Hotel Molino del Santo, Benaojan

Hotel Molino del Santo – Benaojan

The beautiful Hotel Molino del Santo is an old watermill converted into a relaxing modern hotel beside a stream and nestled under the mountains of Benaojan.

All rooms at the Hotel Molino del Santo have air conditioning, Wi-Fi Internet, tea and coffee making facilities, as well as locally made ceramic tiles on the floors.

Benaojan, the most popular destination for visitors in the Guadiaro Valley, is close to Ronda for day trips made even easier with several train services per day. However, with several restaurants and tapas bars in Benaojan and nearby Montejaque many guest never feel the need to go far.

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The area is a nature lover’s paradise with the entire village contained with the Grazalema Natural Park on its southern edge, in fact one of the most popular walks in the Serranía, known as Mr Henderson’s Railway, begins very close to the Hotel Molino del Santo as it winds along the railway to Jimera de Libar.

The bar and restaurant are open daily, and are a very popular amongst visitors and local residents alike, with the restaurant particularly known for its paella recipes and use of locally produced Spanish sausages.

The hotel can also organize activities like hiking for guests to enjoy the natural beauty that the surrounding area has to offer. The hotel also features an outdoor swimming pool, with a relaxing view of the mountains, or just enjoy getting a tan.

Hotel Facilities


18 Rooms Disabled Access Parking Available Swimming Pool
Satellite TV Terrace Telephone in Room Air Conditioning
Central Heating Hair Dryer Restaurant Bar
Minibar in Room Wi-Fi Internet Laundry

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