Trujillo Villas España – Featured in the Guardian
Trujillo Villas Espana was recently featured in the Guardian (6th July 2012).
Liz Boulter writes a wonderful feature describing Trujillo’s many wonderful offerings and highlights as well as highlighting our luxury villas in Extremadura.
Here are some highlights on the Artist’s Studio and Villa Piedras Albas:
‘…the simpler Artist’s Studio… Somehow light and airy yet cosy, it’s an open-plan space with mezzanine bedroom and en suite shower up a glass staircase, a sofabed should you want to bring the kids, well-equipped kitchen and second shower room.
Art books, canvases and half-finished paintings, and a variety of portable easels add to the studio feel, but as I haven’t an artistic bone in my body, I settle for gazing at the view from the split-level terrace, and watching birds of prey glide by on huge wings.
Down in town … perfectly situated right on Plaza Mayor, Villa Piedras Albas, one of the most important buildings in Trujillo. This palacio, built in 1530, feels like a royal residence, sleeping 14 in seven bedrooms, with formal drawing and dining rooms, three other sitting rooms, extensive courtyards, gardens and an 8m x 5m pool. And in case that’s not palatial enough, its pièce de résistance is a large arched loggia at the front overlooking the main square.’
You can read the full article here.