Welcome to Posada La Herradura
Cantabrian house, fully restored, preserving its stone and wood architecture. It is located at the top of the town of Liermo, a very quiet place, A really picturesque place.
Set in a traditional Cantabrian house, Posada La Herradura offers a peaceful location in the small village of Liermo. The guest house includes a breakfast buffet.
Featuring mountain views, the attractive heated rooms feature a flat-screen TV. The private bathroom includes a shower and a hairdryer.
Guests have access to a shared lounge with sofas and a fireplace. An oven, microwave and dishwasher are included in the shared kitchen. The property also features a patio and a garden.
Psada la Herradura is 6.2 miles from the Cantabrian Coast. Santander and Laredo can be reached within a 30-minute drive. Bilbao is 46.6 miles away.
SUMMER ON LA HERRADURA
One of the main effects of modern life is that the senses are physiologically and psychologically narrowed. Stopping to listen to the life of the forest, with its sounds that grow and multiply as we pay more attention to them, may be the beginning of the reverse path. Testing yourself in this regard is an enriching and surprising experience. Come and enjoy this experience.
Two nights accommodation for two people in a double room with breakfast included € 130.
If you are doing the Camino de Santiago and have decided to stop at our inn, we will be very happy to have you as a guest, so that you do not have to go up to the inn, please, when you are in GÜEMES send us a message or call us to come to pick it up, it is a free service that the inn offers to save you the climbs, since we know the weight and the fatigue that they carry on them.
2 NIGHTS OF ACCOMMODATION + 1 UNDERGROUND HIKING ROUTE
2 NIGHTS OF ACCOMMODATION + 1 UNDERGROUND HIKING ROUTE.
Enjoy two nights for two people in our Rural Inn, it includes a route through an old Roman mine. Contact us and ask about our offer. 120€
It include breakfast.
Santander is the capital of the Cantabria region, located on the north coast of Spain. The Magdalena Palace is located at the mouth of Santander Bay, on the rocky La Magdalena peninsula. This building was used as a royal residence in summer. In the west, the city center houses the Santander Cathedral, which has an octagonal dome and a Gothic cloister, while in the vicinity we can walk along a promenade that runs through all the Pereda gardens.
Santoña is a town, and municipality, of the Santoña Judicial Party that is located in the eastern part of Cantabria, in the Trasmiera region; It is located in the bay of its name, at the foot of Mount Buciero.
Laredo is a Spanish municipality in the eastern part of the autonomous community of Cantabria, located next to the Cantabrian Sea. Capital of the East Coast Region, as such it provides services to its adjacent municipalities
The Cabárceno Nature Park houses almost 120 animal species from the five continents in a semi-freedom regime, which are distributed in large areas where one or more species coexist.
The Cabárceno Nature Park is neither a conventional zoo nor a natural park. It is a space naturalized by the hand of man, based on the primitive beauty of its karst landscape, on 750 ha of an old open-cast mining operation.
In the Cabárceno Nature Park life takes place in the most natural environment possible for the animals that inhabit it. Except for the food provided, the rest of the activities are marked by their almost total freedom and instinct. Practically all of them unleash fights and fights in zealous time for the control of the females and of course, except for the survival instinct, the rest of their senses are as wild as in their natural habitat.
Puente Viesgo is a municipality and locality in the autonomous community of Cantabria, located in the Valles Pasiegos region. The Pas river runs through this municipality. Another tourist attraction is the Monte Castillo caves complex, made up of three cavities containing rock art.
SANTILLANA DEL MAR
From the first prehistoric settlements, to the stately heyday and passing through times of great ecclesiastical strength, Santillana del Mar has been acquiring an incomparable artistic, cultural and monumental legacy. The excellent conservation of its large houses, its collegiate church and the numerous palaces, immerse us during our visit to a distant time.
Its unbeatable geographical location and the beautiful natural environment in which it is framed, make Santillana a close place and at the same time, a place away from everything in which to escape enjoying the landscape, its people, its history or its wide cultural agenda.
But not everything is past in Santillana del Mar. The town continues the evolution that has brought it to this day and has a fervent cultural activity, which makes it one of the cultural references in Cantabria and the rest of the national territory. A villa open to everyone, every day and every hour of the year, a modern and contemporary villa, of leisure, art, tourism and prepared for a promising future ...
Bárcena Mayor is the only population center included in the Saja Besaya Natural Park. It is located in a small fertile plain of the Argoza river, at the foot of the mountains of the Cantabrian divide. It stands out for its traditional architecture, the clarity of its limits, preferably marked by the rear facades of the rows and the density of the built plot, which make it a very compact nucleus in which space is used to the maximum, using various solutions to adapt buildings to the terrain.
The most characteristic type of house in the village responds to the mountain house model of rural habitat. In them, the dividing walls protrude on the first floor from “S” corbels to shelter the sun deck, which began to be introduced in the 17th century with the arrival of corn and the need to have a space to dry the cereal.
In Bárcena Mayor, a Historic-Artistic Site since 1979, a visit to the 17th-century church of Santa Maria is a must, as well as the old chancel houses, the mountain mansions of popular use, with wide floors and arcades open by ashlar arches, or the rows two-storey houses, with arcade, utility room and wooden enclosures, which essentially constitute the most represented image of the mountain settlement model.