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Reviewed 7 July 2016

A beautifully restored stone house in a tranquil green area. The upstairs porch is perfect for kicking back with a book, listening to the cowbells and the little train passing in the valley below. Nice, family-run place.
Breakfast was simple, but outstanding, made so by locally produced honey, apple butter, and shortbread... delicious!
Only downsides were how difficult it was to find initially, and sharing the quiet area with a paintball range -- the oldest one in Asturias. The players stayed in the nearby woods, but the "gunfire," screams and shouts were still all too present for someone who's lived through the real thing.
I will go back, but I'll be sure to ask if a paintball game is scheduled for the same time.

  • Stayed: July 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Rebrites
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Reviewed 24 July 2015

My wife and I could only stay here for one night, but we vow to return to spend more time here! Kiki (probably spelt incorrectly, sorry) and his wife Cecilia were the most amazing hosts imaginable. We felt like we were visiting long time friends rather than checking into a hotel. On arrival in the evening they treated us to an amazing meal and delicious local apple cider (both great value for money), followed by a beautiful breakfast at checkout. The hotel is very historic (original building dates back to the 12th century), however the interior is renovated and modern. Comfy bed. Beautiful rural views. They also pointed us in the direction of some amazing caves with some incredible 20,000 year old art on the walls. If this is your thing try and book ahead to avoid missing out on this as it's only open for a limited time each year.

  • Stayed: July 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank man-vs-wave
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Reviewed 20 July 2015

We stayed in this hotel for three nights and wished we could have stayed longer. The hotel is a traditional stone building that has been superbly changed into a hotel. The greeting from the owner and his wife was extremely welcoming and made us feel very much at home. The rooms are well appointed and extremely clean - a good breakfast can be taken in the breakfast room or outside. The hotel is situated in beautiful rural surroundings and the coast can be easily reached. The owner was extremely knowledgeable about the area and gave us many tips on where to go, taking the trouble to mark them on a map for us. We did not think we had been to another hotel where we were so well looked after. A must if you are visiting the area.

Room Tip: All rooms seem to be good.
  • Stayed: July 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank satchell37
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Reviewed 3 May 2014

We recently spent 3 days in Casona Cuervo and would recommend it to everyone. The host is very welcoming / speaks perfect English and is a genuine tourist information center on his own. The place is really well located to explore the many attractions in Asturias - ask the host and you are sure to go to the right places.
They serve an honest dinner and a great breakfast - Rooms are more than OK and the view from the room is marvelous
A place to come back to and surely to recommend to friends

  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank Bart V
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Reviewed 4 July 2013

We just returned from a short stay at Casona del Cuervo, a delightful small hotel in San Tirso, Asturias, North of Spain. It has been an excellent experience and we have promised ourselves to come back next summer. We wish to continue discovering old tiny villages of the area and to enjoy the peace of the hotel and the beauty of its fields for a longer period.

The hotel is charming, cozy and squeaky clean. It is located in an ancient stone building of traditional local architecture. A very solid construction, complete with its own tiny chapel on a hill, among green valleys and mountains. It has been simply but beautifully decorated, respecting the flavor of rural Asturias while feeding the needs for modern day comforts and technologies. Super comfortable beds, good reading nightstand lamps, fast wireless Internet connection, good phone connectivity.

They provide breakfast, that is presented buffet style, in a bright sunroom with views over the valley. The homemade cake and cookies were delicious. Any special request is also provided (i.e.: lactose free or soy milk)

We traveled with 4 children, ages 14,13,12 and 11. There was plenty of hikes and paths to take without leaving the property. The hotel offers Paintball instruction in English and in Spanish. The "wars" take place outdoors, either in the open hay fields or in the surrounding wooden areas. We booked a session and the children loved it.

Enrique Casares, owner and operator of the hotel, goes beyond any expectations that one could wish his host to meet. He is polite, cultivated, enthusiastic, and discrete. He made us feel at home at all times, and offered great advice and information for all sort of activities, visits and day trips. He took our children to pet his horses, show them "secret" paths to the river, played
paintball with them and delighted us all.

We were told that it is possible to have dinner at the hotel, ordering in advance. We did not have the opportunity to try, but, if we had to judge by the homemade pastries at breakfast, their cook must definitely be pretty good.

Room Tip: Every one of the 17 rooms of this hotel is different. Most of them have pretty views. We had rooms 7, 13, and 14. Rooms 7 has a fantastic roofed terrace furnished with couches in which to read, rest and enjoy the views, peace and quiet.
  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled with family
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Thank Karin S
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