The Hospederías of Castilla-La Mancha’s project seeks to promote excellent accommodation products with a stamp of territorial authenticity, located in outstanding destinations in the region. The network was created a year and a half ago as a public-private partnership initiative promoted by the Regional Ministry of Economy, Business and Employment and initially made up of five establishments, which will now be joined by another two, whose projects are located in different places: the Royal Bronze Factory in Riópar in Albacete and the Royal Cloth Factory in Brihuega in Guadalajara.
The future property, whose construction will require an investment of more than 700.000 euros, will occupy more than two hectares of land, the Ministry of Development informed in a press release.
Its owner, Nacho Hernando, pointed out that the hotel network contributes to boosting the tourism sector "through an attractive offer of accommodation with its own personality", and also in the long term "through the promotion of a sustainable rural development policy".
The project involves the urban development qualification for Cortijo Trifillas located in the municipality of Liétor, which will be converted into a rural hotel and will become part of the Castilla-La Mancha hotels’network. This project was authorised by The Albacete Provincial Commission for Territorial Planning and Urban Development (CPOTU).
On the other hand, within a radius of 60 kilometres from the hotel, the CPOTU of Albacete has also authorized the urban qualification for the installation of the photovoltaic solar plant 'Corral Rubio' in Chinchilla. This project will have an investment of nearly 600,000 euros. Furthermore, in Ayna, a solar park has been given urban qualification and will correspond to an investment of 660,000 euros. The organization has also approved the urban planning qualification for the extension of facilities dedicated to prefabricated concrete in Madrigueras, which will have an area of over 2.400 square metres and an investment of over 200,000 euros, as well as the installation of an essential oil extraction plant in Liétor.