The cottages are to be found in a very quiet street of the village. Below the house flows a small stream of water from the two fountains in the adjacent square. These fountains provide water for the numerous orchards and kitchen gardens located in front of the cottages. Between the birdsong you can just make out the babbling of this small brook wich also means that the house is cooler during the hot summer nights.
Throughout the restoration process we tried to find a harmony between conservation and respect for the typical architecture of Salamanca on the one hand, and the comfort of our guests on the other. As in former times, the beams and the ceilings are made of wood from chestnut trees, in fact wood is all around: The stairs, landings, bannisters, panneling, shutters, all of wich create a warm and cosy atmosphere.
Cottage Caño Chico
50 m2 distributed on 2 floors.
First floor: Fully-fitted kitchen – living-room with open wood fire.
Second floor: Two double-rooms with double beds – full bathroom.
The windows and the balcony, facing south-east, offering one of the most beautiful views of the sierra.
Cottage La Fuente
100 m2 distributed on 3 floors.
First floor: Fully-fitted kitchen – living-room with open wood fire – spare toilet.
Second floor: Double-room with double bed and bathroom en-suite (toilet, basin, shower) – family room with two single beds and a box room with an additional single bed – full bathroom.
Attic: double-room with double bed.
The windows, facing south-east, offering one of the most beautiful views of the sierra. The kitchen has an adjoining balcony with a stairs leading straight down into the garden.
Central heating – open wood fire – vitroceramic cooker – electric oven (in cottage La fuente only) – microwave oven – WIFI – colour television – DVD and CD’s player (with a music and films collection) – washing machine – iron and ironing board – baby chair and baby bed – sheets and towels (changed weekly).
Discover the universe and enjoy a sky without light pollution.
With our 20 and 50 cm diameter telescopes