La Casa de la Plaza

THE HOUSE OF THE PLAZA

The Casa de la Plaza enjoys a superb location on Adolfo Suárez Street, across from the City Hall, in the same town square. During your visits you will be right in the middle of life in this extraordinary corner of Ávila. In the morning, a very traditional sound caresses the ears of visitors to Abuela Benita cottage: the birds, the church bells, the sounds of the baker… Waking up listening to these sounds is one of the greatest pleasures for those who know how to enjoy it.

EQUIPPED WITH:

4 double bedrooms

Bathroom in each bedroom

Lounges

TV in living rooms and kitchen

Barbecue

Tourist information

Laundry room

Full kitchen

Games

Books, board games ...

Information activities

THE LIVING ROOM

The living room of the Casa de la Plaza is the room that connects to the outside and overlooks the town square, where the Cebreros city hall and a beautiful and impressive church (one of the best-known corners of Avila) are located. 

THE KITCHEN

The Kitchen of the Casa de la Plaza is a cheerful and bright space with access to the patio. It has a dining area and its own kitchen area.

THE BLUE ROOM

The Blue Room of the Casa de la Plaza is a quiet and pleasant room facing the patio, with a beautiful view and very sunny in the afternoon, when you can contemplate a beautiful sunset.

THE GARNET ROOM

The Garnet Room of the Casa de la Plaza is an attic room with views of the Plaza de Cebreros: its main advantage, since its orientation allows you to contemplate the square from a privileged position that offers a beautiful view.

THE GREEN ROOM

The Green Room of the Casa de la Plaza is a room located on the first floor and with a balcony facing the patio from which a suggestive rural scene can be appreciated. In this room there is the possibility of adding an extra bed.

THE YELLOW ROOM

The Blue Room of the Casa de la Plaza is a quiet and pleasant room facing the patio, with a beautiful view and very sunny in the afternoon, when you can contemplate a beautiful sunset.

EXTERIOR AND STAIRCASE