If you are looking for peaceful accomodation in the outskirts of the town here's one . Was once a convent in the 16th century, seven kilometers away from the historic area, halfway through the scenec route. I like the circular path even though it was quite messy . I love to walk and did some rounds and that's what counts. The patio is a romantic area, the salon with its antique and rustic furnitures is a nice place to idle with drinks or watch television, the ceilings and the galleries just catched one's attention. The room(we had) was quite large with comfy bed and the bathroom is large as well ( had always a good sleep on it ). The lavatory is also somewhat but seemed the chambermaid had to hurry forgetting some specific spots to be clean so do in the room itself. We might have no luck this time because some of our travelmates told us their rooms were alright....but it must not happen though. Some room photos are kept for further use.
Talking of service in the dining room.....well....it's up to you to judge. We were somewhat unsatisfied. We were guests and not only a number!
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Address: Ctra de Buenache, Km 7, Cuenca, Castile-La Mancha, 16001, Spain