Hotel rural Posada Villa de Silos is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Santo Domingo de Silos, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Hotel rural Posada Villa de Silos offer a flat screen TV and a desk.
Guests of Hotel rural Posada Villa de Silos are also welcome to enjoy a lounge, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Restaurante Santo Domingo de Silos, one of the steakhouses that can be found in Santo Domingo de Silos, which is a short distance from Hotel rural Posada Villa de Silos.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos (0.1 mi), Sad Hill Cemetery (0.7 mi), and Museo de Instrumentos Musicales (0.1 mi), which are some popular Santo Domingo de Silos attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the small hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Santo Domingo de Silos!
Waiting for about one hour for monastery to open we sat here and had coffee. Sitting and enjoying the sun on the deserted (no cars) Plaza Mayor of this little town was heaven. A great memory to create!
Had a meal here and sat outside, the place was short staffed with just one girl doing everything, but the meals were plain and quite cheap and of course they had a nice bottle of Ribero del Duero - so cheap enough and it was ok because we were late and hadn’t got time to risk going elsewhere in case they were closed
This review is only for the restaurant. The menu priced at 11€ was not really expensive. The options available were very simple, that is not bad, but the finishing was not polished, and the rations were really spare, even the amount of accompanying chips, that at least would make your dish looks fuller. The location is good, in the main square. There is also an outdoor area, although we went for the internal saloon. It fitted around 6 tables and was simply functional. Service could be friendlier also, but as probably is frequented by passing tourists maybe they don´t bother too much.
Tried to order a simple mixed salad to finally get something between the teeth as a vegetarian crawling from restaurant to restaurant, seeing nothing but Wurst, Jambon etc., ordered the salad, asking for it to be without meat (and fish, which is meat, but anyway....) because of a weird (though selfinflicted bc uninformed) experience with Croquettas earlier aaand: the salad came with tuna (which was a nice reminder of the Camino where I basically had the same problem, but this is another story, or is it not?) Also: Omlette to be with garlic and prawns came with green beans and bacon and almost no prawns. Nicely located restaurant though.
Simple rooms above a bar/restaurant. Lovely and clean. Certainly offers good value and is very close to the monastery. This has it's down side as you need to get used to the bells. The breakfast is simple but does the job. Parking isn't easy & you may have to leave your car at the edge of the village. We left ours and it was perfectly OK. The web picture doesn't do the view justice though does reflect how it looks in the poring rain! If you stay here and don't go to hear the monks you really will have missed a treat. Also just up the road is the cemetery set used in the final scene of the Good the bad and the ugly. The battlefield location is only a few miles away, great for film buffs.