La Casona Palacio de Trasvilla is a holiday farm estate which opened its doors in 2008 after a painstaking restoration of the old palace.During the process we have tried to keep the charm of an old palace with all the comforts of a modern country hotel. Decorated with a stately furniture, as old as the house itself, dating from the eighteenth century, offers travelers a place for relaxation and enjoyment, not only of the rooms of the property but the privileged situation that surrounds us. We are members of Cantabria INFINITE QUALITY CLUB since 2010 and try to improve every day.WHERE you will restThe walls of the Palacio de Trasvilla home stays that let you rest and relax surrounded by history. Deeper into our house means to rest in beds of three hundred years ago, store your personal belongings in lockers richly carved in wood which belonged to noble houses across the country or the best seats, consoles recuviertas gold leaf or admire Flemish tapestries brought from Italy and the Netherlands. Staying at the Palace Trasvilla is simply moving to the past. I tell you a secret ... in one room you will find even a Templar Lamp brought from Paris dating from the twelfth century ... In addition, the house retains the so-called "Four of the Pilgrim", which indicates that housing was resting place for riders and pilgrims.MY STORYThis Casona palace located in what was one of the councils that made up the ancient valley of Carriedo, one of the Merindad of Asturias de Santillana, is in an area of special natural and cultural interest.When the house was built in the eighteenth century, at the height of the area, also built the Gothic church of St. Peter the Apostle, in Escobedo, the Baroque church of San Juan Bautista in the Solar Villafufre and father of the writer Lope de Vega, Don Felix de la Vega y Carpio, Vega. In the days of splendor of this property, which also owned the adjoining properties, there on the farm blocks as large as the current home, an oak, walnut and one of eight flour mills that existed in the township. Today the remains of the mill, moved by the stream of Santiago and the wall that served to channel water. The route passes the great gate, is the Camino Real and preserved in the Ensenada Cadastre about 60 documents that prove the existence, between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries, a significant number of emails to the King's horse , natives of this area, members of a fraternity acting under the name of Santa Ana, who contributed to the formation of the province of Cantabria, through this quoted Camino Real. The house retains the so-called "Four of the Pilgrim", which indicates that housing was resting place for riders and pilgrims.