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Located above the beautiful west coast of Asturias, near the fishing ports of Cudillero and Luarca, Teixidiello is a village on the slopes of the Sierra del Pomar. It was abandoned in the 70s and today restored to its original charm, La Bouza is a stone house with views of the countryside and the sea. You'll be among the privileged few who can enjoy a hidden treasure. Access from the nearest town of San Martin de Luiña is through a beautiful trail through the forest, ensuring peace and tranquility constant.
Teixidiello, a place where there are no asphalt. Just 7 km. San Martin de Luiña. Upon arrival you will find peace and tranquility, waterfalls and streams, forests, birds and the sound of bells across the valley. All this from the comfort of La Bouza, a stone house with all the comforts of home. On the ground floor is a kitchen-living room and a bathroom, equipped with shower cabin and spring water. Bedroom is upstairs, it has amazing views. The owners have thought of everything to ensure your comfort and they are available if you need anything. The fireplace warms the whole house if it's cold and solar panels provide hot water in abundance.
Primero debo decir que es un lugar ideal si quieres desconectarte del mundo, muy bonito y escondido en la montaña. Mi marido y yo pensábamos por la foto que era una casa sola pero no es así, son 4 casa mas la casa de los propietarios a su alrededor. El camino hasta la casa son unos 6 kilometros de camino rural estupendo para un todoterreno y no un coche pequeño como el nuestro. La casa por dentro es clavada a la foto, muy bonita.
We encourage you to enjoy the natural surroundings of Teixidiello, accomplishing walking routes, bird and animal watching, plant collecting or sunbathing. However, when the need arises, in fifteen minutes you can find sandy beaches, local restaurants and shops. Luarca Cudillero are the closest port cities and each one offers different activities, opportunities of dining and shopping. San Martin is the first point of contact as you come down from the mountain and there are two good restaurants, bakery, pharmacy, doctor, petrol station (diesel) and post office.Traditional market day in San Martin is Tuesday until 13:00 h. Train passes by San Martin 4 times a day and can be a fun alternative to the car, especially to go to Oviedo, Gijón, Avilés
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En estancias superiores a una semana le daremos ropa y toallas cada semana.
Este alojamiento esta en régimen de Alquiler y sujeto a la ley de arrendamientos urbanos (ley 29/94 de arrendamientos urbanos, boe de 25 Noviembre de 1994)