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#4 of 4 B&Bs / Inns in Sobrescobio Municipality
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Family run Bed and Breakfast in a rural village in the hills of Northern Spain.This beautiful house recently and elegantly restored makes a perfect base for an outdoor activity holiday.
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sorenlorensen72 wrote a review Aug 2017
Peterborough, United Kingdom5 contributions2 helpful votes
We stayed in Rachel and Leon's house for two weeks in July-August 2016 and had a fabulous time. The house is comfortable, airy and relaxing - it has been beautifully restored and is in the perfect location by the river in Soto de Agues. We did a lot of walking while we were in Soto - from the Ruta de Alba to some more challenging walks such as the Picu de la Xamoca, Ruta del Cuyargayos and Collada de Isornu - and the house is the perfect base to come back to after a long day in the hills, with a peaceful garden where you can sit with a glass of wine and watch the lizards. Soto itself is a fascinating village. As a previous reviewer has said, you do need to know some Spanish, but you do get a real feeling of being miles away from the tourist track and in the heart of an undiscovered bit of Spain. There are friendly restaurants, shops in nearby Rioseco and a weekly market in Ladines. All in all, a wonderful place to stay if you want to go somewhere completely different!
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Date of stay: September 2016
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Andrewt-hk wrote a review Feb 2017
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I stayed for 9 days in July 2016. Beautiful house with lots of original features lovingly restored but also with all the modern comforts. In a quiet local village with several good restaurants. I used it as a base for some great road cycling, both around the house but also the W Picos and west to angliru/corbetoria etc.
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Date of stay: July 2016Trip type: Travelled solo
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kelvin621 wrote a review Jan 2017
Peterborough, United Kingdom1 contribution
La Casa Ingles is a delightful base for enjoying one of Spain's most picturesque regions, whether you just want to relax and enjoy Soto's unique charm or be more adventurous and explore the outstanding walking that the area has to offer. The house is every bit as delightful as the photographs show, with tremendous character and a tranquil location. Once you've enjoyed relaxing on the balcony overlooking the river, you may not ever want to venture out! But when you do you will find lots to explore and friendly people. Be aware that this is the real Spain; you will need some skill in Spanish to get the most out of your stay. But that's half the fun! Kelvin & Caroline - The Stilton Stumblers - 2016
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Date of stay: October 2016
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Paul L wrote a review Oct 2015
Lymm, United Kingdom16 contributions4 helpful votes
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This is a truly fabulous B&B with all the modern comforts set in a stunning rural location. The hosts are a lovely middle-class english couple who couldn't have been more helpful. Being fully bilingual they helped us book tables at the many excellent restaurants a few minutes walk from the property and even helped when I lost a bank card in a local ATM. The local walks are stunning, and can cater for all different standards, as we had our kids with us we did some easier one's, but there looked to be some really challenging walks for the more experienced. Out hosts also directed us to a local outdoor swimming pool, about a 5 minute drive away, it felt like swimming outdoor in the middle of the Alps. The accommodation was ideal for 2 adults and 2 kids, with the children having their own room, breakfast was excellent with fresh local produce (I think the figs came from the neighbours tree!). The balcony outside the bedroom had some of the best views I have ever experienced. This place would be ideal for both cyclists on tour in the area, and especially those looking to experience a minfulness experience. We were on a family holiday touring the north-coast of Spain and took the chance of an inland trip. All I can say to those thinking about it is just do it. The scenery and the unspoilt environment gives you a taste of real Spain. Whilst the village feels remote, it is actually not really a difficult trip to the main coast road (just make sure you have an updated sat-nav!)
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Date of stay: August 2015
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Responded 25 Jan 2016
Paul L, Thank you for the lovely words. It was great to have you and your family to stay. I hope you're all having a great winter. I hope to see you in this part of Spain again. Rachel
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LogieBaird wrote a review Jul 2013
Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom75 contributions29 helpful votes
We have now spent 2 wonderful short breaks in Asturias and done some superb walks. Squeezy fly into Asturias from Stansted at a very civilised hour - 11-ish in the morning - and the local cab company gets us to Soto d'Agues in about an hour. By early afternoon we're already settled into Rachel and Leon's beautifully restored house in the heart of the village and ready to walk. The last time we were there was last month (June 2013) when the good weather had arrived along with all the flowers and wildlife. Plenty of gorgeous walks - the Gorge walk which starts in the village, and several longer walks right into the proper grown-up mountains with absolutely breathtaking views - were complemented by glorious local food in Soto's local cafes/restaurants. I can't believe such a tiny village has quite so many superb places to eat. At night we fell asleep to the sound of the stream gurgling past below our balcony, and in the mornings were greeted by Rachel's sumptuous breakfasts which we ate outside admiring the views. The B&B is set up to provide "total immersion" in the British language and culture for Spanish guests who are studying English as a foreign Language. (Rachel teaches EFL) It's such a glorious place, though, that I thoroughly recommend it as a place to stay for those who don't want to learn English - though if you fancy learning Spanish, Rachel is only to happy to organise it with her Spanish teacher colleagues. rachel@inglesenasturias.com will find her - website English in Asturias Enjoy!
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Date of stay: June 2013
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Frequently Asked Questions about Casa Inglesa
Which popular attractions are close to Casa Inglesa?
Nearby attractions include Parque Natural de Redes (0.3 km) and La Lluna Cerámica (6.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Casa Inglesa?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Casa Inglesa?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Casa Inglesa?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Casa Inglesa?
Conveniently located restaurants include Taberna La Campa, Complejo Turistico L'Oteru, and Tierra del Agua Restaurante.