From Casonas Asturianas we offer a wide selection of Rural Boutique hotels located throughout the Principality of Asturias. A complete offer that invites you to discover each and every one of the peculiarities of this natural paradise, its coast, its mountains, its nature, culture and gastronomy, from our lodgings that under the quality brand we represent, is a guarantee of care service in a special environment, guarantee a unique experience.
Stunning natural, cultural and ethnographic wealth with a coastal area of intense maritime culture, and a cattle within nature and endless landscapes, hospitable people, and medieval and trashumante mark.
It is also the Natural Park of Somiedo, Biosphere Reserve, an area of great richness and variety of flora and fauna, being one of the areas with the largest population of brown bears in the wild.
In the west is the region of Oscos, Biosphere Reserve by the great ethnographic value of its architecture, its activity Ferreira (iron forge and knives), its small museums and craftsmanship that is still alive and paradise for hikers in unspoilt nature.
Built in the style of an 18th century manor house, Torre de Villademoros is situated next to a medieval tower of the same name, in the centre of Entrecabos, the area stectching from Cape Vidio to Cape Busto. In the neighbourhood of the hotel, dotted around the surrounding area are the coves of Cantabrian Coast ideal for fishing and seafood shops and several sandy beaches ideal for swimming. Ten minutes along the East and West coasts are picturesque seafaring towns… Leer más »
A 17th-century country house steeped in musical activities. This splendid country house is situated in Pumares, a hamlet in the Oscos-Eo Shire, surrounded by a beautiful centuries-old forest of oak, chestnut and beech trees. Outstanding among its spacious communal areas -painstakingly decorated in an original style with elements created by the owners- is the lounge with its grand piano. www.cantigadelagueira.com
The scent of the sea breeze of Biscay, the warmth of home and tradition, “A Sea of Sensations” is what is intended to make you feel when you go to high water. A small boutique hotel located in the fishing village of Puerto de Vega. 9 rooms overlooking the sea, its seafaring decor attention to detail, conveys the warm and special atmosphere among thick stone walls, wooden ceilings and bright colors that blend with shells, oars and colares. Special highlight… Leer más »
Alberto Fernandez Arias invites you to become acquainted with his hotel and guarantees you a comfortable, pleasant stay. Situated in Cadavedo in a 19th-century colonial-style Indiano country house, it is surrounded by 1,800 m2 of gardens with large trees, just 1 km from the beach and right in the heart of the Entrecabos Protected Natural Landscape. www.hotelcasaroja.com
Between the fishing towns of Luarca and Navia, the hotel overlooks the valley after which it is named. A former Asturian quintana dating from the early 19th century, a dependency of the feudal mansion “Torre de Llamabúa”, for which it produced the food. Its sturdy stone and wood architecture, which respects the style of noble Asturian country houses, is a blend of tradition and technology, comfort and tranquillity. Let your gaze wander unhindered over an estate occupying 100,000 sq. m.… Leer más »
The bold combination of modern and traditional Asturian architectural styles, make 3 CABOS a unique hotel. Its design, decor and chosen location will make you forget everything and feel more like you are at home than in a hotel. The hotel takes its name from this privileged location in quintessential rural surroundings, from where it is possible to see the Busto, Vidio and Peñas capes. Just 7km from the beautiful fishing village of Luarca, you will be able to enjoy… Leer más »
Built in the late nineteenth century, this typical Asturian Indiano building retains the story of four generations of Castro´s family. The history of Casa de Castro begins in the nineteenth century but has its peak in the early twentieth century in the shape of D. Benito Garcia-Castro Penzol (1872-1956). Devoted to politics, he held important positions throughout his career. Casa de Castro enjoyed this modernist epoch and after a careful restoration, it has become a boutique hotel, offering the guest… Leer más »
A singular country house, built in 1899 as the residence of an Indiano family, in which luxury, ostentation and beauty provided the proper complement to the philanthropic activity of its owners. Nowadays, the hotel, situated in the residential area of Luarca, the heart of the town’s collection of buildings in the Indiano architectural style, offers guests the occasion to rest and relax with every comfort included, in the original ambience of the Belle Époque. The superb, eclectic garden provides a… Leer más »
Built in 1877, this beautiful example of a typical “Casona de Indianos” stands in a garden populated with camellias, magnolias, centuries old oaks and araucarias. It is situated above Cudillero, a beautiful fishing town on the Asturian coast. This “casona” was adapted to house a small hotel packed with details. Warm-coloured upholstery has been employed in its colonial –style decoration in combination with more up-to-date patterns, thus managing to recreate a very cosy atmosphere in all the rooms. www.casonadelapaca.com
The rooms of this 18th century house, built in the local style of the west of Asturias, offer exceptional views from their galleries and balconies. The hotel, situated in Taramundi, in the westernmost part of Asturias, has a lounge with a fireplace, library, reading and games room, terrace and garden. This former parochial house was restored in 1986, conserving the marked rural personality and tradition that stone, slate and wood provide, in combination with all the modern conveniences of city… Leer más »
The former barn of a traditional Asturian farmhouse with its “hórreo”, well, washhouse, cobbled yard, vegetable and fruti garden, chicken copo and a hectare of land has been transformed into the 2 star hotel Casa Peleyon. The house is stone made and has two floors and a beatiufull running balcony. The breakfast can be enjoyed in the charming dining-room, or in the garden on spring and summer mornings. Guests can spend pleasant even-ings in the lounge, enjoying the welcomming atmosphere, reading,… Leer más »
A 13th to 14th-century mansion with extensions dating from the 17th and 18th centuries, listed as a Wholly-Protected Historical-Artistic Monument. The famous liberal economist and politician who lends his name to the hotel was born here in 1766. He was christened in the chapel belonging to the mansion and was also married there to Juana Queipo de Llano, a niece of the Counts of Toreno. www.florezestrada.com