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El Abejaruco e1589988386865 - Where to rest-Sierra Norte de Guadalajara

Casa rural El Abejaruco

Located in Campillo de Ranas, in the heart of the Comarca de la Arquitectura Negra de Guadalajara and the Sierra Norte de Guadalajara Natural Park. It has 5 beautiful double rooms with bathroom and the possibility of up to 3 extra beds. It has powerful heating, as well as a fireplace and a beautiful Provencal kitchen. www.casasruralesdeguadalajara.com Google Maps

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Casa rural El Roble Hueco

El Roble Hueco rural house is very close to Madrid, just 80 minutes from the capital, it is located in Campillejo which is a hamlet of Campillo de Ranas, heart of the region of the towns of the Black Architecture of Guadalajara, in the center of the Sierra Norte de Guadalajara Natural Park just 35 minutes from the Hayedo de Tejera Negra. www.casasruralesdeguadalajara.com Google Maps

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Cerezas y Miel

Cerezas y Miel rural house is located in Majaelrayo, in the Sierra Norte de Guadalajara Natural Park, within the Black Architecture or Black Villages Route, in the heart of the Sierra del Robledal, a place where you can fully connect with nature to relax, enjoy, rest, get inspired. www.cerezasymiel.es Google Maps

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Al Viento del Ocejón

We are in the heart of the Black Architecture Villages of Guadalajara, in El Espinar, Campillo de Ranas neighborhood (1.5 kms). Villages that preserve a genuine popular architecture, immersed in the surrounding landscape. Based on the use of the materials that the earth gives. Above all, the slate, a fundamental characteristic of the area, which achieves the fusion of architecture with its surroundings and gives its name to black towns. www.alvientodelocejon.com Google Maps

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La Alquería de Valverde

The newly built house has 3 floors, the last one with a sloping ceiling. All the work is done in stone collected from the old site and in keeping with the old buildings of the town. The interior carpentry is made of pine wood, alternated with decorative elements in oak wood (lintels, jambs, decorations ...). www.laalqueriadevalverde.com Google Maps