in late September and a fan was provided. We became friends with the employees at the bar and borrow wine glasses from them. The noise from the streets was not a problem for us as we did not get in from dinner until 11PM or later and the windows to the street filtered most of the noise. The rest of the noise was obscured with the “white noise “ app on our ipad and the fan.Great restaurants nearby and the sights were very interesting: Cathedral with tower, aqueduct and the alcazar. The Plaza Meyor was lively every night and there were many college students at the many tapas restaurants throughout the town. If there was any negative, it was the fact that the lady who let us into the room spoke no English and my weak Spanish could not grasp any of her rapid speech. Our concerns disappeared when we got to the Tourist information office and we found a person there who could speak English and answered all our concerns. We were there 4 days and nights and loved every minute.

    Stayed: Sep 2018