Recently built and strategically located in a central area of Cantabria, close to the 244 exit of the A-8 motorway, the hotel is in Cabrojo, a neighbourhood in the municipality of Cabezón de la Sal, which is 4 kilometres away. The Saja River and the famous Trans-Cantabrian railway both run through the area.
Located in the village of Cabrojo, in the municipality of Cabezón de la Sal, the Cabrojo Rural Inn was built in 1998 on the remains of a former stable. The building was refurbished with a modern touch, although preserving rustic elements in its decoration. We have our own parking lot, gardens and playground. The unique locale offers a quiet atmosphere, where customer service, ambience and good food are a perfect combination for enjoying the beauty of the place with your significant other, friends or family.
Formerly known as Portus Blendium in Roman times, final destination of the Roman road that joined the plains with the Northern coast, this quiet seaside town located at the natural outlet of the confluence of the Rivers Saja and Besaya was used as a natural pier and starting-out port for the minerals extracted from the old Reocín mines.
Bárcena Mayor The old balconies and cobbled streets of the ancient Bárcena Mayor township hold an eternal alliance with the Saja National Reserve.
The la Rabia beach, on the left-bank of the river of the same name, is often confused with the Oyambre beach, as both are part of the Oyambre natural park.
Very close to us is the Sequoia Natural Monument, located in the area around the Corona mountain, a protected space with around a thousand specimens measuring over 30 metres tall, on a plantation spread out on 2.5 hectares.
Virtual tour in pictures of Valle de Cabezón Hotel and Posada Cabrojo.