The renovation of Casa Rural Riojanía has been based on respect for the original building, which has been almost completely achieved. This is mixed with contrasting furniture and careful lighting, making your stay in this rural house a real delight. The house used to be a livestock corral, similar to a sheepfold, and was built in the 17th century.
The Roca room is characterized by its immense rock wall and carefully chosen decoration and lighting that enhances sensory awakening, providing a state of well-being through the convergence of the finite and infinite. The original walnut and poplar wood beams, natural velvet headboard, viscoelastic mattresses, and linen in natural fabrics add to the charm of this room. Additionally, it features antique furniture and a desk in front of a large window overlooking the garden and the steep slopes of the mountain.
The Las Quebradas room is a charming room with rock and stone walls, an attic ceiling with antique beams, two 90 cm beds, a wardrobe, and bedside tables decorated with magazine covers from the 1930s, along with a baking table from the end of the 19th century.
The living room of Las Vigas stands out for its original structure, with an eternal living rock wall and unique framework of exposed beams. This is combined with contrasting furniture and careful lighting, all in a large, open-plan space where the living room, kitchen, and dining room are integrated.
The garden is integrated with nature, providing relaxing views of the mountains, village farmhouse, and old factories. In this calm space, you can enjoy a private garden.
The steep slopes on the way to the ravines make this stay a perfect place to rest and recharge your batteries. Enjoy the beautiful views of an area declared a Biosphere Reserve, with an important mountain bike route and cycle touring rings. You will experience the sounds of silence, the sounds of rutting, and the flight of eagles and vultures that nest in the mountains.