The rural house the dovecote of the slope is right in the center of the historic center of Lerma in the street the slope number 11, between the two main arteries of the ducal village, the main street and the long street.
The loft of the slope is a typical Castilian house in which it has been completely restored using traditional materials of the highest quality and native of the Arlanza rivera stand out among them, the brick type Lerma brick, the adobe of Santa Inés, the Piedra del Risco or the boulder of the Ruyales Grove.
LIVE IN THE PALOMAR
It has three floors, with a functional and cozy decoration makes the stay in the loft of the slope a lasting memory. Fully equipped, with central heating, it has four bedrooms three of them with two beds and one with a double bed. The two rooms on the top floor have air conditioning, it is not often hot in Lerma but just in case ... It has two bathrooms one per floor and a toilet in the lower part where is the living room, with fireplace, equipped kitchen with all the current electrometrics but with that typical touch of yesteryear. In the back there is a typical Castilian patio, where to make long summer gatherings and a large barbecue ready to be used as well as the living room with board games, library and a large video library.
A LITTLE HISTORY
The original building from the end of the 19th century was owned by the Guerra family, and was typical of a lowland Castilian family. The lower part of the house was used to keep cattle in the stables like males, mules, sheep, chickens etc ... They transmitted heat to the upper part of the house where the farmers lived. In the back of the house there was a large pigeon house that served throughout the year a delicacy for the palate in those times of famine as were the pigeons. Although during the works can not be left standing, the pigeon house is rescued to give name to the establishment next to the street where the "loft of the slope" is located. In the mid-twentieth century passed into the hands of Luis Pérez "el Lagunero", later to the Pérez Gutiérrez family who finally sold it to the current owners the Alonso Macua family, who has restored the building and runs the business.