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Traditional country house

6 guests

3 rooms

5 beds

3 baths

6 guests

3 rooms

5 beds

3 baths

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Ages 2 - 12
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6 guests maximum. Infants don’t count toward the number of guests.
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About this listing

The Pedrueco, guest farms, located in the central-western Asturias. Surrounded by nature, near Oviedo, Gijón, beach and mountains.

Fully equipped for 6 people, with garden, indoor pool, playground and; spa(no free) *


Extra people: £13 / night after 2 guests


The space

El Pedrueco is an old typical house from Asturias situated in the heart of the Cider region.
It’s in the center of east Asturias, so you can easily get to know its countryside, art, gastronomy and culture.
House and garden are there to relax and enjoy nature, accompanied by your family or friends, while you share a nice glass of cider
A traditional “hórreo” (elevated granary), old bread baking oven , garden, orchard, and lovely secluded spots will make your stay a pleasant one, full of peace and tranquility in a very special location.
El Pedrueco is a rural house rented as a whole with capacity for 5 – 6 persons.
The ground floor has a living room with library, wood chimney, stereo, TV, DVD, kitchen with dining room & vitroceramic (2 heaters) ; fridge, freezer, microwave oven, washing machine and other electrical appliances, as well as dishes, kitchen utensils, etc.
In the first floor are the bedrooms, two double rooms with 2 singles beds each and complete bathrooms and another bedroom with a double bed , toilet and shower (with hairdryer).
The names of the bedrooms refer to the three traditional trees in Asturian culture: “El Texu” (yew tree), “L’Ablanu” ( hazelnut tree), and “El Manzanu” (apple tree). All of the furniture in these bedrooms have been restored and decorated in our own workshop.
“ The Yew tree”:
The yew tree is the sacred tree in Asturian mythology and represents the link of the Asturian people with the earth, with old religions and our ancestors. It symbolises spirituality.
“The Apple tree”:
The apple tree represents immortality. The apples, when cut horizontally have the shape of the five pointed star, which is the talisman of power. When cut vertically the apple takes the shape of the female genitals, symbolising the power of regeneration.
“The Hazelnut tree”
The hazelnut tree provides the wood to make the walking stick, and symbolises magic power and authority, hence its name the pacifist’s weapon. Furthermore, this wood has always been the support for walkers.
The whole house has:
heating and hot water.
Wi-Fi connection.
The outside areas of the house are common with us, as we live in an annexe to hire, so we can inform and assist them in any matter arising our customers


Information and organisation of activities.
A booking service for restaurants.
Pets are welcome.
The choice to take part in farming activities or traditional cookery.
Investigation games about Asturian culture.

....AND ALSO...
the chance to enjoy the typical Asturian ritual of sharing a glass of cider with us.
Our Relaxation and Well-being room:
Finnish sauna.

Swimming pool and solarium, including a massage jet shower.
Take day trips to:
Coastal villages.
Rural inland Asturias.
Preromanesque and romanesque arquitecture.
Picos de Europa, Covadonga, and the lakes.
Cabo de Peñas and Gijón.
Monumental Oviedo and its old quarter Practise active sports:
Biking or walking routes:
Las Foces by the Pendón river.
El Remediu.
Mariñana de los Molinos (mills).
De La Mua hill.
Sto. Tomás de Priandi.
Horse trekking.
Boat trips.
Canoeing down the river Sella.
Caving and potholing.

San Salvador de Valdedios monastery.
The Cider Museum.
MUJA, Jurassic Museum.
Coal mine Museum.
Ethnographic Museum in Cabranes.
Old quarter in Villaviciosa.
Tazones, typical fishing village.

Cider Festival ( second week in July- Nava).
San Juan de Amandi ( June 23th and 24th- -Amandi – Villaviciosa).
San Roque ( August 15th-17th –Tazones –Villaviciosa).
Del Asturcón ( third Sunday in August – Libardón – Colunga).
“Fiesta de los Güevos Pintos” ( Easter Tuesday – Pola de Siero).
“Asturian Market” (last weekend in July –Ceceda –Nava).
America´s day in Asturias ( September 19th - Oviedo).
San Mateo ( September 21st – Oviedo).
Nuestra Señora de Begoña (August 15th - Gijón).
“Antroxu´s Tuesday” ( February Carnival´s Tuesday).
“La Fiesta´l Bollu” ( Easter Monday – Avilés).


Asturias and The Cider Shire, both fare well from the sea (with a vast range of fish and seafood), and from the mountains where cattle and sheep are fed by their green pastures, apart from this we can´t forget home grown green vegetables.
It would be unthinkable when visiting Asturias not to sample “les fabes” ( butter beans), the essential ingredient of the most famous of Asturian dishes: “ la fabada” ( pork and beans stew).
Visitors shouldn´t forget to taste fish in a thousand and one different ways, el pixin (monkfish), la chopa (bream), salmonete (red mullet). From the seafood: el oricio (sea urchin), la andarica (small crab), la ñocla (crawfish), el centollo (spider crab), el bugre (lobster), almejas (clams), and percebes (barnacles). From the rivers salmons and trouts are the best option.
From the range of meats, the variety of “carne roxa” (Asturian beef) has an exceptional quality, together with pork spicy sausages like “chorizo”, “morcilla”, or “chosco”. The “pitu caleya” free range chicken, deserves a special mention, as well as the variety of mountain game (wild boar, roe deer, deer).
Try “el bollu preñau” (roll stuffed with chorizo), and the immense range of different cheeses -Asturias is one of the richest cheese-making regions in Spain - just to mention some of them: Cabrales, Gamoneu, de Fuente, de Bota, Afuega´l Pitu, Porrúa, Vidiago, Beyos, La Peral, Oscos, de Pría....
A wide range of typical puddings and cakes: rice pudding, frixuelos (similar to crèpes), borrachinos, marañuelas, tocinillos de cielo, casadielles, charlota, tarta gijonesa, carbayones,...
And finally, the Asturian drink by excellence: cider, obtained from apples in a “llagar” (cider press) and fermented in “pipas” (big barrels) made of chestnut wood. It can be appealing for first time visitors to watch how the cider is poured over the head into the glass held in the other hand, to get the right fizz.

If you want any further information:

+ Take the A-64 (Oviedo-Santander), exit Nava / Lieres / Arriondas, you’ll be on the N-634 direction towards Nava. Once in Nava take the AS-250 direction towards Villaviciosa. After 3,5 Kms. from Nava, take the road towards your right indicating “El Pedrueco”
UTM: X 297271, Y , HUSO - S.G. 30
Distances Km.:
+ Nava: 3,5Kms.
+ Oviedo: 30kms.
+ Gijón: 40kms.
+ Rodiles beach: 26kms.
+ Avilés: 53kms.
+ Covadonga (Picos): 50kms.
+ Airport: 70kms.
+ Bilbao: 251kms.
+ A Coruña: 305kms.

Guest access

You can see videos of the house The Pedrueco on youtube.

Interaction with guests

The outdoor areas Pedrueco share with guests (we live in an attached house).
Our relationship with guests is friendly and informative, taking into account the wishes of our guests.

The neighbourhood

The Pedrueco is in a small quiet
village in the countryside, with a nice neighborhood, where children can, if they wish, share games with the people.
Also you can buy some farm products like eggs and milk

Getting around

The house has parking next to the entrance.
Public transport, both train and bus is 3.5 Km from the house.
From the airport can be reached by private car or public transport, we can pick you up at the bus station or the train.

Other things to note

Our pool is covered and can be used throughout the year, also the jacuzzi

House Rules
Check in time is 6PM - 9PM
Check out by 11AM

Welcome to the home of The Pedrueco village, we are delighted that you have decided to stay in our house these days. Hope you enjoy the most, we are available to help you and guide you in whatever you want.
* The Pedrueco is for catering, renting a minimum of 7 nights.
Settle yourself at home and take care of it like yours, so you always find in good condition and able to enjoy the facilities. Report any damage you find or occur during your stay. We will try to fix ASAP.
In our commitment to the environment we ask your help:
• Make use of moderate heating and water is scarce
• Recycle trash
• Respect the hours of rest, avoiding loud music and noise nuisance
The general house cleaning is done at the entrance and exit of customers and extended stays, cleaning weekly maintenance will be performed (except scrub dishes, helpful personal, etc).
• We are environmentally conscious, so that changes of underwear are performed whenever the client requests it. On the other hand in the house has lingerie for emergency changes, etc.
The Pets should always be supervised by the owners
• If our dogs or cats scare you, let us know, we will try not to disturb you, and if they are loose around the farm keep hatches closed to prevent escape.
Take care of the outdoor facilities and games and know and respect the customs of the inhabitants of the village

You must also acknowledge
Dog(s) and cat(s) lives in the house



Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.

Safety features
First aid kit
Safety card
Fire extinguisher

7 nights minimum stay

Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.

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Alison User Profile
August 2016
We had a fabulous holiday. Carmen and Gonzalez gave us such a warm welcome and were the perfect hosts. The children loved the garden, trampoline, pond and pool. We had many great days out and about visting a local mine, farm shop and some beautiful beaches. Would love to go back and already wishing our holiday hadn't finished. Thank you Carmen for being such a great host hope to see you again.