We are aware of the condition of the access road to the hotel and we apologize. Unfortunately, it is a public road and is therefore beyond our control.
The hotel only has enough space to park all guests cars only if the cars are parked between the white lines. Please try and respect this
Welcome to Hotel Torrecerredo
We hope you enjoy your stay with us. All the staff work to try and make your stay as pleasant as possible.
Wifi should be available and free in all areas of the hotel.
Reception Bar and Terrace 9:00 to 24:00
In the reception area, you can ask for a hairdryer, maps, walking sticks, or socket adapters, as well as information on different activities. In the bar, we have a small library where you can find various guide books.
We would like to remind you to take your room keys with you if you plan to stay out after 24:00 since the reception will be closed.
If you are planning on departing before 09:00, please settle your bill the previous evening
Breakfast Buffet 07:30 – 09:30
Our dining room is situated on the ground floor, facing the village side of the hotel.
We offer a selection of breakfast items including fruit juices, cereals, cold meats, cheeses, sponge cakes, fresh fruit, and eggs cooked to order (such as omelettes, scrambled, fried, or poached)
Dinner 19:30 to 21:30
Our dining room is located on the ground floor facing the village side of the hotel.
Our menu consists of an appetizer, first course, a choice of vegetarian, fish, or meat course, and a dessert. Water is included, but other drinks are available for purchase separately. You can find the daily menu options at the reception desk. Since our meals are cooked fresh daily, we kindly request that you select your menu choice in the morning to avoid unnecessary wastage. If you’ve just checked in, please inform us as soon as possible if you intend to dine in.
Children’s menus are available upon request.
Please let us know in advance if you have any special dietary requirements.
Please note that our restaurant is closed on Wednesdays. If you’ve reserved half board, we’ll deduct a corresponding amount from the final balance.
Please let us know if you need any extra pillows, towels or blankets.
The TVs are connected to the internet and have Netflix and You-Tube etc. If you sign into Netflix with your account, please remember to log out before you leave.
Welcome to our spacious residents lounge! This is the perfect place to relax. It is located upstairs on the 1st floor at the carpark end of the building. Sorry, sometimes access is restricted if we hosting a special event, such as yoga classes.
The lounge features plenty of comfortable seating options, including sofas, and armchairs. while natural light floods the space, creating a bright and open feel.
So come on in, grab a seat, and make yourself at home in our beautiful residents lounge!
If you require a packed lunch, we can prepare one for you consisting of a large roll with a choice of fillings, a selection of fruits, and chocolate. Kindly let us know the night before to have your packed lunch ready in the morning.
In the summer of 1984, a family arrived at our home seeking accommodation. We took them in and provided for them during their stay.
The next morning, one of the little girls who stayed with us named our home “Casa la Colina” (the House on the Hill), and that’s how our hotel was born!
Since then, our hotel has undergone five major structural reforms and one significant name change.
Due to the very low wattage the hotel has available, it imposible to install hair dryers in all of the rooms. In reception we have several available. Please feel free to borrow one.
In both the dining room and bar, there are microwaves available for heating baby foods etc.
To use this service please bring your bag (up to 8kg) to the reception for washing and drying.
Sorry, we have no ironing service. €10.00
We have a free drying room available for clothes and boots.
If you need to hose down walking boots, motorbikes etc, there are two hoses available at different
Unlike many big chain hotels, we value both our guests and the environment. Here are a few
ways we are trying to reduce our impact on the environment.
Fresh Produce. We prepare fresh food daily and try and keep wastage to a minimum.
Much of vegetables are grown locally.
Solar Power. All hot water is supplied by solar power.
Recycling. We try to avoid using products with individual wrappers and we recycle all our
rubbish. If you have anything that we can recycle, please give to any member of staff.
Towels. To reduce the amount of detergent being used, you can help the environment,
by placing only the towels to be changed in the shower or the bath.
Lighting. Nearly all lighting in the hotel uses low energy lighting systems.
Timing and distances to and from the hotel
Poncebos (Cares gorge) 6 km 10 minutes
Llanes 37 km 40 minutes
Lagos de Covadonga 44 km 1 hour
Fuente De 74 km 1 h y 30 minutes
Oviedo 102 km 1 h y 30 minutes
Santander 101 km 1 h y 20 minutes
Phone numbers of interest
985 846 640 from 9:00 to 00:00 dial
Emergencies 661 910 351
Arenas de Cabrales 985 846 786 from 9:00 to 13:00h.
Carreña de Cabrales 985 845 504 from 9:00 to 15:00 h.
Emergencies dial 112
Arenas de Cabrales 985 845 501 from 9:00 a 14:00 and 16:00 to 20:00.
Carreña de Cabrales 985 845 501 from 9:00 a 14:00 and 16:00 to 20:00.
Taxi Pidal 8 pax 985 845 177
Joaquin 4 pax 689 380 603.
Casa Xurde 623 319 144
Cafe Cares 985 845 042
Arenas de Cabrales 985 845 027
Posada de Llanes 985 407 393 (Motos)
Town Hall Concejo de Cabrales 985845507
Nacional Park Offices. Picos de Europa
Asturias 985 848 614.
Sports and cultural activities
There are a wide variety of leisure activities that can be carried out relatively nearby and below you will see a description of what’s available.
If you need any advice, or wish to make reservations, let us know at the reception desk and wewill be more than happy to assist.
One of the most popular and beautiful routes in northern Spain. It is advisable to go prepared with good footwear, a large bottle of water, sun protection and be aware of the small risk of rock fall. The route starts in the village of Poncebos (6km). It is 12km long, of which the first 3km are uphill and the rest being effectively flat. For the return, you either have come back via the same route, or contract one of various companies offering either 4X4 routes or normal road routes back. (Please ask in reception)
A route that runs along the Tejo channel and arrives to the hamlet of Bulnes. A duration of 1:15. There are bars and restaurants in the village. You can also ascend & descend on the underground funicular railway.
A beautiful place and very busy. Access to the lakes from July to Sept is closed to private cars and you will need to use the public transport available from nearby Covadonga.
From the lakes you can do different routes of greater or lesser degree of difficulty.
Descent in canoe of 1 or 2 people by the river Sella with two options, 10 km or 15 km of
descent. Between 3 and 4 hours.
It is a beautiful route on horseback of about two hours with departure from Unquera.
Mountain bike rental to enjoy the area and be in contact with the nature that surrounds us in a
A sport that is increasingly in demand due to the fun and beautiful nature of its performance, you can enjoy spectacular views from within a river. More or less about 2 hours.
If you want to enjoy the beach you can rent surfboards or be taught a monitor on the beach of San Antolin, near Llanes.
An exciting activity. But it can only be done in a very short period of the year, due to the water flow during the spring thaw.
You can ask us about the trekking in the countless routes that exist throughout the area. We will advise you by degree of difficulty, levels, distances and times.
A Via ferrata is a vertical rockface, equipped with various materials such as ladders, handrails, chains, suspension bridges and zipwires, with which it is possible to safely climb routes that would otherwise be only scalable by proficient rock climbers. More or less a duration between two and three hours, there are 4 vias ferratas in the Picos of Europe.
The cheese and cider route
Two brothers from Asiego de Cabrales (Manolo and Javier) teach us how to make cabrales
cheese and cider, as well as the distribution of the Asturian village and life in the rural world.
The route ends with a traditional espicha as a meal or dinner.
A tour around a modern cheese production facility with an explanation of the cheese making
process from yester year up to the now automated systems for milk and cheese production.
Get to know the different birds of the national park and its surroundings like the natural park of
Ponga or the cliffs of Ribedesella.
For any other type of information (weather, other places of interest or other
activities), consult us at the Reception desk. We will do our best to make your
stay as enjoyable and unforgettable as possible.