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This villa is a former Indian house dating from the middle of the 20th century, between Navia and Luarca on the Asturian coast.
The rooms are all unique and some particularly special for their spaciousness and terrace. The most distinguished areas are the porch which opens out onto the gardens, the large lounge with open wood fire, a games room and a library.
This place enjoys an excellent location where you can relax or take part in outdoor activities such as trekking. Alternatively, you can visit some of the adjacent towns.
This establishment was made a hotel in 1993 and is the work of architect Àlvarez Castelao, from the mid 20th century.
The house has been simplistically decorated, preserving its original atmosphere and furniture from the previous landlords.
The breakfasts are not to be missed. They are constituted by local products such as the requesón cheese, marmalade and the lemon flavoured sponge cake (bizcocho).
The hotel does not have a restaurant. The breakfast room makes a cold buffet available between 20:00 and 22:00.
There are a large number of restaurants in Puerto de Vega, situated 2 km from the hotel.