"Mama, I've arrived in Cudillero, look" (I sent a photo of the Casa Vieja del Sastre facade). "A fairy-tale son tale, a fairy-tale." Well, that tells you a little about this little hotels strength. Care taken up to the smallest detail, guarding a really curious history on its interior.
That of Casa Vieja del Sastre (Old House of the Tailor) is not just any old name, when you go do not forget to ask the owners to tell you the story in question. It goes back many years.
I get into the hotel’s club (rural) of three stars that deserves more. The room I got was amazing, like the whole hotel care was taken up until the last detail. As you walk along the halls you'll find charming details.
My favourites? The sewing machines, no doubt. Followed by my room, I cannot forget that it had a sort of patio-terrace with a beautiful chair and views typical of Asturias.
The hotel is surrounded by "Asturias in its purest state". It belongs to Soto de Luiña (Cudillero municipality). Very close by you have Cape Vidio, one of the most impressive cliffs in Spain. And of course, the town of Cudillero, to me of the most beautiful in the country. My trip was express, so I cannot tell you much more. I hope to return soon and enjoy occidental Asturias as it deserves.
I recommend this as a good choice if you're with a group of friends or family. It's great, spacious but cozy, with a huge garden, with bikes and children's strollers to get around. The beach is just 2 km away...