In the heart of the Sierra Norte de Sevilla, at number 15 of one of the main arteries of El Pedroso, the Avenida de la Estación, stands a fabulous 19th century building which today houses the Hotel Entreolivos. This hotel in El Pedroso, with more than 400m2 and 8 double rooms and 1 single room, exudes the traditional flavour of Andalusian whitewashed buildings, with a touch of modernity that can be appreciated in each of its corners.
With the arrival of the railway to the village, around 1900, the land adjacent to the station was acquired by the inhabitants of the area to be used mainly for agricultural purposes. Around 1920, the house came into the hands of the Guerra family, the main shareholders of the iron mines in the area. "The Guerra family thus became the owners of this large house "consisting of eight rooms on the ground floor, corridor, courtyard and yard, and eight on the first floor with a roof terrace".
The house remained uninhabited after the civil war and for forty years, as the family had to leave all their personal belongings, furniture, jewellery, clothes and other belongings behind. The Guerra family never lived there again, and their descendants were responsible for selling the property in the 1980s.
In 2016, the building and the adjoining land were acquired, extended and renovated by the last owner. Born in El Pedroso, she left the village in her childhood and with more than thirty years of experience in catering in Barcelona, she returns to her origins with a clear objective: to make the Guerra's house a rural accommodation that acts as a reference in the Sierra Norte Seville, for its special enclave, its simple character and its hospitality. A commitment to excellence and the best service that every day becomes a tourist enclave with an increasing number of visitors.