As you can likely tell from the name, this is another combination hotel and restaurant, and the best deals are reserved for those who choose to eat two meals a day here. That’s not a bad idea, as the restaurant is good and serves classic Extremaduran fare. You’ll enjoy the food most if you stick with such local specialties as roasted lamb or kid with rosemary, cold tomato soup (like gazpacho, but slightly different), and the dishes that feature pimientos (sweet red peppers). The 18 rooms upstairs are dignified and clean, but lacking in the character that mark our other two choices in town.