This building was built towards the end of the 16th century; inside has been reformed with the objective of achieving the maximum comfort. It is strategically placed on the Ribera del Duero, it is close by to such special areas like the city of Aranda de Duero or Burgo de Osma.
This new accommodation that was conceived in 2001is located in a peaceful area for families and children, away from the village itself. It was traditionally designed, using stone and wood to build it, it has a total of three large floors, where bedclothes are included:
Built in the 19th century, this house was reformed in 2006 respecting the original sun-dried brick, stone and wood. It is official CRA(Centro de Recursos Ambientales, Environmental Resource Centre) accommodation and is available for complete rental for a maximum of ten people:
The appreciation of tradition and nature of a married couple gave us a delightful rural tourism centre that is decorated in the most minimalist detail. It is a time warp to carry out rural tourism in the company of your loved ones.
In this restored building from the 18th century, its wooden beamed ceilings give goose bumps. It is located in the village of Valbuena de Duero and it is made up of wooden floors, heating, a desk, TV and a private bathroom with all the toiletries.
This is a longstanding farming building from the 18th century that was built back in the day with natural materials. Today, it keeps its rural charm amongst all the pleasures for a satisfactory holiday.
This accommodation is an old train station that has been restored over the last six years. It is located in a peaceful area of the Ribera del Duero region, amongst fruit trees. It has two bathrooms, a swimming pool and a covered merendero asador, picnic area with an oven.
This rural accommodation in the Ribera del Duero region is a farm house from the 19th century. Stone was used for its walls, sun-dried brick for its partitioning wall and wood was used for the floors as well as the ceilings.