It is a completely restored house consists of two completely differentiated heights and equipped with everything necessary for a perfect stay (with the possibility of having direct access and set for the patio to the two houses). We have barbecues provided with FREE WOOD, and all the Necessary utensils.
We also have a patio with artificial grass, pool or swings for children.
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Villanueva de la Jara is a town located south of the province of Cuenca, 85 km from the capital and 56 km north of the city of Albacete. It is crossed by the Valdemembra river and belongs to the Manchuela region.
The municipality has about 3,000 inhabitants, most of them dedicated to agriculture in general and the cultivation of mushrooms and mushrooms in particular.
It has many monuments, including the Basilica of Our Lady of the Assumption, a national monument and the convent of Santa Ana, the thirteenth foundation of Santa Teresa de Jesus.
It celebrates its patronal celebrations (of tourist interest) the 5 of August in honor to the Virgin of the Snows.
As we mentioned previously, Villanueva de la Jara has a large number of monuments, in fact, it has been requested to catalog the town as a historical site. We will begin our tour of the Plaza Mayor.
Villanueva de la Jara is one of the most interesting urban areas in the province. Its Plaza Mayor, of great proportions, constitutes the central element around which the population grows.
On one side is the Town Hall, a 16th-century building, next to a two-story Renaissance-style bell tower: the lower floor with a porticoed gallery with 3 arches from which, through an arcade, access to Square.
On the upper floor the hollows of its semicircular arches are closed by windows. The facade is topped with a frieze decorated with medallions, metopes and triglyphs.
The old Pósito, deposit of grain attached to the Town Hall, is from the XV or XVI century. The Tower of the Clock of three plants stands out.
The Massó Inn composes another side of the Plaza. The building is of the XVI century and of Renaissance style, constituting one of the best exponents of La Mancha inn. It has a facade to three streets with a step as a covered street that joins the Plaza with one of the back streets. It has irregular ground and revolves around a central patio. The main façade is composed of a double height porch supported by a wooden structure with a large arch in the center in front of the axis of the entrance gate that rests on Tuscan stone columns. It conserves a singular chimney in its interior.
On the other side of the Plaza, in front of the Town Hall and occupying a whole block between the streets of the Church and the Market, stands out Villa Enriqueta. This building was a palace and consists of three floors with crenellated roof to which is added a fourth height topped as an attic; all built in two-color brick.