Ideal to rest, relax and know unique places. Quiet and pleasant rural environment. Just over an hour from Madrid, near San Martín de Valdeiglesias, between the provinces of Ávila and Toledo, next to the Tietar Valley and the San Juan swamp.
“A hostess of 10! It shows that your accommodation is decorated with love, has everything we need for our weekend as a couple. Incredible views of the mountains and a special charm in the town where it is located. He also gave us directions to emblematic places to visit. In addition, your check out is unbeatable, at 1:00 p.m., which other accommodations do not offer. It was a love with us!”
Rental of wooden cabins on a plot full of nature. Cozy cabins, two and three bedrooms, with refrigerator, microwave, two electric plates for cooking, air conditioning (cold-heat) etc. They are rented for days, months or weekends. In a natural environment We also have a private and independent room, with private access, furnished, with double bed, fridge, microwave, portable electric cooker, etc. (bedssitter) in the same enclosure 50 meters from the cabins. Approximately 22 km from two multi-adventure parks (Indiana), in San Martín de Valdeiglesias and Amazonia in Pelayos de la Presa. Also the Enchanted Forest in San Martín de Valdeiglesias.
“I recommend it without a doubt, very quiet weekend to disconnect from everything and be at peace looking at the mountains and enjoying nature, that smell of clean pine. Wooden house clean and very cozy. We loved it. We hope to return soon.”
Hospedería located in the beautiful village of Casillas, at the beginning of the Tiétar valley, in the Sierra de Gredos. It is a place for rest and disconnection, for lovers of nature, hiking and cycling routes. The village is surrounded by a beautiful forest of chestnut trees and pine forests. The decoration of the Hospedería is rustic, charming, with wooden beams and the rooms have a balcony or terrace.
“Accommodation highly recommended for the hospitality of Juan Carlos, the welcome and the environment surrounded by nature and chestnut trees.”