Country in located at the gates of the Cabañeros National Park in Ciudad Real. This is the most valuable protected area of the Toledo Mountains and is home to the peninsula’s large raptors, Black Storks and many other endangered species. The extensive landscapes are covered in rich patures that feed a multitude of animals. The mountains covered in forest and Mediterranen scrubland provide shelter for a variety of birds and mammals. There are over 200 different species of birds here such as large raptors like the Spanish Imperial Eagle, Golden Eagle, Black Vulture and Griffon Vulture. There are also mammals such as Red Deer, Roe Deer, Wild Boar, Eurasian Otter, reptiles, amphibians and an exceptional flora overall with over 1,000 species.
The house has two double rooms for 4 people, two bathrooms, a garden and a vegetable garden, a barbecue grill, children’s toys and a heated pool. The house is rented exclusively for 250€ for the weekend for 4 people or 220€ for 2 people. The patio with the pool and garden is shared with the owners who use the second house however if the guests prefer to be alone, it can be arranged with the owners.
At the Abuela María in addition to nature and astronomy, you can also enjoy lovely bioenergetic massages at the experienced hands of Hilaria, the manager of the house.