Casa Quirós is a picture-book pretty, traditional stone-built Asturian house that has been recently renovated to a high standard.
Owned by the authors of the recent Roca Verde climbing guidebook the south facing house sleeps five in a twin, double room and single room. Casa Quirós is situated in Aciera, a picturesque traditional Asturian village, in the heart of the parque natural de Las Ubiñas-La Mesa. Surrounded by beautiful peaks and passes the area is perfect for all types of outdoor activity including; climbing, road biking, mountain biking, trail running, hiking, fishing and birdwatching.
A great spot for climbers, Casa Quirós is just underneath one of the best crags in Asturias, Quirós, which has nearly 300 sports routes spread over 22 sectors. Teverga, another huge climbing area, with nearly 500 routes, is only 15 minutes drive. The bonus being this is one of the few parts of Spain where summer cragging is possible as the temperatures stay much more reasonable.
“Aciera is the rural village idyll where the 10 cows outnumber the cars. The stone walled cottage is charming and full of character. Stunning views, a very warm welcome and a fabulous location for climbing and walking. ” - Nicola and Roger, March 2015
If climbing’s not your thing (or your partner’s) then not to worry because the area has loads more to offer. The road and mountain biking, straight from the house, are both awesome. For littler legs the 45km long, mostly flat, Senda del Oso (bear path – yes, we even have bears!) wends its way along the foot of the valley beneath the village. There’s even kayaking on the reservoir just below the house.
Casa Quirós is available all year round and is generally rented on a week long basis Saturday to Saturday. High Season – £550 p/w - 15th June – 15th Sept. 13 April – 27 April. 25th May – 1st June. 26th Oct – 2nd Nov. 21st Dec – 4th Jan.
Offseason - £350 p/w – Any time outside the aforementioned dates.
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