In the heart of the Castilian land a small town is drawn: Montejo de Arévalo, crossroads between different provinces, 45 minutes from Valladolid, Segovia and Ávila, and only 60 minutes from Madrid and Salamanca.
This privileged environment in the middle of the páramo, is characterized by its extensive fields of cereals, dyed yellow during the summer and in spring by the rapeseed, vineyards, always ready to give a good pairing with a suckling pig typical of the area, the river Adaja and beautiful pine forests that allow multiple hiking trails to enjoy sunrises and unique sunsets where you can appreciate the magic of the Castilian sky.
Within the route of the Mudejar are the church and the hermitage of the town belonging to the twelfth century and our own house that is Castilian Mudejar of the sixteenth century. For lovers of this art, our location allows you to visit representative and unknown gems in all the nearby towns such as Arévalo, Coca and Olmedo ...
Our accommodation, Villa Margarita, is the old palace of the town, where the legend has an overnight Felipe II. Our tradition and love for the customs have managed to preserve this architectural work that, after an intense and intense restoration, delights the most demanding.
This palace villa of 500 square meters has direct access to the main street, an Arabic style garden of 1500 meters, a pleasant porch for the summer and own parking.
The house is distributed in two floors:
The ground floor has a spacious living room, traditional kitchen in the purest Castilian style, a beautiful cloister, a common toilet and a large bedroom known as "dream nights" without architectural barriers specially designed for people with reduced mobility.