About this listing
Flat to 10 minutes by foot from Plaza Mayor. Close to the River Pisuerga, the Museum of Sculture and the Public Library. There are three individuals rooms, besides the room of the owner. Every room has sheets, towels, one 90 cm bed, side teable, closet and table and chair. The apartment has a living room with TV, kitchen with microwave and oven, bathroom and toilet. There is central heating and internet wifi.
Guests have right to use of the kitchen to prepare food, although Valladolid is a fantastic place to enjoy excellent cuisine.
The neighborhood is a semicentric area of the old city, next to Plaza Mayor. The district called St. Nicholas. It is located in the old Jewish quarter of the city, which is only as trace the name of the street Synagoga and urban tracks. There are many supermarkets and grocery stores nearby.
As tourist attractions next to the appartment, the National Museum of Polychrome Sculpture (only a 5 minutes walk from the house), the Church of St. Paul, the beach of the Pisuerga and the Pl Coso Viejo (and old bullring). But Valladolid is a city easily traveled on foot. La Plaza Mayor and the city of tapas bars attached is just 10 minutes walk from the house).
The owner of the apartment is a quiet woman who likes to meet new people from other places. She speaks Spanish, English and French and can recommend you routes for the city.
Se espera que los huéspedes sean personas amables y educadas, respetuosas con los vecinos y con el mobiliario y enseres de la casa.
Se supone que no harán ruido entre las 22 y las 8 horas para respetar el descanso de los demás y que no traerán desconocidos al apartamento.
Raquel was a great host, she provided me with a bigger room since I had to change the original dates and the room I had booked wasn't available. She provided me with tips on where to look for an apartment and was very accommodating. The guests get a section of the kitchen and the fridge for themselves which is very useful. The apartment itself is very clean and close to the center of town.
I felt right at home in Raquel's room. The room was well kept and was as promised from the website. Additionally, I had access to her spacious kitchen, living room and great housemates from around the world. Highly recommended!
I had a really great time staying at Raquel´s apt. The place is clean and cosy and Raquel is a wonderful host. I would defiitely go back!
Raquel was a really good host; very welcoming, friendly & helpful. Staying here meant I was able to meet a few locals, and gather some good info on the city. She also humored me while I practiced my Spanish!
The apartment is comfortable, well-equipped and in a good location. Easy walk to most places to see in Valladolid.
This room had a single bed, desk & wardrobe which was enough room for me. It was the farthest room from the front door and from the other bedrooms, so was quiet when others were getting in late.
Great little room for a single person, in a wonderful location. Raquel is warm and easy going so I felt very comfortable sharing the bathroom and kitchen, which were both clean. There is no AC so be cautious if you get warm. Otherwise, it is a comfortable, beautiful, clean room with a wonderful host in a great location. I totally recommend it.
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About the Host, Raquel
Me llamo Raquel. Vivo en Valladolid desde que era adolescente. Soy una persona tranquila y muy curiosa. Estudié Arquitectura y me especialicé en Rehabilitación en la Universidad de Valladolid y más tarde me formé como especialista en Cooperación al Desarrollo y Habitabilidad Básica en la UPM de Madrid. Me interesa mucho la arquitectura tradicional y las construcciones sostenibles y pertenezco a una asociación, Estepa, donde enseñamos técnicas de construcción con tierra, adobe, tapial, tierra-paja...
Desde niña he tenido la suerte de conocer y vivir en lugares muy diferentes, Cartagena, Paris, Navarra, Cuenca, Toledo, Barcelona, Montreal, Helsinki, Lima... Esto me ha permitido conocer personas muy interesantes de todas las partes del mundo y abrir la mente. A veces quisiera poder multiplicarme para estar en muchos de esos lugares con amig@s que adoro, pero el mundo es tan grande!!
Siento debilidad por la música y por el arte, y me gusta asistir a espectáculos de esos mágicos que descubres en el bar de la esquina. Por eso encuentro atractiva Valladolid, porque a pesar de su inmerecida fama como ciudad conservadora, tiene montones de personas que hacen cosas fantásticas y que le dan color a la ciudad.