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Yolanda Ansó

Member since: 2014
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Speaks english, french, spanish

Next to Pamplona, ​​C. Rural Tres Estrellas in isolated village, rural and quiet - ALTIKARRA II

2 Reviews
Sleeps4
Bedrooms Studio
Bathrooms1
Property type apartment
Minimum Stay 2 - 7 nights

Overview

Photos and Description of this Undiano holiday apartment

Cottage in the center of Undiano. Ideal for families with children

Capacity: Altikarra I 6-8 pax and Altikarra II, 2-4 pax

Address: Glen Santa Agueda 10

Population: 31190 Undiano / Undio (Navarra)

  Undiano

Small town (197 inhabitants) in the foothills of Forgiveness, 2 kms from the Camino de Santiago.

A 13 km from Pamplona, ​​88 km from San Sebastián, Vitoria 105km, 78 km from Logroño. Bayonne 142km, 413km from Madrid, Barcelona 445km and 497km of Valencia.

Undiano is 'end of road', an isolated village in the middle of corn fields, the Sierra del Perdon south and the Sierra de Etxauri Northwest.

Communal pools with changing rooms, lifeguard, mini bar, operating throughout the summer season,

Pediment covered and football pitch in the village center,

Playground,

Church (St. Martin of Tours) the fourteenth century

 Gastronomica society in Etxeberri plaza.

All these facilities are located in pedestrian area where cars can not go for everyone's safety.

Several tours in the area: On foot, horseback and bicycle:

1. Round up the old tank of water: half hour walk. Difficulty minimal.

2. Circular Undiano leaving, and returning to the Urdintxulo by Komia: 40 minutes

3. Climb Santa Agueda: from Undiano, for the huts and the road to the shrine. Return 2hs.

4. Ascent Sorry, the Momumento Walker (Camino de Santiago) (Undiano, Astrain, Zarikiegi) 90 minutes gone.

5. Undiano-Zizur Mayor by way of Santiago: 2 hours

6. Undiano-Puente la Reina, the Royal Gorge, 2 hours and a half

7. Undiano-Etxauri, Passing Muru, Larraia and vineyards of the Lordship of Otazu: 1 hour.

Property description: I ALTIKARRA ETXEA

Rated with three stars by the Tourism Department of Navarra

 Navarre traditional architecture.

Courtyard house, typical of the place. In the center of town.

Careful decoration.

Features:

 three double bedrooms one duplex (with beds of 0.90 or 1.80 according ask us!

large living room with fireplace,

kitchen, pantry,

2 bathrooms, including one with sauna and one adapted for disabled people.

loft with reading corner and games

(TV, stereo,)

heating, wifi, phone,

Terrace with barbecue and direct the pediment and the town center out. Mirador the Pyrenees. If you want to sleep near Pamplona and enjoy nature do not hesitate to come visit.

Animals always given respect to facilities accepted.

we also have a smaller separate apartment on the ground floor of the house, which sleeps two adults and two kids. This apartment we rented weekly for 400 euros and 750 euros for two weeks.

If you are a large group, you have the possibility to rent the two houses, which can be converted into a direct access opening there by the internal staircase. Consultadnos capacity. In this case you hariamos 10% discount on the total reservation.

Tel: 605070972 and 608927765

Ask for Maia or Yolanda

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Pets: Yes

Garden: Yes

Fireplace: Yes

Barbecue: Yes

Heating: Yes

Games Room: Yes

Reading: Yes

WiFi: Yes

Television: Yes

Nearby area:

Aeropuerto15 Km.

Cash 5Km.

Health center 5Km (Zizur Mayor).

Navarra Hospital Zone: CUN and Hospitals: 12 kms

Train Station 15 Km.

Pharmacy 5km (Zizur Mayor)

Gas station 3 Km.

Riding 15 Km

Swimming pool 50 meters.

Restaurant 2 Km.

Supermarket 5 km.

Taxi in town

Excursions

Architecture:

Gazolatz, Larraia ... (Romanesque churches) 10 minutes

Puente la Reina, Eunate Chapel, 15 minutes

Estella / Lizarra (Jewish quarter, medieval old town, museum carlismo) 30 minutes

Pamplona / Iruña: 15 minutes

Olite (medieval village and castle: 30 minutes

Mountaineering excursions:

Sierra del Perdon,

Sierra de Etxauri: climb to Cabezon, climbing, ... (10 minutes)

The source of the Urederra, next to Estella / Lizarra. (30 minutes)

Metauten, and the Museum of truffles (30 minutes)

Alloz reservoir; sailing school (20 minutes)

More Details

Details for ALTIKARRA II Studio, Sleeps 4, 1 Bathroom

separate apartment with two rooms (bedroom and living-kitchen) a bathroom and a patio with a small pond, table and four chairs. It has direct access to pedestrian area with playground, parking and covered pediment free to use.

is fully equipped with washing machine, appliances, furniture, towels and linens are made. The bed is 1,50mts and no Auxiliary crib. In the room there is a sofa that converts into a bed of 1,35 mts, if you come with children. The apartment is downstairs and there are only three steps as 'architectural barriers' both to the yard, and then the rest of the town is perfect for people with mobility problems. If you want to rent with Altikarra I like capacity expansion to a larger group may join the two houses down the staircase inside the building. In this case, we make 10% discount on the entire reservation.

Suitability:
  • long term rentals available
  • children welcome
  • pets considered
  • smoking allowed
  • wheelchair accessible
Yolanda Ansó (Owner)
Member since: 2014
Call Owner
Speaks english, french, spanish

What makes this apartment unique

Welcome to Casa Rural Altikarra

Make yourselves at home !!

Casa Altikarra was built 100 years ago when our uncle Fidel got married and needed his own place. In those times relatives and neighbours would collaborate and help to build their own place, with love and friendship.

They used chalk stones from the local quarry, brought in by carts drawn by oxen and mules. It was built with unplaned timber, from the black poplar trees which grew on the banks of the irrigation channels. With its traditional construction - warm and welcoming - Casa Altikarra has given shelter to generations of working people.

How Casa Altikarra got its name.

The houses in this country take their name from their geographical location, their owners, and the origins of their inhabitants. Uncle Fidel's family, the first inhabitants of Casa Altikarra, had travelled from Artika to Undiano around 1720 . Artika is a village on the hillside of the Ezkaba mountain, on the border between Pamplona and Iruña, hence the family name “Artikarra”, which means 'the ones from Artika' in Euskera, the spoken language at that time. Through the years the name started to evolve at the same time that the Euskera language started to disappear. 'The ones from Artika' became “Altikarra”.

In the sixties people started to migrate from the countryside to the cities. They went to Pamplona to work in factories and the mining of potash, which was also being mined in Undiano .

Those living at Casa Altikarra left for Pamplona and rented it to two families from Huelva and Avila who had migrated to work locally in the potash mine - borers looking for a better future.

When the mine closed the families abandoned Alkitarra and the house was left empty. In 1987 we had the opportunity to make Alkitarra our home and in so doing we closed another chapter in our family history.

We have lived here since then and have enjoyed every bit of it. Alkitarra smells of home, human warmth and every nook an

Reviews

2 traveller reviews

ALTIKARRA II
average rating of 5.0 based on 5 reviews
5

Un lugar ideal para conocer todo el País Vasco

  • 5 of 5

Tuve la suerte de estar con mi esposa alrededor de una semana en la Casa Altikarra. La recomiendo sin reservas. Está completamente equipada para hacer de vuestra estancia allí un al agrado. Ubicada a 13 km de Pamplona, desde allí hicimos excursiones en un auto alquilado a distintas lugares de interés. Fuimos, por ejemplo, al Santuario de San Miguel de Aralar, a San Sebastián, al Valle de Baztán, a Roncesvalles, a Bilbao (muy de pasada). Y atravesamos la frontera francesa, para conocer Saint Jean de Luz, Saint Jean de Pied de Port y Baigorri, entre otros fantásticos parajes. Los dueños de Casa Altikarra, Yolanda y Enrike, están siempre dispuestos a apoyar a sus huéspedes con datos e información histórica y turística muy relevante. Pero, además de eso, son personas muy amables y preocupadas de que los visitantes que llegan hasta su casa en Undiano lo pasen bien. Sugiero, sí, que los eventuales visitantes lleven un GPS, para guiarlos en sus exploraciones dentro de Euskal Herria. En nuestro caso, contamos con los invalorables servicios de Tom Tom, un asistente cibernético, que, en general, nos condujo por buenos caminos. Aunque a veces, como buenos descendientes de vasos que somos, tanto yo como mi mujer, porfiábamos y discutíamos sus decisiones. Un bonus track insoslayable es desayunar todos los días en la Panadería Arrasate, en Pamplona, y homenajear a la comida local en tantos lugares como sea posible. Aún recuerdo un pulpo a la gallega que degusté en Oñate, otra bella ciudad vasca, en la Gipuzkoa profunda, después de recorrer un camino hermosísimo. Otro pueblo, como de sueño, es Leitza. En suma: pueden ir a la Casa Altikarra con total confianza y hacer de ella la "base de operaciones" para desplegarse hacia toda Euzkadi.

  • Review Submitted: Jul 5, 2015
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2015
  • Source: Homelidays, from HomeAway
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5

Vacaciones perfectas.

  • 5 of 5

Vacaciones perfectas y sin sorpresas. pues la casa es ideal , tiene de todo lo necesario, está limpia, y en buen estado.

Las fotos de la página web no engañan, el detalle que veas en la foto, allí esta.

El trato de los propietarios, Yolanda, Enrique y Maia, es ejemplar, desde el minuto cero ya te empiezan a facilitarte todo lo que necesites y más.

Las mascotas para ellos siempre son bien recibidas.

Ubicación perfecta para conocer todos los puntos de la Comunidad Foral de Navarra. A una hora aproximadamente de los vellos pueblos Franceses: San Juan Pie de puerto, Bayona, Biarritz, San Juan de Luz, etc.

Es la segunda vez que pasamos nuestras vacaciones en la casa rural Altikarra ll.

La primera vez 15 días en septiembre del 2014 y la segunda todo el mes de mayo del 2015.

Lo recomendamos a todos y sin duda volveremos.

Un abrazo.

Conchi, Javi y nuestra perrita Bahía.

  • Review Submitted: Jun 24, 2015
  • Date of Stay: May 2015
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Map

Nearest Airport
12 Kilometres
desde la casa en coche, 20 minutos
Nearest Barpub
2 Kilometres
en Astrain (3 minutos, Zizur y Pamplona a 15 m.
Nearest Ferry
180 Kilometres
Inglaterra-Bilbao
Nearest Golf
25 Kilometres
la Ulzama, 25 minutos de la casa
Nearest Train
12 Kilometres
en Pamplona. 15 minutos
Nearest Motorway
2 Kilometres
a cinco minutos de la casa
Nearest Restaurant
2 Kilometres
en 15 minutos hay muchos. datos en la casa.
Nearest Ski
120 Kilometres
Candanchú,Belagua, Arette 90 minutos
Nearest Beach
90 Kilometres
la de S.Sebastian o Zarautz. 60 minutos
Car: necessary

Welcome to Casa Rural Altikarra

Make yourselves at home !!

1.- Casa Altikarra: a brief history

Casa Altikarra was built 100 years ago when our uncle Fidel got married and needed his own place. In those times relatives and neighbours would collaborate and help to build their own place, with love and friendship.

They used chalk stones from the local quarry, brought in by carts drawn by oxen and mules. It was built with unplaned timber, from the black poplar trees which grew on the banks of the irrigation channels. With its traditional construction - warm and welcoming - Casa Altikarra has given shelter to generations of working people.

How Casa Altikarra got its name.

The houses in this country take their name from their geographical location, their owners, and the origins of their inhabitants. Uncle Fidel's family, the first inhabitants of Casa Altikarra, had travelled from Artika to Undiano around 1720 . Artika is a village on the hillside of the Ezkaba mountain, on the border between Pamplona and Iruña, hence the family name “Artikarra”, which means 'the ones from Artika' in Euskera, the spoken language at that time. Through the years the name started to evolve at the same time that the Euskera language started to disappear. 'The ones from Artika' became “Altikarra”.

In the sixties people started to migrate from the countryside to the cities. They went to Pamplona to work in factories and the mining of potash, which was also being mined in Undiano .

Those living at Casa Altikarra left for Pamplona and rented it to two families from Huelva and Avila who had migrated to work locally in the potash mine - borers looking for a better future.

When the mine closed the families abandoned Alkitarra and the house was left empty. In 1987 we had the opportunity to make Alkitarra our home and in so doing we closed another chapter in our family history.

We have lived here since then and have enjoyed every bit of it. Alkitarra smells of home, human warmth and every nook and cranny of it speaks of a life lived to its limits and rooted to the land we live on. It speaks of other cultures and countries we have visited and loved.

Altikarra is at your disposal during your stay to enjoy and be a part of .

We all leave a bit of us wherever we go. Leave the flutter of your hearts with us and let’s write another chapter in the history of Altikarra.

WELCOME !!!!

2.- Reasons to stay in Altikarra

For starters, you are in the middle of Navarre. From here you can travel to Pamplona, 10 minutes away or to the beautiful Irati woodlands. The Urederra river source springs or the sea are one hour away by car (Donostia, Zarautz, San Juan de Luz). You may also want to visit the Bardenas desert through Olite and Olite’s castle.

The Pyrenees, 1.5 hours away by car, offers skiing opportunities and beautiful walks. In a week you can explore the surroundings at your leisure or stay in the village, relaxing enjoying the beautiful walks and admiring the landscape. That in itself is also a terrific option because Casa Altikarra is both in the centre of things as well as far from the madding crowd! . The “sound of the silence” at Casa Altikarra is broken by a family of red-tailed chaffinches living by the wooden terrace. In the spring you can share their beauty while gently sipping a local brew.

Casa Altikarra is in the middle of the village: the swiming pool, complete with lifeguard and a small bar, is next to it. The front garden can be used for sports or you can enjoy the terrace ’s shade while reading a book and keeping an eye on your children playing in the garden.

3.- A brief history of Undiano and its inhabitants.

Undiano is a small village of 197 hectares, at the foot of the Perdon Mountain and 2 kms from the Camino de Santiago. (The pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela).

It is also: 13 kms from Pamplona; 88 kms from “San Sebastian”;

105 kms from Vitoria, 78 kms Logroño, 142 kms from Baiona, 413 kms from Madrid, 445kms from Barcelona and 497 kms from Valencia.

Undiano's origins can be traced as far back as the Roman Empire, when “Pompaelo” (Pamplona) was surrounded with the villas of wealthy Roman landlords, and Undiano was one of these.

With time those villas became hamlets and the Roman slaves and peasants came under the rule of the Kings of Navarre and their knights.

Undiano, administratively, forms part of “la Cendea de Cizur”. Cendea comes from the Latin “centena” (hundred) which refers to the size of land required to keep 100 families. It appears these were created as part of the “Honesta Missio” for Roman soldiers after their demobilisation.

The villages, or consejos, that form this Cendea are:

Zizur Menor, Sagues, Gazolaz, Partenain, Zariquiegui, Astrain, Muru-Astrain, Larraia, Eriete and Undiano.

The Town Hall is in Gazolaz where 11 council members meet.

Every village has a president and 4 council members who are responsible for the day-to-day running of the village.

Undiano is in cul

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Rates & Availability

Rental Rates for this holiday apartment in Undiano, Spain

Rental Basis:
per property
Owner accepts payment in:
EUR
Convert Currency
Rate Period Nightly Weekend Night Weekly Monthly * Event
 
Puente de Diciembre
2 Dec 2016 - 11 Dec 2016
4 night minimum stay
A$108
A$575
A$1,726
 
Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add A$7 per night, per additional guest
 
Navidad
23 Dec 2016 - 8 Jan 2017
3 night minimum stay
A$108
A$575
A$1,726
 
Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add A$7 per night, per additional guest
 
Alta
23 Jun 2017 - 3 Sep 2017
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
A$611
A$1,941
 
Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add A$7 per night, per additional guest
 
El Pilar
11 Oct 2017 - 15 Oct 2017
3 night minimum stay
A$108
A$611
A$1,941
 
Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add A$7 per night, per additional guest
 
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
A$72
From
A$93
Fri,Sat
A$503
A$1,438
 
Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add A$7 per night, per additional guest

Additional information about rental rates

Fees No additional mandatory fees
Refundable Damage Deposit A$144

las tarifas son para dos personas.
En t.baja, una noche minimo. (50 euros entre semana y fin de semana 65 x noche)
a esas tarifas se añade por persona adicional 5 euros por noche.
y por cada mascota, 5 euros por noche.
si tienes dudas te mandamos la tabla de tarifas.
Para San Fermines (del 5 al 14 de julio) consultar.

La reserva del apartamento se realiza mediante transferencia pagando la fianza (30% aprox). Una vez depositada la fianza el viajero recibe un "recibí" de su ingreso, confirmándose así su reserva. A la llegada al apartamento, los viajeros abonan la totalidad de la estancia. La fianza es devuelta al viajero previa comprobación antes de su marcha, de que el apartamento esta en condiciones adecuadas.

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Amenities

Accommodation and facilities for ALTIKARRA II in Undiano, Spain

Property Type:
  • apartment
  • floor 0
Building Type:
  • cottage
Meals:
  • Guests provide their own meals
Floor Area:
  • 40 m²
Location Type:
  • City Centre
  • Mountain
  • Rural
  • Town
  • Village
Theme:
  • Away From It All
  • Family
  • Historic
General:
  • Air Conditioning
  • Garage
  • Hair Dryer
  • Heating
  • Internet
  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided
  • Parking
  • Towels Provided
  • Washing Machine
Kitchen:
  • Coffee Maker
  • Dishes & Utensils
  • Kitchen
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove
  • Toaster
Dining:
  • Child's Highchair
  • Dining
  • Dining Room
  • seating for 4 people
Bathrooms:
  • 1 Bathroom
  • - toilet , shower enclosure
Bedrooms:
  • Studio, Sleeps 4
  • 1,50mts double bed with wardrobe, window to the courtyard tables and auxiliary possibility of putting crib
Entertainment:
  • Books
  • Games
  • Television
Outside:
  • Bicycles
  • Boat
  • Deck / Patio
  • Golf
  • Lawn / Garden
  • Outdoor Grill
  • Ski & Snowboard
  • 2 bicycles
Suitability:
  • long term rentals available
  • children welcome
  • pets considered
  • smoking allowed
  • wheelchair accessible
Pool / Spa:
  • Communal Pool
Attractions:
  • autumn foliage
  • churches
  • cinemas
  • forests
  • library
  • live theatre
  • museums
  • playground
  • pond
  • restaurants
  • ruins
  • waterfalls
  • winery tours
Leisure Activities:
  • bird watching
  • eco tourism
  • horse riding
  • outlet shopping
  • photography
  • scenic drives
  • sight seeing
  • walking
Local Services & Businesses:
  • ATM/bank
  • groceries
  • hospital
  • massage therapist
  • medical services
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • cycling
  • hiking
  • mountain biking
  • mountain climbing
  • mountaineering
  • paragliding
  • sailing
  • diving
  • tennis
Notes:
At home we have tourist information, history, gastronomy, walks, etc. to provide people with you to come. Ask us what you need to know. We will reply enchanted!