Green Spain (North)
The north of Spain is characterized by Romanesque art present in most of the towns and villages that compose it, and by its green meadows, which contrast dramatically with southern Spain. It has a large legacy of manors, villages and palaces to discover.
Our collection of houses in Northern Spain are a splendid base to explore the region.
Pazo del Sar
Located in Rois, La Coruña (View Map)
The Pazo del Sar is an early 18th century building in a baroque civilian Compostelean style, with strong Italian influences that give away the Genovese origin of his founder, the Marquis of Piombino.Equidistant between Padron and Santiago de Compostela, the old Camino de Santiago Portugués (Southern Way of St. James)Read more...
Pazo de Sergude
5 bedrooms, sleeps 10 guests / events
Located in Bergantiños, La Coruña (View map)
Pazo de Sergude is located in a beautiful walled estate in Galicia. Its leafy woodland and fabulous garden give access to a 4 hectare private forest. The Pazo´s most remote predecessor dates back to 1674, D. Ruy Fernández de Camaño, Lord of Pazo de SergudeRead more...
Located in San Sebastian (View map)
The Satrústegui Tower was built in 1884 by Baron Satrústegui, Don Joaquín Marcos de Satrústegui y Bris. It sits on the Igueldo mount hillside and owns one of the most spectacular views of the city of San Sebastian and its bay La Concha. With no doubt, it is one of the most impressive buildings that overlook the bay.Read more...
La Arenera Country House
Los Hornillos Palace
6 bedrooms, sleeps 11 guests / events
Located in Las Fraguas, Cantabria (View map)
Besides being one of the few examples of Victorian Architecture in Spain, this house is considered to be the architectural precedent for the construction of Magdalena’s Royal Palace in Santander, built for their majesties King Alfonso XIII and his wife Victoria Eugenia.Read more...
Pazo de Oca
Located in Pontevedra (View Map)
Oca is the most impressive and most famous of Galician Pazos (Palaces). Usually referred to as the “Generalife of the north” or “Galician Versailles” it is just 15 miles away from Santiago de Compostela, the final milestone of St. James´s way.Read more...
Quintana Palatial House
Located in Quintana Redonda, Soria (View map)
This Palatial House in the Castilian highlands dates back to the 18th Century and is still in use today. The estate offers excellent accommodation, fabulous gardens, a hunt and event space, all side by side. The surrounding gardensRead more...