From its beginnings Only Spain was Only Spain Boutique Hotels hence OSBhotels on Instagram and Only Spain Boutique Hotels on Facebook, we have since evolved. Finding some really beautiful smaller establishments that didn´t come into the ´hotel´ bracket but are – as I love – small and owner run we have branched out to include B&Bs, or Guest Houses as some prefer to be called, too.
So to help you differentiate between Only Spain Hotels and Only Spain B&Bs we now have two pages to list the two categories. For me one is neither better than the other, each establishment is unique and fits my requisites to make it onto Only Spain. What are those requisites? When we get down to the nitty gritty it is whether they have that – je ne sais quoi appeal to me – or not. That is how Only Spain begin and that has not changed.
My love of promoting Spain, especially Andalucia as that is where I have lived since 1996, grows rather than wains and with that I´m trying to do my bit to help those lovely, little hostelries survive – especially in these difficult Co-vid days (writing on 10/1//2021) and looking ahead to better days when they can welcome guests from all over the world.
Boutique Hotels in Spain
Afan de Riviera – Jaen
Casa Grande do Bachao – Galicia
Castillo de Monda – Malaga
Cortijo del Arte – Malaga
Cortijo del Marques – Granada
Cortijo Sabila – Malaga
Finca la Fronda -Huelva
Hacienda El Santiscal – Cadiz
Hotel Abentofail – Granada
Hotel Balcon de Cordoba – Cordoba
Hotel Boutique Gar Anat – Granada
Hotel La Fuente del Sol – Malaga
Hotel La Gastrocasa – Valencia
Hotel Los Castaños – Malaga
Hotel Molino La Nava – Cordoba
Hotel Posada Los Caballeros – Castilla-La Mancha
Hotel Puerta de la Luna – Jaen
Hotel Rural El Mondalon – Gran Canaria
Hotel Santa Isabel la Real – Granada
Hotel Viento 10 – Cordoba
Las Casas de la Juderia – Cordoba
It´s a tricky one whether to put the town these hotels are in or the province or the region, which helps most I´m not sure but please remember that for example Cordoba is both city and province so if you want to stay in the city itself do check where each hotel is. There is a bit of a mix of provinces, regions (Galicia and Valencia) and islands (Gran Canaria.)
I remember staying at Cortijo Sabila when the owner had a phone call asking where the hotel was and they were shocked to find out it is a 45 minute taxi ride from the airport when they expected to be in the city and have ten minutes maximum in the taxi!
See the Only Spain B&B page.