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About Albarracin

Known for the pinkish shades of its half timbered houses, scenic vantage point and charming warren of streets which rise up to its fortress, for many Albarracín is one of Spain's most beautiful villages. The best places to stay in Albarracin will show you that the magic and romance of this place comes from its unique, 11th Century architecture, left over from when it was the seat of a small Islamic state. And part is from the sense of timelessness you'll find here.

Perched amongst hills and overlooking spectacular valleys, including the Río Guadalaviar valley, there's plenty to explore outside the town as well.

The Best Places to Stay in Albarracín

  • The Casona del Ajimez is a six room hotel set beneath Albarracín's castle walls, beautifully renovated to its historic glory, and surrounded by a pretty garden and spectacular views.
  • Casa de Santiago has been converted from a mansion, once owned by the church of Santiago, and its got plenty of original features, impressive views and a great traditional restaurant.

Still not sure which is the best place to stay in Albarracín for you? Browse through our list of all the best places to stay in Albarracín, or contact one of our friendly Gurus for advice.


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Best Hotels in Albarracin

  • Casona del Ajimez Albarracin (Albarracín) 6 rooms from £66

    Views  -  Wonderful valley views.
    Sights nearby  -  Right next door to the Cathedral.
    Outstanding location

    Small hotel set beneath the castle walls of Albarracín. Explore the walled city and return to this tastefully renovated historic house with a delightful garden in which to relax. Each room has its own distinctive Spanish decor and enjoys stunning views. See More

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  • Casa de Santiago Albarracin (Teruel) 8 rooms from £77

    Views  -  Stunning views out over the National park.
    Restaurant  -  Offering good local Teruel cuisine.
    Sights nearby  -  Beautiful Medieval village.
    Great walks  -  Hiking too.

    Restored mansion which once belonged to the church of Santiago turned small hotel. Plenty of original features including exposed wooden beams and tiled floors. Restaurant serving traditional regional cuisine. Great views over the hilltop town. See More

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