Baraka Boutique Pension
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBaraka Boutique Pension Ronda
Anahid welcomed us to her establishment with a friendly smile and we immediately felt at home with her in the lovely setting in the Old town of Ronda. The rooms we had were a sitting room and a bedroom with a bathroom, enough room for the two of us. She talked with a great knowledge of the town of Ronda and the various restaurants to eat at, depending on the style and the costs. She also told us names of who to talk to and even the name of a restaurant/ café in Grazalema, where we were heading the next day! Just so nice to have a personal touch with her as she prepared and served our breakfast of local fresh produce and then the check out was not too late or early for her, she was just too happy to help. The wifi was he only problem for us, as it was intermittent. This would be the only problem we found.
Thanks. I will remember this place to anybody who asks where to stay in Ronda.
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