This cottage was built in the late sixteenth century early seventeenth. Reconstruction works were made with quality materials and paying attention to every detail. The original stone walls remain. The structure is made of oak that has been restored. The property has a total area of approximately 584 square meters, spread over three floors. On the ground floor entrance hall, dining room, and various seating areas are located; also a kitchen, laundry, toilet. It has oak Windows and baked clay's floor. In that main living area there is a large stone fireplace. Here we can find the staircase which cames from Eibar's City Hall, made of hardwood; oak, chestnut and boards. The door that gives access to the main floor dates from around year 1700. The first floor consists of 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, two of the bedrooms have a bathroom and the other two share the one located in the hall dealer. The doors and the floors are made of black pine from Baztán who was recovered and adapted from a convent of La Ulzama (Navarra). One room has access to a vast porch from which you can admire the stunning views across the valley. On the second floor there are three other large bedrooms each with bathroom. The materials used in this plant are the same as on the first floor, following the same criteria of construction and decoration. It should be noted the great work of beams.
This charming Basque style house, is only 15 minutes from San Sebastian, in the district Ermaña Bidea of the town of Astigarraga, known for its long tradition of cider making and the many famous cider houses located in the area. It is on Camino de Santiago, 750 meters from the Hermitage of Santiago in Santiago Mendi Mount. A spectacular setting surrounded by mountains and facing Urumea Valley. A quiet and comfortable place for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding.