Casa Salamir, Cantabria and AsturiasSalamir | Ref: SAL1 | Bedrooms: 3 | Sleeps: 6
Cosy country cottage with beautiful garden very near fantastic beaches
Very well maintained and well equipped, it is cosy, homely and very comfortable. It has a very recently fully fitted, stylish kitchen and two bathrooms as well as new laminate flooring and new solid wood doors.
A great place just to sit around and relax and read a book on the south facing terrace or for kids to play safely in the garden, it is welcoming to come back to after a day out on the beach or exploring.
With three fantastic beaches very nearby, one in the village itself (half an hour's walk), good opportunities for walking, cycling and horse riding, it provides all the ingredients for an active holiday. And for those seeking some culture, the cities of Aviles, Gijon and Oviedo are all within easy reach.
N.B. This property has WIFI and the owners will accept pets. It also has an alarm system.
Accommodation DescriptionElectronic front gate opens into the paved drive and 3000m2 of mature gardens, laid to lawn and with a patio area and BBQ.
Covered and paved, south facing terrace at the front of the house with garden furniture.
From this, the front door opens into the hall. Off hall is a large, open plan living room and a new fully fitted, very well equipped kitchen.
Off the hall are two bathrooms and three bedrooms (all twins).
|Bedroom Details:||1 twin, 1 twin, 1 twin|
|Bathrooms:||2; (Shwr. unit, W.C, washbasin and bidet. Shwr.unit, W.C. and washbasin )|
|Nearest Shop:||3km - Soto de Luina|
|Bars/Restaurants:||2km - Lamuno|
|Nearest Airport:||Aviles (21km)|
|Nearest Ferryport:||Santander (230km)|
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|High||Easter; July & August||£1580|
|Low||Rest of Year||£1530|
Christmas and main public holidays are charged at mid or high season rates.
This property has the following options
(NB 'short breaks' and 'small party' offers not available in high season)
Self Catering Holiday (min 7 nights)
Coastline at Salamir
In the village there is a lovely natural beach, Playa Oleiros, which can only be reached on foot and a pretty picnic spot in pine woods, Monte Valsera. Nearby are the beautiful beaches of Playa de San Pedro de Ribera and Playa de Concha de Artedo. There are also marked walking and cycling routes along the coast.
Although there are no facilities in the village, the bread van comes everyday and the village of Lamuno at two kilometres has a small shop selling basics and two bars, one of which is a simple, good value family run restaurant. There is also a stables in Lamuno that provide various horse-riding routes.
Supermarket, bars and restaurants and other facilities are found in Soto de Luina, just over three kilometres.
- Beautiful beaches for swimming and surfing.
- Horseback riding in nearby Lamuño.
- Walking trails around Cape Vidio.
- Numerous small local museums and Celtic ruins at Coana.
- Bird watching.
- Narrow gauge FEVE railway along the coast.
- Selgas Palace in Cudillero.
- Visit the nearby picturesque fishing ports of Cudillero, Luarca, Puerto de Vega, Viavelez, Ortiguera.
- Sightseeing and shopping in Aviles, Gijon and Oviedo.
- Explore inland - Paredes, where there are still local basket weavers, Malleza, known as "La Pequena Habana" and Taramundi, famous for its arts and crafts, particularly knives.
- Venture into neighbouring Galicia at Ribadeo, especially lively when the Wednesday market is on.
- Feast on fish and seafood at the local restaurants.
Holiday Ideas near Salamir
Coastal Cantabria & Asturias region has excellent access by air and sea:
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.
Please ask us for advice on ferry crossings, timetables and flexible start dates to fit with the crossings.
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.