A detail of everything you will find in our rural houses. We are convinced that you will like them. El Torreón Rural Houses are located in the historic town of Caleruega, founded in the 10th century and the cradle of Santo Domingo de Guzmán, founder of the Order of the Dominicans and the Holy Rosary.
Our houses are made of stone and wood following the Castilian style, bright and cozy, so that your stay in the Ribera del Duero is an unforgettable memory, for its history, its unique cuisine and especially its people.
Torreón I and II are newly built, independent houses with capacity for 8 people plus 2 extra beds in each house.
They are located within the urban helmet of Caleruega, in the best zone of the town, surrounded by houses especially singular by their design and construction and with magnificent views.
Each rural house has:
a large living room with fireplace fully furnished, equipped with flat TV, DVD player and board games.
fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher and all the necessary utensils.
4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom on the lower floor adapted for people with reduced mobility and 3 bedrooms with 3 en suite bathrooms on the top floor to provide comfort and privacy, with quality materials and original designs that are sure to be they will love
a wide attic for recreation area, ideal for children.
The houses have central heating, linen, towels, baby crib and are equipped with solid wood furniture to give the greatest warmth and well-being to our customers during their stay.
Outside, each house has its porch and garden furniture to enjoy meals and outdoor table tops. And for the little ones ... bicycles, for the security and tranquility of the place they will be able to enjoy games on the outside of the house with total tranquility for the parents.
Choosing our rural houses will allow you to discover places of great beauty and natural wealth as well as places of special historical relevance:
You can not fail to visit what has given its name to our Rural Houses: El Torreón de los Guzmánez, located inside the cloister of the Monastery of the Dominican Fathers, as well as the Caleruega winery where Beata Juana (mother of Santo Domingo de Guzmán), performed the miracle of turning water into wine.
Church of San Sebastian where Santo Domingo de Guzmán was baptized, and said pile is in the Royal Palace where only royalty is baptized.
Monastery of the Dominican Mothers (Mothers of closing). There you can visit its Cloister and its museum where they treasure sculptures and paintings of relevant artistic value as well as the Church where Santo Domingo de Guzmán was born, to which the Virgen del Rosario gave her the Rosary. In this church is the "little hole" where you can try your miraculous water.
Alfonso VI Winery, the oldest in the Ribera del Duero,
Rendelucas Fountain (natural source), Loberas and places like La Mata
guided tours of the town, mycological routes, archaeological, hiking and much more.