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29 / November

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01 / December

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La Venta de Miyares -Piloña - Asturias - Alojamiento rural - Hotel Boutique - Hotel con encanto - Casa de Indianos

An Indian house from 1898



La Venta de Miyares is an exciting and special project: the rehabilitation of a beautiful Indian house from 1898 located in eastern Asturias, to convert it into a unique rural accommodation, maintaining the essence of the great mansions of the late nineteenth century, but with the comforts demanded by the clients of the XXI.


The tranquility and well-being of our guests is our main objective. Come and enjoy the peace that is breathed in our house and the fabulous landscape that surrounds it: mountains, valleys, rivers, immense forests and the sea just 20 km away.  We are waiting for you!!

The rooms

Our house and its rooms preserve the essence of the great Indian mansions, but with modern comforts: heating, bathrooms in the rooms, smart TV, free Wi-Fi and free parking within the premises.


All with beautiful views of the garden, the town of Miyares and the mountains that surround us.


Here you will rest like never before, breathing fresh air and listening to the typical sounds of a small Asturian rural population.

La Venta de Miyares - Asturias - Casa indianos 1898 - Alojamiento rural

Our History



It all started when Fernando Pintueles had this eclectic-style house built in 1898 in his hometown (Miyares in the Piloña Council) and called it LA VENTA because of the farm on which it was built, upon returning from Puerto Rico, converted into an Indian. wealthy and very lucky


Here, you will be able to learn about its interesting history and that of the family that inhabited it for more than a hundred years.

The perfect place for your getaways



We are in Piloña, one of the most beautiful and unknown Asturian councils. Close to all the most emblematic and famous places in eastern Asturias and surrounded by nature, such as the Sierra del Sueve (redoubt of the last wild asturcones), Redes Natural Park, Valle de Borines,  and many more...

Surroundings