Hotel Chancilleria

Calle Chancilleria 21, Jerez De La Frontera, 11403, Spain
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Hidden Gem

by santaclara3 about Sabores hotel chancilleria

A wonderful hidden gem of a restaurant,Miguel will only be too happy to give you the best local knowledge iwith these dishes.A fusion of local produce with seafood, local meat, with an eclectic mix.A wonderful wine list to accompany the incredible food. Excellent prices to go with it all. Well worth a visit.Highly recommended. Favourite dish would probably have to be papayo cheese with violet jelly. Incredible locally produce cheese is fabulous.

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Forum Posts

Jerez - Motogp

by bikerchisp

Hi,
We are planning on going to the Motogp at Jerez in March this year. We've got a flight that arrives in Jerez late on Sat eve but the race starts early Sunday morning. Does anyone know how close the airport is to the circuit and if transport to the circuit will be easily available on the Sunday morning of the race..? Are there any local hotels or B&B's that someone could recommend?
Many thanks!

RE: Jerez - Motogp

by puerto_lover

Local hotels will be impossible to find. And probably hotels for miles around. There was another guy who posted a message who had been on the phone to 35 + places and finished up in Cadiz which is too far ! Prices for accom. rocket during the festival of speed, and plenty of bikes on the streets ! The world and his wife will be at http://www.circuitodejerez.com/
The circuit is east of Jerez on the Arcos road. The airport is north of Jerez on the Seville road. Look on www.viamichelin.com for the local map.
If you are lucky with the weather, it may be a question of sleeping under the stars. Check weather on the day; http://weather.yahoo.com/forecast/SPXX0046.html

Hope you find some kind soul to lend u a bed for the night or at least have some warm weather.

RE: Jerez - Motogp

by bikerchisp

I thought as much...!!! I guess we'll just have to load our sleeping bags and pack our thermals. Thanks very much for the response, very much appreciated.
Emma

RE: RE: Jerez - Motogp

by Mousico

We have recently moved to Chiclana which is located 45 minutes drive from the Jerez circuit. My husband is a bike nut and we know how hard it is to get anywhere to stay in Jerez as we tried two years ago without success.

We may be able to help out as we have a three bedroomed ville and are happy to offer b&b for the Moto GP weekend this year. We have a lockable garage for storage of bikes, a very large garden (if you want to bring a tent) and have two bedrooms available (one with a double bed and one with two singles).

Please let me know if you are interested.

Travel Tips for Jerez de la Frontera

Their "ensaladilla" is the best of Spain

by H0BB1T about Las Bridas

This is a small restaurant located by Parque González Hontoria. Family restaurant, their food is superb, and even though the owner is kind of grumpy, the restaurant is always full. You need reservations if you want to eat there. Ensaladilla (russian salad) is absolutly gorgeus, you must try it.
Their menu will depend on the morning's shopping in the market. They know how to fry the fish, I recommend you to ask for a "fritura variada".
Their desserts are delicious, all grandma recipes. I love their chestnut's mousse.

Bring On The Dancing Horses

by NomadicWorld

If you like horses, well a bit more than if yours wins the 3.30 at Aintree then this is the place for you. Here the andalucian dancing horses perform (I think twice a day) in the main arena.

Some of the skill on display is amazing to watch especially when the horses do their dancing, think john travolta with four legs.

Get there early as there is high demand and you will find yourself in a big queue, just as we did. To be fair they waited until everyone was in before they started the show so fair play to them.

if I remember rightly you aren't supposed to take photo's until a certain point in the show but all around people were taking a few sneeky shots. I think its more to do with the flash aspect of things and those who used theres were told off by the glum faced girls watching the crowd.

All in all a nice experience and there are some beautiful grounds to walk round after the show.

Bodega Gonzales Byass - Tio Pepe

by angidesign

Jerez is full of Bodegas, and you should at least visit one or two. Most of them offer visited guided tours in different langueages with sherry tasting, and this is a good way to learn more about the makeing and history of sherry. All of them can have a shop where you can buy merchandising things and sherry bottles, if you like. We visited 2 Bodegas, which we were told would be the nicest ones. The Bodega Gonzales Byass is famous for its Tio Pepe Sherry and you have a very nice and informative tour - partly with a little train - through the cellars of the bodega and the company ground. Very enjoyable.

Coming soon

by blint

I haven't got time to tell you about the famous equestrian shows or Flamenco right now, so meanwhile if you are planning to go to Jerez these are two important visits if you like horses and different music forms, so please keep them in mind.

Jerez is the hotbed of Flamenco and you can see some of the most authentic shows here and it is also highly famous for the Cartusian white horses.

Flamenco: www.caf.cica.es
Horses: www.realescuela.org

Check out these websites to give you a better idea.

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Address: Calle Chancilleria 21, Jerez De La Frontera, 11403, Spain