Our house dated between the XVIth and XVIIth century and restored meticulously, you will be able to enjoy all the comforts of a modern home in the historical center of Sigüenza’s medieval city. It is located in the surroundings of the Medieval Castle and has three plants with wide spaces combined with a spacious garden. Its elegant decoration and a privileged emplacement turn it into the ideal place for your vacations.
It is necessary to emphasize the integral conservation of the original framework , the roofs and the walls of stone of sillarejo and masonry.
The house distribution has been provided with the comforts of the current times as well as a detailed decoration with opened and common spaces. It really turns the house into a cozy place giving a blend of past environments and simultaneously contemporary.
The second plant consists of three double very spacious bedrooms in which in addition two of them can shelter up to a double supplementary bed, one of them is a suite with tub of hydromassage.
The second plant also has a lounge with stove of fuelwood and a complete bath. The stay is opened for the first plant where you can see the wide dining room and the charming and comfortable kitchen that has an exit to the garden of 290m2 . The garden contains a great centenary walnut framed by the sights of the castle and the walls of the city. It also has a barbecue and furniture adapted to enjoy a good party, the peacefull enviroment is in contrast with the central location of the house.
Sigüenza has preserved with zeal the medieval, Renaissance and baroque flavor that gave brilliance along its history. You will enjoy enormously its succulent gastronomy, the majestic monuments and especially its charm.
The building is placed in an old Jewry, adjacent to the first wall of the 12th century. Not very far from there the Door of the Iron flanked by two towers, also the New Door of the 14th century that gives exit to the hillsides of the Castle leading us to the beautiful pinegrove where to walk it is a privilege.
Just a few kilometres and we can enjoy the wild nature in the Nature reserve of the Sweet river, place in which D. Félix Rodríguez De La Fuente recorded many of the chapters of the ” Man and the Earth “.
Possibly was a former mansion of Jews, attending to the stars of David carved in wood that adorn the eaves and later of Converted of great solvency accredited by the shield carved in stone on the front of the principal door, also repeated in a polychrome niche on plaster in the first plant