Pros: Quiet B&B, made from an old farmhouse and very nicely restored and designed with charm and warmth, comfortable rooms in a beautiful setting high on a hillside, yet not all that far from the bigger...
Cons: It is a bit difficult to find the first time( at least with my GPS it was) and the neighbours dogs get into a fit of barking sometimes.
Pros: Excellent location and service.
Pros: We felt great at la Portiella del Llosu. The bedroom was comfy and the common space was warm and felt like home. A perfect place to read by the fire place. José was just so kind and giving us many ...
Pros: The location is perfect if you're looking for tranquility and beautiful views, the back of beyond. The owners are lovely walm and clearly at their happiest when their guests are happy (which I&#...
Cons: Everything was pretty perfect
Pros: What a fantastic, hidden gem. This posada is in a tiny village in the middle of the foothills of the Picos de Europa. The rooms are spacious, comfortable and quiet. Breakfast is large and everyday the...
Cons: Good to know that they don't provide dinner and you have a short drive to the nearest restaurant.
Pros: We enjoyed José's hospitality and gentle charm. His house is a charming haven set in the most beautiful location although as José is quick to point out, the weather can be changeable. Our room, ...
Pros: Remote location with fantastic views. Nice rooms in carefully restored building. Very pleasant host.
Pros: Breakfast were excellent and the service was as well. We have difficult food allergies and for us we had a special breakfast to accommodate this. Jose really went out of his way for us.
Pros: Jose was so helpful in advising where we should go. Enjoyed his personal touch for our breakfasts.
Pros: Gorgeous views and setting. Large homemade breakfast. Warm and friendly Owner was very helpful regarding where to walk and the best local restaurants, and even gave us an excellent local map and wrote...
Asturian traditional house restored following the original design of the house. Comprises a garden, ground floor where is a living room with fireplace, library and dining room.
La Portiella del Llosu is a rural property for room rental. It has five double rooms (beds 1.50) with bath.
Located in the municipality of Cabrales, is the ideal place to enjoy the mountains, at 15 km from the Picos de Europa National Park and Sierra of Leather Protected Landscape as well as the marvelous beaches of western Asturias like Torimbia , Gulpiyuri, Llanes and Ribadesella.
Pros: Accommodating in regards to dietrary requirements. Very friendly and helpful staff.
Cons: Cleanliness of the room could have been better.
Pros: Comfortable and charming country house. The staff were really friendly and helpful. The restaurant was a plus.
Cons: There was nothing that we did not like.
When visiting Demués, Hotel Rural El Rexacu is a great choice to consider. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. Other highlights include a terrace and a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
Cons: had to go out to eat would have been nice to had been able to eat there
Cons: No restaurants near. Had to be driven to dinner.
Pros: Very Nice room en good breakfast and excellent diner
Pros: It's a hidden treasure within Asturias most beatiful area. it's calm, charm and authentic. Hotel Staff extra nice. Next to FEVE pilgrims train and awesome cuevas del mar beach. Nueva is just ...
Situated by the ocean, Hotel Ovio is a great choice for a stay in Llanes. Freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks, and guests can keep active with onsite rowing/canoeing. Other features include a bar/lounge, a terrace, and a garden.
Cons: Shower was broken and water sprayed all over bathroom making floors slippery and dangerous. Air conditioning did not work and neither did the hair dryer that was hanging on bathroom wall by two wires...
Pros: Standard room was nice. Dinner and breakfast buffets were great with lots of choice. Wi-fi didn't seem to work but not really a problem.
Cons: A fair bit of noise from outside of the room, the corridor, and next door room, but not the hotels fault really.
Pros: The staff is well informed and attentive. We booked two rooms for our stay, one for the kids and one for us. The receptionist facilitate our stay by having the rooms adjacent to each other and near ...
Pros: Location and food
Cons: Serious disappointment - photos provided on booking.com are not at a lll of the pool included in a booking, but a spa, which needs to be reserved at a very high extra charge. Nowhere it is clear. The...
Pros: Should be wifi in room
Cons: A little noisy in room
Pros: the hotel itself is lovely
Cons: the breakfast in the restaurant was almost cold and very poor. for evening meals, use the tapas restaurant across the road, excellent food and very reasonable
Pros: everything was good
Cons: the food in the restaurant was poor quality and cold. we was first in for breakfast at 08:00, the food was already out. When we left, well after 10:00 the food was still there with no sign of it ...
Pros: Spa facilities
Cons: Poor restaurant food
Hotel & Spa María Manuela is a great choice for a stay in Cangas de Onis. You can visit the spa to indulge in massages, body scrubs, or hydrotherapy, and Maria Manuela serves lunch and dinner. Rooms at this upscale hotel offer plasma TVs, refrigerators, and free WiFi.
Featuring large, green gardens, this stone-walled country house is set in the Asturian countryside just outside Villahormes. Casa de Aldea la Piniella is 5 minutes’ drive from the nearest beach. The modern décor features rustic wooden finishes. There is a lounge with a fireplace, TV and sofas, and a kitchen equipped with a microwave, dishwasher and washing machine. Bed linen and towels are provided. A selection of restaurants and shops is available in the coastal town of Ribadesella, a 15-minute drive from Piniella House. Information about the area can be provided by the property. Villahormes Train Station is just 1,969 feet from the house, and the town is also well-connected via the A8 Motorway. Oviedo, Gijón and Santander and its airport can all be reached in around an hour’s drive. There is free private parking on site.
Pros: The view from the breakfast room was stunning - looking directly over the fields to the beach. The room was very well equipped - especially the bathroom with its glass bowl and high pressure ...
Pros: This place was well looked after clean and the food was good very peaceful and relaxing the beech was great white sands nice clean sea and was nearly empty so me and my pals were lapping the sun up ...
Cons: The view from my window was not good every thing else was spot on
Pros: Lovely boutique hotel with friendly staff. Beautiful location by cove and rural setting. Charming little village. Access by car only.
Cons: Inaccessible and very poor signage on road. Very narrow windy one way lanes that goes forever when there's a shorter easier way which you can't enter cos of one way lane!
Pros: An incredible location in Asturias...the perfect place to relax and switch off
Pros: Next to wonderful beach. Friendly employees
Cons: Breakfast should have more variation
Pros: The view from the common areas of the hotel is just fantastic. The walking distance to two different beaches is key. I particularly loved the possibility to take short easy walks around the slopes in ...
Cons: The facilities are very, very simple. No views from the room. Small shower. Average bed (in fact two singles pushed together). Sometimes fruit at breakfast was rotten.
Pros: Modern, clean, good value for money
Cons: Difficult to get restaurant, especially on monday, when almost everything is closed in Spain.
Pros: - Great view on the sea. Some rooms have a sea view. - Good breakfast buffet - Nice beach just infront of the hotel. - Nice cities around the hotel. - Very good price - NIce staff. - Very familiar and stylish
Cons: - Need a car! - Restaurants in the village are expensive for students, but in the village 2 min away the prices are ok.
Pros: The location and the views from the restaurant of the unspoilt bay and headland opposite are absolutely beautiful
Cons: The hotel does not do evening meals - althought there are some small restaurants within walking distance in the village.
Pros: It's location overlooking the beach at Niembro was lovely at breakfast time. None of the ground floor rooms have any view at all, just screening. Breakfast was not bad but could get a little busy at the weekends. The two local beaches are lovely and within easy strolling distance of the hotel. There is no restaurant and reception closes in the evening so access by pincode is used. Bear in mind if you are arriving late. There are three restaurants within easy walking distance in the village, one is excellent, but shuts Sunday night
Cons: Quite difficult to find, it is signposted from the mainroad but from only one direction. Niembro is a typical Spanish village with narrow twisting roads with a curious one way system which the locals seem to ignore
Pros: The hotel has very good proximity to the beach - only about a 5min walk.
Cons: The hotel is very expensive for what it is. I wouldn't judge this to be a very good 3-star hotel as it is not very well built. The corridor provides noise most of the time and you can easily hear your next-door neighbours through the walls. We didn't get a sea view or balcony, in fact our room was quite dark. Other facilities are basic with just a breakfast room (which does have a lovely view of the sea). However, this room isn't used for meals at any other time of day and is a bit of a wasted opportunity.
Pros: Nice ambience about the place. Cafe downstairs gave the place a bit of a buzz but nice and quiet no problems. You can head out onto a country walk via the stream round the back and suddenly you are ...
Cons: Benia itself wasn't that interesting and probably glad I just stayed for one night though if you like exploring the countryside you could easily do a couple of nights.
Pros: The tiny village was very authentic and well-situated at the bottom of several mountains. I took a morning run over the top of one and it was like entering another reality: all cows, cowbells and old ...
Pros: It was a small little village with restaurants just at your door stop.
Enjoy your visit to Onis with a stay at Hotel Peña Santa. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. There's a terrace, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
Pros: Elevated rural location, giving brilliant views. Animals in the fields have bells, so marvellous atmosphere. Landlady gave us an excellent welcome.
Pros: The view, the cleanliness, and the tranquility.
Cons: It's a fair way to eat well. If you like to have alcohol with your meal but don't therefore wish to drive this is a bit of a challenge. The restaurant closest is 1km away and its down a. Steep...
Pros: Great, simple little posada tucked up on the side of a hill, equidistant from Cangas/Arenas/Posada de Llanes, lovely owner, very friendly and interesting. Very comfy bed, and great shower! ...
Cons: Breakfast could have had more variety. It is up a steep windy hill as others have said, our old car made it though!
Showcasing a terrace and views of the mountains, Casa Rural El Toral is located in El Escobal. Llanes is 9 miles from the property. Each unit features a private bathroom with a bathtub or shower and free toiletries. Towels and bed linen are available. There are lots of activities in the area, such as canoeing and hiking. Potes is 19 miles from Casa de Aldea El Toral. The nearest airport is Santander Airport, 55 miles from Casa Rural El Toral.
Hotel La Terraza is a great choice for a stay in Cabrales. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out the restaurant, and the bar/lounge is the perfect spot to grab a drink at the end of the day. A snack bar/deli, a terrace, and a garden are other highlights.