Casas Rurales Ordesa
Casas Rurales Ordesa
- Vivienda de Turismo Rural -
- Opening permit Nº VTR-HU-749
2 - 58 places - 44.36€ / person per night (approx.)
s/n - 22363 Belsierre
Belsierre, Huesca (Aragón, Spain)
Telephone (0034) 660 297 911
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Capacity and prices
- EDELWEISS (2 places): 1 double room, 2 extra beds, 2 bathrooms
- MARGARITA (4 places): 1 twin room, 1 double room, 3 extra beds, 2 bathrooms
- LAVANDA (4 places): 1 twin room, 1 double room, 3 extra beds, 2 bathrooms
- TULIPANES (6 places): 1 twin room, 2 double rooms, 3 extra beds, 3 bathrooms
- OLIVO 1 (4 places): 1 twin room, 1 double room, 2 bathrooms
- ROBLE (4 places): 1 twin room, 1 double room, 1 sofa bed, 2 bathrooms
- ESCUAIN 2 (2 places): 1 double room, 1 bathroom
- PINETA (2 places): 1 double room, 1 bathroom
- ENCINA (6 places): 2 twin rooms, 1 double room, 2 bathrooms
- ORDESA (2 places): 1 double room, 1 sofa bed, 1 bathroom
- OLIVO 2 (4 places): 1 twin room, 1 double room, 2 bathrooms
- AÑISCLO 2 (2 places): 1 double room, 1 sofa bed, 1 bathroom
- AÑISCLO 1 (2 places): 1 double room, 1 sofa bed, 1 bathroom
- OLIVO 5 (4 places): 1 twin room, 1 double room, 2 bathrooms
- OLIVO 4 (4 places): 1 twin room, 1 double room, 2 bathrooms
- OLIVO 3 (4 places): 1 twin room, 1 double room, 2 bathrooms
- ESCUAIN 1 (2 places): 1 double room, 1 bathroom
- Outside: Garden, Barbecue, Terrace, Garden furniture, Car-parking facilities.
- Inside: DVD or video, Washing machine, Microwave, Heating, Dishwasher, Dining room, Rooms with en-suite bathroom, Jacuzzi, Kitchen, Fireplace, Television, Lounge, Fireplace inside the room, Jacuzzi inside the room.
- Services: Internet access, Pets allowed, Guided walks, Cot available, Information about the area, Activities for children, Farm activities, Spa, free WiFi access.
- Languages: French, English, Spanish.
- Situation: Mountains, Tarmac entrance, Isolated area, Outside the village, Signposted, Near ski resorts, Bathing area in lake / river.
- A house sleeping six people : wooden gabled house with a private garden. It includes: - 2 twin rooms - 1 double room - 1 fully equipped kitchen - 1 lounge-dining room with a fireplace - 2 bathrooms (one with a hydromassage bath and chromotherapy) - Houses sleeping four people : wooden gabled houses with a private terrace. They include: - 1 twin rooms - 1 double room - 1 fully equipped kitchen - 1 lounge-dining room with a fireplace - 2 bathrooms (one with a shower and another with a bathtub) - Houses sleeping four people + 1: wooden gabled houses with a private terrace. They include: - 1 twin rooms - 1 double room - 1 fully equipped kitchen - 1 lounge-dining room with a fireplace - 2 bathrooms (one with hydromassage and chromotherapy) - All the houses are decorated with a careful selection of colours combined with wood, stone, carpets and rustic style furniture. - The houses are fully furnished and include a television - They come with all the necessary linen: sheets, blankets, towels... - The kitchens are equipped with: a fridge, cooking hob, food mixer, iron, all the necessary utensils (plates, pots and pans...)
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The owner´s comments
The Ordesa Rural Houses are situated in the Sobrarbe district, in the province of Huesca and in the heart of the Aragon Pyrenees, at the entrance to the Ordesa National Park and the Monte Perdido. The houses are close to the medieval town of Ainsa, the Posets-Maladeta nature reserve, the French Pyrenees National Park, the Piau-Engaly ski slopes (France), and the Guara mountains and canyons. This is an excellent location to visit the valleys of the Ordesa National Park and Monte Perdido (Ordesa, Escuain, Añisclo and Pineta). Casas rurales Ordesa offers rural tourism houses, sleeping four and six people, all classified as top quality accommodation and located on private land, in the heart of nature. The houses are made with the typical architecture of the area, in stone and wood. Set on the outskirts of a small mountain village, called Belsierre, on private grounds with large well-lit gardens, parking facilities, barbecues and large individual terraces with garden furniture.
- Land: Mushroom forays, Mountain biking, Rock climbing, Caving, Skiing, Mountaineering, Multi adventure, Paintball, Bungee jumping, Horse riding, Gourmet routes, Hiking, Survival-adventure, Tennis, Archery.
- Sea: Canyoning, Hydrospeed, Canoeing - kayak, Rafting, Abseiling, Fishing.
- Air: Paragliding.
- Workshops: Photography, Flora and Fauna observation.
Belsierre is a village which is strategically located, only 6 km from the Ordesa National Park and Monte Perdido. It is the ideal point of departure for a wide variety of activities: - Mountaineering. We are surrounded by dozens of mountain peaks, over 3000 metres high, among which we find the Monte Perdido, the highest karstic mountain in Europe, and the Posets or Llardana the second highest peak in the Pyrenees. We also find smaller mountains but not less important: Punta Suelza, Cotiella and Peña Montañesa among others. You will find numerous routes for high and medium mountaineering. - Cross-country and mountain skiing: there are a number of cross-country slopes in the surrounding area, such as Fanlo and Pineta. Also, for high mountain skiing we find the Piau-Engaly resorts in France, 40 km. A little further afield, 55 km away is the Saint Lary Soulan resort and 65 km away we find Cerler, in the Benasque Valley. - Canyonning: This is a privileged location for canyonning. There are more than 100 different canyons that can be descended, just a short distance away, making this destination one of the best in Europe for this sport. From the more simple and short canyons to the full day, technical descents. The proximity of the Guara Mountain Range (a unique place to practise this activity) increases the number of possible canyons that can be visited. The different adventure tourism companies in the area will provide further information on the different canyons. - Mountain bikes: from Belsierre you can follow the different routes with a variety of difficulties and lengths. There will shortly be signposted routes for mountain bikes in the area. Some of the best routes include the Real - Pineta Valley, Ordiceto, the area of San Victorian... And many more. - Hiking: several different easy routes lead off from places close to the house and are signposted as PR. Many of these lead to villages of great historical interest and beauty such as Puértolas, Bestué or Escuaín. Another important route is the one leading to the Fuente de los Baños, with its medicinal spa waters. In the nearby area, we find the longer routes, called GR 19, GR 15, and GR 11 (across the Pyrenees). Among them, we can highlight the climb to Peña Montañesa, Castillo Mayor and Sestrales. If it is dry, the Barranco de Airés is a wonderful place to visit. A little further ahead, we can discover the valleys of Añisclo, Pineta, Ordesa, Escuaín, Barrosa, Trigoniero, the climb to Ibón de Urdiceto, or marvel at the Basa de la Mora in Cotiella, Gistaín, Viadós and even the French Pyrenees, with the Neouvielle Nature Reserve, Soum de Salettes, etc. - Horseriding: we can find horseriding organizations in Pueyo de Araguás, Banastón, Bielsa, Saravillo, Sarvisé, and Margurgued. Horses can be hired per hour or full day excursions, and even for several days. Please consult the prices and activities. - White water: rafting, kayaks, etc. In Aínsa, Broto and Torla, we find several companies which rent out all the necessary equipment and provide guidance on the different rivers, gorges and mountains. Rafting from Torla - Broto along the river Ara is considered the most difficult commercial stretch in the Pyrenees. In the following rivers: Ara, Cinca, Cinqueta, Barrosa, Esera and others, we can go canoeing at different levels of difficulty. - Paragliding: the nearby town of Asín de Broto offers a two-seater paragliding service. In Castejón de Sos (towards Benasque) we find one of the main centres for paragliding in the Pyrenees. - Potholing and caving - Ski resorts and cross-country skiing - Rock climbing - Ice climbing - Hunting and fishing Mushroom collecting 4x4 excursions and quads - Paint-ball - High mountain skiing
- Parque Nacional de Ordesa y Monte Perdido
- Parque Nacional de los Pirineos Franceses
- Parque Natural Posets-Maladeta
- Sierra y cañones de Guara
- The medieval town of Ainsa: which has been declared a World Heritage Town by Unesco. - The Ordesa National Park and Monte Perdido - The French Pyrenees National Park - The Posets-Maladeta Nature Reserve - The Guara Mountains and Canyons - The Romanesque routes, visiting chapels and churches in villages such as Tella, San Vicente de Labuerda, Santa María de Buil, the San Victorian Monastery. - Museums: Arts and crafts (Ainsa), Ecological museum (Ainsa), the Bota Museum in Bielsa, the electricity museum (Lafortunada), the traditional pottery museum in Morillo de Tou.
How to get there?
- From Barcelona: - Barcelona -> Lérida -> Barbastro -> Aínsa -> towards Bielsa - From Bilbao: - Bilbao->Pamplona->Jaca->Sabiñánigo->Biescas->Ordesa->Aínsa - From Madrid: -Madrid->Zaragoza->Huesca->Barbastro->Aínsa - From Valencia: - Valencia->Zaragoza->Huesca->Barbastro->Aínsa
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Excellent self catering apartments!
Stayed for a week in June. Excellent quality apartment house that easily caters four adults. Very ni... see review
Date of stay: 09/Jun/2007
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