We are Martin and Claudia. We met on the banks of the River Amazon where Martin was studying the birds in a national park and Claudia was completing her studies in tourism, helping to set up a visitors' centre there. Since then we have lived in various countries, England, Colombia and India, and now in Spain, accompanied by our son Patrick. After much hard work, our Casa Rural was ready to open to the public in 2005. We enjoy very much sharing this project with you.
The story of the house
The house was a small winery, which had a smallholding with olives, vegetables and some animals. The traditional vernacular architecture of the main house has been conserved with careful restoration
A place for birdwatchers to stay
Today the house has become well-known as a place for birdwatchers to stay, and we are committed to the study and conservation of nature, as well as promoting all else that Extremadura has to offer: its cultural, historic and gastronomic heritage.
Where we are
In the district of Trujillo, off the EX 208 road between Trujillo and Guadalupe. 12 kilometres from Trujillo, taking the right turn at the junction signposted Pago de San Clemente. The house is at the back of the Pago de San Clemnete hamlet, about a kilometre from the main road.