This small hotel is located in the main Square of Ayllón, a medieval village in Segovia, Spain. We would define the intervention as simple and austere but warm and comfortable at the same time, a contemporary reconstruction in rustic style. Respect was one of the main starting points for us, so we were committed to maintain the nature of the local scale and to adapt new and contemporary architecture to the existing traditional one.
The hotel is situated in two old houses that property owned. To achieve the unity of the two existing houses was necessary, and it has been accomplished through a courtyard that articulates both parts. The hotel has 18 rooms, all different, and it also counts with 3 linked dining rooms. During the reconstruction process we counted with local craftsmen help, using local materials like stone, wood and lime.