We offer four quite rooms in a new stone house located in Navasa, a little village in the Pyrenees (Huesca).
All the rooms have access to terraces and to a small vegetable garden. The rooms share two complete baths. There exists the possibility of using the kitchen, the lounge of the house and the third bath. The house has garage too, TV, and we can facilitate to you the access to Internet with our notebook.
We offer a complet breakfast and, if you demande it, tasty vegetarian dinners, with organic quality products. In the garden you can take care of the aromatic plants and vegetables, and after you can eat them. The garden is a nice place to stay, to read a book with the sounds of the birds, or to drink a beer...
If you need it, we will orientate you with the visits and activities that you can do during your stay here. This is a good point to realize visits to different interest natural and cultural or arquitectural places. During the winter, you can also choose the ski, but if we have bad weather, we offer crafts classes for your children.
The house is next to a natural protected zone, with a view to a leafy mount. We are in a picturesque little village close to Jaca and Sabiñánigo (Aragonese Pyrenees). 'Navasa's nest' is a house of stone, which respects the environment, wee can say is an ecological house: the calorific energy is produced by the geothermia system, so we don´t use any pollutant fuel, and we use the food residues for compost to the garden.
We love animals. We live with a small friendly dog, Lina. She likes people and play with other dogs. Also there is a cat who lives in this village and she loves to have breakfast in the garden, Catilina, she is very affectionate too. All the year it is easy to see a great variety of birds from the terrace or the garden, and some of them have their nests in the house, as the swallows. Also you can see different types of autochthonous butterflies fluttering the lavender. If you are lucky, also you will see the squirrels jumping trought the trees searching nuts. In the village also lives a donkey and there are flocks of sheeps that you will see at liberty.