|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Villa Piedras Albas - The palacio is one of Trujillo’s most unique historic landmarks. Built in 1530, the property has the prime view of Trujillo’s stunning main square from its Florentine arched loggia, which is styled as an al fresco terrace with dining and seating areas. You can watch the world go by with a coffee or glass of wine! The house has grand unusual interiors, outstanding stonework and finely carved wooden beamed ceilings. Outside there is a walled rose garden lined with lemon trees offering absolute peace and quiet and a lovely private swimming pool securely enclosed by spacious sunbathing areas. There is free on-street parking just outside the property.
Villa Piedras Albas in Trujillo is the perfect location for authors, painters, walkers and those interested in history, architecture, culture, birdwatching, good eating and wild unspoilt countryside. The area is famous for bird life, eagle owls, eagles, vultures etc. We have many keen bird watchers who return year after year.
Or come and practice your Spanish, it's a great place to learn the language!
Special interest holidays:
We offer art courses, cookery courses, birding watching and star gazing. We offer in-house menus, foodie tours and guided tours of Trujillo and Caceres.
Madrid (250 kms) 2.5hrs by car, direct on motorway.
Seville (280 kms) 2.5hrs by car, direct on motorway.
Lisbon (370 kms) 3.5hrs by car, direct on motorway.
The villa offers the perfect spot for easy access for all the area has to offer, there are some great day trips and places to explore all within 45-60 minutes drive from Trujillo. Explore nearby World Heritage towns such as Merida, Caceres, Guadalupe and many others. Also visit Monfrague National Park to view eagles, black vultures and see exceptional local birdlife including the rare Great and Little Bustard.
Trujillo is one of the area’s most important historic and cultural towns and considered as Extremadura’s finest gem. The town dates back to 600BC and is famed for its strategic involvement in the discovery of the Americas and is the birthplace of the Conquistadors including Hernán Cortes (1485-1547) who conquered the Aztec Empire, Francisco Pizarro (1471-1541) who conquered the Inca Empire and founded Lima and Francisco de Orellana (1464-1536) who discovered the Amazon.
There are many artisan shops around Trujillo which sell the delicious local produce, delicious hams from the iberico pigs, cheeses, paprika, honey and local wines. There is a wonderful weekly local market, which happens every Thursday. Trujillo is host to the National Spanish Cheese Festival which happens annually in May and is a must-see for cheese lovers. The festival was recommended by Conde Nast Traveller and Harpers Bazaar magazines.
The best restaurants in Trujillo are in the main square. In summer months, the restaurants serve dinner outside on the main square itself which is an unforgettable experience. Enjoy reasonably priced local cuisine and delicious wines with a 360 degree view of the wondrous architecture as the backdrop.
We look forward to welcoming you to our property. Please enquire or visit our website for more details.
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My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
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|Refundable damage deposit||$187|
Minimum rental period - 1 week. Checking 16.00 hrs -21.00hrs. Checkout before 10.00 hrs. Welcome food hamper included in rental. 30% non refundable rental deposit to reserve property. Balance due 8 weeks prior to arrival at property. Security deposit 20% of gross rental due with rental balance. Deposit refunded minus any applicable charges within a month of the end of the rental. Holiday rental agreement.
30% deposit by bank transfer or PayPal.
Balance of rental fee by 8 weeks prior to the booking arrival date by bank transfer or Paypal.