There is a big difference when you see a hotel that has been created with care and dedication for service and not for grabbing a subsidy and putting the family house in order.
The Santa Ana inn is run by a couple, Clara and Andrés, who live for you to feel at home. From the balconies of the inn there is a privileged view of the little village of Tramacastilla and the AlbarracínMountains, and in autumn it’s normal to hear the cries of the deers in the mating season.
The rooms only need TVs, which in this environment nobody bothers about, and the six double bedrooms, plus a suite, have a full bathroom, under floor heating and free Wi-Fi. There are two rooms with television and DVD, and a library with publications about the county of the AlbarracínMountains, and various books.