Guadalajara, central Spain: The only establishment situated in the Alto Tajo Natural Park, next to the Salto de Poveda, a 30m high waterfall. On the other bank of the Tajo is the Taravilla lake. This natural park has a large population of raptors, the stand-out being Bonelli’s Eagle.
The houses are old buildings run by hydroelectricity and renovated in the 90s for tourism. There are two houses, one with 4 places and the other with 2 places. There is also a hostel with space for 10 people.
At night Wild Boar, Beech Marten and Red Fox gather at special feeding stations.