Casa Piedras de Benquerencia is located in one of the quietest areas of Extremadura, located in Benquerencia, a small town of just 100 inhabitants.
Framed in an area with spectacular landscapes which include olive groves closer to the town surrounding its entire perimeter and mainly Mediterranean forest formed by oaks and cork oaks that will provide the important acorn to the small pig and sheep herds of the area.
The house is built on the old "house of the priest" that was acquired and rehabilitated to be used as a rural house.
It consists of 6 rooms, all with their respective bathrooms.
The rooms are double, very spacious, with lots of light, all have air conditioning, television and piped music for convenience. The house has two large living rooms with panoramic flat screen TVs, one of them with a fireplace. The other is very spacious with tables for games and meetings and even a small library for children.
The patio with its old well, a garden, a fountain and a wood-fired oven for alfresco dining on the terrace.