Splendid Asturian quintana composed of a 400 m2 mansion dating from late 19th and early 20th centuries (restoration pending), hay barn rehabilitated into two tourist apartments, on three levels, of 100m2 each and a storage shed (an old building where grain and various foods were stored) of six “pegollos” and about 100m2 in three heights fully restored and rehabilitated as tourist housing. The quintana is complemented by a huge farm of 2 and a half hectares that It is oriented to the south, as well as the house, the hay barn and the storage shed.
At the time it was a set architecture noted for its wealth and power, as can be seen in stairs, doors, skylights, galleries and carved wood….In fact, it is known as "La Casona de Sorriba", which indicated a superiority compared to the rest of the houses in the area. Its location is also part of its treasure.Just over 10 kilometers from the famous beaches of La Concha de Artedo, El Aguilar, San Pedro or the beach del Silencio….true jewels of the Asturian cornice.Another 10km from the capital of the council: Pravia, where we find a health center, banks, schools, and commercial establishments.Less than half an hour from Asturias airport, three quarters of an hour from the major capitals: Oviedo, Gijón and Aviles.Very close to the famous Teverga bear routes, and little more than the natural landscapes and lakes of the Somiedo National Park.
The western coast of Asturias, will soon be the one that will supplant in fame the eastern . Experts in landscape beauty such as Asturian professional photographers say that the coast that goes from Cabo Vidio to Cabo Bust is, without a doubt, the most beautiful in Asturias... And we can't forget either its local festivals such as the Xiringüelo de Pravia or the Ponte de Puentevega, all of them a stone's throw from our quintana.
La Casona de Sorriba offers several possibilities of exploitation. From a set of houses of different styles and sizes for rural tourism, small country hotel. From a private home for a large family to a group of apartments for a group of friendly couples…And of course it also can become an equestrian center, excursions, courses...
Link to article in National Geographic about Asturias, Spain.