The hostel is located in Huerta,a small village
of 300 inha-
bitants,is built on land where was 'the old town council
meeting place',along the banks of the river Tormes to just
18km separated from the capital of Salamanca.
The hostel has two floors with central heating,on the ground floor is the
bar,the covered terrace that in summer
becomes a semi-open terrace,also has a showroom where
they exhibit mainly local artists' works but is open as well
to everyone who wish to show their art.
The training room is fully equipped to teach courses or
meetings approved by the vocational training plan(FIP)this
space has four monitors with free internet access,printer
This hostel is fully associated with 'TRINO'(warble) a
remarkable proyect of ornithology and as well with the
Documentation Center for the custody of land here in the
community of Castilla y Leon.
The first floor has living room with all facilities and
26 seats overlooking the river in six double attic bedrooms,
three four-seats rooms and a two bunk room with two beds
all equipped with bedside table,wardrobe,clothes,towels
and bed linen.
The toilet area has two private bathrooms,two girls and two gents shared
common,fully equipped with hot and cold water.
Our hostel is ideally suited to groups of companies,bridal, special events
and group get-away family and friends.
Because of the proximity to the river we can hear at night the murmur
of its waters,the songs of the frogs and the morning songs of birds.
In addiction to the tranquility of the natural landscape we offer as well to
our customers a wide range of adventure activities,quads,paintball,walks,
horseback riding,amateur bullfighting...and more.
Besides of all these activities,the village has entertainment for all to
enjoy,for example: -Covered sport center. -Football field. -Vegetable Sphere. -Small
beach on the river. -Fishing reserve.
This cosy village promote all over the year plenty of artistic interventions
on the river and a wide range of specific activities such as the gorgeous
festivities held every year on august 25 in honour to Saint Bartolome.