Villa with inspiring views of Northern Spain's Picos de Europa

Liebana, Cantabria, Northern Spain Property Ref: AC18
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    5 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps
    Sleeps 10
  • Property Ref: AC18

Detached property in the delightful setting of an intimate Liébana valley for hiking, exploring, lazing and eating well. Sleeps 8 to 10.

Booking information for AC18

  • Normal check-in time: 5 pm – 10 pm; Normal check-out time: 10 am.

  • The cot is available on request and at an additional cost of 35€ per week.

Changeover day for AC18

  • The start and finish day has some flexibility.

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Booking information for AC18

  • Normal check-in time: 5 pm – 10 pm; Normal check-out time: 10 am.

  • Cot is available on request and at an additional cost of 35€ per week.

Changeover day for AC18

  • The start and finish day has some flexibility.

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Summary

Detached property in the delightful setting of an intimate Liébana valley for hiking, exploring, lazing and eating well. Sleeps 8 to 10.

Facilities

  • Bedrooms
    5 Bedrooms
  • Bathroom
    4 Bathrooms
  • Beds
    Sleeps 10

Enjoyment

WiFi Internet; TV (Spanish channels only); Furnished Porch and gardens; Portable Barbecue (charcoal not included).

Self-catering
4 ring vitroceramic hob; Electric oven; Dishwasher; Microwave; Coffee maker; Juicer; Toaster; Fridge freezer.

Practicalities
Washing machine, Iron and board; 4 hairdryers; Central heating; Open fireplace; Cot (on request); Terrace and furniture; All bedding and towels provided (except for outdoor/beach use: please bring your own); Private parking in garage.

Notes on facilities
Cot is available on request and at an additional cost.

Layout

Ground floor
Open plan living / dining room; Kitchen; Utility room; Bedroom 1: Twin Beds; Bathroom (shower over bathtub/WC); Door to back garden; Porch terrace (covered and furnished).

First floor
30 m² furnished gallery terrace; Bedroom 2: Double bed with en suite bathroom, doors to gallery terrace and small balcony; Bedroom 3: Double bed with small balcony; Bedroom 4: Twin beds; Bathroom (shower over bathtub/WC).

Lower ground floor
Bedroom 5: Double bed with en suite bathroom (shower over bathtub/WC).

Basement
Private garage.

Exterior
Gardens to the front and rear of the house and ramp down to basement garage.

Notes on Layout
Although the house can accommodate up to 10 people, we consider it more comfortable for 8 only for dining and sitting together.

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Overview

Here we have a very interesting holiday opportunity in rural Cantabria. Accommodating eight to ten guests, the villa has polish, comfort and dramatic views of the Picos de Europa.

The location is just fantastic. Even within the inimitable Liébana, it occupies a special position: just before the mountains start and in an unspoilt valley where tiny villages are interconnected by pathways.

If an active holiday with walks in glorious hills, valleys and mountains and lots more to do is your plan, you’ll love it.

But it’s just as suitable for those who wish for no more than a garden sunlounger aimed at the mountain scenery, and to lie back in serious relaxation, letting the others go off up winding paths to ancient forests, canyons, up the famous cable car at Fuente Dé (just 20 minutes away), horseriding, kayaking on rivers, mountain biking, driving off to visit a monastery, coves and beaches, or taking the narrow gauge train along the coast. It's quite a challenge to fit all that into one week.

Just a few minutes away is the regional capital of Potes, replete with restaurants, shops selling walking guides, equipment and souvenirs, banks and all major facilities. It’s the focal point of La Liébana and yet only a small town with some medieval architecture and the River Deva flowing gently through.

The same river is a stone’s throw from the villa, which stands alone in an expanse of lawn, looking somewhat proud and imposing for such a likeable house. We wouldn’t call it secluded, since it’s part of a hamlet, but it feels private within its 250 m² of garden.

The villa has a character all of its own, somehow managing to be traditional and familiarly modern at the same time.

Dignified steps from the private garden rise to the sheltered porch of a handsome granite residence, as solid and square as a squat tower. We felt immediately drawn to seat ourselves at a table out here, to enjoy afternoon coffee and watch the changing face of the mountains (snow-peaked most of the year) framed by the gentle archway.

As we weren’t vacationing, we went about our inspection...

It has a surprisingly modern look and feel in spite of wood floors and occasional antique pieces of furniture and a sculpted fireplace. New tables, an up-to-date kitchen, marble-floored bathrooms all indicate that practicality and neatness really come first here, even if one or two items seem out of place.

The main room is very spacious. Two large sofas and two comfortable chairs are arranged by the hearth and a dining area is divided between two tables. One of these is extendable, but not enough to seat a full house at the same table. The covered porch area is more convenient for dining together. Although the house can accommodate up to 10 people, we consider it more comfortable for 8 only for dining and sitting together.

The accommodation extends to a large, fully equipped kitchen with a breakfast table, and a a utility room for clothes washing (and ironing, if you so desire).

The bedroom in the ground floor can suit someone with reduced mobility as the bathroom is equipped with grab bars.

Upstairs, a landing leads to a broad, furnished wooden terrace, slung with hammocks. The views from here are simply marvellous, taking in many peaks of the Alpine-looking Picos de Europa.

Sunrise and sunset are both rather special at this location.

The only building you see is a country inn run by the brother of the villa’s proprietor. You’re at a considerable distance from the inn, so it doesn’t impinge on your sense of privacy. Trees and bushes around the property means that the gardens are not overlooked.

For greater comfort, we suggest a maximum of 8 people for this villa. There is, however, a fifth bedroom which can accommodate 2 more guests at no extra charge. It's located a few steps down from the main ground floor:

A door leads out to the back garden where you have a simple barbecue area flanked by walnut trees, apple and pears. It’s a nice spot, even if the outdoor furniture is pretty rudimentary, unlike the front garden where furniture is more comfortable.

The way the house and the gardens are arranged –all very even and without drops– makes this is a perfectly suitable holiday home for families with children. 

Yews and even a small vineyard remind us of the surprisingly good climate. The Liébana has very rich vegetation and better weather than other areas of northern Spain, thanks the maritime influence and, especially, the protection afforded by the bowl of surrounding mountains.

Motoring round the lanes of the valley may return a sense enjoyment to driving that you have not experienced in quite some time. It’s such a lovely, wild area dotted with little stone hamlets, often with a bridge over a river or a tavern or restaurant.

Before you travel, we’ll send you an up-to-date Liébana Guide containing ideas for excursions, activities, recommendations for walks (one of less than a mile ends at a hamlet with a great inn for lunch), and visits to historic monuments and beaches.

Walking is the best way to really get into La Liébana, of course. Your home village of San Pelayo features on any decent map of the Picos de Europa National Park, so those interested can plan hikes from one village to another, to the top of nearby Pico Jano for panoramic views (active children can manage this walk), or to reach some of those incredible high peaks before you.

An easy drive brings you to the cable car at Fuente Dé. Just the base with its the sheer cliff faces and rocky crags, is interesting enough for people who don't care for the high cable car experience. Those that do go up are taken to another landscape altogether. It’s exciting up there and walking boots itch to start rambling the high mountain paths.

Back home, a shorter walk (some 300 metres) takes you to a camp site which normally allows anyone to use the summer swimming pool for a small fee. You can also eat a simple but tasty meal here at a fair price and do simple shopping.

Potes, less than ten minutes away, is your main reference for shopping and facilities.

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Location

Setting

In a beautiful green valley of Liebana region with superb views to Picos de Europa summits.

Location

Detached, in the small village of Camaleño.

Camp site 5 mins walk
Small shop, restaurant & Summer pool
Lon 3 mins drive or 20 mins walk
Good restaurant
Potes 6 mins drive
Most facilities, Monday street market
Fuente Dé 20 mins
Cable car up the Picos de Europa
La Franca 50 mins
Lovely beaches
San Vicente de la Barquera 1 hr
Attractive fishing town
airport Nearest Airports
Santander & Ferry 1 hr 30 mins
Bilbao (BIO) & Ferry 2 hrs 30 min
Asturias (OVD) 2 hrs 20 min

Prices

Rustical Travel charges Euros. All prices are fully inclusive, no hidden costs, no surcharges.

Sleeps 8 to 10 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -10
01 Jan 201701/01/2017 06 Apr 201706/04/2017
€1,140
07 Apr 201707/04/2017 17 Apr 201717/04/2017
€1,430
18 Apr 201718/04/2017 30 Jun 201730/06/2017
€1,140
01 Jul 201701/07/2017 31 Aug 201731/08/2017
€1,430
01 Sep 201701/09/2017 23 Dec 201723/12/2017
€1,140
24 Dec 201724/12/2017 31 Dec 201731/12/2017
€1,430
Sleeps 8 to 10 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -10
01 Jan 201801/01/2018 22 Mar 201822/03/2018
€1,140
23 Mar 201823/03/2018 02 Apr 201802/04/2018
€1,820
03 Apr 201803/04/2018 30 Jun 201830/06/2018
€1,140
01 Jul 201801/07/2018 31 Aug 201831/08/2018
€1,820
01 Sep 201801/09/2018 23 Dec 201823/12/2018
€1,140
24 Dec 201824/12/2018 31 Dec 201831/12/2018
€1,820
Sleeps 8 to 10 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -10
01 Jan 201701/01/2017 06 Apr 201706/04/2017
€1,140
07 Apr 201707/04/2017 17 Apr 201717/04/2017
€1,430
18 Apr 201718/04/2017 30 Jun 201730/06/2017
€1,140
01 Jul 201701/07/2017 31 Aug 201731/08/2017
€1,430
01 Sep 201701/09/2017 23 Dec 201723/12/2017
€1,140
24 Dec 201724/12/2017 31 Dec 201731/12/2017
€1,430
Sleeps 8 to 10 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -10
01 Jan 201801/01/2018 22 Mar 201822/03/2018
€1,140
23 Mar 201823/03/2018 02 Apr 201802/04/2018
€1,820
03 Apr 201803/04/2018 30 Jun 201830/06/2018
€1,140
01 Jul 201801/07/2018 31 Aug 201831/08/2018
€1,820
01 Sep 201801/09/2018 23 Dec 201823/12/2018
€1,140
24 Dec 201824/12/2018 31 Dec 201831/12/2018
€1,820
Sleeps 8 to 10 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -10
01 Jan 201701/01/2017 06 Apr 201706/04/2017
£1,005
07 Apr 201707/04/2017 17 Apr 201717/04/2017
£1,261
18 Apr 201718/04/2017 30 Jun 201730/06/2017
£1,005
01 Jul 201701/07/2017 31 Aug 201731/08/2017
£1,261
01 Sep 201701/09/2017 23 Dec 201723/12/2017
£1,005
24 Dec 201724/12/2017 31 Dec 201731/12/2017
£1,261
Sleeps 8 to 10 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -10
01 Jan 201801/01/2018 22 Mar 201822/03/2018
£1,005
23 Mar 201823/03/2018 02 Apr 201802/04/2018
£1,605
03 Apr 201803/04/2018 30 Jun 201830/06/2018
£1,005
01 Jul 201801/07/2018 31 Aug 201831/08/2018
£1,605
01 Sep 201801/09/2018 23 Dec 201823/12/2018
£1,005
24 Dec 201824/12/2018 31 Dec 201831/12/2018
£1,605
Sleeps 8 to 10 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -10
01 Jan 201701/01/2017 06 Apr 201706/04/2017
$1,339
07 Apr 201707/04/2017 17 Apr 201717/04/2017
$1,680
18 Apr 201718/04/2017 30 Jun 201730/06/2017
$1,339
01 Jul 201701/07/2017 31 Aug 201731/08/2017
$1,680
01 Sep 201701/09/2017 23 Dec 201723/12/2017
$1,339
24 Dec 201724/12/2017 31 Dec 201731/12/2017
$1,680
Sleeps 8 to 10 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -10
01 Jan 201801/01/2018 22 Mar 201822/03/2018
$1,339
23 Mar 201823/03/2018 02 Apr 201802/04/2018
$2,138
03 Apr 201803/04/2018 30 Jun 201830/06/2018
$1,339
01 Jul 201801/07/2018 31 Aug 201831/08/2018
$2,138
01 Sep 201801/09/2018 23 Dec 201823/12/2018
$1,339
24 Dec 201824/12/2018 31 Dec 201831/12/2018
$2,138
Sleeps 8 to 10 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -10
01 Jan 201701/01/2017 06 Apr 201706/04/2017
AU$1,752
07 Apr 201707/04/2017 17 Apr 201717/04/2017
AU$2,198
18 Apr 201718/04/2017 30 Jun 201730/06/2017
AU$1,752
01 Jul 201701/07/2017 31 Aug 201731/08/2017
AU$2,198
01 Sep 201701/09/2017 23 Dec 201723/12/2017
AU$1,752
24 Dec 201724/12/2017 31 Dec 201731/12/2017
AU$2,198
Sleeps 8 to 10 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -10
01 Jan 201801/01/2018 22 Mar 201822/03/2018
AU$1,752
23 Mar 201823/03/2018 02 Apr 201802/04/2018
AU$2,797
03 Apr 201803/04/2018 30 Jun 201830/06/2018
AU$1,752
01 Jul 201801/07/2018 31 Aug 201831/08/2018
AU$2,797
01 Sep 201801/09/2018 23 Dec 201823/12/2018
AU$1,752
24 Dec 201824/12/2018 31 Dec 201831/12/2018
AU$2,797
Sleeps 8 to 10 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -10
01 Jan 201701/01/2017 06 Apr 201706/04/2017
CAD$1,723
07 Apr 201707/04/2017 17 Apr 201717/04/2017
CAD$2,162
18 Apr 201718/04/2017 30 Jun 201730/06/2017
CAD$1,723
01 Jul 201701/07/2017 31 Aug 201731/08/2017
CAD$2,162
01 Sep 201701/09/2017 23 Dec 201723/12/2017
CAD$1,723
24 Dec 201724/12/2017 31 Dec 201731/12/2017
CAD$2,162
Sleeps 8 to 10 people 
DatesPrice per week
FromTopax1 -10
01 Jan 201801/01/2018 22 Mar 201822/03/2018
CAD$1,723
23 Mar 201823/03/2018 02 Apr 201802/04/2018
CAD$2,751
03 Apr 201803/04/2018 30 Jun 201830/06/2018
CAD$1,723
01 Jul 201801/07/2018 31 Aug 201831/08/2018
CAD$2,751
01 Sep 201801/09/2018 23 Dec 201823/12/2018
CAD$1,723
24 Dec 201824/12/2018 31 Dec 201831/12/2018
CAD$2,751

Booking information for AC18

  • Normal check-in time: 5 pm – 10 pm; Normal check-out time: 10 am.

  • The cot is available on request and at an additional cost of 35€ per week.

Changeover day for AC18

  • The start and finish day has some flexibility.

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Booking information for AC18

  • Normal check-in time: 5 pm – 10 pm; Normal check-out time: 10 am.

  • Cot is available on request and at an additional cost of 35€ per week.

Changeover day for AC18

  • The start and finish day has some flexibility.

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YOUR REVIEWS

Hercu | May | 2017

Hi We loved the property and really enjoyed our time there. It is very well located in a nice and quiet area (if you occasionally shout at the neighbours dog!). The facilities is very good and the house is well equipped. It is also very roomy with plenty of space - we also loved the outdoor area and used that extensively. Couple of negatives - the beds need to be replaced. Most of the beds and mattresses are in a poor condition and must be replaced. Some of the linen (particularly the towels which are threadbare) must be replaced. It will be nice to have access to the back area through the kitchen - very nice views - but we could not find keys for the kitchen door (maybe just missed it). Other than a major issue with beds and linen - the house was very nice and if we are in the area we will definitely use it again. The booking process was also very easy and it was a pleasure working with Rustical - I only wish you had more properties in other areas of Spain. We tried booking self-catering places in Navarre and Aragon but the options were very limited (maybe an opportunity for Rustical to find properties in these areas!) Regards Hercu"

Rustical Update

The property manager has been informed about the beds and linen, and they will look into it if they need to be replaced.

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Peter | July | 2016

Pros Fantastic property, fantastic location. We were worried this property would be too big as it turned out it was perfect for a family of 5 we could really spread out and the children each had their own rooms, the free wi-fi was added bonus for our teenage sons as was the use of the pool at the nearby campsite for a few euros each. Best things we did here were as follows, Circular walk around valley not on roads from Villa to Lon with great lunch at Penas Arriba, dont be alarmed by big dogs barking in path they are just looking after sheep and goats, and can be passed quite safely. Evening meals in Potes mainly consisted of hearty Asturian stews. Picnic by the ancient chestnut forests of Pendes as suggested in your guide, and buying locally made cheese. Going up the Fuente De cable car then walking down on the 14km circular route, with amazing varied terrain and flora and fauna. Cons Nothing really just a few minor points. Quite a few light bulbs were not working particularly in the kitchen Toaster didn’t work Could do with an A4 folder containing info on property, with leaflets and ideas on what to see and do locally. Local tourist information offices are useless, they don’t display lots of leaflets for local attractions as you would find in a UK tourist office, so you need to know what you want to do and see before you go in, which is a bit difficult if you don’t know what is available! Garden wasn’t as private as expected as 3 sides were exposed due to low walls. It’s really a bit far for days at the beach as the road into Liebana is very windy and slow, you’re better off staying in the mountains and enjoying them. The Monday market in Potes was quite disappointing."

Rustical Update

We send local info on what to see and what to do. And, in our opinion, the trips to the beaches are worth it (if not on a daily basis), and so is the Monday market in Potes.

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Vikki | April | 2016

The Villa was a very impressive house with plenty of room. The balcony with hammocks had the most amazing view and makes the house quite unique. There was some confusion when we arrived as we were early and the lady at the Posada was unaware of our arrival and spoke no English which was interesting. We eventually got the key but would have been a nice touch if someone could have called around during the week to make sure we had found everything etc. It is very rural and was quite a surprise one day to come home to find cows in the field surrounding the house, shame about the cow bells! Saying that we loved how rural the area is. We enjoyed several walks - the track around Brez is to be recommended. We went on the cable car (although at the top it was snowing and we missed the view!), we visited the market and country show in Potes and enjoyed a meal at the Asador Llorente. We visited the El Soplao caves, and used the cross country route - it was a very long journey but the views were amazing and we enjoyed the caves, although there are no English tours. It is obviously an area enjoyed by the Spanish but we found very little spoken English so were heavily reliant on our dictionary! We visited the La Hermida Spa - around Euro 36 per person for a very enjoyable experience (swimming pool with lots of jacuzzi type features, open air natural spring and various saunas) although our visit was cut short as it shuts at 1pm for lunch (it would have been helpful to have known this before we set off!) Again we had a great lunch at the hotel. Eating out at night wasn't an option because the restaurants don't open till 8pm and it was too late for our daughter. All in all a very enjoyable week in a very different environment."

Rustical Update

We have updated our local information to include that the Spa in La Hermida closes for lunch.

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Marion | August | 2015

Great location, close to Potes (walking distance at a push!) Superb garden with fruit trees, apples and Pears and a huge walnut tree currently all in fruit. Very picturesque, easy walk to local bar. Great restaurants in Potes. The award winning butcher in Potes was brilliant as was the restaurant next door to him! Well equipped kitchen, with sufficient crockery, utensils and cutlery, great for the family that did all the cooking. Lots of garden furniture, good patio with tables and chairs for all, great for lazy lunches! Large comfy lounge with good seating for all. Lots of hot water, clean and good bedrooms, all very comfortable. Only one criticism, no cd layer or alternative music supply"

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Paul | August | 2014

hi! we had an amazing holiday. everything was perfect with the house, and the local guide was excellent and well researched. we will definately use rustical travel again. thanks!"

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Weichu | September | 2013

It is a wonderful stonehouse in a beautiful setting ! It is spacious , warm and comfortable , tryely a home away from home ! We enjoyed spending time sitting on the front porch just to watch the changing of lights on the peaks morning and evening , absolutely stunning ! We wouldn't mind going back for a return visit in the future ! Highly recommended ! Thank you Rustical Travel for your detailed local information and instructions on how to get there ! You have been most helpful !"

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Sarah | July | 2013

The house and setting were absolutely fantastic. We were nine people at one point and found that there was plenty of room for us all, there was plenty of crockery, cutlery etc, although the glasses were a bit of a mixture and could do with replenishing. Some more comfortable garden loungers would have been appreciated as they only supplied two! All in all I would very much recommend the above property as we thought the setting and views could not be beaten and we also found it good value. We would definitely go again."

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