The 18th-century mansion of the Count of Montelirio, perched over the deep plunge to the Tajo, has been carefully refurbished, maintaining some original features, but the highlight is the breathtaking view over the valley. Inside, notable points of interest include the empire staircase, a precious stained-glass window, and the handcrafted wood ceiling in the common room. Guest rooms are individually styled, with dark wooden furniture and heavy fabrics, and it's well worth
paying extra for a balcony with views over the ravine. The terrace also looks out over the bridge and ravine—perfect for watching the sunset—and the Turkish bath and open fireplace make this an attractive choice for winter. The restaurant serves Mediterranean cuisine. If you need a parking space, reserve one when you reserve your room.