Our Inn

Old Castilian mansion built against the wall, stables of the Palacio de los Dávila, a few yards from the birthplace of St. Teresa of Jesus is our restaurant which is known to already exist as such in 1885, and maintains over the years the taste of the typical cuisine of the region. Stressing among other dishes, the Jewish holidays of El Barco de Avila, and the typical roasted lamb casserole, the roast suckling pig, sweetbreads and calf's famed Valley ambles in all specialties, always accompanied by a well-stocked wine cellar.

At the inn we also have 10 rooms that complement the services we provide.

Next door is our tapas bar for you with the most typical products.