|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
Villa Teodora is one of the principle houses in the peacefully village of Salinas, characterized by its long white sandy beach. The house is built in the local traditional 'Indian' style, with garden. The living quarters are on 3 floors (360m2). The first floor has the huge and beautiful terrace, dinning and living room with fire and piano, and the kitchen with dining area. At the second floor, a living room, 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. On the third floor: two more rooms and a shower room.
This historic house is ideally suited for a big family or a group of friends who appreciate comfort : space, beautiful furniture, good beds, cotton sheets, central heating, etc. The villa is very definitely a home, large but welcoming, and well lived-in. It’s perfect for relaxing, sunbathing or enjoying the marvellous local walks or discovering other villages, little harbours all along the beautiful green Northern unspoiled Cantabrican Coast. Salinas is a summer village with all the facilities, restaurants, shopping which is never crowded.
We are a belgian family and our father adquired this beautiful house in 1968. Every year, we all come back to Villa Teodora to have few weeks all together. Our best chidhood memories take place in this house. A feeling that we share with all our children.
Anne Pasek purchased this villa in 1968
I should let you know that we had a fabulous week at your villa. The sun shone for the entire week. We spent time at the beach, touring to Tarramundi, visiting La Pena caves, eating out locally, and best of all sitting on the front terrace enjoying a wine.
Congratulations to you having the villa so well set up. We have rented houses in Spain before and have often been very disappointed with the facilities eg lack of hot water, not enough utensils in the kitchen, even an empty swimming pool!
We enjoyed the villa, the great location and the excellent weather Asturias turned on for us.
Thanks again, Anne, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would love to visit again.
Anne , la dueña, encantadora. La casa . un maravilloso palacete. La situación excelente ,al lado de una maravollosa playa y su paseo marítimo. la limpieza y el equipamiento bueno, aunque los colchones habría que ir pensando en cambiarlos..
en definitiva, un lujo al lado del mar. Anne, mi familia te da las gracias.
This is a big family villa about 10 miles from Aviles airport and a couple of minutes walk from the lovely beach of Salinas which was ideal for our large family party of 8 adults and 2 small children who were all meeting up for a holiday.
The bedrooms were big, spacious and airy, as were the two bathrooms which always had plenty of hot water. We were unable to use the shower on the top floor as it was not working during our stay.
The kitchen was well equipped and the whole villa was so large we never felt crowded.
The terrace at the back of the house was fabulous, we spent a lot of time there eating, drinking and relaxing. A car is not essential as there are a couple of small supermarkets nearby, but be aware they are not open all the time like the UK and none are open on a Sunday.
There are various restaurants to eat out at, some were excellent, a couple of others not so good. As our son had hired a car from Madrid airport we were able to go to the large supermarkets which had much more choice and were very well stocked, a car also enabled a few of us to visit Gijon and Aviles which we enjoyed.
We loved the coffee and cake shop just around the corner, gorgeous cakes and puddings and great fresh coffee!
We had lovely weather so spent quite a lot of time on the beach, lots of people but never ever crowded, it is so large. This is a very spanish resort, we didn't meet any other tourists and absolutely nobody spoke any English so take a phrase book if you can't speak any Spanish!
The garden was nice and private although not secure for small children as the side of the property was open to the front and the road. We did manage to block it but do think it would be good if it had a gate across.
We had a great time here which was enjoyed by us all and would love in the future to visit again, many thanks Anne for renting us your lovely family villa.
I spent a wonderful week with family and friends at Villa Teodora in June 2012. The villa is grand and spacious, a magnificent family home. The kitchen is fully equipped, the rooms beautifully furnished and the terrace fabulous for a long lunch or for enjoying a wine or sangria with tapas in the afternoon. We wanted for nothing.
We found Salinas a very central location for exploring the Province of Asturias and our day trips included visits to Tarramundi, Gijon, Oviedo and Aviles as well as the lovely seaside villages of Cudillero, Luarco and Puerto de Vega.
The beach at Salinas is very pleasant and we enjoyed long walks along the promenade or beachfront although we found the water rather chilly.
There are a number of cafes, restaurants and bars close by if you are not inclined to cook. We joined the locals to watch the World Cup at Los Tres Monos bar and enjoyed delicious tortilla. We dined at Real Balneario which has spectacular views over the ocean and amazing food (a holiday indulgence for us). Sadly we found the service erratic at Ewan Food, a shame as the venue is impressive.
We would like to thank the owner for sharing Villa Teodora, and making our stay in Salinas & our holiday in Spain so enjoyable. We would love to return one day soon.
La villa est extremement agréable: chambres de couple nombreuses et vastes, Salon, cuisine et terrasses parfait pour des diners ou soirée à dix-douze personnes, jardin agréable.
L'acceuil est très sympatique et la concierge extremement aimable, même pour faire expliquer le fonctionnement du chauffage à 23:00.
En terme de situation,la plage de Salinas à 1 minute à pied, et les plages plus calmes vers Cudilero à 15 minutes de voiture.
Very nice Villa with big bedrooms and reception-sized living room, Very nice and helpful people for cheking-in, well placed.
LG, 35 from France, visite. automne 2010, 8 adultes + nombreux enfants et bébés.
This was the perfect location for a 'recovery' holiday in July with our children (5 and 6 yo) and their grandparents. We were sorry that our other friends hadn't been able to come, but it was so peaceful...
The benefits started with the 15-minute taxi ride from Asturias airport. We were warmly welcomed and shown the way to all the relevant shops, even accompanied to the supermarket. Then we found that the villa is truly at the heart of this seaside resort, next to the shops and a hop from the beach, and that there were essentially no foreign tourists.
We spent mornings on the beach, when it was quiet even at the more populous end, and came home for a long lunch on the veranda, shaded by the billowing curtains. Afterwards, we relaxed while the children played in the garden (swing and rope ladder, fountain, etc.). In the afternoon, the beach was transformed as the local kids arrived after school to play in the waves, pose, natter, etc: endless entertainment for our children. There was enough to do for a week, exploring the dunes at the far end of the beach, the unusual anchor museum, etc. Salinas is a small, beach town with a great beach and the other required facilities - ice cream stands on the way to the beach, cafes for afternoon drinks on the way back, many bars and restaurants. It is not highly developed for tourism - a swimming+tennis club, a surfing school, but little else. We were never tempted to rent a car as the weather was fine throughout, but on a wetter week we could have done so easily.
The villa is well set up for a large party, with a fully-equipped back kitchen, a large dining table in the living room (between the grand piano and the sofas round the fireplace). The TV room upstairs, the living room downstairs and the large veranda allow different groups to chat. The bedrooms are large to grand, there are plenty of bathrooms, TVs etc. The villa is very definitely a home, large but welcoming, and well lived-in. For example, there was a small and idiosyncratic collection of CDs left for the guests to discover on the hifi downstairs.
We will very likely come back to the villa for holidays with friends or family and their children. It was our second visit to the general area, which has much to offer. Most striking single memory is probably the youth of Salinas surfing down the pavement in the torrent from a fire hydrant, on the night Spain won the world cup.
As my friends Lynn and Pepe say, Western Asturias is a region just opening up due to the new Cantabrican Motorway joining France with Portugal along the beautiful green Northern Coast. The locals are friendly and the food delicious and abundant. The protected coastline is unspoiled with many beaches varying in nature from sandy with all the amenities to rocky and secluded. The mountains join the sea in Asturias and there are many natural parks and walking trails. While Picos de Europa is a 1 hour drive from here, Somiedo Natural Park is closer, less visited and beautiful boasting Leonid Vultures and Brown Bears. Typical mountain cottages add a magical effect to the landscape.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Jul 1 2015 - Jul 31 2015
7 night minimum stay
Aug 1 2015 - Aug 31 2015
2 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
4 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable damage deposit||€300.00|
1 week: 1500€ - 2 weeks: 2.500€.
July: 1 week: 2000€ - 2 weeks: 3500€.
August: 1 week: 2500€ - 2 weeks: 3.900€ - last week: 2.300€
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (EUR) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.