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Xuegu La Bola, Cantabria and Asturias

Ceceda | Ref: CEC3 | Bedrooms: 2 | Sleeps: 4

Exceptionally pretty village setting with two popular restaurants, great for mountains and sea.

This typical C18th Asturian village house in the picturesque village of Ceceda, has been lovingly restored and decorated by its helpful and friendly owners. Its beautiful balcony alone offers a unique opportunity to watch life as it passes by in one of the village's prettiest squares.

Furnished in rustic style, in keeping with the house, it is comfortable, cosy and inviting and with central heating a good choice for out of season holidays.

With two very good traditional and interesting restaurants and cider bars on your doorstep, fishing ports and beaches within an easy drive and Los Picos de Europa nearby, you couldn't be better placed for exploring this part of Asturias.

Accommodation Description

A narrow front porch leads to the front door of this detached village house. The door opens into a large comfortable sitting room with exposed beamed ceilings, stone walls and rustic tiled floor. To the left is the kitchen with its dining area.

Up the wooden stairs are two bedrooms, the bathroom and a loft with additional sleeping space for one. Off the upstairs landing and both bedrooms, is a large balcony which is irresistable for sitting out and watching village life.

Reg No. CA-AS 115


Bedroom Details:1 dbl (135cm); 1 twin
Sleeps:4
Bathrooms:1; (1 bathroom)
Beach: 22km
Nearest Shop: Nava or Infiesto 15 minutes away.
Bars/Restaurants: 2 restaurants and 3 bars in Ceceda.
Nearest Airport: Aviles (50km)
Nearest Ferryport: Santander (150km)

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Booking Seasons
Peak 22 Jul - 13 Aug £730
High Easter; 15-21 Jul; 14-31 Aug £700
Mid 1-15 Jul; 1 - 15 Sep £650
Low Rest of year £600
Options:
This property has the following options
(NB 'short breaks' and 'small party' offers not available in high season)

Self Catering Holiday (min 7 nights)
Short break (4 to 6 nights)

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Ceceda

Ceceda, perched on a hill with lovely views of the valley and the hills of Penamayor beyond, is one of the prettiest villages in Asturias with some fine examples of traditional architecture.
In the heart of the cider region it has several bars and two very good restaurants, Casa Colo and Casa Josefina where you can sample traditional Asturian cuisine at its best.

There are no shops in the village, but bread vans and mobile vans come and the town of Nava, at six kilometres has all you need.

A short drive will get you down to the sea and wonderful beaches at Villaviciosa or into the Picos de Europa starting with Arriondas, where there are a host of sporting activities on offer.

The village fiesta is held on July 14th and 15th. The traditional festive medieval market, Mercau Astur, takes place by the church on July 28th-29th.

Local Activities

  • Local walking. Signposted paths from Ceceda. Walk along the "Foces del Rio Pendon" or up to the "Macizo de Pena Mayor".
  • Horse riding in Infiesto.
  • Kayaking, canoeing & mountain activities in Arriondas.
  • Trout fishing (with a licence) in the local rivers.
  • Fantastic beaches of Playa Rodiles and others in just over half an hour.
  • Dinosaur museum in Colunga
  • Cider museum in Nava
  • Mining museum at El Entrego.
  • Swimming within walking distance in the river below Ceceda.
  • Take the FEVE narrow gauge railway (station below village) to the historic city of Oviedo or in the opposite direction to the fishing port of Llanes.
  • Visit the nearby Picos de Europa.
  • Enjoy the local gastronomy - there are two very good restaurants in the village serving traditional Asturian dishes with a loving touch!
  • Join the locals at the local cider bars.

Holiday Ideas near Ceceda

Fishing in Asturias
Fishing in Asturias
Comillas
Comillas
San Vicente de la Barquera
San Vicente de la Barquera
Santillana del Mar
Santillana del Mar
Cabarceno wildlife park
Cabarceno wildlife park
Santillana Zoo
Santillana Zoo
Easter surf
Easter surf
Bilbao - Surf & the City
Bilbao - Surf & the City
Bilbao
Bilbao
Santander
Santander
Oviedo
Oviedo
Potes
Potes
Llanes
Llanes
Picos de Europa
Picos de Europa
Carmona
Carmona
Cabezon de la Sal
Cabezon de la Sal
Barcena Mayor
Barcena Mayor
Beaches of Western Cantabria
Beaches of Western Cantabria
Rambling in coastal Cantabria
Rambling in coastal Cantabria
Castro Urdiales
Castro Urdiales
National Park of Somiedo
National Park of Somiedo
Asturian cider houses
Asturian cider houses
La Ruta del Cares
La Ruta del Cares
Lagos de Covadonga
Lagos de Covadonga
Lastres
Lastres
Beaches of Western Asturias
Beaches of Western Asturias
Valle del Pas
Valle del Pas
Prellezo beach
Prellezo beach
Comillas beach
Comillas beach
Cudillero
Cudillero
Luarca
Luarca
Cowboy Country!
Cowboy Country!
Valles de Asón y Miera
Valles de Asón y Miera
East Cantabria coast
East Cantabria coast
Canoe the Sella and Deva
Canoe the Sella and Deva
Oysters galore in San Vicente
Oysters galore in San Vicente
Cobreces beach
Cobreces beach
Playa de Ajo
Playa de Ajo
Beaches of the Dinosaur Coast
Beaches of the Dinosaur Coast
Oyambre beach
Oyambre beach
The Spanish Cornwall?
The Spanish Cornwall?

Getting There

Coastal Cantabria & Asturias region has excellent access by air and sea:

Flights:
Stansted to Bilbao with Easyjet or Santander with Ryanair;
Gatwick to Bilbao or Oviedo with Vueling (BA).
Manchester to Bilbao with Easyjet;
Bristol to Bilbao with Easyjet;
Edinburgh to Santander with Ryanair or Bilbao with Easyjet;
Dublin to Santander with Ryanair or Bilbao with Aer Lingus.

NB Flights are not included but we can advise on routes and timetables

Ferries: Plymouth or Portsmouth to Santander or Bilbao – 7 sailings weekly. Ireland to North Spain - 2 sailings a week.
We can include the ferry crossings as part of the package

Getting Around

If travelling by air we recommend renting a hire car to make the most out of your visit to the area. If you prefer to use public transport please consult our expert staff for advice on which properties are more suitable.

If coming on the ferry you will use your own vehicle - we recommend that you ensure that insurance and breakdown cover are in place. For full advice on how to prepare the vehicle etc see the Brittany Ferries website

In either case we will provide full instructions to arrive at your holiday accommodation, complete with GPS co-ordinates.

Reviews of this property

Read our clients' independent reviews

"We stayed in a small cottage in a lovely peaceful village in the Asturian countryside. A nice relaxing break away from the hustle and bustle of life." (Client 2018)

"The owner was lovely & very helpful." (Client 2018)