I recently walked the 'Ruta Lebaniega' pilgrimage in northern Spain and turned up here at 10pm and left the next morning after breakfast. What a lovely place. I would happily have spent a weekend there with family/friends. After walking for 8 hours i was happy to find any roof over my head at. that time but this place is really charming. A great combination of traditional with a modern touch. The breakfast was first rate with local specialities and the salad with local cheese I had for dinner was memorable. The service is good and the price fine.
I would only comment that it is one of very few places on this 2-3 day pilgrimage hiking trail and it would be a nice gesture to offer a lower price to pilgrims, who are often on very tight budgets. As the newly remarked route becomes more popular it could also be a good business move for otherwise quiet days!
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- This traditional Cantabrian stone and wood house has a beautiful rural setting by the Nansa River. The property has free WiFi and a free private parking for guests. Each of the rooms at the Casona del Nansa has a unique design. All make good use of natural materials. They come with a TV, a work desk and a bathroom, some of them with hydromassage bath or Jacuzzi. The Casona has a bar, and a restaurant serving traditional dishes for lunch and dinner, upon prior reservation. Guests can also enjoy a variety of drinks on the terrace. It is only a 10-minute drive from the El Soplao Cave and a from the beaches. The Picos de Europa are 30 minutes drive from the Casona and the city of Santander is 30 miles away. ... more less
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