Panorámica Santu Colás
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Santu Colás Rural Home

These are the rooms in your rural home in Asturias

The perfect balance between simplicity and rural elegance ...
COMFORT AND STYLE ...
Designed to make you feel at one with Asturia’s natural environment, your room in Santu Colás is sure to become a precious sanctuary of peace and relaxation.
Enjoy the wonderful performance of the dense forest of Picos de Europa from your room:
In the morning, when the sun rises among oaks ...
Or in the afternoon, when the protagonists retire to their homes ...
Day or night, the essence of the Asturian forest will always be present in your stay.
Precisely for that reason, all our rooms have been named after one of the beautiful trees you will find in our forests:
Room El Fresno (Ash Tree)
El Fresno: the tree of life
According to Norse mythology, there lies in the centre of the universe an immense ash tree. They call it the Tree of life. Its roots are sunk in the world of dreams, its trunk is the real place where we live, its branches hold the sky, and its fruits, the stars.
Room El Fresno (Ash Tree)
El Fresno: the tree of life
According to Norse mythology, there lies in the centre of the universe an immense ash tree. They call it the Tree of life. Its roots are sunk in the world of dreams, its trunk is the real place where we live, its branches hold the sky, and its fruits, the stars.
For the old Celtic tribes, the Yew Tree symbolised immortality. It is said that an old yew tree in knowing it was dying grew one of its branches inside the hollow of its trunk. That scion came out so close to the ground that it took root in its rotten wood. When the old tree died, a new one was born inside, but, it was not an offspring but the old yew tree itself.
Room El Tejo (Yew Tree)
El Tejo: immortality
Room El Tejo (Yew Tree)
El Tejo: immortality
For the old Celtic tribes, the Yew Tree symbolised immortality. It is said that an old yew tree in knowing it was dying grew one of its branches inside the hollow of its trunk. That scion came out so close to the ground that it took root in its rotten wood. When the old tree died, a new one was born inside, but, it was not an offspring but the old yew tree itself.
Room El Avellano (Hazel Tree)
El Avellano: wisdom
The hazel is the tree of wisdom. Its fruits were considered receptacles of knowledge by the ancient Druids who used their branches as divining rods to predict the future. With them they also captured the energy that rises from the earth, and they pointed to the subterranean waters and the magical and sacred places.
Room El Avellano (Hazel Tree)
El Avellano: wisdom
The hazel is the tree of wisdom. Its fruits were considered receptacles of knowledge by the ancient Druids who used their branches as divining rods to predict the future. With them they also captured the energy that rises from the earth, and they pointed to the subterranean waters and the magical and sacred places.
The branches of the alder tree form a spiral with respect to the trunk, having been associated with the concept of infinite. It is said that this tree that seems to like the banks of the rivers is a lair for the Fairies and as such is protected by the spirits of water - the element that flows in an endless cycle between the sky and the earth.
Room El Aliso (Alder Tree)
El Aliso, infinity
Room El Aliso (Alder Tree)
El Aliso, infinity
The branches of the alder tree form a spiral with respect to the trunk, having been associated with the concept of infinite. It is said that this tree that seems to like the banks of the rivers is a lair for the Fairies and as such is protected by the spirits of water - the element that flows in an endless cycle between the sky and the earth.
Room El Roble (Oak Tree)
El Roble, divinity
There is no tree more sacred to the Druids than the oak. For them, through these trees takes place the connection between the human and the divine. Oak groves were the Druids’ places of worship. They believed that the mistletoe that grew on the branches of these towering trees were magical plants sent by the sky and used them in most of their rituals.
Room El Roble (Oak Tree)
El Roble, divinity
There is no tree more sacred to the Druids than the oak. For them, through these trees takes place the connection between the human and the divine. Oak groves were the Druids’ places of worship. They believed that the mistletoe that grew on the branches of these towering trees were magical plants sent by the sky and used them in most of their rituals.
FEEL THE MAGIC OF THE ASTURIAN FOREST FROM YOUR OWN ROOM.
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