Cordoba Bed and Breakfasts

Cordoba bed and breakfasts offer a lot of variety, and they are quite popular with travelers. The overall popularity likely has something to do with the intimate nature of these hotels. They aren't too big, so guests typically enjoy more solitude and more attention to customer service. The fact that breakfast is included in the price can also be very tempting, especially if you don't want to fuss over your morning meals while on vacation.

There are a decent number of Cordoba hotels that could technically be classified as bed and breakfasts, as many of the local lodging establishments include some kind of morning meal in their rates. One of the very best is La Hospederia El Churrasco (pictured). Part restaurant, part B&B, this wonderful establishment at 38 Calle Romero offers nine uniquely decorated rooms, all of which have jetted tubs in their private bathrooms. Other amenities that are found in the tasteful guest units are mini bars, satellite TV, Internet access, and air conditioning. As for the location, it is hard to beat. This Cordoba B&B calls the Old Quarter home, or the Juderia as it is commonly known, and that means that all the top attractions are just a short walk away.

One of the other top Cordoba bed and breakfasts is the Hospederia Del Atalia. Also one of the best boutique hotels in Cordoba, this twenty-unit lodging establishment is relatively large as far as B&Bs are concerned. That being said, it still maintains an intimate atmosphere, and it's hard to find fault with the tasteful rooms and suites. The in-room amenities aren't overflowing, but since this hotel is found right in the heart of the Juderia, you might not care that the TV doesn't have a bunch of English-language channels, for example. A simple, continental breakfast is included in the rates at the Hospederia Del Atalia, and guests can opt to pay extra for a full breakfast if they please. Buen Pastor 19 is the address, and parking is available for a fee, though attempting to drive in the Juderia can be very difficult for tourists with car rentals. As such, guests might choose to park outside of the district.

For some travelers, staying outside of Cordoba and heading into town for tours on the side is the way to go. When this is the case, the Old Schoolhouse B&B might be worth adding to the potential lodging list. Found at 6 Calle Fernandez de Santiago in the town of Posadas, this guest house provides very clean and comfortable rooms. There are four total, and they all feature air conditioning, a flat-screen TV with satellite programming, a DVD player, and a coffee/tea maker. Wi-Fi is available, and the morning breakfasts are quite complete. Posadas is about twenty miles west of Cordoba, and daily trains are available. There are also daily trains that travel between Posadas and Seville, so a trip to this Andalucian city might be in order.

Other regional destinations that are worth keeping in mind when it comes to the Cordoba bed and breakfasts are Priego de Cordoba and Iznajar. Both are found within the Cordoba Province and thus provide proximity to Cordoba, not to mention a wealth of other great regional destinations. In Priego de Cordoba, the Casa de Suenos is one a few B&Bs that can make a relaxing regional base, while the Casa la Celada and the Cortijo Andalus figure among the Iznajar B&Bs.



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