About This Listing
Price of habitacion double 35€, habitacion individual 25€, extra bed 10€.
Casa Druna is located in one of Spain's most unpopulated regions. Surrounded by lush beech and oak tree forests and vegetation unique to the north of Spain. At only 3km. you can bathe in the Ebro Reservoir and sunbathe on its sandy beaches. This reservoir is a stop for all kinds of birds on their way to Africa from the North of Europe. A must see spectacle.
In the forests, around the reservoir and in the surrounding areas you might bump into roe deer, wild boar, otter, fox, woodpeckers, kites, owls, wolves (very unlikely), and will see packs of horses and cattle.
Autumn is the mushroom season! You can find a wide variety of edible mushrooms.
Las Merindades geography is composed of lakes, waterfalls, caves, historical and natural monuments, including prehistoric sites, paintings and Roman and Romanesque villas.
For the active minded, there are lots of opportunities to inmerse in any of the water sports offered by local companies. Those include, kayaking, canoeing, kite surfing, rafting, sailing, windsurfing, etc.
The closest airports are Santander International Airport (80km), Burgos International Airport (100km) and Bilbao International Airport (130km.). The interprovince coaches run daily from Santander, Bilbao, Burgos City and Madrid. The nearest stop is 13km. from our village and we can arrange to pick you up.
* Highlighted characteristics: pets allowed.
* Inside: dining room, DVD or video, fireplace, heating, Hi-fi, kitchen, library, lounge, microwave, selection of games, shared bathroom, television, washing machine.
* Languages: English, French, Italian, Spanish.
* Outside: barbecue, garden, garden furniture.
* Services: breakfast available, Vegan and Vegetarian breakfasts also served, cot available, information about the area, laundry service, local products on sale.
* Situation: close to the beach, mountains, quite central, signposted, tarmac entrance.
2 double rooms : with a shared bathroom
2 twin rooms : with a shared bathroom
The place of Marta was beautiful! Unfortunately, we were not able to meet Marta, but her parents are wonderful. They made sure that we were settled in and they helped us with everything that we needed.
Her mom is such a nice person to talk to and she was very helpful withe everything that we needed. My brother and i did not have a car going there, but marta and her parents helped us get to their place even if it they did not have to.
Her father even brought my brother and i to the train station the day after and even showed us around for a bit because we still had time. They are such kind and generous people!
The place is great and the beds were very very comfortable and the house is so very clean! There were also complete amenities that we were able to use.
Their description of the place is very accurate. We would come back here again if we can in the future! Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful place with us Marta!
Marta es una anfitriona 5 estrellas. Muy simpática,pudimos "molestarla" con nuestras preguntas a cualquier hora,nos indicó rutas que hacer y qué ver y resultaron ser impresionantes. Muy recomendable...y luego el lugar es maravilloso para quienes nos gusta el turismo rural.
Os lo recomendamos mucho!!!!
Una fantástica estancia. Marta es una chica maravillosa. Mientras estuvimos alli nos trato de fábula, explicándonos los servicios de la zona, rutas, etc. dando un trato muy cercano y agradable.
En cuanto a la casa, la habitación muy comoda y cálida. Además, la zona es muy bonita.
Son duda, volveríamos a repetir.
Martha owns this small country B&B in a very beautiful part of Spain. We spent three days there and loved it. Martha is a very interesting lady and so is the wondreful coutryside where she lives.
Staying with Marta at her beautiful home was a fantastic experience. Marta is lovely (we love you Marta) and she was everything you could want in a hostess, friendly, generous, kind, accommodating, the list goes on. We were so impressed by the area, it is incredibly beautiful, feels untouched and without the drawbacks of a place with mass tourism. I think our idea of paradise looks a lot like this! If you go, you certainly won't regret it, we can't wait to come back and spend more time.
Casa Druna is een heel leuke vakantiewoning om veel plezier te hebben. De omgeving is heel kalm
maar toch veel mogelijkheden om verschillende activiteiten te doen. Marta kent perfect de streek en kan je dus
alles vertellen om de streek te ontdekken.
Het ontbijt is heel lekker met o.a. zelfgebakken brood, confituur enz ...
Het is een aanrader voor iedereen die een onbekend en prachtig gebied in Spanje wil bezoeken.
Wij komen zeker nog eens terug.
Een dikke proficiat aan Marta en doe zo verder.
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About the Host, Marta
MARTA ( Norte de Burgos ) Santa Gadea de Alfoz
Desde adolescente me inquietaba el comportamiento de los demás seres animales por lo que comencé a interesarme por la etologia, la zoología evolutiva y la psicología .
A los 18 años me fui a estudiar a la Facultad de Veterinaria de León también aquí seguí jugando a baloncesto .
Me gradué como Veterinaria especialista en Producción Animal , justamente estudié esta especialidad por ser la que menos me gustaba pero la que mas me preocupaba.
Hice cursos y asistí a varios congresos sobre cetáceos , pero decidí trabajar en tierra firme .
He pasado 10 años trabajando como veterinaria clínica rural para ganadería extensiva de vacuno y equino. Con estos años de experiencia y tras dar a luz a mi hija Sofia en 2005 , decidí hacer lo que siempre quise, luchar por la defensa y libertad de los demás animales no humanos .
Junto con otros compañeros de profesión hemos creado la primera asociación del mundo de veterinarios abolicionistas de la tauromaquia (AVAT).
MARTA (Norte de Burgos) Santa Gadea of Alfoz
From adolescent behavior bothered me other living animals so I became interested in ethology, zoology and evolutionary psychology.
At 18 I went to study at the Faculty of Veterinary Leon also kept playing basketball here.
I graduated as a Veterinary Specialist in Animal Production, just studied this specialty because it's my least favorite but the one I was worried.
I attended several courses and conferences on cetaceans, but I decided to work on the mainland.
I spent 10 years working as a veterinary clinic for rural ranching cattle and horses. With years of experience and after giving birth to my daughter Sofia in 2005, I decided to do what I always wanted, to fight for the defense and freedom of other nonhuman animals.
Along with other colleagues have created the world's first association of veterinarians abolitionists of bullfighting (AVAT).