Cutamilla is an historical natural reserve of 1,200 hectares in area. It is available for business meetings and events, 4 wheel-drive treks, social events, product presentations, film shooting, and particularly special wedding festivities.
The estate offers the same services as a hotel but without being an establishment that is open to the general public. The entrance to the estate from the CM 1101 road is controlled by our security guards 24 hours a day. The access to the Palecete (the mansion house) is by a paved private driveway of 3km in length from the main road to the mansion house.
The estate offers 14 en suite bedrooms of grand dimensions and an in-house kitchen directed by our very own Chef Mara, Grand Diplome Cordón Bleu de Paris, proprietor of the estate. Many of the food products used in our kitchen are home-grown and personally produced on the estate: wild game, calves reared on our pastures, honey from our beehives, vegetables from our vegetable gardens, walnuts, membrillo (Spanish quince jelly), blackberry and rose-hips preserves, and mushrooms are few to mention. Since 1325, Cutamilla has featured in the Royal Inventory of Hunting Grounds (The Official Hunting Journal of King Alfonso XI of Castile).
The main mansion house, presented in an Art Nouveau style, was constructed in the second half of the 19th Century by the Duke of Pastrana together with a private railway station that allowed important dignitaries from Spanish high society, including Archduchess Maria Christina of Austria, Queen Regent of Spain and King Alfonso XII of Spain, to comfortably visit the estate.
The spring waters of the estate are classified as Natural Spring Waters for Public Consumption and are being bottled under the trademark “Fontemilla”. These spring-waters, trading as “Font Vella Sigüenza”, are currently the top-selling brand of bottled water in Spain.