Bed and Breakfasts in Oviedo

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La Hospedería Oviedo

Hostel - 0.97km from city centre - Show on map
Free WiFi
Covid-19 safe

La Hospederi­a Oviedo,unbeatable location if you want tranquility to rest and at the same time be in the heart of the historic center, a few meters from the Cathedral, Gascona Street (Boulevard de la Sidra), Uria Street and Campo de San Francisco. House with...

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Prices from €28
Perfect Location
Superb Staff
Fantastic Cleanliness

Green Hostel

Hostel - 1.19km from city centre - Show on map
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Green Hostel is located in the historic center of Oviedo, a step away from the main spots: Town Hall Square, the Fontan Market and the Cathedral. We offer a different, modern, comfortable and sustainable accommodation. Our guests will feel like a native and...

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Prices from €20
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HiHome Hostel

Hostel - 1.67km from city centre - Show on map
Free WiFi

The most chic Hostel! In the center of Oviedo!! HiHome Hostel, is a house located in the heart of the city, in a restored historic building from 1950. It offers different activities for its clients. We are one step from the train and bus station. Nearby parking....

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Prices from €20
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Fantastic Cleanliness

Hotel La Campana

Hotel - 9.85km from city centre - Show on map

Oviedo is a city located in the northwest of Spain between the Cantabrian mountain range and the Bay of Biscay. It is the capital of Asturias and is known for its medieval old town.

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Prices from €42

We have 4 Bed and Breakfasts in Oviedo with an average rating of 9.2 based on 37 reviews.

About Oviedo

Oviedo in north west Spain combines a pedestrianised old town with elegant new streets lined with shops. It may be compact, but its medieval and Gothic architecture give it bags of character. Sitting between the Cantabrian Mountains and the Bay of Biscay, it's the capital of Asturias, one of the country's lushest regions. The town has parks with wide avenues and monuments where you can smell the flowers and listen to the sounds of fountains and peacocks. Several hiking trails start just outside the centre, and its university students mean there's plenty of low-key nightlife.

Hostels in Oviedo are usually near the city centre so it's not far to wander back after a night out in the traditional sidrerías (cider bars). Extras like free Wi-Fi make it easy to upload snaps of the warm yellow buildings of the old town, the piles of fresh fruit in the market and the imposing mountains that back onto Oviedo. Some Oviedo hostels have elevators to help you get your luggage to your room. Other home-from-home comforts include satellite TV and an en-suite bathroom.

The Casco Antiguo (old town) of Oviedo is mainly pedestrianised, with cobbled lanes and squares winding their way past coffee shops and old churches. Navigating your way around town is easy. Look out for landmark statues like Fernando Botero's Madonna and child in the central square and (bizarrely) Woody Allen on Calle Milicias Nacionales near the main shopping area. In the evening, head for Calle Gascona (Gascon Street). It's known as the "Cider Boulevard" and is the best place in town to try the local drink of choice.

Hike up to Monte Naranco for its walking trails and historic sights like the Palacio de Santa María del Naranco and Iglesia de San Miguel de Lillo church. Both date back to the 9th century when the Kingdom of Asturias was isolated from the rest of Spain. If you want to learn more about local history, you can head to the Archaeological Museum of Asturias, which is inside a 16th-century monastery and packed with prehistoric artefacts.

It takes about 40 minutes to get to Oviedo from Asturias Airport using the airport bus, which leaves roughly once an hour between 7am and 11:45pm. If you're coming from another Spanish city, Oviedo's bus and train stations are right beside each other on the edge of the city centre. Walking is the best way to get around in town, as it's small enough to explore on foot and lots of the streets are pedestrianised.