Hotel Molino del Puente Ronda

Fuente de la Higuera Bajo 7, Ronda, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29400, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ronda

Amazing Andalusia-Ronda

A travel blog entry by savneet


Day 3- The drive to Ronda was breathtaking. Gentle rolling hills with Olive, lemon, Orange farms as far as the eye could go. It really is the loveliest and most historical town of Andalusia. Ronda is situated in a mountainous area on a gorge El Tajo cut through by the river Gaudalevin. The views of the ...

Amazing Andalusia-Casares & Marbella

A travel blog entry by savneet


... walked down through the whitewashed cobblestone streets and stairs enjoying the
aroma of the food being cooked. I had wondered before getting here, if the
narrow uneven streets of the villages would be clean, and was quite surprised
to see the utter cleanliness. The village plaza is beautiful, flanked by one
main restaurant and a few bars. The cars are allowed only up to a certain point
and beyond that only locals are allowed to preserve the serenity ...

Rondas famous bridge

A travel blog entry by wheresindi


We arrived in Rhonda and not having a detailed enough map we got a bit lost, eventually saw a sign for a bridge so we headed towards it and parked in an under the square car park. We wandered towards the bridge and were blown away by the architecture and the views from around ...

Climbing and Via Ferrata in El Chorro

A travel blog entry by wheresindi


... of your balancing effort walking on the supporting beam, 70metres up looking down at the canyon.

The whole walk was amazing. Walking along a cliff face, through old tunnels, looking at the 100's of climbing routes through the canyon.

The afternoon was spent climbing near the canyon, sending a 6a and a 6b route before trying a 6b+ but being too tired out.

Ronda to Malaga to London

A travel blog entry by cmdickson


... tourist territory. There were more British accents than Spanish.

So this is the end of the Spanish adventure. Tapas-ed out, we seek anything but tapas at the airport and settle on nachos! Not quite a ham sandwich but not tapas either. With dreams of a roast and veg, porridge and a cup of tea, we depart Spanish shores, having fallen in love with Spain and especially the Spanish.


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This 3 star hotel, located on Fuente de la Higuera Bajo 7, Ronda, is near Plaza de Toros, La Ciudad, Mondragon Palace, and Museo del Vino de Ronda.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Molino del Puente Ronda

    A great family owned Hotel


    The hotel can be easily found even travelling at night. My family and I were warmly welcomed by Elaine who made us feel at home straight way.

    The rooms are a good size and comfortable. The staff were both helpfull and informative. The restaurant seves the best food I ate during my two week stay in Analucia. The menu is extensive yet still reasonably priced. Ian was willing to serve the food to suit the pallet of the customer with no effort.

    There is a good library, a quite T.V. lounge, a pool and adequate parking.

    A great spot from which to expore Ronda, Seville or the numerous other sites of interest in the area.

    I can highly recommend this hotel and shall be returning in the Summer.

    Ein tolles Hotel in Familienbesitz


    Das Hotel ist leicht zu finden, selbst wenn man bei Nacht anreist. Meine Familie und ich wurden von Elaine freundlich empfangen, die uns sofort das Gefühl gab, zu Hause zu sein. Die Zimmer haben eine gute Größe und sind komfortabel. Die Angestellten waren sowohl hilfsbereit als auch mitteilsam.

    Wonderful hospitality


    We really enjoyed the 2 nights we stayed at the Molino del Puente. Elaine and Ian are extremely friendly and helpful hosts who know the area and can help arrange for things to do or inquire on your behalf about things going on (e.g. bullfights, etc.)

    Really enjoyed my stay


    We visited the hotel on the off chance phoning from the road to see if they had space. They did, and made us feel really welcome despite the late hour of our arrival. Elaine the owner showed us to a lovely spacious room with an immaculate and modern bathroom, after which we were soon ensconsed in a warm and cosy corner of the restaurant with a lovely Rioja, winding down from our long drive. Molino del Puente also has a busy restaurant, and we enjoyed a first class meal that evening and our favourite breakfast the following morning. The hotel is very stylish and has been restored with care and attention to detail, we noticed Spanish Amercian and English visitors meaning the hotel is a favourite worlwide. We will definately visit again and would recommend the hotel as a 'must stay' for those wanting great service at a comfortable base, whether for one night or for longer when visiting the beautiful area of Ronda.

    Highly recommended


    This hotel was terrific. We stayed here in December with our two children and had 2 connecting rooms. The rooms were attractive and comfortable, with excellent bathrooms. The owners, Ian and Elaine Love, were very friendly and helpful. They particularly made our children feel welcome. A large buffet breakfast was included in the room price. The food served in the restaurant was marvellous, so much so that we ate there on all of the three nights of our visit. Our only regret is that, living in Australia, we are too far away to visit the hotel more frequently.

    Wir haben das Molino del Puente geliebt


    Was für ein traumhafter Platz zum Übernachten, angefangen von der herzlichen Begrüßung durch Elaine und Ian, bis hin zum tollen Essen und dem Service an der Bar. Wir hatten einen wunderbaren Aufenthalt mit unserer kleinen Tochter, dazu beigetragen haben natürlich auch die kleinen Kinder der Besitzer, denn so hatte unsere Tochter jemanden zum spielen. Das Hotel selbst ist eine restaurierte Olivenmühe und der Stil passt ganz genau in die Landschaft. Das Essen ist ausgezeichnet und der Service hervorragend, die Besitzer hätten nicht mehr machen können, um den Aufenthalt so angenehm wie möglich zu gestalten. Wir waren traurig, dass wir nur 2 Nächte gebucht hatten und wären gerne länger geblieben, aber wir hatten bereits eine Reservierung woanders, die sich dann als große Enttäuschung herausstellte. Wir werden auf jedem Fall zurückkehren, wenn wir wieder in der Gegend sind.

    Aufgepasst bei den Schienen


    Wir sind von Malaga zum Hotel gefahren und haben es ganz einfach gefunden, es ist direkt von der Hauptstraße ab, die nach Sevilla führt (Probleme etwas weiter unten erläutert). Es ist ein hübsches Hotel mit sehr angenehmen, sauberen, luftigen und hellen Zimmern, die auch sehr großräumig sind. Allerdings gibt es entgegen der Werbung, keine Klimaanlage, diese war nur im Restaurant. Es gab einen Deckenventilator und einen freistehenden Ventilator (der sehr laut war), aber ich denke mir, dass dies in der größten Sommerhitze nicht ausreichend wäre. Man kann natürlich die Fenster aufmachen, die aus Doppelglas bestehen, aber lesen Sie weiter um es besser zu verstehen. Man hat einen Blick auf den Fluss (der allerdings von einer Wand beeinträchtig wird), jedoch neben dem Fluss, ca. 60 Meter von den Zimmern entfernt, verläuft eine Bahnlinie, wo des nachts Güter an die Küste transportiert werden, hinzu kommt, dass die Linie sich auf einer Steigung befindet und man diese bei einem Dieselbetrieb so richtig merkt. Der Lärm weckt einen garantiert jedes Mal auf, durchschnittlich 2- bis 3-mal pro Nacht. Hinter der Bahnlinie liegt dann die Schnellstraße Richtung Sevilla und Küste, die ebenfalls auf einer Steigung liegt und auch ziemlich laut ist. Abgesehen davon sind die Hotelbesitzer sehr freundlich, das Essen ist sehr gut und alles ist sehr sauber. Leider jedoch nicht sehr friedlich. Man kann auch in die Gärten gehen, die allerdings ziemlich zugewachsen sind.

    Loved the Molino del Puente


    What a great place to stay, from the warm welcome from Elaine and Ian to the great food and service at the bar. We had a wonderful stop here with our young daughter, helped of course by the owners young children which meant our little girl had some friends to play with.

    The hotel is a beautifully restored Olive mill and the style and setting match perfectly.

    The food is suberb and the service is great, the owners cannot do enough to help make their guest's stay as good as possible.

    We were sorry that we had only booked in for two nights and would have prefered to have stayed longer but had already booked the next two nights elsewhere, which turned out to be a dissappointment. We will deffinately return when we are next in the region.

    Beware the rail line


    We drove from Malaga to the hotel and found it quite easily being just off the main road to Seville (see problems later).

    'Home from home' ( with sunshine!!)


    We went to Ronda to Chill out but also enjoy the fabulous countryside and were not disappointed by either....infact it was better than we had imagined.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Molino del Puente Ronda

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding