Donde Cristina: accommodation in a holiday home in Grañón (La Rioja, Spain)

Our holiday home offers accommodation in the center of Grañón, in the middle of Camino de Santiago, on #4 Calle Mayor, in front of the S. Juan Bautista gothic church.
This holiday home is perfect for the accommodation of families with children and as accommodation for a group of friends who wish to discover one of the most beautiful areas in La Rioja. We are looking forward to welcoming you!

Accommodation / rooms

Heating Wifi    Bathroom with shower Bed linen and 2 towels per guest Hairdryer

Our holiday home can provide accommodation for 8 to 12 guests. It is a 210 m2 accommodation with 5 large bedrooms, each with its own private bathroom:
1 family room with a double bed + a single bed + extra bed available (and bathroom with a shower).
2 rooms with a double bed (and bathroom with a shower).
2 rooms with a double bed (and bathroom with a shower).
Reading room with TV, table with chairs and a sofa.

Services at the holiday home

We have taken care of everything for you to have a perfect accommodation… We want all our guests to feel at home, or even better!

  • CHECK-IN: from 1 pm until midnight.
  • CHECK-OUT: from 7:30 am to 12 pm.
  • SMOKERS: non-smokers.
  • PETS: we are sorry, but we do not accept pets.


In front of the holiday home there is an ATM and parking, around the church.

On the first floor of this holiday home:


Common living room.
Dining room with a wood fireplace.
TV and board games.
Free Wi-Fi internet.
Shared kitchen.

On the second floor:


Iron and ironing board.
Wood fireplace.
Fridge, dishwasher, oven, ceramic hob, microwave oven, coffee maker, toaster, washing machine, dryer, dishes, etc.
Pellet heating.

Leisure and services for families with children:


TV in two common areas.
Board games and other games for children.
Books to enjoy some reading time.


Land of wines, good people and places to discover

People come to La Rioja to enjoy the beauty of its forests, rivers and mountains, the friendliness of its people, the streets, churches and castles of its villages and our delicious cuisine married with the best wines.
La Rioja is a place to rest, but also to enjoy all kinds of adventures: hiking, mountain biking, skiing, climbing…
In any case, everyone we know that has once discovered La Rioja… wants to visit us again!

Grañón, in the middle of Rioja Alta

Our accommodation is located in Grañón, a charming town in La Rioja, right on the Camino de Santiago and very close to the beautiful city of Santo Domingo de la Calzada.

What to see in Grañón?

Church: San Juan Bautista (altarpiece made by a disciple of Damián Forment, 15th and 16th centuries).

800 years old baptismal font (Romanesque).

Hermitage of the Jews.

Hermitage of Carrasquedo.

Pinsapo (Spanish fir tree, a singular tree) and its paradise-like environment at 1.2 km.

Services available in Grañón:

Supermarket, bakery-pastry-grill.

Sindicato Bar, La Concha Café, My Way Bar, Barbackana, Ermita de Carrasquedo restaurant & bar.

Grañón also has a Centro de Salud (public health centre), a chemist’s, swimming pools and a pelota court.

Also, from Grañón you will be able to…


  • Visit wineries: Haro, the capital of Rioja Wine, is one step away and has some of the oldest and most renowned wineries in La Rioja Alta.
  • Visit Briones, its square and the Vivancos Wine Museum.
  • Skiing and / or visit a charming village in the mountains: Ezcaray, with the Valdezcaray ski resort.
  • See one of the best examples of Cister Monastery: Cañas.
  • Get to know the Yuso and Suso Monasteries in San Millán de la Cogolla, a World Heritage Site and the origin of the Spanish language.
  • Go to Santo Domingo de la Calzada, visit its Cathedral with the rooster and the chicken.
  • Eat like kings: near Cañas, there is a small town called Cañillas del Río Tuerto and there is a special place there, named La Cueva del Chato.
  • Visit a unique historical complex and one of the best wine areas in La Rioja: San Vicente de la Sonsierra.
  • Go to one of the most beautiful villages in Spain: Sajazarra, and from there 5 minutes up to Cellorigo, there are incredible views of the entire valley!
  • Take a slightly longer excursion: the Monastery of Valvanera (1 hour by car), with its beautiful Romanesque virgin, in a natural enclave of great beauty; Sierra de la Demanda.

And much more… Everyone comes back again to La Rioja!

San Millán de la Cogolla: Yuso and Suso Monasteries


About 25 km from our accommodation in Grañón are the monasteries of Yuso and Suso, in San Millán de la Cogolla: place of birth of both Castilian and Euskera languages.

In its walls the oldest manuscripts of both languages are kept:

Suso, “the one above”, was built in the 6th century and successively extended until the 10th century, thus having Visigothic, Mozarabic and Romanesque styles.

Yuso, “the one below”, was built to expand the old monastery in the 11th century and was rebuilt between the 16th and 18th centuries. The Library and the Archive are remarkable, with more than 10.000 books… some of them really unique.


It’s highly advisable to reserve your ticket beforehand.

Santo Domingo de la Calzada


Santo Domingo de la Calzada is just 6 km from our accommodation, one of the gems of Camino de Santiago. The city grows around the Pilgrims Hospital founded by the Saint in the 11th and 12th centuries.

What to visit in Santo Domingo de la Calzada:

  • The Cathedral: the altarpiece of Damián Forment, the crypt, the cloister, the sepulcher of the Saint and… the chicken coop!
  • Bernardas Church, with a beautiful main altarpiece.
  • The walls.
  • Plaza de España and the Town Hall, building from the 18th century.
  • The old Pilgrims Hospital, nowadays a Parador de Turismo.
  • And, if you go in December: its medieval market!



Nájera is a friendly city, capital of the former homonymous kingdom, with a lively culture, gastronomy and historical greatness that are reflected in its architectural richness.

One of the points of interest in Nájera is the Monastery of Santa María La Real: unique and spectacular. It was built in the 11th century around a cave where King García de Nájera arrived through the forest while looking for his falcon. The cave is still there and, at its doors, there is the mausoleum of the kings and infants of Nájera and Navarra, worth visiting.


We also recommend:

– La Santa Cruz Royal Chapel and Parish.

– Santa Elena Convent.

– Najerillense Archaeological Museum.

C/ Santiago n°17
26259 Grañon
La Rioja
Tel.- 690 21 41 91

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