Casa Baquedano is a family seat from the 16th century, which is protected by the Institución Príncipe de Viana (Culture and Tourism Department from the Government of Navarre). There is a coat of arms on its facade. It has been carefully restored, taking into account the traditional style of the area. It shows stone walls, original fine wood beams, boiled clay paving and oak flooring.
It offers a wide garden area with swimming pool, barbecue and a porch fitted out for its use.
Parking area. Free Internet access.
The house offers 8 wide double rooms. Their decoration integrates impeccable quality furniture into the purity of rural architecture. Each room offers a totally equipped private bathroom.
The house has one living room on each of its three different floors.
The dining room is located on the ground floor, where you can enjoy a comfortable area to talk around the chimney.
On the first floor, you will be able to borrow a book to escape and relax in the reading room.
On the second floor, you will find another living room where you can enjoy tranquility and abandon yourself to your thoughts.
MurugarrenA beautiful village with around 90 inhabitants. It is located in the foothills of Sierra de Urbasa-Andía and 4 km from Estella (medieval town known as "Toledo from the North").
There are buildings and coats of arms from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. The San Román Church was built in the 16th century and transformed its style during the Baroque period.
Murangurren's patron saint festivities in late August.