Located in the Basaburua valley, this traditional, 18th century country house from Navarra has been restored into a charming little hotel.
The façade combines white plastered walls, stone and wood. The rooms reflect the aesthetics of the surrounding countryside, comprising exposed wooden beams, oak furnishings and flooring with feather duvets, latex mattresses and cotton bed linen. The light-flooded dining room, where breakfast is served, has a wooden balcony with outstanding valley views (as do some of the rooms).
The hotel is accessed along a 1 km long, paved path that crosses a beech and oak forest (Bosque de Beruete); a magic place that leads to the cider houses. Here one can admire the local craftsmanship and traditions, and discover the legends surrounding the dolmen dotted forest.