Ideal for a couple with three kids who are passionate about the outdoors. Excellent possibilities for, walking, donkey trekking, climbing, caving, mountain-biking and swimming in rivers and lakes. Easy access to Vitoria (25min)
Traditional Basque farm house restored by the owner. Very peaceful atmosphere. Large ecological garden. Surrounded by other small villages where there are good fiestas from April through the summer.
The guest bedrooms, kitchen and living room and bathroom. Also washing machine
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I love having people at home and am always available to advise on events, visits and tours in the area.
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I keep bees and have enough equipment for people who would like to have a go at bee keeping. I also have four donkeys Momo, Django, Sally and Matheu. Donkey trekking is a popular activity with visitors. Younger guests enjoy driving the donkey cart down the old railway line to the next village.
Please note it is cold here from November to around April.
You will be sharing the space with me. You are most welcome and I hope that you will feel at home. It would be most appreciated if you clean up after yourselves and use the brush and mop from time to time:)
Dogs and other pets are most welcome. Animals are not allowed in the rooms though.
I have the extraordinary good fortune to live in a very small and peaceful village in the heart of Europe’s largest oak forest, Izki Natural Park. This is a paradise for walkers, climbers, mountain bikers, swimmers and folk who just like being with nature. I manage a reasonably sized ecological garden which provides a considerable proportion of the food for this house. I keep bees and have enough equipment for people who are interested to have a go. I also have a donkey called Momo, who is available to carry your kit and take you at "donkey pace" into remote corners of this beautiful spot. My house is very big and very rustic. I can house three individuals and one couple. It is cold in the winter months, November to April and hot in the summer. I heat the house with locally cut fire wood. You can find out more about life in these parts by visiting Bizipozablog or by typing Bizipozatours in youtube.