Welcome to Señorío de la Serrezuela
This country inn is a 19th century manor house. It is made up of a main house, which is called the house of the young man, which in turn is surrounded by 10 lower buildings on the ground floor, which were the ones assigned for the stables, the garages, the house of the servants, the dovecote, the henhouse... And everything in turn is surrounded by a large garden of 10,000 m2.
Para una estadía muy especial, ofrecemos una habitación con una cama magnum de 2 metros de ancho con dosel, jacuzzi dentro de la habitación y una chimenea frente a la cama y baño completo con plato de ducha.
This 18th-century former manor house is located in the middle of the Sierra Serrezuela. It has large gardens, and all rooms have a hydromassage bath. There is a free Wi-Fi hotspot.
The rooms in El Señorio De La Serrezuela all have stone walls and antique-style furniture. The bathrooms have marble washbasins.
El Señorio has a library, as well as a lounge area with a fireplace and a flat-screen TV. There is also a children’s play area.
The Señorio De La Serrezuela’s charming restaurant offers breakfast and dinner, and specializes in Castilian dishes.
Popular activities in the area around the town of Aldeanueva de la Serrezuela include horse riding, hiking, canoeing and golf. The hotel has free onsite parking.
Aldeanueva de la Serrezuela
Underground wine cellars excavated by hand by the inhabitants of the town with an antiquity of more than 200 years. Viewpoint of "LA CRUZ CE ALCARABACA" from where you can see the beautiful landscape of the Castilian plain.
A small town with typical Castilian architecture where the first winery in Ribera de Duero in the province of Segovia is located, called Bodega Perez Veros, where you can visit the winery, the vineyards and taste its own wines.
Sickles of the River Duratón
Natural park of the gorges the river Duratón, with a great canyon and the Hermitage of San Frutos. Undoubtedly, one of the reasons to visit is the spectacular landscape, but the main reason why it has become a Natural Park is because of its animal and plant diversity. It is possible to observe bands of lúganos, jilgueros, pardillos and finches, even some real herons. And of course, the great griffon vulture and the Egyptian vulture, as protected species.