Finding an ideal family-friendly inn in Consuegra does not have to be difficult. Welcome to San Poul, a nice option for travellers like you.
San Poul is a family-friendly inn offering a kitchenette and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The inn features 24 hour front desk. Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Consuegra. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Travellers looking for pubs can head to La Rueda.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Windmills (0.8 mi), Consuegra Castle (0.7 mi), and Rucio Windmill (0.8 mi), which are some popular Consuegra attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the inn.
San Poul looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Consuegra.
Our room was fairly quiet, despite there being a bar below. Never ate there as we arrive late night and left early morning the next day, but it always seemed to be busy and the foot looked good. Rooms were a little warm, but comfortable and relatively clean. It said there was air conditioning, but we could not control it as the remote had no batteries. Furthermore, there was free wifi, but we were never offered the password. We had a view of other rooms' windows on a roof like thing
Definitely a very 'interesting' place, we were there on a bank holiday, Barcelona were playing Athletico, the bar was filled with locals (which was fine) with lots of children running round which was 'interesting' as they were trying to learn English from us. Buy a drink and you got two tapas... ... we didn't need a meal. The room was comfortable. The town has up on the hill a castle and TEN windmills which made it all very worthwhile. The prices for the hostel was cheap. Don Quixote country. The town is very run down.
Quite a sad hotel in a sad town. Everything was clean. It is pretty economy like. Staff cheerless. Chosen because so few other options. Breakfast is not included even though the hotel sits above its own bar/cafe. They charged us twice on the credit card and infact tried to debit the card three times. They were very unhelpful in correcting their error and in the end we had to get the credit card company to resolve their unprofessional business practices.
So it all happened like this, we got stranded in Consuegra as we missed the last bus service to Toledo. After some attempts of hitchhiking which failed; we started consulting locals about the possibilities to reach Toledo. We then just decided to head back into the town of Consuegra. We found San Poul Hostel on booking.com and immediately booked it as we walked towards Consuegra. Even better we were welcomed with a warm welcoming smile and restaurant was opened for us as we wished to have dinner. The gentleman at the front desk was very friendly despite we not knowing spanish and he not knowing English. Nevertheless, we managed to understand each other. I will highly recommend this hostel to anyone for their hospitality and cheap tariff. Kudos San Poul Hostel!
Good basic hotel - quite comfortable and feels like it is run by a family and catering for locals. When we wanted an extra towel, an elderly gentleman and his young grandson brought it to our room. We ate in the restaurant there. At 9pm on a Saturday night we were the only people eating and the room was in darkness until we arrived. Very accommodating people. Unfortunately our Spanish is very minimal so we had the daughter and daughter-in-law and their three young children helping us choose what to eat with the aid of a dictionary. Lots of laughter! Food was quite good as well
There is not a wide choice of accommodation in Consuegra, and we plumped for this inexpensive hotel with its own restaurant, as we expected (correctly) that everything else would be closed on an autumnal sunday evening. We entered throught the bar, with its unpromising scatter of litter on the floor and men watching football. But the attendant was friendly enough and showed us to a room at the front of the hotel overlooking the dull street. (Rooms at the back may have a more interesting outlook - or not!). The fittings and bathroom were all a bit tired but functional, with a decent double bed. We had booked ahead for media pension and sat alone in the restaurant, though staff were friendly and welcoming despite being kept at work just for us. Food was tasty and warming - judias con jamon, Ciervo, wine, dessert... And very good value at 36 euros per person media pension. Breakfast in the bar was basic but fresh - we had to wait while someone went out to buy bread. No complaints here.…