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Discover a 17th century palace, restored as an antique hotel, nestled in one of Cantabria’s most secluded locations. 11 bespoke rooms filled with history, each with a different personality, in an exclusive atmosphere only for adults.
Indulge yourself in our Trastámara Restaurant and unwind in our wellness space, surrounded by a design-driven, intimate and distinctive atmosphere created by designer Malales Martínez Canut, from the Malmaca and Maria Mas Interiors studio.
CHOOSE YOUR STORY
A PERSONAL EXPERIENCE
The palace is not a momentary escape, but an exclusive hideaway and dedicated space to indulge your mind, body and also your cravings.
The wellness space is located on the edge of an extensive valley and can be used all year round. The Trastámara restaurant celebrates the best of Cantabria’s cuisine with signature dishes and fresh produce from the local market.
The hotel is nestled deep within Cantabria’s countryside and has been stylishly decorated, housing unique furnishings and antique items from all over the world which our guests can buy.
A handpicked collection of antique furnishings brought to you by interior designer Malales Martínez Canut.
Details make a difference
Reproduction of the early 4th century BC bronze bustsculpted by Greek Naucydes.
Reproduction of ceramic parrots on bronze tree from the East India Company.
Secrétaire à abattant in mahogany and walnut root wood from the 18th century and anonymous portraitdated 1800.
Santa Clara’s dinnerware set painted green with floral design and gold trim, 1940.
Louis XV upholstered armchair in wood with traces of polychromed gold.
Set of eight Murano flute glasses with a gilt edge. Royal Albert snack plates.
Late 19th century silver plated caviar cooler.
Cushions from the Palacio collection by Malmaca Design.
Reproduction of fragmentary Apollo head exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum
A pair of Chinoiserie hand painted vessels.
The relaxation you were looking for, both in winter and summer, coupled with an exceptional panoramic view of the Pasiego Valleys Cantabria is famous for.
COUNTRYSIDE AND NATURE
Discover an endless number of mountains, beaches, cave paintings, streams and forests thriving with the charm that makes the Pasiego Valleys unique. Sail across the bay of Santander, immerse yourself in Cabárceno’s wilderness, and cycle along an old railway line beside the river Pas.