Little Hotels

in Asturias

Hotel Rural Valleoscuru

, Tresgrandas

Hotel Valleoscuru is rustic charm at its very best. Set in a beautiful valley with the mountains on one side and the sea on the other.

Guest rating 9.6

Casona de la Paca

, Cudillero, Asturias

Hotel created from a colonial-style country house just a ten minute walk from the harbour at Cudillero, Asturias.

Guest rating 9.5

Posada del Valle

, Collia

Hotel Posada Del Valle is a small quiet country hotel close to both the Picos de Europa and the beaches of the Asturias coast.

Guest rating 9.2

Torre de Villademoros

, Cadavedo

Hotel Torre de Villademoros, making the most of a typical 18th century ancestral home, is a country hotel situated just next to the mediaeval tower that gives it its name.

Guest rating 9.8

Amada Carlota Hotel Rural

, Cabranes

Amada Carlota Hotel Rural is a delightfully chic little hotel built high in the Asturian mountains, close to the Picos de Europa.

Guest rating 9.5

Palacio de Cutre

, Infiesto

Palacio de Cutre is a 16th century Asturian mansion now run as a country house hotel.

Guest rating 9.0

Quinta de Villanueva

, Colombres, Asturias

Small country house hotel built in the Spanish colonial style. Great service and an ideal location for exploring northern Spain.

Guest rating 9.5

El Gran Sueño

, Caspio la Vega, Pintueles

A boutique B&B in a blink-and-you-missed-it hamlet where nothing can break the silence and tranquility. Perfect for relaxing, or enjoying the Asturias mountains and coast.

Guest rating 9.8
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Reasons to visit Asturias

The regions of Asturias and Cantabria are ideal for those who love outdoor activities such as walking, horse riding, fishing and bird watching or for the more adventurous sports enthusiast, white-water rafting, kayaking and canoeing. If you prefer the beach, the area does not disappoint, having long dune-like beaches which stretch for miles along its Atlantic coastline, elegant seaside towns with attractive promenades and excellent restaurants.

For those seeking out culture and history this area has so much of interest. As the route of the Camino de Santiago (Pilgrims Way) meanders through these regions there are hundreds of buildings of historic importance to see and visit. Oviedo, capital of Asturias, has several fine pre-Romanesque buildings and a gothic cathedral, the Basilica del Salvador.

The rocky peaks of the Picos de Europa are justly famous and an ideal place for walking.

With its lush green meadows, miles of uncrowded sandy beaches, huge forests, awesome mountains and beautiful national parks, and its reputation for some of the best seafood in Europe, its not surprising that this area of Spain is very popular with Spanish holidaymakers, but they can't keep it to themselves forever!