Baraka Bed and Breakfast

Address: Calle Ruedo Doña Elvira, No 16, Ronda, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29400, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on Calle Ruedo Doña Elvira, No 16, Ronda, is near Plaza de Toros, La Ciudad, Mondragon Palace, and Museo del Vino de Ronda.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBaraka Bed and Breakfast Ronda

    Reviewed by pandar

    Thanks to you Anahid!

    Reviewed Sep 28, 2014
    by (6 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    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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    TripAdvisor Reviews Baraka Bed and Breakfast Ronda

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    Travel Blogs from Ronda


    A travel blog entry by kerimareejones on Oct 26, 2015

    2 photos

    Today we head for Ronda, but first we visited the beautiful Alhambra Palace, situated at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountains. We even saw snow on top! The palace dates back to the 14th century. Staying at another gorgeous parador right in the centre of town, and what a town it is! Perched precariously on a cliff top it is magnificent with lots of little laneways and hills. Fabulous shops and an interesting bull ring just up the road. The museum there ...

    Rambling Ronda: Moors, Romans and Ravines

    A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Oct 24, 2015

    10 photos

    ... on the only bus. Just as a side note, I've been using the term Reconquista. It refers to the period of time when Christians drove the Moors out of Spain between the 13th-15th centuries. Ronda is bisected by a breathtaking ravine into two sections: the Moorish Quarter and the newer Mercadillo area, built after the Reconquista. Linking these two is a massive bridge spanning the ravine. The ravine, El Tajo, is 360 ft down and 200 ft across, and the most ...

    Those Damn Mountains!

    A travel blog entry by on Apr 29, 2015

    14 photos

    I woke early and caught the morning bus to Ronda. I had only heard of this place a few days ago and decided to put it on my bucket list after seeing some photos. The ride there was magical. I was on the wrong side of the bus to get a clear shot of the scenery but took a photo anyway for you to get an idea. There was gigantic rock mountains and bright blue, still water. The girl next to me slept through the whole thing, I was tempted to wake her but wasn't sure if she was ...

    Day Twenty Six (Ronda, you look so fine)

    A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 26, 2014

    6 comments, 15 photos

    ... injury.

    The circular Ronda Bullring is large and impressive and it must be an amazing experience when it's full with its four thousand or so spectators engaged in the contest. But I'm still not sure about this whole thing. Mind you, I'm still open to the concept of attending a bullfight just to experience the event and I suspect this weekend in Seville may offer my only opportunity to test just how open I really am.

    By the time we'd finished the visit, J was starting ...

    Down in the gorge

    A travel blog entry by travelingdiva on Jul 06, 2012

    12 photos

    We walked downhill from our guesthouse this morning to a little café at the end of the street. The owner had his three children working with him and one of his sons, about 9 years old, was pouring a large glass of liquor for one of the customers. It wasn't 10am but I guess that's how they roll.

    We had our usual toasted sandwiches and freshly squeezed orange juice for a bargain price. After breakfast, my companion went into the toilets behind us, which had a steady stream ...