Built in the mid-1700s and lovingly restored by our hosts, Anna and Jorge, Casa de Santa Cruz retains a historical significance in Felgar. Originally a farmstead with livestock quarters on the lower level, this meticulously renovated inn is located directly on the village square, where local residents still come to chat and lead donkeys to drink from the public water trough. Yet its heavy stone and stucco walls insulate the interior, assuring guests of a quiet retreat inside. Casa de Santa Cruz features 12 rooms, each with private en suite facilities. Shared spaces include two inviting lounges for reading or conversation, a large contemporary dining room where outstanding regional food and wine is served, and a tranquil terrace and swimming pool.