The rooms, named with names of the Muses
of Parnassus Spanish, the illustrious Don Francisco
de Quevedo, are arranged on the floor of the house and
upstairs. Their names and pay homage to the writer and Madrid, who
died in Villanueva de los Infantes in 1648, and whose fates remain
well together forever.
Three of them look to the cheerful Calle Mayor and Plaza Mayor.
The other three, two cheerful courtyards filled with light and color,
and another located on the ground floor, in a courtyard full of
charm. Each room has its own personality, being decorated with care
and simplicity, making them different environments that invite reflection,
romance, or just to relax in specially designed for you environments.
All are double, and have the best bathroom tile coated. Fine materials
such as wood juniper (now protected) flooring and paneling, mud
centenary of some soils, raw white walls, the pictures hanging on
the walls, his very personal decoration, speak of authenticity,
flavor of time, I stopped for a moment in the hand of the traveler.