In the mountains which foretell Oviedo, surmounting the plain, we discover this special hotel whose icon is without a doubt the image of a generous Jacuzzi with views over the infinite snowed up mountains. The buildings are the restored houses of the Coruxedo abandoned hamlet, by the Angliru mountain pass, occupying a green mountain slope with a few mansions immersed in their own cosmos of morning milking and farm work. This is the scenery of sound in every room, a few cow bells, and shepherds whistling. One more element of contemporary Asturias, is the contrast between the blue of some of the facades of the hotel and this intense greenness. The suites and the rooms contain natural materials and Avant-guard aesthetic. Bright fabrics, wood and earth colours, in an agreeable country-chic atmosphere. During the summer, the privilege is the swimming pool which overlooks the mountains.
Adapted room, as from January 2013, Signage in Brail and relief, placed round the hotel, room and bathroom. Should you require an adapted room please point it out when you make your reservation.
SPA in the hotel, also massage and treatments, walks through the countryside, BTT, bird watching, visit to Oviedo.
Oviedo, the pre-Romanesque churches of Santa María del Naranco, San Miguel de Lillo and San Julián de los Prados. Somiedo Natural Park. Cudillero and Luarca mountain passes.
-Asturias. Guía Viva. Anaya Touring, 2012. Various authors. 15€
-Excursiones con niños por Asturias. Aguilar, 2008. Juanjo Alonso. 24€
-Asturias, cocina de mar y monte. Ed. Nobel, 2011. José Antonio Fidalgo. 22€
-100 pequeños recorridos PR -Asturias. Prames, 2007. Antonio Alba. 27€
Creative menu with products from Asturias and the Hotels own vegetable garden. Diners served in the room, a special moment.
Cheeses from Asturias, natural cider, “moscovitas” and “carballos” from Oviedo. Knives from Taramundi.
By car, A-66 exit Mieres and N-630 until intersection towards Riosa. The Hotel is 2,5km away from La Vega, capital of the municipality. Turn towards Viapará, Angliru and Grandiella. Until you reach the village of Doña Jaunde, from there follow the signs.
By bus. Departures from Oviedo, Mieres and Pola de Lena daily. www.alsa.es
By train. Oviedo and Mieres stations, 16km away, and bus or taxi 20 minutes. www.feve.es
By plane. Avilés airport, 46km away.