Caserío San Pedro is an authentic 18th century Asturian farmhouse, which 20 years ago abandoned its farming activity to become one of the first rural tourism accommodation in the area of Llanes.
It is part of a farming farm of more than 40 hectares where you can enjoy the tranquillity, rest and sound of birds in the mornings. The ideal place to isolate yourself from noise and haste.
It has 2 “horreos” (traditional granaries), a chapel (declared an Asset of Cultural Interest and dedicated to San Pedro), a cider cage, and large green lawn areas with playgrounds for children and fruit trees.
In addition, we have our own forest, with autochthonous trees, through which it is a pleasure to walk at any time of the year.
The Country houses Caserío San Pedro
El Caserío has 2 country houses for vacation rental: one for 6 people and the other for double rooms with breakfast, as well as the possibility of renting it for 8 people.
Both houses have excellent views to the gorge of the river of the Cabras, to the mountain range of Cuéra and to the valley of Caldueño.
It is very close to the Picos de Europa. The distances from the Caserío to the best known points are:
From our houses, without the need of driving, or travelling a short distance by car, there are countless paths for walking and discovering corners, listening to the shearers or madmen, the trills of cuckoos, blackbirds, robins, thrushes and nightingales.
The water is always present, like fountains, small streams or torrents that are born between the rocks.
Even on the hottest summer days it is possible to walk under the shade of native trees: holm oaks, oaks and centenary chestnut trees. Their changes of colours with the different seasons of the year will do that your walks by the same footpath, allow you to enjoy a different landscape: intense green in spring and summer. Red, yellow and ochre when autumn arrives.
In our surroundings you will be able to enjoy beautiful examples of walnut, hazelnut, apple and cherry trees; holly, birch and alder trees; they live harmoniously with boxwood, heather, blackberry, tojos and, of course, a large number of edible mushrooms that make our area of those who enjoy mycology.