El Calvario, 18, Milagros

It is a rural tourism centre categorised by Asetur with 3 stars. It sleeps 10 in 5 bedrooms with the option of having two extra beds

La Iglesia, 3, Nava de Roa

El Atrio is attached to the atrio, vestibule, of the church in the middle of Nava de Roa’s Plaza Mayor.

Tras la Iglesia, 7, Quintanilla de Arriba

Located in Valladolid this country cottage is available for complete rental and sleeps up to eight people (four bedrooms). It is a new build of two floors: the first floor has a living room, kitchen, double bedroom, extra bed and a bathroom with a power shower. 

Santa Coloma, 30, Peñaranda de Duero

This centre of rural tourism is available for full rental and can sleep up to 18 people: there are six double bedrooms and another bedroom. Outside, there is garden furniture, parking and a terrace.

La Carrera, 10, Villanueva de Gumiel

El Novegal, located in the village of Villanueva de Gumiel, was built with wood and sun-dried brick almost 100 years ago but it was restored in 2006 respecting the materials and traditional architecture of the area.

Road Palencia, 21, Villalba de Duero

This is a charming house at the heart of nature that is available to be rented entirely. It is located amongst some endearing towns like Aranda de Duero, Peñaranda and Caleruega. 

Río, 35, Caleruega

The Prado de las Merinas Hotel is located in the beautiful village of Caleruega, only 300 metres from the centre of the township.

Boticas, 21, Peñaranda de Duero

This Hotel made its debut in the summer of 2010, its main intention was to provide a comfortable place, whatever the reason for staying in the Ribera del Duero was: tourism, business, personal,…

, San Esteban de Gormaz

Sheltered between two Romanesque churches (San Miguel from the 11th century and Nuestra Señora del Rivero from the 12th century), the rustic cottage ‘El Rincón de Elena’, is a weekend escape for calmness, visiting Medieval Spain. 

Mayor, 3. Square, Roturas

This rustic cottage, from the 18th century, has been reformed respecting its origins in sun-dried brick, stone and wood.