Former fishermens' cottages where the nets were made and repaired, this gem of a hotel, right on the dramatic coastline of Western Asturias, in the picturesque port of Puerto de Vega, was converted with a loving and artistic eye by its owner, Milagros.

With a nautical theme throughout and all its stylish, individually decorated bedrooms with sea views, her magic touch has created a museum piece almost, but with every modern comfort and detail in mind.

The cosy fireplace in the beautiful living room, in cooler months, invites, whilst the garden is a delight to be in in warmer weather.

The friendly and relaxing atmosphere, the warmth of Milagros and her staff and her delicious breakfasts with home-made and locally sourced products, will ensure that you will feel that desired "sea of sensations", making your stay a truly memorable one.

Just a five minute walk from the hotel, you have an excellent choice of good fish and seafood restaurants and bars in quirky and interesting Puerto de Vega. Further afield, you also have the gastronomic delights of the larger ports of Luarca and Navia.

For the energetic there is a bracing coastal walk along the cliffs and the beautiful, unspoilt beach of Playa Frexulfe, is under two kilometres away.

Accommodation

There are nine, individually decorated bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms and all named after a different fish. They have wood floors, beamed ceilings and are a mixture of stone and painted walls. They are spread over three floors and all have sea views.
Four of the bedrooms are "special" (three deluxe and one premium) doubles with a jacuzzi for two people as well as a shower unit in the bathrooms. Two of these special rooms have glass fronted galleries and another one is on the ground floor with its own porch and access to the garden.
These rooms have double beds (ranging in size from 150 -180cms), a sofa, a desk and chair and other seating. They all have a flat screen T.V., DVD and films, a telephone, a hairdryer, a minibar, a microwave and coffee maker. Four of the other rooms are standard doubles, three with double beds (sizes ranging between 150 -180 cms) and one with twin beds. They have a desk and chair and an easy chair, a flat screen T.V., D.V.D. with films, a telephone, a hairdryer, a minibar and a microwave.
There is also one superior double room which has the same facilities as the standard doubles, but is larger and has a jacuzzi for one in the bathroom.

Hotel Features

Magnificent coastal setting with dramatic sea views
Cliff-top walking trail straight from the door
Puerto de Vega, fishing port with restaurants within a short walk
Garden and terrace
Large sitting room with an open fireplace and a small cafeteria for clients' use only and a breakfast room.
Please note there is no lift but staff will be happy to help with your luggage
Parking is in the grounds.

Restaurant

The hotel has a breakfast room where a delicious and hearty buffet breakfast is served. All of the cakes and pastries are home-made and the other products locally sourced. Eggs, cooked to your liking, are included.
Though the restaurant itself does not serve other meals, Puerto de Vega has a very good choice (considering its size) of bars/restaurants with fish and seafood as their specialities. These are a five minute walk and are open every day except Mondays and after festival days).

Hotel Facilities

WiFi all areas
Spacious Grounds
Garden/Patio/Terrace
No smoking in hotel
Luggage storage
Laundry Service

Parking

On-site parking (free)
On-street parking

Puerto de Vega, North Spain

Between the larger and more imposing fishing ports of Luarca and Navia in Western Asturias, lies picturesque Puerto de Vega with its “lonja” and “cofradia de pescadores”, where the fish comes in and is sold every day. Its narrow cobbled streets and fishermen’s cottages are unspoilt by tourism.

Whaling was once the mainstay of the inhabitants of this village; now the main catch is tuna which you can sample along with all kinds of delicious regional dishes at the local restaurants.Beautiful beaches for swimming and surfing.

  • Feast on fish and seafood at the local restaurants.
  • Coastal walks
  • Horseback riding in neaby Lamuño.
  • 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 and 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.